Substance Abuse


Learn more about oxycodone substance abuse treatment and how we can help you quit abusing drugs & alcohol for good.


Substance Abuse Treatment

Looking for an Oxycodone Addiction Treatment Center?

Oxycodone is a highly addictive prescription painkiller and Opioid drug. Addictions to prescription painkillers like Oxycodone can have different origins. Regardless of why your addiction started, it’s imperative to get help once you know you have a problem. An Oxycodone addiction treatment center can help. 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 Oxycodone Addiction?

Knowing the signs and symptoms of Oxycodone addiction can help you identify them in yourself or a loved one. Having an Oxycodone addiction is dangerous and can result in serious consequences, but recovery is possible. Those who experience signs and symptoms of Oxycodone addiction are likely to benefit from treatment. 


The signs of Oxycodone addiction are similar to the signs of addiction to other Opioid drugs. Signs of Oxycodone addiction include but aren't limited to the following. 

  • Spending a large portion of time obtaining, using, or recovering from the effects of Oxycodone
  • Using Oxycodone in dangerous situations, such as while one is driving or operating heavy machinery at work
  • Doctor shopping, stealing, or engaging in other illegal means to obtain Oxycodone 
  • Using larger amounts of Oxycodone than intended or taking Oxycodone for a longer time period than intended
  • Trouble fulfilling responsibilities at work, home, school, or other important areas of life due to Oxycodone use
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms or taking Oxycodone to relieve and avoid withdrawals 
  • Needing higher amounts of Oxycodone than before to achieve desired effects
  • Continuing to use Oxycodone despite continuous interpersonal or social problems
  • Continuing to use Oxycodone despite negative physical or mental health effects 
  • Loss of interest in activities one previously enjoyed due to using Oxycodone
  • Cravings (strong urges to use Oxycodone)
  • An uptick in secretive behavior 

Job loss, legal repercussions, homelessness, and other concerns can result from Oxycodone addiction. Oxycodone use can affect your mental and physical health severely and may lead to a number of additional symptoms. 


Oxycodone addiction and addiction to other Opioid drugs usually makes a person act unlike themselves. Mental and physical symptoms of Oxycodone addiction can include but aren't limited to the following. 

  • Constricted pupils
  • Excessive yawning
  • Changes in weight 
  • Difficulty maintaining personal hygiene
  • Impaired judgment or decision-making skills
  • Memory problems
  • Slowed breathing 
  • Anger or irritability 
  • Mood swings 
  • Itching
  • Fatigue 

Organ damage, overdose, coma, death, and seizures may all occur in those who abuse Oxycodone. If Oxycodone is combined with other drugs, including alcohol, the risk of serious consequences can increase. 

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What Causes Oxycodone Addiction?

Addiction is complex and is rarely due to one factor alone. That said, while there’s no singular cause of Oxycodone addiction, there are known factors that increase the likelihood that someone will have an addiction. Risk factors for Oxycodone addiction include but are not limited to the following. 

  • Family history: If you have an immediate family member with a substance use disorder, you may be more likely to face one yourself.
  • Personal history: If you have a history of substance abuse or other mental health concerns (e.g., depression), you’re more likely to face Oxycodone addiction. 
  • Environmental and social factors: Peer pressure, easy access to Oxycodone, and other environmental or social factors can increase the risk of Oxycodone addiction. 

Research suggests that certain populations, such as people who have experienced poverty, are at a greater risk of Oxycodone addiction. The right Oxycodone addiction treatment center will promote whole-person healing and help you get to a better place. 

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Centric Behavioral Health facilities work with most major health insurance carriers in order to provide effective, accessible treatment options for substance abuse and mental health.

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Oxycodone Addiction Substance
Abuse Program Options

Evidence-based practices are critical in drug rehab for Oxycodone addiction. An effective Oxycodone addiction substance abuse program will help you address underlying concerns, such as trauma or comorbid mental health conditions, provide a range of therapies in individual and group settings, explore coping skills, and create a relapse prevention plan. You may encounter one or more of the following levels of care in your recovery journey. 

Residential inpatient

Residential inpatient treatment provides 24/7 support and supervision. When a client attends a residential inpatient Oxycodone drug rehab center, they eat, sleep, and live at their treatment facility for the duration of their care. This allows a person to focus on their recovery in a supportive environment, attend multiple therapies (typically, individual group, and family therapy), engage in restorative or otherwise beneficial reaction activities, and access care from a range of treatment staff. Many people prefer to start with residential inpatient treatment because it temporarily removes them from the environments where they have used drugs in the past. The length of inpatient stays can vary based on your needs and other factors, like insurance coverage. 


Outpatient care allows you to live outside of a treatment facility (at home or elsewhere) for the duration of your substance abuse program. Instead, you'll commute to the treatment facility multiple times a week for therapy, groups, and other parts of your treatment plan at the Oxycodone drug rehab center you attend. Outpatient treatment usually involves a time commitment of under twenty hours per week, but this can vary based on how intensive your program is. Some people step down to a lower level of care like an outpatient program after exiting a residential inpatient program, whereas others start out with outpatient or intensive outpatient (IOP) care. 

Partial hospitalization

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are designed to give clients a level of care higher than outpatient programs but lower than residential inpatient programs. Typically, PHP requires a time commitment of around twenty or more hours per week. The partial hospitalization programs at Centric Behavioral Health allow clients to participate in treatment six to eight hours per day, five days per week. 

Dual diagnosis

The term "dual diagnosis" describes the presence of both a substance use disorder and one or more additional mental health conditions. Dual-diagnosis treatment can occur in residential inpatient, PHP, or outpatient settings. When someone participates in a dual diagnosis treatment program, they work with professionals to address substance abuse and other mental health concerns to promote whole-person healing. 

Medical detoxification provides an opportunity to detox from substances with the help of supportive medical professionals. Coming off of Oxycodone and other drugs can be dangerous and uncomfortable due to withdrawal symptoms, which sometimes keeps clients stuck in the cycle of addiction. Medical detoxification helps you take the initial leap safely. Many people attend drug and alcohol detoxification before entering a treatment program, but not all. 

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Our Programs: Finding an Oxycodone
Addiction Treatment Center

If you’re looking for an Oxycodone addiction treatment center, you’re in the right place.

Centric Behavioral Health offers client-centered residential inpatient, outpatient, PHP, dual diagnosis, and detoxification programs. We also provide supportive housing and aftercare. To make our programs accessible, Centric Behavioral Health accepts most major insurance companies and has multiple locations in the United States. 

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.