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Opioid Addiction Treatment

Opioid addiction is an epidemic in the United States. Whether you were prescribed prescription opioids to manage chronic pain or you’ve turned to illicit drugs like heroin, a professional treatment program is necessary to break free of opioid dependence.

In our opioid addiction treatment center in New Jersey, we offer substance abuse treatment to help you heal. Long-term recovery from opioid addiction is possible. Whether you’re in need of outpatient detox or an intensive outpatient program, we can help.


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Contact us to schedule a consultation or to make a referral for a loved one. At Next Wind Recovery, we offer high-quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment in a comfortable, supportive environment.

What to Expect in Our Outpatient Opioid Rehab

We create personalized treatment plans for every individual in our care. No two clients are alike, and our treatment plans take into account co-occurring disorders, medical needs, and goals for recovery.

Some of what you can expect in our opioid treatment programs includes:

Clients learn from the perspectives and experiences of others in recovery. We offer 21 group sessions each week.

Working one-on-one with a therapist helps our clients develop healthy coping skills and strategies.

We set our clients up for success with ongoing support and relapse prevention planning.

We ensure that our clients do not experience complications from opioid detox.

Know the Difference

Which Drugs Are Opioids?

Many opioids come from prescriptions, but not all of them do. You might still use a prescription and not realize that it’s an opioid because there are so many of them. Some of the most common drugs that are opioids include:

  • Oxycodone (OxyContin)
  • Hydrocodone (Vicodin)
  • Codeine
  • Oxymorphone (Opana)
  • Morphine (Kadian, Avinza), 
  • Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid up to 100 times more potent than morphine, 
  • Heroin, an illegal, manufactured form of morphine


The problem is, within each of these categories, there are dozens of prescriptions under different names, so you might not know you are getting an opioid at first glance.

Class of Opioids Prescription Names


  • OxyContin
  • Roxicodone
  • Oxecta
  • Oxaydo
  • Xtampza ER
  • Percodan
  • Targiniq
  • Xartemis XR
  • Oxycet
  • Roxicet
  • Tylox
  • Percoce


  • Vicodin
  • Norco
  • Lorcet
  • Zamicet
  • Verdrocet
  • Lortab
  • Anexsia
  • Co-Gesic
  • Hycet
  • Liquicet
  • Maxidone
  • Norco
  • Xodol 10/300
  • Zolvit
  • Zydone


  • Duramorph
  • Infumorph P/F
  • MS Contin
  • Oramorph SR
  • Avinza
  • Arymo ER
  • Kadian
  • Morphabond
  • Roxanol-T


  • Dilaudid
  • Exalgo
  • Palladone

How Prescription Pain Relievers Can Lead to Addiction

It’s common for doctors to prescribe opioid painkillers after surgery or for those who are recovering from an injury. You might have been prescribed a medication such as Percocet to relieve pain after wisdom teeth removal or to relieve chronic pain associated with back problems. No matter why you’ve received this prescription, it’s important to understand the risks. All opioids have the potential for abuse, even if they’ve been prescribed legally.

If you’re struggling with opioid abuse, such as addiction to Percocet, it’s important to go through detox with medical supervision. Withdrawal symptoms can be severe, but certain medications can help ease these symptoms and can make detox easier. In some instances, using Suboxone or Subtext for opioid addiction has reduced withdrawal symptoms significantly when taken in the correct doses. At Next Wind Recovery, our opioid addiction rehab offers the care and supervision you need to begin recovery safely and with a strong foundation.

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What Are the Signs of Opioid Addiction?

If you have taken any of these, you might be showing opioid abuse signs, signs that it is time to get help from an opioid rehab in New Jersey. Some common signs that it’s time to visit an opioid rehab facility for help include the following:

  • Unexplained financial difficulties
  • Stealing and lying from/to friends and family
  • Changes in exercise routines
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Uncontrollable cravings
  • Isolation
  • Lack of hygiene
  • Flu-like symptoms all the time
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Decreased libido


One of the most significant issues with opioid addiction is that without the right treatment from an opiate addiction treatment center, individuals might find that they are unable to stop taking opioids. When their prescription expires, they go to multiple doctors outside of their insurance provider and lie about their symptoms to obtain multiple prescriptions from different doctors at the same time. This helps to mask exactly how many prescriptions they are given at once.

If left untreated, individuals struggling with opioid addiction and unable to game the system by going to multiple doctors might find it easier to turn to street versions of opioids like heroin.

As is the case with any addiction, signs of opioid abuse don’t usually happen in isolation. It’s when they show many, if not all of these signs at the same time with no other explanation that it’s time to get help. Just because a loved one has unexplained weight loss doesn’t mean they need help from an opioid rehab center in North Jersey.

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What Happens When You Stop Using

Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

The biggest problem with a physical addiction to opioids is that individuals might not recognize symptoms right away, and they might not display them, especially if they were given a prescription. Someone given a prescription for opioids after surgery might show symptoms like changes in exercise routines and sleep patterns, drowsiness, and weight loss, all of which might be expected. When those problems persist after the prescription has expired, it might be time for help.

Early withdrawal symptoms can start within hours of your last hit. These include:

  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Yawning
  • Sweating
  • Runny nose
  • Insomnia
  • Increased tearing
  • Muscle aches

Shortly thereafter, you can experience later symptoms like:

  • Abdominal cramping
  • Goosebumps
  • Dilated pupils
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea

Get Help from Our New Jersey Heroin Rehab Center

Without help from an opioid rehab facility, these early and late withdrawal symptoms can get worse, resulting in a relapse. It’s all too common for people to try and detox cold turkey, but in order to have the highest chance of legitimate success and turning your life around, you need to get help from professionals.

Withdrawal symptoms for opioids, in particular, require treatment from an intensive outpatient rehab center in North Jersey. Only a professional opioid addiction treatment center can help you get the FDA-approved medication-assisted treatment, the kind that gives the highest chance of overcoming your opioid abuse signs.

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Most major PPO & POS insurance plans will help cover up to 100% of the costs associated with treatment. Contact us now to get the healing you deserve.

At this time we are unable to accept Medicaid or Medicare plans.