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Drug Addiction Treatment in Oklahoma City, OK

Drug addiction is a complex and chronic disease. People who are addicted to illegal or prescription drugs may feel as if they have no control over their actions or behaviors. They may experience physical cravings or symptoms when they don’t use these substances. They may have tried to quit, maybe even several times, but just can’t seem to make it stick.

There is hope and help at our facility.

Our drug addiction treatment program offers medically assisted treatment to help you safely withdraw from the substances you use. Medication isn’t a cure, but it can keep you safe and help ease your discomfort during withdrawal. We also provide customized inpatient and outpatient programs that include many opportunities for individual, group, and family therapy.

Although treatment plans vary, we offer help for people struggling with addiction to opiates (including heroin), benzodiazapines (such as Valium, Ativan, Xanax, Halcion, Restoril, and Librium), stimulants (like Adderall), and opioids/painkillers (including morphine, Vicodin, Percocet, Oxycodone, Fentanyl, and codeine).

Get the Drug Addiction Help You Need

Inpatient Treatment

At our facility, we treat both mind and body. Depending on the type of drugs you take and the amount, we may recommend inpatient treatment, which may start with a detox program to clear your body of the addictive substances. This could include medication to help your body adjust.

While medication can help, you’ll also take part in a variety of therapies to strengthen your recovery. Your personal care team will include a psychiatrist, a nurse, a patient care assistant, and an activity therapist, as well as other medical and specialized personnel. They’ll work with you to develop and complete a treatment plan that includes recreational therapy, as well as behavioral therapy. You’ll also have the chance to enjoy our well-maintained grounds and other activities throughout your stay.

Learn more about inpatient rehab.

Outpatient Treatment

You may transition to an outpatient program following inpatient treatment, or your drug rehab could start on an outpatient basis.

We offer two types of outpatient treatment. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) generally involves daily treatment for up to six hours a day, five to seven days a week, while allowing patients to live at home during treatment. Or, you may be ready for our intensive outpatient program (IOP), which offers therapy three to five days per week for three hours each day.

Learn more about outpatient rehab.

How Drug Addiction Treatment Works at Our Facility

Drug addiction is complicated, and no single treatment is right for every person.

The first thing we’ll do is evaluate your physical condition and make sure you’re safe and stable. You can call or chat 24/7 to schedule an appointment, and most of our facilities also accept walk-ins at any time. You’ll receive a full assessment from our team, which will include questions about your medical history, your drug usage, and any other emotional issues you’re experiencing.

If you decide to get treatment with us, our team will work with you to develop a plan based on your goals. Your plan will cover recommended therapies (including talk therapy and recreational therapy), medication management, health and wellness education, and relapse prevention.

Drug addiction can be painful and frightening, both for the person who is addicted and for loved ones. But you’re not alone. Get the help you need today.

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Our COVID-19 Protocols


We have implemented virtual visitation to continue to offer family and friends the opportunity to connect with their loved ones.


All outpatient programs are now offered fully online, from assessment to treatment.

Patient, Family & Visitor Guide

We have created a Novel Coronavirus guide to keep our community informed regarding our latest policies and how they impact our patients.