Designer Drug Rehab Program

Designer drugs are dangerous due to their complexity and lack of transparency - learn what they can do and how we can help you stop using.

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Designer drug dependency and abuse is increasing both in prevalence and complexity. Each year, new drugs are synthesized that mirror the effects of other drugs. One such drug, K2 or Spice, mirrors the effects of marijuana but the harm done to the body and mind can be much greater. Other drugs such as bath salts may mirror the effects of cocaine or methamphetamine with far worse effects. When treating dependence for designer drugs it is commonplace to treat for the use of the counterpart drug as well, e.g. bath salts and cocaine and/or methamphetamine abuse simultaneously.
Our approach to designer drug rehab in general is to focus on each new patient individually and assess their physical, psychological and social state and experiences. We help our clients understand the causes of their addiction and how to cope with life without drugs after treatment.

11%

of high-school seniors have tried designer drugs.

11,000

emergency room visits each year are caused by designer drugs.

5

new designer drugs are released every month in the U.S..

2,000

poison control calls are made each quarter related to designer drugs.

Signs You May Need Help

Designer drugs have many of the same warning signs as other drugs of abuse. If you miss school, work, family functions or if your relationships are damaged due to your use, you may want to consider designer drug rehab. Since designer drugs mirror the effects of many different categories of drugs, you should be very concerned if you have serious depression, high levels of anxiety, hallucinations, elevated heart rate, convulsions or admission to a hospital. If any of the aforementioned symptoms are present, you should seek treatment right away.

Detox and Designer Drug Dependency

Determining if you need detox for designer drug use is something an admissions advisor can help you with. Since there are a wide range of designer drugs and since many people use designer drugs in addition to other drugs, an assessment of your use and history will help determine the best course of action. Starting Point Recovery has treatment centers nationwide and we can help you get in to a detox center first, if required, and then in to long term care thereafter.

Men are over twice as likely to abuse designer drugs as women.

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What will Treatment be Like?


Designer drug rehab at any of our facilities is an incredible experience. You’ll learn about addiction, what causes people to become addicted to drugs and alcohol physically and psychologically. Then you’ll learn about what your triggers for use are from a physical, psychological and social level. You’ll then learn how to manage the impulse to use and plan for life after treatment. Along the way, you’ll meet people you may stay in contact with for life.

Insurance & Financing

Starting Point Recovery accepts most types of health insurance. If you don’t have health insurance, that’s just fine as well. We have a wide variety of options for people that seek treatment. We offer financing, payment plans as well as low cost treatment options. Our goal is to make sure that if someone wants treatment, they get it.

The Simple Admissions Process

Many people feel the process of locating high-quality treatment and getting in to a high-quality designer drug rehab center can be stressful. Our goal is to make the process as easy as possible. The first step in the process is to call an Admissions Advisor at (888) 446-9821. Admissions Advisors at Starting Point Recovery can help you understand the process of admissions and answer any questions you may have about insurance, treatment and getting to treatment.

If you’re ready to get the help you deserve call Starting Point Recovery today at (888) 446-9821 or simply use the contact form on this page to send us a message.

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