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Are You Looking for the Best Heroin Addiction Recovery Program for Your Loved One?

Dillon McClernon

Authored by Dillon McClernon

Select the best care and most compassionate heroin addiction recovery center for your loved one.

“No one sets out to be a heroin addict.  It’s not a lifestyle choice.  Heroin addiction does not discriminate.” -Recovered Heroin User (Six Years clean.)

Do you have a loved one battling a heroin addiction?  Any type of addiction, especially addiction to heroin, disrupts daily life-functioning and can damage relationships.  However, there are various addiction recovery centers and rehabilitation services available to assist in healing and recovery. In fact, there are a growing number of programs specifically for heroin recovery.

At Lighthouse, we are bringing fantastic customer service approach to our patients. Therefore, we believe in providing patients with the best team of clinicians, support services, therapists, social workers, and additional medical staff.  Furthermore, this team provides treatment and support services in Five Star facilities that include gourmet dining, fitness centers, and exquisite rooms, providing an approach that respects and supports the whole person.

What Can Someone Going Through Treatment Expect?

The process for heroin recovery can be physically and emotionally difficult for an individual.  If someone suddenly stops using heroin, he or she can experience uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, which can include:

  • Muscle pain
  • Vomiting/Diarrhea
  • Bone and muscle pain
  • Restlessness

It is important to understand that addiction recovery centers provide journeys that can be long-term processes, and it is not resolved overnight.  At Lighthouse, our teams of interventionists, therapists, and clinicians recognize and acknowledge the challenges that will be encountered through treatment, and we are there to support your loved one every step of the way.

The Best Addiction Recovery Centers For Your Loved One

Many people perceive addiction as a lifestyle or a choice someone makes to abuse drugs.  However, many people who battle addiction live in shame and sometimes denial. Furthermore, the feelings of shame will influence someone’s willpower to seek treatment.  So, at Recovery Centers of America, we understand that these false beliefs and stereotypes stigmatize addiction.

We dedicate ourselves to advocating for our patients’ rights.  In addition to providing evidence-based treatment, we offer seminars and support group services to educate communities regarding addiction and substance abuse.  We are on a mission to create a more accepting environment for those suffering from these chronic illnesses.

For more information on selecting programs for heroin recovery and additional services, please contact our addiction recovery center at Lighthouse today by calling 1-800-RECOVERY.

Authored by

Dillon McClernon

Dillon McClernon

Dillon currently serves as the Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at RCA. After his tenure as Chief Communications Officer and senior advisor to RCA, he opted for a full-time position at RCA where he could build a new team linking sales and marketing to directly impact RCA’s mission of saving 1 million lives.


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