Inpatient Fentanyl Rehab in Anaheim CA

Inpatient rehab is one of the more successful treatment methods for those suffering from drug abuse, including fentanyl addiction. Inpatient rehab provides a safe and supportive environment for those who have successfully completed detox to begin their addiction treatment.

By going to inpatient fentanyl rehab in Anaheim, CA you will be able to focus 100% of your time and energy on your recovery efforts without any of the temptations or triggers of the outside world. 

At Restorations Healthcare we offer inpatient treatment for those suffering from a variety of substance use disorders, including fentanyl, throughout the greater Southern California area.

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What Is Fentanyl?

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine. Like other opioids, doctors prescribe fentanyl as a painkiller to treat severe or chronic pain, typically after surgery. 

Fentanyl is considered a Schedule II drug, meaning that while it does have a legitimate medical use, it is also often used and abused for recreational purposes.

Prescription names for fentanyl include:

  • Actiq
  • Duragesic
  • Sublimaze
  • Abstral
  • Lazanda

Synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl, are the most commonly overdosed substance with over 150 people dying every day from a synthetic opioid-related overdose. If you or a loved one is suffering from fentanyl addiction in or around Southern California, it is crucial to seek treatment at an addiction treatment center immediately.

What Is Inpatient Fentanyl Rehab Like?

Inpatient treatment at Restorations Healthcare begins once you have successfully completed the detoxification process, whether it be with us at our Anaheim, California treatment facility or at another detox facility. 

Before starting your inpatient treatment program, you will first sit down with one of our highly trained treatment professionals who will create a treatment plan for you based on your needs. 

With inpatient rehab, you will live at the facility for the duration of your treatment (typically 2-4 weeks). Since you are living at the facility, you will have a schedule that you will be expected to adhere to daily and you will also be expected to follow all facility rules.

Your daily schedule will consist of various therapy sessions and other rehab-related activities.  It will also tell you what time you are expected to wake up and go to sleep each day as well as meal times. While there is not a lot of downtime throughout the day, any downtime that you are given will also be included in your schedule.

Treatment for Fentanyl Addiction

Since fentanyl is a type of opioid drug, fentanyl addiction can be treated with medication, therapy, or a combination of both.

Medications are often used during the detox process when fentanyl withdrawal symptoms are peaking as well as early on during inpatient treatment. In some cases, based on the severity of the addiction, fentanyl addiction treatment medication might continue to be prescribed after inpatient rehab has been completed as part of a Medication-Assisted Treatment program.

Medications that have been FDA-approved to treat the effects of fentanyl addiction include:

  • Naltrexone
  • Methadone
  • Buprenorphine
  • Suboxone
  • Lofexidine

Behavioral therapy and psychotherapy have both proven to be effective in treating fentanyl addiction as well. Behavioral therapy, such as contingency management, is centered around the idea that the patient gets rewarded for not succumbing to temptations and cravings. Psychotherapy such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps identify the underlying causes of the addiction. By learning what lead to the development of your addiction, you can be better prepared to handle those temptations and triggers in the future without turning to drugs or alcohol.

Therapy and medication are just part of the overall recovery process. Support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery are also important because they offer those in recovery a safe and supportive environment to share what they have been going through with other people who can understand and relate to what they are dealing with. 

At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, California we know that not every form of therapy will be effective for everyone. That’s why we offer different types of treatment to fit you and your needs. 

Some of the therapies that we offer for cocaine addiction include

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Experiential Therapy
  • Adventure Therapy

Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options for fentanyl addiction and how we can get you on the road to recovery.

Benefits of Fentanyl Rehabilitation

Rehab provides you the ability to tackle your fentanyl abuse and addiction issues head-on. It also allows you an opportunity to hit the proverbial reset button and start a new, sober life.

Residential treatment specifically provides a safe and supportive environment to focus on your substance abuse treatment without any of the distractions or temptations of everyday life. By choosing inpatient fentanyl addiction rehab you also get access to additional medical care and monitoring from our licensed medical professionals. 

Since many people who suffer from fentanyl addiction also suffer from mental health issues (co-occurring disorders), inpatient rehab allows you to address your mental and behavioral health conditions in addition to your addiction issues. 

Typical Schedule of Inpatient Rehab for Fentanyl Abuse

Inpatient rehab programs last anywhere from 30 to 90 days depending on a variety of factors including the type and severity of your addiction. 

Your time in inpatient rehab will be highly structured and you will be given a daily schedule that you must adhere to. Your schedule will map out every minute of your day from the time you wake up, to the time you eat your meals, and even when to go to sleep. Your schedule will also include the various times and locations of your therapies and treatment sessions.

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Paying for Fentanyl Rehab

One of the biggest reasons why people who are suffering from addiction don’t seek treatment is because of the cost. At Restorations Healthcare in Anaheim, we offer two ways to pay for your fentanyl addiction treatment: insurance and private pay.


Many insurance companies will cover at least a portion of your fentanyl addiction treatment. Depending on your insurance provider and the plan that you have, your treatment may be covered in full. 

If you aren’t sure if your insurance plan covers inpatient rehab, or how much of it will be covered, you can reach out to your insurance representative or you can fill out our insurance verification form. We will take a look at your policy and let you know what is and isn’t covered before you start treatment. 

Private Pay

Whether your insurance will not cover your treatment in full, you don’t have insurance, or you simply want to keep your time in treatment as confidential as possible, we also offer private pay options.

We accept many different forms of traditional payment as well as private medical lending companies and loans through credit cards.

Are You Looking For Inpatient Fentanyl Rehab in Anaheim, CA?

If you or a family member in Anaheim or throughout Southern California is suffering from a substance use disorder, including a fentanyl addiction, it is important to seek treatment right away. 

At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, we offer more than just inpatient and outpatient programs. We also offer medical detox programs and aftercare services so that we can be with you every step of the way on your recovery journey. 

For more information about our addiction treatment programs, or to get started on the road to recovery, call us at 877-578-0708, fill out one of our contact forms, or speak to a live chat representative on our website. 

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