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Codeine Addiction Treatment Center


Substance Abuse Treatment

What to Expect at a Codeine Addiction Treatment Center

Codeine belongs to a class of drugs called Opioids. Opioid drugs have a high potential for addiction, and while the origins of a person’s addiction may vary, it is critical to get help once you know you have a problem. The right Codeine addiction treatment center can help you or someone you know get to a better place. So, what should you know about Codeine addiction, and what can you expect in a Codeine substance abuse program? Contact us today to learn more about our top-rated addiction treatment centers near you.

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Who Benefits From Drug Rehab for Codeine Addiction?

Addiction can affect anyone. A person who experiences signs and symptoms of Codeine addiction or misuse is likely to benefit from drug rehab for Codeine addiction. Understanding what those signs and symptoms are can help you identify a Codeine addiction in yourself or someone you know, which is often the first step to getting help. 


You may notice differences in your or your loved one's behavior due to codeine use. Signs of codeine addiction include but aren't limited to the following. 

  • Difficulty maintaining one's responsibilities at work, home, school, or other important areas of life due to Codeine use 
  • Using Codeine when it's dangerous to do so, such as while driving or operating heavy machinery at work
  • Spending a large portion of time obtaining, using, or recovering from the effects of Codeine
  • Trouble fulfilling responsibilities at work, school, home, or other important areas of life due to Codeine use
  • Needing larger amounts of Codeine than before to achieve desired effects
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms or taking Codeine to relieve or avoid withdrawal symptoms
  • Continuing to use Codeine despite continuous interpersonal or social problems
  • Continuing to use Codeine despite negative physical or mental health effects 
  • Loss of interest in activities one used to enjoy due to codeine use 
  • Using Codeine in larger amounts than intended
  • Lying to others about Codeine use

Individuals may consume Codeine in different ways. It could be used on its own, in "lean" (also called sizzurp or purple drank), or in other ways. 


In addition to the signs listed above, you may notice physical or mental symptoms that result from codeine addiction. Symptoms of codeine use may include but are not limited to the following. 

  • Changes in appearance or personal hygiene
  • Fatigue, tiredness, or extreme drowsiness
  • Trouble focusing or concentrating
  • Weight or appetite changes 
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Constricted pupils
  • Blurred vision
  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • Stomach cramps
  • Urinary retention
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Weakness
  • Mood swings
  • Dry mouth
  • Tremors 
  • Seizures

The risk of severe adverse events increases if Codeine is used alongside alcohol or other drugs. Severe adverse events can include but aren't limited to organ damage, coma, overdose, and death. 

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Causes of Codeine Addiction

There’s no singular marked cause of Codeine addiction, and addiction can start in different ways. However, some are more prone to codeine addiction than others. Risk factors that increase the likelihood of codeine addiction can include but aren’t limited to:

  • Personal or family history of substance abuse
  • Personal history of other mental health concerns 
  • Being around others who misuse Codeine
  • Easy access to Codeine
  • Personality traits 

Regardless of the cause of codeine addiction, one of our codeine addiction treatment centers can help. There are different forms of codeine substance abuse programs with distinct features that can help you move toward lasting recovery. 

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Codeine Substance Abuse Program Types

While every codeine addiction treatment center is different, our mental health and addiction facilities all provide personalized programs for clients. Standard levels of care in addiction treatment used in our facilities and others include residential inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs. Learning about each can help you understand what to expect when you enter a codeine drug rehab center.


Medical detoxification can be but is not always a precursor to other treatments. programs at treatment facilities like ours are designed to help clients stop using drugs and alcohol in a safe, supportive medical environment. With care from staff, withdrawals are easier, and clients can stabilize with less risk. 

Residential inpatient

Residential inpatient treatment can be ideal for those facing substance abuse because it provides the most extensive level of supervision and support. When attending a residential treatment center for Codeine addiction, clients eat, sleep, and live at the treatment facility for the duration of the program Residential inpatient allows you to focus on your recovery in a supportive environment, attend multiple therapies (often, individual, group, and family therapy), engage in reaction activities, and get intensive care from a complete range of treatment staff. The length of a residential stay can vary, but most people remain in residential inpatient treatment for one to three months. 


Many clients step down to outpatient care after residential inpatient to help them transition into life outside of a treatment center, though some people choose to start with outpatient care of some kind. The main difference between residential inpatient and outpatient treatment is that clients live outside of their treatment facility when attending outpatient care. In outpatient treatment for Codeine addiction at our centers, clients can choose from a flexible day or night program. Usually, it requires a time commitment of twenty hours per week or less. 

Partial hospitalization

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for addiction and other concerns are similar to other outpatient programs in the sense that clients get to sleep at home. However, PHP provides a higher level of support than standard outpatient care and requires a larger time commitment. For example, the partial hospitalization programs at Centric Behavioral Health facilities have clients attend treatment for six to eight hours daily, five days a week. 

Dual diagnosis

Dual diagnosis is a term used to indicate the presence of a substance use disorder and at least one other mental health disorder. In dual diagnosis treatment programs, clients get help not just for substance abuse but for other relevant mental health concerns. Designed to address a client's mental health needs in a comprehensive manner, dual diagnosis treatment does not refer to a specific level of care. Instead, it can be applied to any level of care, whether someone is in an inpatient, outpatient, or PHP program. 

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Our Programs: Finding a Codeine Addiction Treatment Center

If you’re looking for a codeine addiction treatment center, you’re in the right place. Centric Behavioral Health offers dual diagnosis, residential inpatient, outpatient, PHP, medical detox, supportive housing, and aftercare programs in the United States. We use evidence-based practices such as multiple forms of therapy to help out clients find lasting recovery. If you are looking for addiction treatment services in Florida or near you, Centric Behavioral Health Can help. If you’d like to learn more about our inpatient drug rehab centers, contact us today.