Seeking treatment for benzodiazepine (benzos) addiction is a courageous first step toward reclaiming control of your life. As prescribed medications for anxiety and insomnia, benzos can become a source of dependence and withdrawal challenges when misused or overused. Recognizing the need for professional help is crucial, especially considering the risks of tolerance, dependence, and potential withdrawal symptoms associated with prolonged use. 

Accessing tailored treatment programs and support services like those found at The Grove Recovery can offer individuals the guidance, resources, and compassionate care necessary to navigate the journey toward recovery and renewed health.

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Understanding Benzos Addiction

Benzodiazepines (benzos) are prescribed for anxiety and insomnia, but they carry major addiction risks. Prolonged use can lead to tolerance, dependence, and withdrawal symptoms like anxiety and seizures. High-risk groups include those with a history of substance abuse. Withdrawal should be managed medically to ensure safety.

How to Stop Benzo Addiction

Stopping benzo addiction often requires professional help. Seek support from a healthcare provider experienced in addiction treatment. They can create a tapering schedule to gradually reduce dosage, minimizing withdrawal symptoms. Therapy, support groups, and lifestyle changes are crucial for long-term recovery. Some individuals also benefit from medically supervised detox, inpatient treatment, and intensive outpatient programs.

What Treatments and Support Does The Grove Recovery Offer?

At the Grove, we offer benzos addiction treatment and support, including:

  • Detoxification Services: Our medically supervised detox program provides a safe and comfortable environment for individuals to withdraw from benzos and other substances under the care of experienced medical professionals.
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT): We offer MAT options, such as FDA-approved medications, to help manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms during recovery from benzos addiction.
  • Inpatient Treatment: Our inpatient program provides 24/7 care in a structured environment, allowing clients to focus on their recovery with access to therapy, medical support, and holistic treatments.
  • Outpatient Programs: For those who require flexibility, our outpatient programs offer comprehensive treatment while allowing clients to maintain their daily commitments.
  • Sober Living Support: We provide resources and support for transitioning to sober living environments, offering a supportive community and accountability as individuals continue their journey of recovery.
  • Aftercare Planning: Our team works closely with clients to create personalized aftercare plans, including ongoing therapy, support groups, and relapse prevention strategies, to support long-term sobriety and wellness.

Why Choose The Grove Recovery for Benzos Addiction?

At The Grove, we offer specialized care tailored specifically to your needs. Our experienced team provides compassionate support throughout your journey to recovery. We offer personalized treatment plans, including medically supervised detox and evidence-based therapies. With a focus on holistic wellness, we help you address the root causes of addiction and develop coping skills for lasting sobriety. 

Cost & Insurance Coverage for Benzos Addiction Treatment

We’re committed to providing accessible care to as many people as possible. We accept most insurance plans, and our team can help verify coverage. Costs vary depending on the level of care and specific treatment services needed. For those without insurance, financing options and payment plans are available. 

Get Started with Benzos Addiction Treatment Today

Take the first step toward freedom from benzos addiction. Contact The Grove Recovery now to begin your journey to recovery. Our compassionate team is here to support you every step of the way.

Call us today and one of our specialist can help you get stated and give you the information you need to begin your recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions About Benzos Addiction & Treatment

Benzos enhance the effects of a neurotransmitter called gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), resulting in sedative, hypnotic, anxiolytic, muscle relaxant, and anticonvulsant effects.

Signs of benzos addiction may include increased tolerance, dependence, withdrawal symptoms upon cessation, neglect of responsibilities, and continued use despite negative consequences.

Treatment often involves a combination of medically supervised detoxification, therapy (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy), support groups, and lifestyle changes. Gradual tapering of the medication under medical supervision is also common.

Untreated benzos addiction can lead to severe withdrawal symptoms, including seizures and potentially life-threatening complications. Additionally, it can negatively impact mental and physical health, relationships, and overall quality of life.

The duration and severity of benzo withdrawal can vary depending on factors such as dosage, duration of use, individual physiology, and tapering schedule. Withdrawal symptoms typically peak within the first week and may last several weeks to months.

While there is no “cure” for addiction, it can be effectively managed with appropriate treatment and support. Many individuals achieve long-term recovery and lead fulfilling lives free from benzos addiction with the right help and resources.