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Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Orange County

Fentanyl addiction is extremely serious, and it’ll take more than a successful detox to curb the addiction. It will take months of professional help, the discovery of the addiction’s root cause, and a lifetime of support for individuals to recover. When choosing a treatment center, you’re deciding you or your loved ones’ success. Treatment should not only help you find sobriety, but help you maintain it. For that, Recovery Beach is the best fentanyl addiction treatment center in Orange County.

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Empowering Residents to Sobriety Through Fentanyl Rehab

Recovery Beach utilizes a dual diagnosis approach that works to identify the root cause of addiction. In combination, we equip patients with the tools they’ll need post-rehab and teach them how to use them. But, that’s not all. We offer programs for every step of recovery from residential inpatient rehab to outpatient rehab. Furthermore, we offer intervention programs and detoxification. While our facility is scenic and luxurious, our core treatment approach is holistic and simple.

At Recovery Beach, we focus on the individual, doing whatever it takes to understand their needs. In today’s world, many rehab facilities focus on efficiency, and while that’s important, it’s not the best approach to long term recovery. Every individual has traveled their own path to get where they are and their needs will differ. Our team will work with patients to create personalized treatment plans to foster long-term recovery.  To ensure safety and success, Recovery Beach staff highly trained medical professionals that are compassionate, smart, and dedicated to what they do.

Programs at Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center:


Detox is typically the first step in the addiction treatment process. Learn more about our safe & comfortable drug & alcohol detox in Orange County and how we can help.

Residential Inpatient

Our residential inpatient drug & alcohol rehab in Orange County is an evidenced-based program that dedicated to your lasting recovery.


Many of those who struggle with substance abuse also struggle with a co-occurring mental illness that must be treated in order to achieve long-term success in recovery.


Our intervention specialists can help you make a plan for holding a successful drug intervention and plan the addiction treatment process after an intervention occurs.


Designed to help individuals who have already started their recovery process and continue receiving the medical help they need while transitioning back to regular life.

All Programs

With a number of treatment approaches to help each individual on their journey to recovery, our addiction treatment facility has a program for you.

Your Journey of Recovery Begins Now

When you or a loved one makes a commitment to go to drug and alcohol treatment Center, the feelings can be overwhelming for the individual and family. At Recovery Beach, we are committed to building rapport as soon as we make contact and work diligently to build a treatment case that is measurable and can be attained.

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Fentanyl Rehab & Treatment Recovery Starts Here

To recover from fentanyl, users will need to detox and undergo professional treatment. Medications will be used during treatment to keep patients comfortable and focused as they go through withdrawals. Fentanyl is highly addictive so users must be placed in a healthy atmosphere with medical supervision in order to recover. You may want so badly to help your loved one, and at times, you may think you’re making progress. But, trust us when we say the best thing you can do is get them professional help. Otherwise, the cycle of addiction will be never-ending. For sustainable recovery, contact Recovery Beach in Orange County.

Extra Resources for Fentanyl Addiction

If you or your loved one are suffering from fentanyl abuse, seek help immediately. Thankfully, there are free resources available such as the SAMHSA helpline noted below. Even some of the best treatment facilities offer treatment up to 100% free, depending on insurance coverage. Here’s more detail on available resources for individuals struggling with fentanyl addiction:

Call SAMHSA’s national helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357): The SAMHSA helpline is free, confidential, and open 24/7 365 days a year. There’s no better time to pick up the phone and call the helpline whether you’re an addict or you’re trying to help one. The SAMHSA National Helpline can refer you to local resources such as treatment, support groups, community-based organizations, and more. Help is available in English or Spanish.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

"I had an amazing experience with Mayra the Clinical Director. She truly cares and took time out to work with me .I cannot express how good she is at what she does ! Thank you Mayra and the WJW team for all the love and compassion may God Bless you all always."

Justin C.

"The owner and staff are amazing and truly care about their clients. I went through the program and they believed in me when I didn't believe in myself. I highly recommend WJW to anybody wanting to have a life changing experience. God bless all of you ❤️"

Taylor S.

"Recovery Beach treatment center changed my life, I came in there a broken soul but came out with purpose and direction the staff there were one of a kind they treated me with nothing but love ,kindness and understanding."

Lindsey P.

    We Believe in You - No Matter What.

    We offer everything you need in order to find long-term, sustainable recovery from substance abuse. From detox and inpatient options, to outpatient and aftercare planning we can help. Contact us today to learn more about our facilities and our programs. Regardless if you come to Recovery Beach or not, we will make sure you get the help you need – no matter what.

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    Understanding Fentanyl

    Fentanyl is a potent prescription drug that’s also made illegally. Both legal and illegal forms of fentanyl can be addictive causing addiction or dependence, and leaving users in need of fentanyl rehab. Fentanyl is part of the opioid family and produces effects such as euphoria and relaxation.

    Originally created to provide pain relief for cancer patients, fentanyl and other opioids are highly abused causing death, crime, destruction, and other harm. To put into perspective just how potent fentanyl is, it’s 50-100 times stronger than morphine. Fentanyl is added to heroin to make it more potent and more dangerous too. There have been several reports of users believing they’re purchasing and using heroin, but they’re actually using fentanyl resulting in overdose. If you or your loved one is suffering from fentanyl addiction, seek treatment immediately.

    Fentanyl addiction is not one that can be treated without medical attention. Treatment should start with an assessment and medically supervised detox to ensure the safety of the user and the success of their recovery. Rather than searching for “fentanyl rehab near me,” just keep reading. We’ll help you understand how to get the best fentanyl treatment and save the life of you or a loved one.

    Is fentanyl physically or psychologically addictive?

    Fentanyl is psychologically and physically addictive. Physical addictions involve chemical levels and chemistry in the brain, as do psychological addictions. When it comes to detoxing, physical and psychological dependence will surface with different withdrawal symptoms. Some of the most common physical withdrawal symptoms are depression, anger, lack of sleep, and seizures. Some of the most common psychological withdrawal symptoms include the feelings of not being capable of stopping drug usage, abusing drugs even when health issues are present (there’s truly nothing more important to the user – and that’s out of their control), obsessing over the drug, and using fentanyl to cope with problems (big and small – it’s the answer for everything). With that being said, you can start to see why an individual cannot safely or physically stop using fentanyl on their own. There’s no “cold turkey” for getting off a drug this strong. Professional medical treatment is needed.

    What are the signs of fentanyl addiction?

    While some addicts may eventually become very open about their addiction (because they simply can’t hide it anymore), there are some signs that can help you identify addiction. If you suspect a loved one is addicted to fentanyl or misusing it, try to offer them a safe space to share what’s going on. While you may be tempted to ignore the signs, that’s not healthy for either of you, as addiction can impact the entire family and close friends. As you make conversation with them it’s important to remember they are sick and may be in denial about their addiction. If they are too far into their addiction, not even the realization that they have a problem will motivate them to get help – so be prepared to put in the work to help them get to treatment. We’ve broken the signs and symptoms down into 4 categories; behavioral, physical, cognitive, and psychosocial. 

    Behavioral signs:

    • Missing school, work, or other important events
    • Lack of care for hygiene, daily responsibilities, and life
    • Spending more and more time recovering and using fentanyl
    • Smoking cigarettes
    • Slurred speech
    • Stealing prescriptions or forging them
    • Declined performance at school or work (may come before not showing up at all)
    • Lack of patience/easily agitated

    Physical signs:

    • Drowsiness (you may notice them going in and out of consciousness)
    • Insomnia
    • Constricted pupils 
    • Psychomotor agitation

    Cognitive signs:

    • Short attention span
    • Cravings for fentanyl or drug of choice
    • Impaired memory
    • Impaired judgment

    Psychosocial signs: 

    • Depression
    • Euphoria
    • Loss of interest in things they once were interested in

    What are the effects of fentanyl addiction?

    Fentanyl addiction can have physical and mental effects on the body and brain. Similar to other opioid drugs, fentanyl binds to the body’s opioid receptors which are found in the brain and control pain and emotion. The more a person uses fentanyl, the more the body will adjust to having it in the system. As a result, they will need to increase the dose more and more to feel the effects, which can be extremely dangerous. Oftentimes, fentanyl users overdose. . . more than once or twice. Eventually, the drug will take over their life, and no matter how close to death they get, they will need help to get off the drug. Some effects of fentanyl include extreme happiness, confusion, unconsciousness and drowsiness.

    What types of rehab available for fentanyl addiction?

    As we’ve discussed, fentanyl is an extremely potent opioid that will be hard to wean the body off of. To safely detox a user, other medications can be used. Eventually, the need for other medications will dissipate, but during detox they will likely be necessary to keep the individual comfortable, safe, and most importantly, in treatment. The following medicines can be used in treatment because they interact with the same opioid receptors as fentanyl but do not produce the same effects: Methadone, Buprenorphine, and Naltrexone.

    These medications will not facilitate recovery, yet they will just help a person more safely and comfortably detox from the drugs. Full treatment should include personalized treatment plans that include therapy, sober living, support groups, hobbies, and more. Even though individuals in treatment are being given medications to promote sobriety, it’s not always enough to keep them sober. Patients may become irritated and want to flea treatment. Ultimately, if they’re an adult, they can’t be held captive. Therefore, it’s extremely important to combine all the right treatment methods to ensure patients stay in treatment and find the road to recovery they want to travel.

    Restart Your Life at Recovery Beach in Orange County, California

    If you are looking for addiction treatment in Orange County, Recovery Beach may have the solution you are looking for. Our addiction treatment facility in Orange County is equipped with numerous treatment plans, comprehensive medical care, and holistic approaches to ensure your road to recovery is customized and fitted to your needs. 

    Give Recovery beach a call today to learn more about our addiction treatment programs in Orange County.

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    A Fentanyl Rehab Near You That Accepts Most Insurance Providers

    From the cost to the commitment, treatment can be scary – no matter how desperately one needs it. Rest assured that treatment centers such as Recovery Beach happily work with insurance providers to offset the cost. At Recovery Beach, treatment can be up to 100% free and you can check your coverage online, here. It’s so important to choose a treatment center that truly wants to treat the individual, not just temporarily mask the addiction with other drugs. Holistic treatment requires more work and expertise but is truly the key to sustainable recovery. Recovery Beach proudly delivers holistic treatment to every patient.

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