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The Therápia Difference
Heroin is an incredibly addictive illegal drug. Dependent heroin users typically exhibit debilitating obsessive drug-seeking behaviors, among other self-destructive habits. Symptoms of a heroin addict include, though are not limited to hygiene issues, stealing or imprudently borrowing money, change in academic or professional performance, lack of conscience, and general hostility.
Effects of Heroin Abuse
The physical effects of heroin use can be very serious and sometimes fatal if left untreated. Common physical symptoms include sudden and extreme weight loss, bruises and infections from needle injection, and malnutrition. Heroin abuse can also cause itching, cold sweats, scabs or bruises as a result of picking at the skin, gum inflammation, tooth decay, increased fatigue, and reduced sexual capacity. It has even been linked to muscular weakness, partial paralysis, respiratory illnesses, and coma.
Mentally, chronic heroin abuse can cause disorientation, hallucinations, paranoia, anxiety, apathy, mood swings, and high irritability. It has also been known to cause depression, introversion, and decreased intellectual performance.
Despite heroin’s highly addictive properties, and the lifestyle and health dangers that come with it, help is available for those who struggle with heroin addiction. The key for any heroin addict in treatment is patience. Recovery is a process that starts with a desire to get sober, and takes a great deal personal commitment, effort and time. Every addict on the road to recovery faces a variety of unique challenges, but addiction can always be overcome with proper help.
Therápia is a residential treatment center focused on addiction recovery. Our safe, secure process of recovery begins with heroin drug rehab in beautiful Southern Utah, where our staff facilitates an end to the behaviors that fuel addictive practices. At Therápia, our clients find a safe and secure place to begin the process of recovery. Individual heroin rehab combined with group and experiential therapy help to develop new ways of thinking and new behaviors that move the addict away from drug dependency.
We believe in the principles of the 12 Steps, integrating honesty, personal accountability, reliance on a higher power and service to others as the foundation of our program. We effectively integrate a wide variety of methods into the 12 step process, including cognitive and behavioral techniques, defense mechanism identification, therapeutic community, relapse prevention, case management, experiential and equine therapy, and family social work. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to successful recover from addiction, but surrounding the individual with the principles of the 12 Step process, the right tools, and the right support can greatly enhance their odds of success.
Real Stories of Recovery
"Therapia for Women saved my life. I walked into those doors scared, addicted, and ready to end my life. I had lost everything due to my addiction and...
"I had come to a place of complete darkness and hopelessness in my life - if I had waited any longer to get help I don't think I would be alive today. The transformation I made in those two months is truly astonishing to me. With the help of the staff and other clients I was able to completely change my life...
"I am a 39 year old man who had lost everything that mattered in life - wives, children, a lucrative business, family and friends. I had given up on life and had decided I was a hopeless case. After trying to end it all one night I decided I needed help or I was going to die or end up in jail for a very long time. I luckily found Therápia...
"First, I wanted to thank you for all you have done for Jeff, our family, and the amazing Band of Brothers. In 20+ years, I don't think I've met a person who could get through to Jeff the way that you have. Yes, you had a captive (no pun intended) audience with him, but, per his own words, 'If it hadn't been Davee...
"I started using drugs and alcohol when I was seventeen. It all started with alcohol and marijuana on the weekends. By age eighteen I had moved on to pain pills, shortly after I was a full blown heroin addict. I knew I needed to stop and could see my life going down the drain. Scholarships to college were lost...