Opioids and Pain Pills

Between substances like morphine, heroin and fentanyl, the United States is drowning in an opioid crisis. Those who are addicted to opioids often endure terrible side effects including sweating, dizziness, confusion, difficulty sleeping, constipation and a flushed face. To learn more about addictions to opioids and pain pills,  click here.



When someone is in active heroin addiction, they will likely display behaviors that are risky and out of character. This can include participating in dangerous behaviors such as sharing needles with strangers or using needles in unsanitary areas. One of the greatest concerns for those who abuse heroin is the potential transmission of hepatitis and HIV.



Benzodiazepines can be extremely beneficial for those who use them as prescribed by a doctor. However, some people abuse these medications for their relaxing effects. Long-term use of benzodiazepines is dangerous and can result in many unpleasant side effects and withdrawal symptoms, which are highlighted here.



One of the most popular synthetic drugs is methamphetamine. Meth has the potential to destroy one’s physical and psychological well-being. Abusing this substance for any length of time can lead to vital organ damage and death.



Cocaine and crack are two very different substances, and sometimes only those who abuse them, are able to differentiate the two. While different, both drugs are highly addictive and can lead to an overdose, even when used just once. Treating cocaine and/or crack addiction can be challenging, however, it is possible. Contact us today to learn more about our addiction treatment programs! (888) 771-8372

Finding Help

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, do not look any further. At Harmony Ridge, we provide top-of-the-line addiction treatment that will not only help you or a loved one stop using, but also encourage full mental, physical, and spiritual growth so that long-term recovery can be possible.

Do not allow one more day to pass where you or a loved one is addicted to a dangerous substance. We know how overwhelming it can be to consider reaching out for treatment but rest assured that by doing so, you or a loved one is making a decision that will potentially save your life.

Call us right now. At Harmony Ridge’s West Virginia addiction rehab, we can help you or a loved one end addictive behaviors and tendencies and introduce a happy, healthy lifestyle.