New Jersey Fentanyl Addiction Treatments
Fentanyl Rehab in New Jersey
Fentanyl is an extremely dangerous opioid that has been directly linked to thousands of deaths in the last few years. Just 3 milligrams of fentanyl can cause a fatal overdose in the average person.
If you are addicted to fentanyl, then please find a way to fight it today.
SOBA New Jersey proudly offers a variety of personalized fentanyl addiction treatment options. Not only are we here to make sure you get the care and guidance you need, but we also offer genuine moral support. When you are with us to fight your addiction, you can rest a bit easier in knowing that people who care about your health and happiness are never far.
Fentanyl comes in a variety of forms including:
- Transdermal skin patches
- Lollipops (Actiq)
- Sublingual fentanyl
- Fentanyl injection (Sublimaze)
- Fentanyl citrate syrup (that is sometimes combined with other ingredients to develop a various types of illicit fentanyl)
Please call us at (888) 229-7989 or contact us online as soon as possible to learn more about our fentanyl addiction treatment options in New Jersey.
Health Risks Caused by Fentanyl Use
As mentioned, fentanyl is one of the strongest opioids that is also widely available through illicit channels. It is also often mixed into other drugs without the user knowing, which further increases the risk of an overdose.
Fentanyl overdose will usually cause the following symptoms:
- Sudden dizziness and confusion
- Nausea and vomiting
- Contracted pupils
- Low blood pressure and weak pulse
- Drooping, heavy head
- Blue lips and nails
If someone has taken fentanyl and might be experiencing an overdose, 911 must be called immediately.
Tell the emergency responders that fentanyl is the likely cause of the overdose, so they know to bring Narcan injectables, which can counteract the drug quickly. Please be aware that New Jersey law protects most people from drug crime charges if they seek medical help after using an illegal drug.
Signs of Fentanyl Addiction
Fentanyl causes an extreme and sudden high in most users. They often exhibit signs of malaise and a general lack of awareness of their surroundings and situation. As such, people who use fentanyl have a hard time understanding the effects it has on them, so they do not realize that they have an addiction to it.
You might be addicted to fentanyl if you:
- Have no energy when not on fentanyl
- Feel a constant urge to take more fentanyl
- Suffer newly onset anxious or depressive phases
- Struggle with chronic nausea or constipation
- Spend much of your money on fentanyl
- Put using fentanyl before other responsibilities
How SOBA New Jersey Can Help
Fighting fentanyl addiction is not something that can be taken lightly. The drug is so strong and dangerous that your approach must be intentional and focused. But that does not mean that you have to walk the road of sobriety alone. Come to SOBA New Jersey and discover just what you can do with true support underneath you.
We offer a variety of rehab treatment programs, such as:
Our team takes the time to get to know everyone who comes to us for help and support. In this way, we can be confident that the fentanyl addiction treatment plan we make for you is capable of providing real help that will give you a strong chance of gaining sobriety now and for the rest of your life.
Please SOBA New Jersey at (888) 229-7989 today, so we can talk about your recovery plan.
At times, you can feel lost and confused when struggling with addiction or mental health. Our team understands what you are going through and works with you to reclaim the life you deserve.