Colorado Oxycodone Hotline

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What is a Colorado Oxycodone Hotline?

Oxycodone like so many other prescription opioids has a powerful hold on many people throughout the state of Colorado and the country. Many of the cities and towns throughout Colorado including Colorado Springs, Boulder, and Denver as well as many others are grappling with how to deal with the realities of the opioid epidemic. Of course, it’s not just Colorado residents who are feeling the effects of widespread opioid abuse.

Every state in the U.S. feels it in one way or another, and it’s become both a public policy and public health crisis.

If you as an individual are abusing oxycodone or your loved one is, you may feel hopeless and like you have nowhere to turn, but the best first step you can take for yourself is calling a Colorado oxycodone abuse hotline.

An oxycodone helpline is free and available 24 hours a day to provide you with guidance on how to deal with addiction. Our team of Palmer Lake addiction specialists is highly knowledgeable in the drug oxycodone, so unlike a general drug abuse helpline, you’re getting the advantages that come with having someone speak with you who knows what you’re going through.

Understanding Oxycodone Addiction

Oxycodone is powerful prescription opioid that’s used to treat pain, and it’s also very addictive and frequently used recreationally. As with other opioids, it’s easy to develop an addiction to this drug and difficult to stop using it. Even people who were prescribed oxycodone for pain can become addicted when following the instructions of their doctor, and once the brain has been introduced to an opioid like oxycodone, the cycle of abuse and addiction can begin quickly.

Addiction to oxycodone and other opioids can destroy your physical and mental health, your relationships, your career, your finances and your life. With all of the destruction that oxycodone can create, it’s easy to feel like you have nowhere to turn, but calling our toll-free Palmer Lake oxycodone hotline is the best first step you can take for yourself and your life.

Why Should You Call a Free Colorado Oxycodone Hotline?

First and foremost, if you’re experiencing a medical emergency such as an overdose or a life-threatening situation, you should not call our toll-free Colorado oxycodone hotline. We are not an emergency services provider, and if the situation is life-threatening, you should immediately call 911.

Other than that, the following are some of the reasons people often want to contact our free 24-hour hotline for oxycodone abuse in Colorado.

  • Many people will contact our Palmer Lake, Colorado oxycodone 24-hour hotline because they have an addiction personally and they are ready to seek help. What’s great about calling The Recovery Village is that if you’re ready, you can begin the treatment intake process while you’re on the phone with our oxycodone hotline. People will call because they feel like they’ve hit bottom or they’re simply ready to move past their addiction to oxycodone and live a healthy, fulfilling life.
  • It’s not just people who themselves are addicts that call our 24-hour oxycodone hotline. We also often speak with loved ones of addicts in Colorado who want to learn more about addiction, treatment, and recovery.
  • A lot of the apprehension people feel about receiving treatment for oxycodone is based on the fact that they don’t know what to expect in rehab. Our intake specialists can explain to you what treatment is like and what to expect to take that sense of anxiety out of the experience.
  • You might call our oxycodone hotline when you’re ready to receive treatment but aren’t sure how you would pay for it. Our specialists can explain to you options to pay for rehab, whether or not insurance covers the cost of rehab, and can answer any financial questions you might have.

What To Expect When You Call A Free Oxycodone Hotline

When you call our toll-free 24-hour oxycodone hotline, you can expect that the intake specialist you speak to will ensure complete confidentiality about your conversation, and will also provide you with a non-judgmental environment.

The conversation will include questions about your oxycodone addiction including how long you’ve been abusing the drug and how much you use. These initial questions are important because they help to provide the best treatment options and services tailored to your specific needs and addiction.

The person you speak to on our free 24-hour hotline will also ask about whether or not you have any other substance abuse problems, such as also using Xanax at the same time as you use oxycodone. They will want to learn more about any possible mental health disorders you may have, and then they will discuss with you various treatment options that might be available including how long these treatment courses would be and what they would entail.

If you’re interested in learning more about oxycodone addiction resources that might be available to you or a loved one, please contact The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake at 719-884-0063.

Other phone numbers that may be relevant to you include:

The National Poison Control Center: 800-222-1222

The National Suicide Prevention Life: 800-273-TALK (8255)

The National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 800-662-HELP (4357)

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