Finding Free Damason-P Rehab Centers
Damason-P is a brand name medication that contains hydrocodone and aspirin. This drug can be effective for treating pain, but doctors must be cautious in order to ensure that patients do not misuse the drug. Unfortunately, though, many individuals––whether taking the drug as a prescription medication or not––misuse Damson-P, a behavior that can potentially lead to tolerance, dependence, overdose, and addiction.
If you or someone you love has been abusing a drug like Damason-P, call 800-564-3865 (Who Answers?) now to find safe, affordable treatment in a rehab center. Let us help you locate the care you need to put an end to your substance abuse.
Free Damason-P Addiction Treatment
According to the National Library of Medicine, Damason-P is a combination brand name drug containing hydrocodone and aspirin. It is no longer on the market, but some individuals may still be able to get ahold it for illicit use by purchasing it through the Internet or on the street. The drug is one of many combination products containing hydrocodone, one of the most commonly abused prescription drugs still on the market.
If you have become addicted to Damason-P, you are likely struggling with issues like tolerance, dependence, and physical side effects like dry mouth and constipation. You may have even considered switching to heroin or another, stronger opioid, which, sadly, is a common path that many eventual heroin abusers have taken, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Still, you may think seeking treatment isn’t an option for you, especially if you do not believe you will be able to pay for this type of professional health care.
The truth is there are treatment centers that can provide you with the care you need at an affordable price. There are many options for low-cost and even free Damason-P rehab, and you can find the type of program that best suits your needs today––with our help.
Where to Get Treatment for Damason-P Addiction
Free Damason-P addiction treatment can be found in a rehab center that offers free or low-cost care. These programs do exist all over the United States, and according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the majority of them are operated by private nonprofit organizations. These facilities are usually funded by donations rather than by payments from patients, and some programs are actually completely government-funded.
In free Damason-P rehab centers, you can find evidence-based treatment options that will help you put an end to your substance abuse. These can include
- Drugs like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone can be helpful pharmacological treatments for opioid addiction.
- Behavioral therapies
- Some of the most commonly used behavioral therapies for opioid addiction include
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Contingency management
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- 12-step facilitation therapy
- Motivational enhancement therapy
- Some of the most commonly used behavioral therapies for opioid addiction include
- Drug education and testing
- Regular drug testing can help minimize the chances of relapse in patients.
- Vouchers for facilities that offer additional recovery options such as
- Vocational counseling
- Housing help
- Education help
- HIV testing and prevention
Types of Free Damason-P Rehab
Not all free rehab facilities are the same, however, or will provide the same types of treatment to patients. Some facilities that are specifically government-funded will only provide certain treatment options in order to adhere with government regulations. Others may have more options for one’s treatment program. In addition, there are other, specific types of free rehab centers, including
- Christian rehab centers
- These programs usually offer free professional medical care and therapy sessions as well as spiritual counseling for patients.
- All-free rehab centers
- These are facilities in which you can find completely free treatment, although you may or may not qualify for care in one of these programs based on your income and other deciding factors.
- Inpatient rehab centers
- Free rehab centers are actually very likely to offer residential care in a nonhospital-based facility. Some individuals truly need this type of intensive, controlled care, especially early on in their recoveries.
- Outpatient rehab centers
- Free outpatient centers exist as well where patients can receive medications, behavioral therapies, and other treatment options but are not asked to stay at the facility. This type of treatment is less intensive than inpatient care.
Inpatient vs. Outpatient
You have to choose which type of rehab will be most effective for your needs: inpatient or outpatient care. Because the intensity of these two treatment programs varies so much, it is important to choose the one that best suits your recovery at this moment. Many individuals do not need inpatient care for an opioid addiction syndrome, but you might.
- If you are suffering from a comorbid mental disorder, like depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, etc., you may require inpatient care in order to recover safely.
- According to the medical journal Psychiatric Quarterly, this is a better recovery choice for someone in this situation because comorbid mental disorders and addictions must be treated simultaneously.
- Because opioid addiction can also lead to severe depressive symptoms, it is important that you are assessed for the potential presence of this disorder especially.
- If you do not have a strong social support system at home, you may also need intensive treatment in an inpatient center.
- Having friends and/or family members involved in your treatment can extend the benefits of the program as well as keep you in the program for a longer period of time (NIDA).
- If you don’t have this type of help at home, you could be putting yourself at risk of relapse every time you leave treatment.
- If you do not have a safe home environment, inpatient care could be necessary.
- Sometimes, drugs and alcohol are still highly available in an individual’s home, even if they are trying to quit. If this is your situation, you will not be in an environment that allows you to reach your full recovery potential unless you seek inpatient care.
- In addition, some individuals are in real danger in their homes because their loved ones do not want them to quit using. If you are dealing with this issue, seek safe and free Damason-P rehab now by calling 800-564-3865 (Who Answers?) .
You could be a good candidate for inpatient care in a free Damason-P addiction treatment center if you are suffering from any of these additional issues associated with your addiction. But it is important to consider all the aspects of your recovery before choosing a rehab option.
How Long Is Damason-P Rehab?
Most free rehab centers offer short-term programs that last about 30 days or so. This is because these programs can only offer free care for so long and because the Minnesota Model (which began the idea that a patient could recover from addiction in about 28 days) is still very popular.
Still, it is more accepted now that someone going through opioid addiction recovery would need more time in treatment, at least 90 days or so. This can still be achieved if you work with your rehab doctor to create an aftercare plan that can be implemented once you leave your treatment program. In short, everyone’s length of treatment is different, and you must determine what is best for you.
Signs Damason-P Rehab Is Necessary
According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, “Tablets containing acetaminophen” are the most commonly encountered hydrocodone combination products. Still, drugs that contain hydrocodone and aspirin, like Damason-P, can cause severe addiction just like other, more commonly prescribed opioid medications.
If you are looking for signs that you are in need of treatment for a Damason-P addiction, ask yourself the questions below.
- Have I started abusing this drug often, even daily?
- Am I making excuses for myself to use more?
- Have my friends and family members expressed their concern about my substance abuse?
- Have I considered moving to another type of drug in order to combat tolerance?
- Have I experienced severe personal, professional, or financial problems associated with my substance abuse?
- Am I worried that I won’t be able to stop abusing Damason-P, even if I try to do so?
- Do I feel I no longer have control over my substance abuse?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, it is time to seek help. Your addiction won’t go away on its own, nor can you cure it by simply withdrawing from the drug. You will require safe, effective care in a rehab center that takes all your needs into account, including your budget.
Insurance & Private Pay Options
Unfortunately, you may not qualify for the type of care available in completely free or partially free rehab centers. This type of treatment is specifically meant to help people who otherwise would not be able to seek professional care at all, and these facilities usually accept patients based on income and other factors. However, there are other ways to make your treatment more affordable.
- You can use your insurance to help you with your treatment costs.
- SAMHSA states that the Affordable Care Act made it mandatory for most insurance plans to cover at least part of one’s addiction treatment program. This allows for many more individuals to get the help they need for an affordable price.
- Many rehab centers offer care on a sliding-fee scale, which allows patients to pay what they can afford for their treatment.
- This amount is usually decided on before treatment begins by the patient and the facility. Sliding-fee scale treatment can allow you to get the care you need without having to buckle under high rehab costs.
- Even if your costs are still high, you may be able to finance them.
- Some individuals pay for part of their treatment program upfront and then for the rest in smaller increments over time. Financing the costs of your care could help you get into a program that suits your needs when you require it and then to pay for it when you are back on your feet.
Remember that free Damason-P rehab centers aren’t the only option for affordable care. However, if you think you might qualify for this type of treatment, call 800-564-3865 (Who Answers?) today to find out.
Help Finding a Free Damason-P Treatment Program
We want to help you make the entire process of searching for treatment and finding the care you need easier. When you call to speak with one of our treatment advisors, they will be able to match you with rehab programs that suit your needs as well as ensure that you will qualify for care at one of these facilities and/or that your insurance will be accepted there. It can be scary to begin the process of finding treatment for addiction, but always remember: you are not alone.
What Happens After Rehab?
Rehab is not the end of a substance use disorder. Some individuals still relapse even after rehab has ended while others may experience this issue long after they were treated for addiction in a rehab facility. “Unfortunately,” as stated by the NIDA, “when relapse occurs, many deem treatment a failure.” This is not the case.
Relapse is always a possibility after and during rehab, but you can do many things in order to help you avoid this outcome. You can ask your friends and family members for help, you can seek aftercare, and you can even attend multiple rehab programs over your lifetime. And if you believe you are getting close to experiencing a relapse, you can always seek out help again. Life after rehab takes focus and strength, but you can learn the skills for navigating your new life in your treatment program.
Get Help Today
Are you suffering from a Damason-P addiction and serious financial issues? Maybe you just can’t pay the high prices normally associated with professional rehab. We can help you find the type of care you need as well as a program that will not cost you more than you can afford to pay.
Call 800-564-3865 (Who Answers?) today to find low-cost and free Damason-P rehab centers all around the country and to matched with the best options for your current needs.