Bel Air, MD Best Recovery Center

Proudly serving Bel Air, MD community, our recovery center provides adults struggling with addiction the ability to recover from heroin, oxycodone, Percocet, and other opiates.

Opioid and Heroin Addiction and Recovery Center

Our specialized program includes opiate-specific group therapy, educational sessions and individual therapy. Our comprehensive approach also keeps you engaged in rehab activities over a longer period of time than most addiction treatment programs, and includes family involvement, recovery support groups and accountability as integral parts of our services. We know from experience that this combination of enhanced opioid rehab services, medication-assisted treatment, clinical interventions and active engagement over a longer period of time offers the best chance for long-term recovery.
  •  How long you’ve been using opioids, heroin or other opiate drugs
  •  The amount and frequency of your substance use
  •  Whether you use alcohol other drugs in addition to opioids
These are just a few of the considerations that provide us with important information about each patient’s specific situation. In planning a rehab program tailored to meet your individual needs, we will also take into account your medical condition and any other physical or mental health issues you are experiencing.
A quick note about opioid withdrawal symptoms: Many people with opioid dependence avoid going to rehab due to fears about the side effects of withdrawal. Don’t let such fears stop you from getting the help you need and deserve. Our clinicians know how to expertly guide you in safely and successfully managing the physical challenges of opioid withdrawal. Learn more about opioid addiction, dependence and symptoms.

How Do You Know if You’re Addicted to Opioids?

While there isn’t a blood test or other lab work to diagnose addiction, there are distinctive behavioral indicators that the disease has taken hold. If you obsess about getting the drug and using the drug and then spend the remainder of your time recovering from the effects of substance abuse, you’re probably looking at addiction. Other telltale signs include compromising your values, behaving in ways that put yourself or others at risk, and experiencing negative consequences in your relationships and other aspects of your life because of your use.
If you're unsure about the extent of your problem, take a short inventory to get a better sense of how much your drug use is impacting your life.

How Is Opiate Addiction Treated?

Heroin and opioid treatment programs and services vary by provider and by the type and level of services needed to effectively address your particular situation. Here are some key components of successful opioid addiction treatment programs:
  •  Medical detox
  •  Assessments including medical, mental health and substance abuse history
  •  Mental health services
  •  Medical services
  •  Medication-assisted treatment
  •  Group and one-to-one chemical health services
  •  Wellness and fitness
  •  Twelve Step Facilitation
  •  Nutritional counseling
  •  Individualized planning
  •  Family services
  •  Spiritual care
  •  Educational and experiential workshops
  •  Post-rehab planning
  •  Job Search assistance
It’s also important to know that your pace through rehab won’t be identical to those around you. While there are common milestones in healing from opioid use disorder, your recovery path will be your own—based on your specific situation, challenges and needs.
The latest scientific research on recovery from drug abuse identifies ongoing involvement in recovery-focused activities as the best predictor of long-term sobriety. Active engagement is especially important during your first 18 months of recovery when the risk of relapse is most intense.