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Addiction is a chronic disease – not a personal failure. We help people beat the disease of heroin, opioid and alcohol addiction with dignity.

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Knowing that ARC is the best substance abuse treatment center in the country provides assurance that you will receive the help and compassion you need to begin the road to wellness. Our philosophy stresses community and treating the entire person; mind, body and soul. We provide a comprehensive approach whereby our exclusive development of MAT + is a staple for addressing addiction.

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STRUGGLING WITH ADDICTION?

You are not alone. Individuals must address core underlying issues and the root causes of why they abuse substances and continue addictive behavior. Drugs, alcohol and addictive behavior are not the problem, they have become the solution. An individual must address the problem…Avoidance of emotional pain.

ARC provides the tools for an individual to address issues that keep them from attaining wellness. Issues such as trauma, abuse, abandonment and lack of secure attachment are all pieces of the puzzle in the process of addressing the struggle with addiction.

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DRUGS AND
SUBSTANCES

ARC’S development of MAT+, whereby medication assisted treatment is combined with traditional treatment, allows an individual to dramatically reduce cravings and remain drug free long enough to begin addressing core underlying issues. We understand that replacement medication is not the long-term solution, but rather, a means of allowing an individual the time to begin on the road to recovery without severe withdrawal sickness.

Most Common Drug Addictions

Substance abuse and addiction is a widespread problem in United States. A recent survey conducted by National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed that the abuse of marijuana and prescription medications is alarmingly high among American teenagers. The commonly abused illicit substances are heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. Prescription painkillers such as opioids, stimulators such as amphetamines and depressants such as benzodiazepines are also widely abused in United States.

Heroin Addiction Information

Heroine is amongst the most dangerous and highly addictive illicit substances. It is an opiate since it is derived from morphine which is extracted from opium poppy plant. The addictive potential of heroin is extremely high and one in four people who take heroin end up becoming addicted to it. Heroin comes in different forms and colors and can be abused in a number of ways such as snorting, injecting, and smoking. The white, fine powdered form is the purest form of heroin. Brown or black powdered heroin is a less pure form and it is colored due to presence of additives. Black tar heroin is the most adulterated form of heroin. If its use is prolonged, the addiction develops quickly and the addict fails to give up on drug even after trying. Once the addiction develops, it is important to seek treatment for it.

Heroin Addiction Information
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SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS

Heroin is a central nervous system stimulant so upon consumption, it increases the energy and alertness. Long term use of heroin is associated with deleterious effects such as liver and kidney diseases and even coma and death.

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WITHDRAWAL AND DETOX

Withdrawal and detoxification are extremely uncomfortable and dangerous processes. Some common symptoms of heroin withdrawal include panic attacks, aggressions, shivers, sweating, cramps and even death if these symptoms are left untreated.

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TREATMENT AND REHAB

There are multiple treatment options available to heroin addicts such as inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization etc. It is important to assess the condition of the patient to devise a treatment program that would work for him.

Cocaine Addiction Information

Cocaine is amongst the most notorious addictive substances in the world. Its glamorization as a high end party drug has led a major number of American youngsters towards its use, abuse and eventually addiction. The extreme euphoria produced by the drug motivates the user to keep taking the drug despite the harmful effects produced by it. Inability to cut down or stop the consumption of cocaine may serve as one of the earliest signs of addiction. Cocaine is a central nervous system stimulant which means it speeds up the mental activities; as a result the user feels happy, energetic and elated. Commonly, cocaine is available as white powdered form which can be snorted, smoked or injected. Crack cocaine is a cheaper derivative of cocaine that is smoked. Some common street names given to cocaine include coke, snow, powder, white, baseball and flake.

Cocaine Addiction Information
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SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS

Being a stimulant, cocaine elevates user’s mood and energy levels. Some of the common effects experienced by cocaine use include over-excitement, overconfidence, loss of appetite and increased wakefulness. Prolonged use of cocaine has been known to cause hazardous effects such as seizures, high blood pressure, coma or even death.

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WITHDRAWAL AND DETOX

The process of detoxification of the body starts as soon as the drug is quit. It is highly recommended to seek professional help throughout the process since withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous, even deadly. Some common cocaine withdrawal symptoms include agitation, anxiety, fatigue, nausea, restlessness, depression and suicidal tendencies.

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TREATMENT AND REHAB

Cocaine addiction can be hard to recover from but it is possible especially, when professional help is sought. A number of treatment options are available to cocaine addicts such as inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab and partial hospitalization program combined with use of medications and alternative therapies.

Painkiller addiction information

There are a number of narcotic painkillers prescribed throughout the United States for the management of moderate to severe pain. Narcotic painkillers can be highly addictive when used for extended periods of time. Some commonly used addictive painkillers include Codeine, Darvon, Dilaudid, Demerol, Morphine, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, methadone and Tramadol. A large number of painkiller addicts starts taking the drug for therapeutic purposes but ends up becoming addicted to it. The addiction to prescription medications is becoming an alarming issue in United States. Statistics show that about 7% of the people who take opiate/opioid painkillers become addicted to them. Development of tolerance or the usage of drug without any medical need are among the earliest signs of addiction. Unlike popular belief, addiction to prescription medicines can be just as damaging as to any other illicit substance.

Painkiller addiction information
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SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS

Addiction to prescription medications can be hard to detect since the patient thinks he is taking it for therapeutic purposes. However, behaviors like taking the drug in amounts more than prescribed or taking the drug more frequently than prescribed can serve as red flags to pinpoint an addiction.

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WITHDRAWAL AND DETOX

Detoxification process starts as soon as the drug is withdrawn. The process can be highly unpleasant and even dangerous if carried out at home. Specialized detox centers can help ease the process by providing the much needed medical care and counseling. Some common symptoms of withdrawal include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and excessive sweating.

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TREATMENT AND REHAB

Inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab or partial hospitalization programs combined with medications and alternative therapies can be immensely helpful to recover from opiate/opioid addiction. If a loved one is abusing painkillers, it is important to get them the help they need.

Marijuana addiction information

After alcohol, marijuana is the most widely used and abused substance in United States. The active ingredient in marijuana is tetrahydrocannabinol or THC which produces feelings of happiness, euphoria, and decreased anxiety upon consumption. Unlike popular belief, marijuana can be addictive and highly damaging to health. It stimulates the production of dopamine and with long term use; the brain fails to produce required amounts of dopamine without the drug, which results into excessive carvings and the appearance of withdrawal symptoms. Because of its harmful effects, a large number of addicts (about 15%) willingly choose a rehab program. Marijuana also serves as a gateway drug and can lead to the usage of even more harmful drugs such as cocaine or meth. A number of street names are given to marijuana such as weed, pot, Mary Jane, hash, ganja, herb and bud.

Marijuana Addiction Information
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SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS

There are a number of physical, psychological and behavioral signs and symptoms associated with marijuana abuse and addiction. Prolonged use of marijuana has been known to cause memory and learning deficit. A marijuana overdose, though not fatal, can cause extreme anxiety and hallucinations.

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WITHDRAWAL AND DETOX

A number of withdrawal symptoms are associated with marijuana abuse such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, loss of appetite, mood swings and irritability. The longer the duration of marijuana abuse, the greater will be the intensity of withdrawal symptoms. Specialized detox centers can help ease the process to ensure a successful recovery.

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TREATMENT AND REHAB

After successfully going through detoxification, marijuana addicts can be subjected to further treatment. There are multiple treatment options available such as inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab and partial hospitalization program. The patient is evaluated for his physical and mental state and a treatment program is devised accordingly.

Meth addiction information

Methamphetamine is a highly addictive substance with millions of users throughout the United States. A number of addicts have reported becoming addicted to it just after a few uses. It is a cheaper and easily available alternative to cocaine with even more potent effects. Meth is a central nervous system stimulant which releases three times the amount of dopamine released by cocaine, which renders it an even more addictive and harmful drug. The sudden ‘rush’ produced by the drug is followed by a crash to avoid which, many users keep taking the drug. Illegally, meth is usually sold as a white, crystalline powder which is either snorted or injected. The effects like elation, alertness and hyperactivity usually last for 30 minutes. Inability to quit the drug use even after trying is a definite sign of addiction.

Meth Addiction Information
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SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS

Meth addiction is extremely damaging to physical, mental and behavioral health of the user. The immediate effects of meth include elevated heart rate, anxiety, hallucinations, and confusion. Long term effects of the drug can be even more dangerous. It has been known to cause heart diseases, tooth decay, cognitive and memory impairment.

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WITHDRAWAL AND DETOX

Meth addiction can be extremely difficult to give up because of painful withdrawal symptoms appearing. Some common symptoms of meth withdrawal include hallucinations, paranoia, agitation, loss of motivation and suicidal tendencies. Meth withdrawal can even be deadly if performed at home. Professional supervision can help ease the process.

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TREATMENT AND REHAB

Meth addiction treatment is an extensive process which involves inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab or partial hospitalization program combined with therapy, medications and diagnosis of co-occurring disorders. Evaluating the condition of the patient is important before devising a recovery program. Call us for a free consultation today.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is the most widely used and abuse substance in United States and consequently, there are a large number of alcoholics. Alcoholism is a dangerous disease since it not only affects your health but also your career and personal relationships. As per statistics, over 17 million Americans are dealing with an alcohol problem. Alcohol stimulates the production of dopamine and endorphins which produce pleasurable effects and resultantly, the user keeps going back to its use.

Treatment for alcohol addiction

Treatment for alcohol addiction

Depending upon the physical and mental state of the patient; inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab or partial hospitalization program can be chosen for the treatment.

Withdrawal from alcohol

Withdrawal, followed by detoxification, can be a painful experience. Some dangerous alcohol withdrawal symptoms may include anxiety, tremors, loss of appetite and seizures.

Withdrawal from Alcohol
Abuse of Alcohol

Addiction and abuse of alcohol

Abuse/addiction of alcohol has been known to cause numerous physical and psychological issues. Alcoholics have reported experiencing depression, disorientation, loss of coordination and memory loss.

Signs of alcoholism

Multiple behavioral signs can be noticed in alcoholics such as disinterest in hobbies, declined performance at school/office, inability to fulfill important responsibilities and more.

Signs of Alcoholism

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ARC is the top addiction treatment facility in the country given our unique approach to treating addiction. MAT+ is a revolutionary approach that provides medication assisted treatment combined with traditional treatment. We are the best because our number one priority is helping individuals attain wellness. Wellness first, finances second.