Whatever your addiction, substance use can cause many problems in your life. Landmark Recovery of Oklahoma City can help provide the assistance you need to start the process of rehabilitation and maintain your new found sobriety long after treatment utilizing our proven drug recovery programs. Our state of the art drug recovery center provides comprehensive and personalized inpatient and outpatient services to ensure your best chance of success.
Drug addiction is a complex medical issue and chronic disease that alters the brain and affects behavior. 1 These mental changes affect your ability to cope with stress and make it difficult to experience pleasure in the absence of drugs. Many people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol feel like they have no control over their actions and compulsively abuse these substances despite the serious health, mental, and social consequences.
It is estimated that more than a quarter of a million Oklahoma residents, or around 8% of the state’s population, currently suffer from some form of drug or alcohol addiction. 2 Recent statistics related to specific substance abuse and addiction among Oklahoma residents include: 2-3
Last year, there were around 14,000 admissions to Oklahoma drug recovery centers. 4 However, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration estimates that there are 234,000 Oklahoma residents in need of drug or alcohol rehabilitation treatment. 5 This means that only around 6% of Oklahomans in need of treatment or assistance actually enrolled in any form of drug recovery program.
Are you in the Oklahoma City area and struggling to overcome drug addiction? If so, please know that recovery or rehabilitation is never out of reach, no matter how hopeless your situation may seem or how many times you’ve tried and failed before. Change is always possible with the right support. At Landmark Recovery, we will give you the help and assistance needed to succeed while keeping the traditional support structures of family and community close at hand. We are proud to offer evidence-based drug recovery treatment programs that are provided by trained and licensed medical doctors and mental health professionals at our new, locally based drug recovery center in Oklahoma City.
The first step when seeking assistance at a professional drug recovery center involves quitting drug use and going through detoxification, or detox. During this process all traces of drugs are flushed out of your system, preparing you for the recovery process. Depending on your substance of abuse and severity of addiction, detox can be extremely uncomfortable, and potentially life-threatening, due to the intense cravings and negative symptoms associated with drug withdrawal. Landmark’s drug recovery center offers medically supervised detoxification to monitor and respond to any potential health complications. Our detox program provides around-the-clock supervised care and will keep you safe and comfortable throughout the entire detox process.
Stopping the use of drugs is just one part of an effective drug recovery program. After you finish detoxing, you will enter the treatment phase of your rehabilitation Detox is not the same as rehab treatment, and detox alone (without subsequent treatment) will often lead to relapse. Depending on your substance of abuse and severity of addiction, your drug recovery treatment program may include residential treatment, partial hospitalization care, or intensive outpatient services.
At our Oklahoma city facility, Landmark Recovery’s personalized recovery programs provide the structured intervention and support that are needed to recover from drug addiction. Our holistic treatment approach utilizes science-backed therapies such as medication-assisted treatment, individual and group counseling, family therapy, meditation and mindfulness therapy, and health and wellness education. The cornerstone to our drug recovery programs is behavioral therapy, a proven therapy that helps identify underlying causes of addiction and teaches you the skills and behaviors needed to control cravings and prevent relapse.
Landmark Recovery of Oklahoma City understands that any successful drug recovery program does not end when you leave our facility. That is why we will continue to help you succeed in your rehabilitation through an array of post-rehab treatment services. This starts with a comprehensive discharge plan that includes lifestyle guides, coping mechanisms, and referrals to private therapists, medical professionals, psychiatrists, sober living houses, and support group meetings in your community. We also provide a fully integrated support network that includes:
Please call Landmark Recovery of Oklahoma City at 405-896-8426 to find out how our inpatient and outpatient drug recovery programs can help you achieve sobriety and reach your health and wellness goals.
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1) American Society of Addiction Medicine. (2020). Definition of Addiction.https://www.asam.org/resources/definition-of-addiction
2) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2019). National Survey on Drug Use and Health: 2017-2018 State-Specific Tables, Tables 83-84. Oklahoma.https://www.samhsa.gov/data/report/2016-2017-nsduh-state-specific-tables
3) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). State and Substate Estimates of Nonmedical Use of Prescription Pain Relievers.https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/report_3187/ShortReport-3187.html
4) Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set. (2020). Oklahoma TEDS admissions aged 12 years and older, by primary substance use and gender, age at admission, race, and ethnicity: Percent, 2019.https://wwwdasis.samhsa.gov/webt/newmapv1.htm
5) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2019). National Survey on Drug Use and Health: 2017-2018 State-Specific Tables, Tables 83-84. Oklahoma.https://www.samhsa.gov/data/report/2016-2017-nsduh-state-specific-tables