Memphis Fentanyl Addiction Rehab Center

Treating You, Not Just Your Addiction

Fentanyl is an extremely dangerous synthetic opiate that is 100 times more potent than heroin. Only 3 milligrams of fentanyl can be enough to cause a fatal overdose. If you are struggling with addiction to fentanyl, then it is crucial that you take steps today to overcome it.

Grace Land Recovery in Memphis offers a variety of fentanyl addiction recovery programs that can help you find a stable, sober tomorrow. We see you as an individual in need of help and support, not a case number. This means that we create recovery a rehab program that uses treatment methods specifically chosen for you, which allows us to treat both the addiction and any underlying concerns that worsen or trigger it. Together, we can show you the path to the comfortable sobriety that you have always deserved.

Please call (901) 519-2655 or contact us online.

We Believe in Treating the Individual, Not Just the Addiction

Signs of Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl is rarely taken on its own due to its extreme potency. Instead, it is most often laced into other substances. Because fentanyl is “hidden” in this way, many people who have become addicted to it do not even realize it. This situation makes the first step of recovering more of a challenge, so it is important to keep an eye open for the warning signs of fentanyl addiction, either experienced firsthand or in a close friend or family member.

Warning signs of a forming fentanyl addiction include:

  • Constantly thinking about the next dose of fentanyl.
  • Not feeling happy unless high on fentanyl.
  • Unable to eat unless having recently used fentanyl.
  • Spending too much money on the habit.
  • Using fentanyl even after suffering a medical crisis due to it.
  • Breaking the law to fund the addiction.

Severe Fentanyl Addiction Side Effects

As mentioned, fentanyl can cause a fatal overdose in most adults when just 3 milligrams or more are taken in a short period of time. However, the drug has the potential to cause severe side effects and harm in smaller doses. The risk of side effects worsens each time the drug is taken, too, so it becomes more and more dangerous as time goes on.

Dangerous health consequences of fentanyl abuse include:

  • Heart failure
  • Respiratory failure
  • Seizures
  • Hypotension
  • Vomiting and nausea
  • Extreme confusion

If someone is experiencing any dangerous side effects of fentanyl use, then 911 must be called immediately. In most states and situations, drug charges cannot be brought against someone who seeks emergency medical attention for overdosing on an illegal narcotic.

Treatments We Offer

We have a wide variety of treatments and therapies that can help you overcome your fentanyl addiction, including drug detox. For people who are struggling with a potent substance that can cause severe withdrawal symptoms, drug detox should be used to make sure that withdrawals do not become dangerous. During detox, you will be in a safe, secure medical setting with constant support and supervision from our specialists. We can respond immediately if withdrawals become dangerous or painful, so you can be confident that you can make it through this part of recovery, which is often called the most difficult step.

Other treatments that can help after detox is completed include:

Make the First Call Today

Your journey to healthy sobriety should begin today, especially if a substance as dangerous as fentanyl is standing between you and happiness. Please let Grace Land Recovery in Memphis know what is going on by dialing (901) 519-2655. We can discuss how we can help you through a professional rehab program that is designed to meet your needs and expectations, giving you the best chance of recovering from addiction.


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Our mission is to help individuals achieve sobriety by getting to the root of their addiction issues. We also aim to treat the minds, bodies, and souls of our patients.

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