Fentanyl Rehab In Huntington Beach


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introduction to Fentanyl

The Orange County Health Care Agency produced a report in 2022 that investigated the prevalence of drug and alcohol-related deaths, emergency room (ER) visits, and hospitalizations. When we look at emergency room admissions for drugs and alcohol, the most commonly used substance is opioids in Orange County. In 2019, opioids and stimulants had similar frequencies. For 2020, opioids were followed by stimulants, cannabis, sedatives, cocaine, and—lastly—hallucinogens.

The category of opioids includes prescription pain medication, heroin, and fentanyl. Seeing that opioids are the biggest cause of ER visits, we can safely assume that there is county-wide concern regarding opioid use. This knowledge allows professionals to take appropriate steps for prevention, education, and treatment.

Ocean Coast Recovery Center is a fentanyl rehab in Huntington Beach, California. Our treatment center can provide you with detoxification and inpatient treatment. Our programs are customized to fit your needs in recovery. This can include dual-diagnosis treatment if you are living with another mental health concern. To learn more about how Ocean Coast Recovery Center can support you, call (866) 456-2812 today.

Safe & Comfortable


Detoxification is often the first step in the treatment process, where we assist you through withdrawals with medications and other comforts that ease the process.


Residential Inpatient

The residential inpatient program at Ocean Coast Recovery was designed to be about you and your needs when it comes to treating substance abuse. We offer 30, 60, and 90+ day options knowing that the longer the stay, the higher the chances of success in recovery.

Ensuring Long-Lasting Recovery


Obtaining long-term recovery is made possible by aftercare. After you leave inpatient treatment, Ocean Coast Recovery is here for you with aftercare programs. 

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What is Fentanyl?

Fentanyl is an opioid that can be used as a pain medication for individuals who are in severe pain. This can be used in a patch or a lozenge. Because of its addictive nature, fentanyl is not intended for long-term use. The medical version of fentanyl is different from the fentanyl that we hear about on the news. Fentanyl can also be found in illicit drugs, sometimes without any knowledge of its use. Fentanyl is cheap to make and is often mixed in with drugs, such as cocaine and heroin, to cut the overhead cost. Fentanyl is 50-100 more powerful than morphine which explains the associated risk of an overdose. 

Individuals who overdose on fentanyl may not be responsive to naloxone (sold under brand names such as Narcan and Kloxxado), which is an opioid overdose reversal medication that saves lives.

If you have been struggling with drugs or alcohol, you may benefit from a Huntington Beach fentanyl rehab. Our detox program will provide you with 24/7 medical supervision which allows our staff to support you and monitor for known complications. Our inpatient treatment program can range from 30 to 90 days, depending on your needs. To learn more about how Ocean Coast Recovery Center can support you, call (866) 456-2812 now.

the impact

How Does Fentanyl Impact the Body?

Fentanyl impacts our bodies similarly to other opioids. When opioids are taken, it causes our brains to release a natural chemical, called dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that is associated with the reward system in our brain which contributes to the development of an addiction.

Additionally, opioids can reduce or soften the physical pain that a person is experiencing. Opioids can have a calming effect that can minimize any uncomfortable emotions that we may be feeling at the time.

Ocean Coast Recovery Center provides fentanyl addiction treatment in Huntington Beach, California. We utilize a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and skills groups to prepare you for your recovery. Our staff will work with you to develop an aftercare plan that will provide you with the support needed when you return home. Call (866) 456-2812 to speak with an Ocean Coast Recovery Center representative today.

Premiere Addiction Treatment

Ocean Coast Recovery is not the typical substance abuse provider. We believe that no matter what, a person should be guided to the help they need. Our program works with most health insurance carriers to help lower any out-of-pocket costs that could be associated with treatment. Our goal is to get you on your path to recovery as quickly and safely as possible.

the signs of Fentanyl abuse

What Are the Signs of Fentanyl Abuse?

When someone is abusing fentanyl or any other opioids, there will be immediate physical symptoms that indicate that the person may be impaired. This can include:

If you are looking for a Huntington Beach fentanyl treatment program, we encourage you to call (866) 456-2812 to speak with an Ocean Coast Recovery Center representative. You could part-take in a detoxification and inpatient rehab program steps away from Huntington Beach. Our facility will provide you with comfort and allow you to feel at home while working on your recovery. To learn more about how Ocean Coast Recovery Center can support you, call (866) 456-2812 today.

What People Say About Ocean Coast Recovery

Stories of Hope & Recovery

Ocean Coast Recovery Center is the best place you could choose in Orange County when looking for a quality drug rehab program. Everyone from the admissions team to therapists and techs truly care about the outcomes. I'd suggest OCRC any day of the week!
Cindy M.
When I was looking for a drug rehab in Orange County I came across Ocean Coast Recovery Center, and I am beyond grateful I did! From the first day I felt like my recovery was in good hands and I can't thank them enough!
Jake K.
What else can you say about OCRC? It's 2 blocks from the beach. They have an individual program, delicious meals, caring staff and they go above and beyond for each and every client that walks through the doors.
Joseph L.
Ocean Coast Recovery was truly an experience in care and compassion. From our first call, we knew we found our son the place that would finally help him and his individual needs. I can't thank you enough for helping us get our son back!
Joanne J.

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How Do I Know If I Am Addicted to Fentanyl?

If someone is physically dependent on an opioid, it does not necessarily mean that they are addicted to opioids. As an example, someone may be prescribed pain medications and take them as prescribed. You could develop a physical dependency which would cause withdrawal symptoms; however, this is not a guarantee for an addiction. Additionally, some of the signs that we will list can be signs of another mental health struggle such as anxiety, depression, and trauma-related concerns. If you are worried about a loved one, be mindful of how you approach them regarding your concerns.

Signs that someone may be struggling with an addiction to fentanyl or other opioids include:

  • Insomnia
  • Unintended weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Bursts of energy
  • Decline in personal hygiene
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Poor concentration
  • Irritability
  • Moodiness
  • Anger, aggression, or hostility
  • Experiencing shame and guilt about drug use

Ocean Coast Recovery Center is a fentanyl rehab center in Huntington Beach, California. Our facility can provide you with detoxification services and inpatient rehab care. Our staff will meet with you to customize your treatment plan and ensure that your treatment needs are being met. Additionally, our staff will help you develop a thorough and comprehensive aftercare program that can guide you when you return home. Call (866) 456-2812 to speak with a representative today.

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More Information About Ocean Coast Recovery in Huntington Beach

If you or a loved one has been struggling with an opioid use disorder, you have likely noticed that addiction touches every part of our lives. This can include our mental health, physical health, family, friendships, career, finances, and spirituality. When it comes to your recovery, it is important to address all of these areas.

At Ocean Coast Recovery Center, we can provide you with detoxification and inpatient rehab treatment. Detoxification programs are the first step for many people. If you have been struggling with an addiction, your body will experience a shock when you stop. This can lead to discomfort, pain, and potential health risks. Detox programs are staffed with medical professionals who will monitor your vitals and symptoms to ensure your safety and well-being. Additionally, you will receive kindness, compassion, and encouragement during this challenging step in your recovery.

The inpatient rehab program at Ocean Coast Recovery Center varies in length from 30 to 90 days and will be determined based on your unique needs. As an example, some individuals who have additional mental health concerns are in treatment longer so that they can receive proper care for both their addiction and their mental health. Our Orange County inpatient rehab program uses a combination of group therapy, individual therapy, and skills groups to build the foundation for your recovery.

Struggling with an addiction can be an isolating experience. While the phone may feel heavy when you are ready to call for help, you are taking a step in the right direction. Choose a Huntington Beach treatment facility that will provide you with the support and encouragement you deserve in your recovery. Ocean Coast Recovery Center is here to support you, call us today at (866) 456-2812.