Treating Addiction to Illicit Drugs in Orange County
Luminance Recovery’s Knowledgeable and Prepared Staff
While cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine, and heroin are some of the most commonly
abused illicit drugs, they are not the only ones out there that can prompt
addiction, and they are certainly not the only illicit drug addictions
we are prepared to treat at Luminance Recovery. “Illicit”
simply refers to the use of drugs that are illegal or the use of drugs
outside of a medical purpose. Illicit drug use then can expand to include
the abuse of prescription pills for recreation.
No matter the illicit drug you or your loved suffers an addiction to, our
team of physicians and counseling professionals can assess and treat the
problem in a way that aids in withdrawal and promotes a lasting, life-altering recovery.
Types of Illicit Drugs
Illicit drugs are split up into classifications that group together drugs
that have a similar, primary effect on the user. Any of these drugs can
become addicting and our team is prepared to treat that addiction in you
or a loved one.
These classifications and illicit drugs include:
- Cannabinoids: Marijuana, Hashish, other forms of concentrated THC
- Opioids: Heroin, Opium
- Stimulants: Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine
- Club Drugs: MDMA (Ecstasy), Rohypnol, GHB
- Dissociative Drugs: Ketamine, PCP, Salvia Divinorum, Dextromethorphan (DXM)
- Hallucinogens: LSD, Mescaline, Psilocybin (Mushrooms)
- Prescription Pills: Xanax, Vicodin, Demerol, Morphine, Codeine
- Other Compounds: Anabolic Steroids, Inhalants
Treating Addiction to Illicit Drugs at Luminance Recovery
At Luminance Recovery, we do not prioritize or place more urgency on one
drug addiction over another. We know that every addiction is dangerous
as it easily has the potential to ruin or drastically derail promising
lives. For this reason, we individually assess each patient’s particular
addiction(s) and begin a treatment plan accordingly.
Some of these drugs yield a mental addiction like hallucinogens, while
others yield a physical addiction like such as opioids, and some even
combine both like ketamine. In any case, our knowledgeable staff has the
experience, resources, and dedication needed to treat an illicit drug
addiction, whatever medical or therapeutic applications it requires, and
promote a positively altered life in the future beyond our doors. Call
our team at (714) 408-9609, or register online to begin treatment for
an illicit drug addiction.