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Fentanyl is a powerful prescription painkiller that is usually prescribed to individuals who suffer from terminal illness such as cancer. This medication is highly addictive and often abused by those who have not been legitimately prescribed the drug. As a result, there has been an increased need in recent years for treatment facilities that can provide ease of access to support and care for those suffering from fentanyl addiction.

If you or someone you love needs help overcoming an addiction to Fentanyl, call our helpline for immediate assistance. There is no obligation when you call, but we can assist you in finding a rehab center that will offer supportive care for your needs.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Fentanyl Rehab

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You can choose between inpatient and outpatient Fentanyl treatment.

The first major decision you will make is whether you should go to inpatient or outpatient treatment. There are many similarities between these two types of treatment including:

  • Both offer counseling and therapy.
  • Both can provide access to medical care.
  • Both can provide support services.
  • Both offer relapse prevention methods.

However, inpatient treatment is usually the most effective first choice for those who suffer from Fentanyl addiction because these programs offer around-the-clock support in a controlled environment in which access to drugs or alcohol is strictly prohibited. Residential rehab centers generally provide a higher level of patient care and support in a 24-hour facility than can the less invasive outpatient treatment program.

Why Choose Inpatient?

Inpatient treatment for fentanyl addiction is the ideal choice because:

  • Residential rehab removes you from the environment in which drug use has become second nature.
  • Residential rehab prevents access to drugs or alcohol.
  • Residential rehab provides around-the-clock support and medical care to ensure patient safety.
  • Residential rehab provides support from peers and others who are in recovery just like you.
  • Residential rehab provides ease of access to treatment without interruption.

When you enter a residential treatment program, you can focus all of your time on recovery without interruption. For many recovery addicts, the mere ability to shift focus away from drug use and onto something positive can work wonders in helping to instill sobriety and healing.

How Long Will Treatment Take?

Fentanyl is a powerful opiate that, when abused, can cause significant withdrawal effects for the user when he or she tries to quit. The amount of time that it takes for an individual to overcome addiction and heal will depend on a variety of different factors. Your past history of drug use, whether you are addicted to more than one drug, and whether there are any instances of mental or physical illness can all play a role in whether you require additional time in treatment.

Most fentanyl treatment programs provide at least 30 days of treatment and many offer long-term care that includes 6-months or more of support and counseling. If you or someone you love needs help finding a rehab center that will show you the way to recovery, call our helpline toll-free for assistance.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by a licensed drug and alcohol rehab facility, a paid advertiser on

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