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Valium Addiction Treatment Center


Substance Abuse Treatment

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Valium is a benzodiazepine drug and prescription medication. Most often, Valium is prescribed to treat anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures. It may also be used for sedation purposes, before medical procedures, and for alcohol withdrawals. While it can be used safely when taken as prescribed by a medical professional, Valium has a high potential for abuse. If you or someone else in your life is abusing Valium, a Valium addiction treatment center can help. So, you might ask, how does one identify a potential addiction to Valium, and what does treatment for Valium addiction look like? 

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Who Benefits From Drug Rehab for Valium Addiction?

There are two ways a Valium addiction may start. The first is that someone may abuse Valium when it is prescribed to them, taking more as intended, taking it for longer than intended, or otherwise misusing the drug. The second way Valium addiction may begin is when someone takes Valium even if it is not prescribed to them. One may buy it on the street, take someone else’s prescription, or otherwise illegally access the drug. A person who shows signs and symptoms of valium addiction is most likely to benefit from a Valium substance abuse program. Learning about the signs and symptoms of valium misuse can help you identify a problem in yourself or someone you know.

Signs & Symptoms

Misusing Valium is dangerous and can have serious repercussions. Someone with a Valium addiction may display the following signs.

  • Engaging in dangerous behaviors such as driving while taking Valium
  • Doctor shopping, stealing, forging prescriptions, or engaging in other illegal activities to obtain Valium
  • Difficulty maintaining responsibilities, such as those associated with work or school, due to Valium use
  • Continuing to use Valium despite negative effects on interpersonal relationships or other important parts of life
  • Needing to use higher and higher amounts of Valium to achieve desired effects (increased tolerance)
  • Social isolation or withdrawal from loved ones due to Valium use 
  • Loss of interest in or cutting back on hobbies due to Valium use
  • Taking Valium in larger doses than initially planned
  • An uptick in secretive behaviors
  • Legal consequences
  • Cravings 
  • Job loss 

A range of other physical and psychological symptoms may indicate Valium use.

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Causes of Valium Addiction

There’s no singular known cause of Valium addiction, but some factors can increase the risk. Risk factors that increase the likelihood of valium addiction include but aren’t limited to the following.  

  • Personal history of substance abuse or other mental health concerns (e.g, depression) 
  • Environmental and social factors, such as easy access to Valium or peer pressure 
  • Family history of a substance use disorder 

Regardless of the cause, a valium addiction treatment center can help you or your loved one 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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Valium Substance Abuse Program Types

Valium addiction treatment can take various forms. When you consult a potential Valium addiction treatment center, they may discuss the levels of care available to yourself or a loved one. Effective treatment programs typically involve therapy, creating a long-term relapse prevention, and other practices, some of which may depend on the level of care you attend. Here are the levels of care often used for valium addiction.

Residential inpatient

Residential inpatient means that you will live at a treatment facility for the duration of your Valium addiction treatment program. It is an intensive form of care that provides 24/7 support and structures your day to help you meet treatment goals. In residential inpatient, you'll participate in therapy, engage in group activities, and work with supportive staff members to meet your goals. Many clients transition to outpatient care after attending residential inpatient, though not all. Residential inpatient care can be ideal because it allows you to exit your current daily routine and helps you build a plan for success upon discharge.


Outpatient care means that you will live outside of a treatment facility (at home or elsewhere) for the duration of your treatment. You will instead go to the treatment facility multiple times a week for therapy, groups, and other parts of your unique treatment plan at the Valium drug rehab center you attend. Typically, outpatient treatment involves a time commitment of under twenty hours per week. 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 care.

Partial Hospitalization

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are structured similarly to other outpatient programs in the sense that they do not require you to live at a treatment facility. However, partial hospitalization programs offer a higher level of support than other outpatient programs. PHP involves a time commitment of twenty or more hours per week. A common example of a PHP schedule would be that someone goes to their Valium addiction treatment center five days per week for six to eight hours per day. 

Dual diagnosis

The term "dual diagnosis" is used when someone presents with a substance use disorder and another mental health condition. It is designed to address both substance misuse and other concerns an individual faces. This can be crucial when relevant to an individual, as many people with substance use disorders face underlying or addiction mental health challenges. Dual diagnosis treatment can be applied to any level of care at a Valium addiction treatment center. 

Withdrawals from Valium and other drugs can be uncomfortable or even dangerous. Medical detoxification allows you to get off of substances in a safe, supportive environment with medical staff present. Not everyone attends detox before entering a Valium addiction treatment program, but it is common to do so.

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Our Programs: Finding a Valium Addiction Treatment Center

If you’re looking for a valium addiction treatment center, you’re in the right place. Centric Behavioral Health offers substance abuse, mental health, and dual diagnosis treatment in the United States. We provide residential inpatient, outpatient, PHP, medical detox, and dual diagnosis services, as well as aftercare and supportive housing programs. To make our programs accessible, we accept most major insurance companies and have multiple facilities. When you contact Centric Behavioral Health, we can verify your insurance coverage and answer other questions you may have about treatment.

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.