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LGBTQ+ Prescription Drug Addiction Rehab

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a woman enters an lgbtq prescription drug addiction treatment program Prescription drugs are everywhere you look. Millions of Americans take one or more prescription medications every day. Unfortunately, some of these medications carry a risk of being misused or even addiction. Even people who have medical conditions can find themselves needing help to control their prescription drug use. If you or a loved one has been struggling with misuse, overuse, or other problems related to prescription drugs, you may have questions about prescription drug rehab programs. What happens at a prescription drug addiction treatment center? How can you find prescription drug addiction treatment in Minneapolis? What is LGBTQ+ prescription drug addiction treatment?  

Learning more about LGBTQ+ substance use disorder treatment can help you and your family make informed choices about treatment. Call Pride Institute at 888.408.1625 or reach out online to learn more. 

How Can a Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Center Help? 

People who are dealing with prescription drug addiction may be experiencing a condition called substance use disorder. This condition has, in the past, been the subject of unfair stigma. However, the current understanding of substance use disorder is that it is a chronic but treatable medical condition. People who are living with this condition may sometimes also have other mental or physical health conditions that are impacting their ability to manage their substance use disorder.  

Some of the ways that participating in a prescription drug rehab program can help people experiencing substance use disorder are: 

  • Access to individual and group therapy 
  • Education about substances and substance use disorder 
  • Help with treatment for co-occurring disorders such as depression or anxiety 
  • Engaging with peers and alumnx who have had similar backgrounds and experiences 
  • Development of healthy coping skills and resilience 
  • Medication management 
  • Continuing care after the intensive phase of treatment is complete 

Participating in a treatment program can significantly improve the chances of successfully overcoming prescription drug addiction. 

What Is LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Treatment and How Is It Different? 

In many ways, LGBTQ+-specific treatment programs are similar to general treatment programs for substance use disorder. However, the LBGTQ community does have unique needs when it comes to treatment for substance abuse. Although many more places than ever before are welcoming to people of all identities and orientations, LGBTQ+-specific programs have been developed with the special circumstances of the LGBTQ+ community in mind. Clients can relax and focus on their own recovery while feeling comfortable and celebrated as their authentic selves. Also, LGBTQ+-specific treatment programs are prepared for all kinds of familial involvement, including that of ‘chosen’ families. 

How Can You Find LGBTQ+ Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment in Minneapolis? 

Pride Institute has been serving the recovery care needs of the LGBTQ+ community since 1986. Our treatment centers in Minneapolis and nearby Eden Prairie offer our clients access to programming that has been specially designed for members of the LGBTQ+ community who are looking to change their relationship with substances. We offer programs at all levels of care so that our clients will be able to access the treatment they need in a way that works for them. Our staff is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive environment so our clients can walk their recovery path as their most authentic selves. 

Find LGBTQ+-Focused Help for Prescription Drug Addiction in Minneapolis at Pride Institute  

If you or a loved one has been struggling with prescription drug use or addiction, don’t wait to seek help. The best time to reach out for assistance is right now. Addiction can seem overwhelming, but with the appropriate care and support, recovery is possible. Get in touch with our caring and compassionate staff today at 888.408.1625 or online and learn how we can help you and your family start your journey to recovery. Even if you have tried quitting before and it didn’t work, try again. You and your loved ones are worth it.