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New Life Heroin Dependency Centre

Antioch, California - USA (Contra Costa County)

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You may think that heroin addiction and dependency is the same thing. There is, however, a difference. Heroin is an opioids derivative, which means that drugs such as Oxycontin contain the same base ingredient. A person may be addicted to heroin, but have more of a dependency (or what they perceive to be a dependency) on another type of opioids substance.

It doesn't really matter what the offending substance, the fact is that heroin addiction and dependency, as well as any other type of addiction or dependency, must be treated. And, the New Life Heroin Dependency Centre in Antioch, California, does just that.

There are other heroin addiction treatment centers in Antioch, California, but New Life is one that offers residential treatment. This means that a patient will remain at the facility, without leaving, for a certain length of time. This is sometimes referred to as inpatient treatment.

Inpatient treatment can be very successful as part of the overall protocol for heroin addiction. Being in a residential facility means a patient does not have access to heroin from outside sources, because frequently outside contact is severely limited during the initial inpatient treatment phase. This helps the patient learn how to deal with the urges that come from heroin addiction, and eventually work toward becoming free of heroin addiction and dependency.

For more information on the residential treatment program at New Life Heroin Dependency Center in Antioch, you can enter into a search engine or call 1-888-565-6401. We will be glad to answer any questions you may have, and believe you will see that this is the right facility for you or someone with a heroin addiction.

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