PCP Treatment and Rehab

Many specialists believe that Phencyclidine (PCP) is arguably one of the most dangerous drugs to abuse. The drug was originally created to be used as an intravenous anaesthetic, but was eventually declared to be a substance with no accepted medicinal benefits after patients suffered from delirium and hallucinations. Because PCP is a synthetic dissociative drug, it can lead to out-of-body experiences or make you feel detached from yourself once taken. It can also influence your sensory perceptions.

PCP is a fast-acting psychoactive drug that is frequently abused by many users in the UK and other parts of the world. Lots of people aren’t aware that using PCP can actually lead to extremely unpleasant short and long-term consequences. Aside from the dangers of abusing PCP itself, most batches of the drug sold on the street often do not have a defined dose or contain other dangerous compounds.

Even though the sale and purchase of PCP is illegal, there’s been no slowdown in its illicit use over the years. Abusers of the drug can either purchase it in liquid, capsule, crystal, or tablet form. Regardless the form in which it’s abused, PCP is dangerous and the fleeting ‘high’ it provides is definitely not worth the risk. What makes PCP even more dangerous as a recreational drug is how easy it is to become addicted.

If you suspect that you are addicted to PCP or that someone you know has developed an unhealthy interest in the substance, contact us at Addiction Helper today. We are friendly experts who can offer a quiet and safe environment, where recovery and rehabilitation from PCP addiction can be provided. We can also arrange for support groups and counselling sessions to best suit your particular circumstances. Whatever your case may be, reach out to us on 0800 915 9402 to get all the help and support you need.

What Is PCP?

PCP first came to public attention in the 1950s as a medical drug which was to be used as an anaesthetic for surgical procedures. However, it didn’t take long for the drug to be dropped from clinical use once it was noticed that the side effects far outweighed its benefits.

The chemical composition of PCP (or Phencyclidine) makes it a hallucinogenic drug that possesses anaesthetic, stimulant, as well as sedative properties. As a hallucinogenic drug, PCP can alter your mind once used and distort your perception of reality. It’s strongly advised that you never experiment with PCP has the effects of the substance on the human psychology can be highly unpredictable and lead to a wide range of physiological and mental side effects.

PCP that’s sold on the streets comes in a variety of forms, ranging from liquid to tablets. The drug can be smoked, snorted, ingested, or even injected. People who often abuse the drug tend to be ‘polydrug’ users, who combine PCP with other stimulants such as marijuana, methamphetamines, or MDMA.

Some of the more common street names PCP is commonly known by include: Angel Dust, Black Dust, Cliffhanger, Crystal T, Dipper, Goon Dust, Happy Sticks, Lethal Weapon, Magic Dust, Peace Pill, Peter Pan, Rocket Fuel, Shermans, Tic Tac, Wack, and Zoom.

Regardless how innocuous a street name might sound, PCP is a dangerous and highly addictive substance. Its fleeting high might be enjoyable, but its damage to your body can be extensive and long-standing. If you would like help with breaking free from PCP addiction, call our hotline today. We are available round-the-clock and can provide you the help you need as fast you need it.

Is PCP addictive?

PCP is highly addictive and can lead to substance dependence after abusing it continuously for even a short period of time. If you use PCP regularly, it won’t be long before you begin experiencing cravings for more and believe you can’t function without using the drug.

Also, abusing PCP continuously for a period of time can lead to you developing a physical tolerance for the drug. This will lead to you using an increasingly higher dose as more time passes, with the aim of attaining the desired high. An increase in PCP dosage can eventually lead to a fatal drug overdose.

Once you’ve become addicted to the drug, withdrawal symptoms can set in if you haven’t taken it in a while. Some of the most commonly witnessed addiction withdrawal symptoms for PCP are feelings of fear and anxiety, irritability or agitation, as well as muscle twitching. You might also experience any or all of the following:

  • Headaches
  • Sweating
  • Increased body temperature
  • Seizures
  • Cravings

The best way to break free of any substance addiction is through a medically assisted detox, which we can help arrange. You can call us for a free assessment today to speak to a licensed professional counsellor. We are available all day and all week to take your call, so don’t hesitate to ring us any time you are ready to be rid of PCP addiction.

Warning Signs, Dangers and Symptoms of PCP Addiction

PCP is a dangerously addictive drug that’s commonly abused by adults and adolescents alike, though its usage isn’t restricted to the UK alone. According to a 2014 report by Monitoring the Future (MTF), young adults are most likely to abuse PCP, with more than 0.8 percent of 12th graders already having a history of abusing PCP at some point in their life.

The abuse of PCP can cause a variety of short and long-term side-effects. Physical symptoms of abuse can include schizophrenia-like symptoms, sudden mood swings, memory loss, problems thinking, weight loss, vomiting, and highly aggressive behaviour.

When used, the content of PCP affects the neurotransmitter glutamate in your brain that is responsible for how you perceive your surrounding environment and pain.

It also affects the dopamine and serotonin in your brain which are responsible for your feelings of pleasure, mood regulation, behaviour, and so on. PCP abuse can throw all of these out of sync by altering your brain’s reward circuitry and disrupting its natural chemical balance.

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Effects of PCP Abuse

Effects of PCP abuse can vary depending on a number of factors, including potency of the drug being used, your physiology and the ingested dose. Typically, different doses result in different effects such as:

  • A low dose can lead to numbness in the toes and hands, as well as behaviour that closely resembles drunkenness.
  • A moderate dose can lead to partial or full anaesthesia. That is, unable to move your limbs or other parts of the body.
  • High dosage can lead to convulsions and perhaps even death.

A report by the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicated that anxiety symptoms and other mood disturbances were often evident in people admitted to hospitals for PCP related complications. There is also a high risk of suicide and accidental death when it comes to abusing PCP. Injecting or snorting PCP is most likely to cause complications, as it sends the drug directly through the blood brain barrier, which increases the risk of overdose and other side effects.

Mixing PCP with drugs or alcohol will also heighten risk factors, as there’s a chance that the combined substances might have a negative interaction with one another.

Short-Term Effects

Short-term effects of abusing PCP may last anywhere between four to eight hours. If smoked, the effects can be felt within two to five minutes, but if swallowed, effects might not be felt until 30 to 60 minutes afterwards. If injected, the effect is often nearly instantaneous.

The enjoyable, short term effects of PCP that lead to continuous abuse include:

  • Euphoria
  • Feelings of super strength and invulnerability
  • Reduced sensitivity to pain
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On the flipside, negative short term side effects are more diverse and intense. They can include:

  • Agitation
  • Confusion
  • Detachment
  • Elevated heart rate
  • Hallucinations
  • Impaired cognition
  • Impaired learning
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Irregular respiration
  • Lack of coordination
  • Numbness
  • Paranoia
  • Raised body temperature
  • Sedation
  • Slurred speech
  • Sweating
  • Violent behaviour

Long-Term Effects

According to the Drug Abuse Warning Network, in 2010, more than 50,000 people had medical emergencies caused by PCP. While abuse can be dangerous, a PCP overdose can be life-threatening. If you notice any of the following effects long after your last PCP dose, immediately seek professional medical assistance:

  • Catatonic state
  • Hallucinations (auditory and visual)
  • High blood pressure
  • Psychosis
  • Severe lack of coordination

Other long-term effects that can be caused by complications of abusing PCP include:

  • Impaired decision making
  • Liver function abnormalities
  • Memory loss
  • Major depressive disorder
  • Muscle rigidity
  • Anxiety
  • Damage to central nervous system
  • Difficulty thinking
  • Extreme weight loss
  • Flashbacks
  • Psychosis
  • Severe depression
  • Speech problems
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Weight loss
  • Avoiding social situations

A person can experience some or any of these problems for up to a year or more after having completely stopped taking PCP.

Physiological Effects of PCP

The effects of PCP on your physiology can include accelerated breathing, as well as a sudden rise in your blood pressure and pulse. Your respiration can also become shallow, followed by profuse sweating. When you use a high dose of PCP, your blood pressure, pulse rate and respiration can all suddenly drop. This reaction can be accompanied by nausea, blurred vision, flickering eyes, loss of balance and drooling.

What are the Health Risks of Using PCP?

Aside from PCP abuse leading to substance dependence, there are a number of other health risks involved. The danger of the health risks are more pronounced when the use of PCP is combined with the abuse of other drugs. For instance, if mixed with chlorpromazine, it can lead to a drastic drop in blood pressure. Mixing with depressants (such as alcohol or barbiturates) can lead to a more enhanced effect and high dosage is lethal enough to cause life-threatening seizures, coma or even death.

In young abusers, PCP can interfere with the release of hormones that assist growth and development, thus impeding such an individual’s ability to learn.

The abuse of phencyclidine can also lead to a psychological addiction, which will give rise to withdrawal symptoms if you ever choose to stop using the drug. By signing up for a medically assisted detox, you can be provided benzodiazepines to ease the strain and manage the dangers of PCP withdrawal, until your body is clear of all toxins.

Don’t let PCP addiction get the better of you. Get help to become addiction-free by dialling 0800 915 9402. We offer a confidential service that will keep you safe and guarantees full recovery.

Why You Should Seek Treatment for PCP

If you have developed a compulsive PCP habit or know someone who has, professional treatment should be sought in order to help get over substance addiction and avoid the harmful consequences that follow continued usage. Continued abuse of PCP can lead to a variety of unsavoury – as well as harmful –effects, ranging from hallucinations to violent behaviour, shock, drop or sudden rise in blood pressure, coma, and even death.

While there might be no single form of treatment available for the care of PCP addiction, there are ways to tailor treatments to suit the unique needs of every individual. This is why it’s strongly advised you explore the options of round-the-clock care and inpatient or outpatient treatments to find a form of therapy that best suits your unique circumstances. Addiction Helper can help figure out what form of treatment is best for you, as well as which facilities you can trust to effectively deliver the quality of care you need.

Professional medical supervision throughout your detox – until full recovery from substance abuse – is essential, as it is the best way to guarantee your safety, as well as ensure positive long-term effects. The detox process should be medically supervised at a healthcare facility, where you can be properly monitored and managed during the withdrawal process. This is because withdrawal can be accompanied by unsavoury symptoms, which can be quite damaging if not properly taken care of.

You deserve a life that’s free from PCP dependence and we would love nothing more than to help you achieve this. Get quality care today by talking to us at Addiction Helper and begin your journey on the path to recovery.

Do You or Someone You Love Need PCP Treatment?

Have you been experiencing the symptoms of PCP addiction or withdrawal? Do you have a loved one that’s exhibiting such symptoms? If so, we can help you stage an intervention with maximum effect. After a successful intervention, we can privately arrange for you or your loved one to get the medical assistance or treatment you need.

Always remember that the negative effects of PCP addiction don’t affect only you and your future. It also affects the lives of everyone you know and places a strain on your relationships. Rather than damage your relationship with your family and friends, or cause pain to your loved ones, get help with addiction as soon as possible.

The sooner you get treatment for addiction, the better, because the longer you leave abuse and addiction untreated, the more time it will have to cause damage to your life. Contact us today to find out what options are available when getting addiction treatment for you or a loved one.

Treatment for PCP Abuse: Addiction and Rehab

There are a variety of treatments available for PCP abuse that are capable of yielding long-term positive results. The first and a very crucial step in the treatment process is getting you to safely detox from the drug. A medically assisted detox is often recommended, because PCP withdrawal can lead to complicated symptoms such as seizures and powerful cravings. The most effective way to get a medically assisted detox is to be admitted in an inpatient rehab centre, where you are provided a safe and supervised environment for detoxification. Such establishments often prescribe benzodiazepines such as Valium to help manage certain withdrawal symptoms.

Once you’ve passed the withdrawal stage, addiction rehabilitation therapy can begin. You can get this either as part of an outpatient programme or in an inpatient rehab centre. Whichever option you prefer, we can recommend exemplary treatment centres within your vicinity or even overseas.

Some of the commonly used recovery options include 12-step programmes, sober living houses, and continuing therapy. Once rehab is over, aftercare is also essential, as it will provide the necessary skills and support you need to not only make a full recovery, but also avoid scenarios that can lead to a relapse.

Making the decision to check into rehab can be difficult if you are the one suffering from addiction, and it can be just as hard if it’s a loved one you are trying to get treatment for. Whatever the case, we can arrange for a professional interventionist to step in and help, no matter the circumstances. By making use of our expertise, you’re guaranteed of an intervention with maximum effect, as well as treatment that’s best suited to your unique needs. Call us today for a friendly chat on 0800 915 9402 and discover more about how we can help you end the cycle of addiction.

Types of Rehab and Treatment

The type of rehab and treatment that will work best for you is dependent on the severity of your PCP addiction. Some of the treatment options available include:

  • Outpatient Treatment

This option can consist of either individual or group counselling, and can sometimes feature a combination of both. These treatments will be provided on a regular schedule and in certain scenarios, an intensive inpatient treatment programme might be initially required before the addict is transitioned to an outpatient programme.

How much an outpatient programme costs will be dependent on the duration of the treatment, as well as the level of care that will be required. Nonetheless, outpatient treatment often costs less than other more intense types of treatment. However, there’s the downside of it not been as effective as inpatient treatment when it comes to handling complications such as co-occurring mental or behavioural health disorders.

  • Inpatient Treatment

If you or a loved one has a severe drug addiction, an inpatient treatment programme will likely be the best option. It offers an intensive treatment programme and round-the-clock care. Your entire stay will be monitored by experts and your treatment will be amended over the course of your stay to match the stages of your recovery. Length of stay in an inpatient facility can last anywhere between 28 to 30 days or 60 to 90 days. It all depends on the severity of the PC addiction and any disorders it might have caused to your physiology and psychology.

Inpatient programmes often cost more than other forms of treatment. How much it’ll actually cost is dependent on a variety of factors, including the length of your stay, location of the treatment centre, and the sort of amenities offered. Luxury treatment centres in unique locations are often the most expensive.

Regardless your budget or the level of comfort you would prefer during your rehab treatment, let us know at Addiction Helper and we’ll offer you the best options available in your location or anywhere else you might prefer. We can also ensure your admission process is stress-free, so you can start receiving treatment fast.

Types of Therapy for PCP Addiction Treatment

Various outpatient, inpatient, and 12 step programme often apply behavioural therapies in the treatment of PCP addiction. Behavioural therapies are designed to help you modify your behaviour and attitudes toward drug use, as well as aid you in developing new life skills. These skills are ideal in helping you cope effectively and healthily in a life that’s drug-free.

Typical behavioural therapies include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT): This form of therapy is designed to help addicts face their attitudes and behaviours that are borne of drug abuse. It will help you confront and tackle the triggers and patterns in your life that facilitate drug abuse. This will help you avoid relapses in the future, as well as make necessary changes that better assure a continued drug-free life.
  • Motivational interviewing: This therapy works with your readiness to change maladaptive behaviours that are associated with your drug dependence. The therapy is most effective if you are actually willing to participate in the treatment and follow its processes.
  • Contingency management: This therapy utilises positive reinforcement to encourage you to abstain from drug use. The therapy has been found to work best if you have others in your life who are available to encourage you and provide reinforcement.
  • 12-Step programmes: This is a self-help programme that uses social support systems to guide you towards a drug-free lifestyle. It encourages you to complete a variety of recovery steps which will help you maintain sobriety. 12-step programmes are often adequate for people with a less severe PCP addiction. It can also be used as a follow-up to more intense addiction therapy programmes. An example of the 12-step programme is Narcotics Anonymous.
  • Dual diagnosis: This is best suited for people who have a co-occurring mental health disorder alongside their PCP addiction. This can include depression, anxiety or a personality disorder.

PCP Abuse: Treatment Levels and How to detox from PCP

How long you’ve been abusing PCP and the dosage and potency of the substance used will all be factored into the severity of your abuse and its symptoms. By determining the level of your abuse, it will be easier to ascertain what level of treatment will best suit your condition. For instance, if your PCP abuse hasn’t been going on for long and you aren’t suffering from extremely severe symptoms, outpatient treatment can be recommended to care for your needs.

However, in a situation where you’ve been abusing PCP for a long time and are experiencing severe complications from substance dependence, an in-house treatment programme with intensive care might be recommended. With in-house treatment, your condition can be properly monitored and treatment amended to suit your changing needs.

Detoxing after PCP addiction can be difficult and uncomfortable, especially if you try to do it on your own. A home detox kit will only partially care for your physical needs and won’t cater to your psychological needs at all.

Rather than go through hell during detox, you can be admitted into a medically assisted detox programme which will make you as comfortable as possible during the process. Such treatment will also offer care to address your mental health and any medical complications caused by chronic PCP use.

PCP Detox Timeline and Protocol

PCP can remain in your system for about seven days. At the moment, there is no approved medication for PCP detoxification, and how long it takes for withdrawal symptoms to pass, varies from individual to individual. Most physical symptoms of PCP withdrawal can subside within days to weeks, but with proper care, you can recover from PCP addiction with no lasting physical or mental damage.

Because of the likelihood of psychosis and aggression in a person who’s under the influence of PCP, it’s advisable that detox be conducted within a psychiatric inpatient facility. This way, you or your loved one can be protected from harming themselves or others. For patients experiencing psychosis brought on by PCP, antipsychotic medications may be administered or the patient restrained until the effects pass.

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Finding the right Treatment Programme and Best Inpatient PCP Rehab Centre

There are different types of treatment centres and programme available. Each one offers their services differently. Therefore, it’s best if you are admitted into a programme that has the facilities and offers therapy that’s best suited to your condition. To find a treatment programme with the capability to handle your needs, keep the following in mind when considering a facility:

  • What will be the duration of your treatment in the facility?
  • How much will treatment cost?
  • Will your insurance cover it?
  • What are the certifications of the treatment facility as well as its staff
  • Will your family be a part of the treatment and recovery process?
  • Is the treatment facility fully accredited?
  • Does the facility offer drug detoxification?
  • Does the facility offer other forms of treatment and will they follow up on your case once you have completed rehab?
  • Does the facility have enough staff for all its patients?
  • Is the treatment facility reputable and what do people say about it?

At Addiction Helper, we can put you in touch with some of the finest and most reputable addiction treatment centres in your area. We aim to provide everyone a facility that they feel totally comfortable with, because their convenience gives them the opportunity to focus solely on recovery. Dial 0800 915 9402 now to discover what your options are and for expert advice from our specialists concerning which treatment facilities can best care for you.

Residential Treatment Centres vs. Outpatient Services

Drug rehabilitation is most effective when the treatment is tailored to meet the specific needs of a patient. Residential treatment centres offer intensive care by taking you in and supervising every day of your life for the duration of your stay. The treatment centre will dictate your schedules and provide an environment conducive for a full recovery. Based on your progress, specialists will amend your treatment as necessary to ensure you get optimal care at all times. While treatment at residential centres cost more, they are nonetheless best for people who are suffering from severe addiction and who require careful monitoring.

On the other hand, outpatient services offer patients more freedom by giving them the opportunity to come in for treatment and leave to continue with their other routine activities, such as school or work. Outpatient treatment works better for people with a less severe addiction and it also costs less than inpatient services. However, outpatient services may prove ineffective if an addict isn’t wholly committed to recovery, as they might be exposed to factors that can trigger cravings while outside the facility.

If you can’t decide if a residential treatment centre or an outpatient service is best for you, give us a call and we’ll provide all the necessary information required to make a well-informed decision.

Private PCP Rehabs and Confidentiality

PCP addiction can have a damaging effect on your reputation and standing in society. This can be avoided by seeking help with recovery at a private PCP rehab that guarantees complete confidentiality. Such a facility will also keep your records private and ensure no-one has access to them without your authorisation. This way, you can get all the treatment you need with no one being any the wiser. Such treatment can be provided to you or anyone you know who’s currently suffering from PCP addiction. To find a private rehab centre near you – or in any location you prefer – please call us confidentially today on 0800 915 9402 to arrange treatment for you or a loved one.

Alternative Therapies

If you or your loved one has developed an unhealthy PCP dependence, there are a variety of therapies available that can help. Cravings and other symptoms of withdrawal are best managed through medically supervised detox with round-the-clock care. There are also evidence-based forms of therapy, which include clinical experience, current scientific research, and personal preferences to determine the best approach for your unique circumstances. Behavioural therapies are highly recommended for reversing negative behaviour thoughts and patterns, whilst boosting a positive self-image of yourself, as well as your self-esteem.

Paying for PCP Addiction Treatment

How much your PCP addiction treatment will cost is dependent on a variety of factors. Some include:

  • If treatment is inpatient or outpatient based
  • Duration of treatment
  • How high-end the facility is and the location of the facility

Some drug rehabilitation facilities will let you pay for treatment via your insurance, while the majority accept credit cards or cash. If you have trouble raising money for the sort of treatment you desire, you can opt for any available free options, take a loan, or raise funds through crowdfunding.

To identify what form of addiction treatment your insurance can cover, as well as other ways you can raise money for treatment, contact us on 0800 915 9402 for answers.

Continuing Care: What Comes Next?

Upon completion of detox and rehab, you can return to being a productive member of society. At Addiction Helper, we strongly recommend that you follow up your time at rehab with aftercare services, which greatly increase your chances of not suffering a relapse. The service is completely voluntary and can be enjoyed at your convenience.

After Rehab Support

Aftercare can be described as any ongoing support or care you receive after finishing a treatment programme. Aftercare is essential to avoiding relapse and maintaining recovery. We can help you arrange for any of the following types of aftercare plan:

  • Sober living or halfway homes
  • Group counselling or individual counselling
  • 12-step programmes

Staying Clean and Sober

A relapse can ruin all the progress you’ve made while in rehab and can be dangerous. In order to avoid a relapse and keep clean and sober, you should always adhere to the prescribed treatment protocols provided by your addiction treatment experts. You can also stay clean and avoid a relapse by:

  • Engaging in new and healthy activities to replace PCP use.
  • Avoiding friends, family, or environments where drug use is practiced. Instead, spend more time with friends and family that are supportive of your abstinence from drug use.
  • Avoid your identified stressors or triggers which can lead to again abusing PCP. These stressors would have been identified during rehab.

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Am I Addicted?

If you have been abusing PCP for a while and at times feel that you can’t function without using the drug, you are probably addicted. Other signs that indicate that you are likely addicted to PCP include:

  • Craving the drug daily
  • Needing a higher dose to achieve the desired high
  • Taking active measures such as spending money you can’t afford or stealing to ensure you have some PCP
  • Your social and work life is impaired by your recreational drug use
  • Developing new risky habits
  • Willing but unable stop using the drug due to withdrawal symptoms when you avoid using PCP

Where can I find PCP treatment?

At Addiction Helper, we can recommend ideal drug rehabilitation centres near you that are capable of taking care of your needs. The rehabilitation centre and treatment programme we recommend will be provided by assessing your condition, so as to determine what treatment protocol is most likely to ensure your successful rehabilitation. Aside from treatment centres near you, we can also recommend centres in any other location of your choice, including abroad.

What Recovery Programme is Right for Me?

The ideal recovery programme for you is dependent on the severity of your addiction and if there are any other conditions co-existing with your addiction. All of this will be determined after you contact us by carefully assessing you and understanding your needs. With this information, we can then recommend a recovery programme that is guaranteed to help you beat PCP addiction.

What is Rehab?

After detox/detoxification has successfully cleared your system of all PCP related toxins, rehab/rehabilitation will follow. Rehabilitation is a therapeutic process aimed at helping you overcome the psychological effects of addiction. If you don’t get rehab after finishing detox, your chances of suffering a relapse remain high, because you’ll likely lack the psychological tools and fortitude needed to fight cravings for PCP.

What Happens During Treatment?

Treatment will consist of detoxification, followed by rehabilitation, and then aftercare. Detoxification will rid your body of all PCP related chemicals and leave you clean. The process can be medically assisted to make it less strenuous and more effective.

Rehabilitation on the other hand will help you develop a positive mind-set, and provide you the necessary skills and psychological tools to cope with life after rehab.

Do I Need Supervised Detox?

Supervised detox is highly recommended for anyone going through PCP withdrawal. This is because PCP can lead to both psychological and physiological dependence, which can make for a very rough withdrawal period. If not cared for by a professional, complications during withdrawal can lead to long-term damage.

Under medically supervised detox, your entire progress throughout detoxification will be monitored and medication can be provided to assist you during particularly rough patches. In summary, if you want to undergo detoxification safely and with optimum results, it’s strongly advised that you opt for a medically supervised detox.

Do I Need an Inpatient PCP Rehab Facility?

Inpatient rehab facilities put you in the care of specialists, who will monitor you for the duration of your stay and cater to your needs. Inpatient rehab also provides a conducive healing environment, where you can focus solely on getting better by receiving intensive, 24-hour care. While inpatient rehab can be costly, it is recommended for people who suffer from severe PCP addiction. If your addiction to PCP is not very severe or is still in its early stages, an inpatient facility might not be compulsory for you.

What about Executive or Luxury Rehab Centre?

Executive or Luxury Rehab Centres are a form of inpatient treatment that provide exclusivity and luxury during your stay in rehab. The benefit of such treatment options is that you will be pampered and offered high-end services. If such an environment suits your lifestyle and you can afford it, there’s nothing wrong with opting for an Executive or Luxury Rehab Centre for your recovery.

How Long Does Inpatient PCP Rehabilitation Take?

The duration of inpatient rehabilitation is mostly dependent on the severity of your addiction, as well as presence of any complications. The more intense your addiction is, the longer treatment will likely take. Typically, it can vary from between 28 to 30 days and 60 to 90 days

Do Overdose Victims Need Rehab?

Everyone who has suffered from PCP addiction is better off going through rehab. This is regardless of whether the addiction was a severe or mild one. People who have suffered an overdose can benefit a lot from rehab, as they will be educated on how to combat cravings, as well as how to avoid triggers or stressors which might lead them to suffer a PCP relapse.

Aftercare is voluntary, but strongly recommended. It will provide emotional support after you leave rehab and join the real world. Life after rehab is often trying for many, but aftercare helps by supporting and enlightening you on healthy ways to live and enjoy life.

If you would like to know more about PCP Addiction Rehab and Treatment, as well as how Addiction Helper can help you through a successful addiction rehabilitation, call us anytime on 0800 915 9402!

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