Painkiller Drug Addiction

Safe & Expert Addiction Treatment & Detox

Smarmore Offers Unrivalled Facilities and Medically Managed Detox From Drugs and Alcohol.

Painkiller Addiction & Treatment

At Smarmore Castle, we effectively treat painkillers and opioid drug addiction through an individualised rehab plan which includes care from a Consultant Psychiatrist, detox supervised by a medical team, medical tests and treatment, and psychotherapy sessions – individual and group therapy, and complementary therapies including equine therapy and drumming therapy.  

Addiction to painkillers and opioid medications can have a devastating impact on the life of the user, but with the right help, it is treatable.

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Specific Painkiller Information

For more information on different painkiller drugs and their corresponding addiction treatment programmes, see below:

  • Buprenorphine (Subutex) Addiction
  • Buprenorphine & Naloxone (Suboxone) Addiction
  • Codeine Addiction
  • Fentanyl (Actiq, Duragesic, Sublimaze) Addiction Treatment
  • Hydrocodone (Vicodin) Addiction
  • Methadone Addiction
  • Morphine (Kadian, Avinza) Addiction
  • Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet) Addiction
  • Tramadol (ConZip, Ultram) Addiction

If you or a loved one is struggling with an opioid medication addiction or a painkiller addiction problem, please contact us for advice.

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  • How to Access Rehab With Health Insurance

    For those experiencing existing mental health conditions in Ireland, there are private medical insurers who can help you cover treatment. As addiction experts, we know that receiving the appropriate care and support when you have a mental health disorder is pivotal to attaining long-lasting recovery. Below, we will go through the various health insurance options to help you understand your options when it comes to seeking private residential care for substance abuse. Please note that there is no guarantee that you can be covered for all addiction problems as policies are always assessed on a case-by-case basis. Find Out More

  • My Loved One Doesn’t Want Help, What Do I Do?

    You can’t force someone to go to rehab. At the end of the day, it needs to be their decision because they are the ones that need to be open to turning their lives around. There are ways in which you can encourage someone to enter treatment, one of these ways is via an intervention with a trained interventionist, who facilitates an honest discussion between family members and the addict. This is something Smarmore Castle can arrange – contact us today.

  • Which Drugs Does Smarmore Castle Detox From?

    We can detox people from any drugs whether they are illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, ketamine; or prescription drugs such as benzodiazepines or zopiclone, oxycodone, zolpidem, klonopin, methadone, cannabis; and legal drugs such as alcohol.

  • How Long Is the Treatment Programme?

    Our treatment programme starts at 4 weeks and is flexible in length, giving you the opportunity to extend for a longer period if you need it.

  • Do You Treat Dual Diagnosis?

    All patients are reviewed by a consultant psychiatrist in the first week and we can diagnose and provide treatment for a number of co-occurring mental health conditions.

  • Do I Need to Be Abstinent Before Admission?

    Our medically managed detoxification with 24/7 medical cover means that we can perform complete and complex detoxes at Smarmore Castle. You don’t need to be abstinent before arrival.

  • How Do I Get To Rehab Safely?

    Smarmore Castle is one hour north of Dublin international airport and we can arrange a driver to collect you and bring you straight to us for free.

    We can also arrange a ‘sober transport’ service with a trusted driver, from anywhere in Ireland or Northern Ireland, at an additional cost.

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