Top-Rated Prescription Drug Rehab for Residents of Oakland

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Prescription drug addiction can happen to anybody. Some prescription drugs cause your brain to flood its reward centers with dopamine, others get you high, make you feel sedated, or otherwise alter your perception of the world. Over time, you can become physically dependent on the drug to feel normal as your body adjusts and your tolerance grows, and you begin to take higher doses, crave the drugs, and become unable to stop using them. This is addiction.

Using prescription drugs in a way they were not meant to be used can be dangerous, and even fatal if they are mixed with alcohol or other drugs. Stopping drugs suddenly can also be dangerous because of serious withdrawal symptoms that may occur. At Muse Addiction Treatment Center, we have a medically assisted treatment program that can help you detox from prescription drugs safely and comfortably.

Muse Treatment is the top-rated prescription drug rehab for residents of Oakland, because we offer an integrated, one-on-one continuum of care that focuses on the root of addiction. We incorporate mental health, substance abuse, and primary care services in all our treatment programs to treat the patient as a whole person, rather than just centering on the addiction.

Our facilities are in a beautiful, peaceful location, and is an ideal place to detox and rehabilitate, away from life’s everyday stresses and worries. All care is administered by trained and experienced professional staff. Many of them are in recovery themselves, so they can relate to what you are going through. Our clinical staff is available 24 hours a day, the head nurse is a certified addictions RN, and there is a nurse practitioner on-site daily.  

At Muse Treatment, each person’s treatment plan is customized to suit their individual needs, and can include dual diagnosis treatment, focusing on your needs, goals, and budget. We have multiple payment options, including payment plans, and we take most insurance.

What is RX Rehab Like?

Once you have stabilized from your detox period, you will have the energy and clarity you will need to work on yourself. Muse offers a restorative ambience, with a welcoming and community-minded atmosphere, where we promote health in every way. We have many types of therapy and life-skills programs, we have nutritional counseling and exercise equipment, and we give you the space and time you need to rest, and reflect upon what you have learned.

If you wish, you can join us in community activities like sports, movie nights, games nights, and off-site outings to local attractions and nature. In our California location we take trips to the beach and go for hikes in the mountains. There is also the option to attend church on Sundays.

We recognize that every person is different, and will require different things to heal and grow, so we will create a customized treatment plan that works for you and will not force you to do anything you don’t want to do. There are options to fit anybody’s beliefs, lifestyle, and personality. Our inpatient program is designed to support you for as long as you need, and once you feel ready, we will transition you into an outpatient program with the option of moving into an affiliated sober living home, where you can use your newly learned recovery skills in the real world, while still fully supported at every level.


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What to Expect During RX Rehab?

During our intake procedures, we will screen you for physical and mental health issues so we can compose a dual diagnosis treatment plan if needed, to take care of the root of both problems at one time. We will interview you to find out what we can do to meet your budget, your goals, and create a realistic, long-term recovery plan to suit your individual personality, lifestyle, and preferences.

After you check in, you will begin the detox procedure, a necessary step in any rehabilitation plan. Detox can be uncomfortable and scary, so at Muse, we have 24 hour clinical support and counselling available. We offer a medically assisted treatment program to mitigate withdrawal symptoms as best we can, without creating a new dependency. Prescribed amounts of FDA-approved medications are administered by our nursing staff to keep you safe and as comfortable as possible. You will regain your clarity and focus so you can move on into our residential rehab program, and begin to work on yourself, your sobriety, and your new life as a sober person.

At Muse Treatment we use trauma-informed practices through all of our levels of care. This will ensure you feel safe and heard, and do not feel pressured to do anything you don’t want to do. There will be no surprises. We believe in informed consent, and we foster a relationship with open communication and collaboration with each patient.

Therapies and programs we offer at Muse Treatment include:

  • One-on-one talk therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Rational emotive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Couples rehab
  • Family therapy
  • Vocational training
  • Life skills training
  • Physical fitness and nutritional support

Our facilities are pet friendly, and our staff is highly experienced and empathetic, with about half of them in recovery themselves. We have a robust alumni network so you can stay in touch with a supportive, sober friend group for the rest of your life if you want to. At Muse we also offer sober living home referrals so you will have a solid and structured place to land if you don’t have that at home.

How Long Does RX Rehab Oakland Last?

After you have completed the detox period, at Muse Treatment we recommend a 30-, 60-, or 90-day stay in our inpatient rehabilitation program. We tailor each patient’s individual program based on their needs, and what will work best for them. Our patients are always encouraged to remain in treatment for as long as they need.

Remaining in residential treatment is beneficial, as you will be surrounded by like-minded, community-oriented people, away from the stress and triggers of your day-to-day life, so you can focus on healing and recovery in a restorative and restful environment. A longer stay is recommended for those with a history of relapsing.

Top Abused Prescription Drugs

Prescription drugs are easily available to many people in many forms. Some of the top abused prescription drugs include:

  • Opioids: Oxycodone, Percocet, Hydrocodone, Codeine, Fentanyl, and Meperidine – opioids that are often prescribed for pain. These drugs combine with opioid receptors in the brain to stop it from receiving pain signals, producing a euphoric effect.
  • Tranquilizers: Alprazolam, Phenobarbital, Clonazepam and Diazepam, barbiturates and benzodiazepines that have a calming effect by slowing down your brain’s activity. They are central nervous system depressants, also known as tranquilizers.
  • Stimulants: Amphetamine, Dextroamphetamine, Methylphenidate are stimulants that boost alertness and energy levels by increasing your brain’s activity.

Why Choose Muse for RX Rehab?

At Muse, we see you as a whole person, instead of just your physical addiction and withdrawal symptoms. We believe that getting to the underlying causes and co-occurring disorders like trauma and mental health conditions are as important as treating the physical addiction, and we know that creating a custom treatment plan for each person will greatly reduce the risk of relapsing.

We want to help you get to the point where you can confidently live a self-directed life without the use of drugs or alcohol. With our therapy options, our peaceful facilities, and our excellent amenities, Muse Treatment is the best choice for prescription drug rehab.


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