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Peninsula Heath’s Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Center

Fentanyl is a heavily addictive Opioid drug. However, overcoming Fentanyl abuse is possible, and treatment at Peninsula Health Center can help. If you’re looking for a Fentanyl addiction treatment center for yourself or someone else in your life, Peninsula Health’s physician-led drug rehab is here for you. So, what should you know?

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What Makes Peninsula Health a Leading Fentanyl Drug Rehab?

Peninsula Health Center is unique because it is owned and operated by highly experienced medical professionals. Our team includes medical doctors, psychologists, therapists, holistic wellness professionals, and a range of other providers. Here are some of the other features that set us apart.

No two clients are exactly alike. You or your loved one looking for a Fentanyl addiction treatment center will get a 100% individualized treatment plan at Peninsula Health. We offer free assessments to help our staff better understand the needs of incoming clients. As you progress in treatment, we can adjust your treatment plan and schedule accordingly.

Substance use disorders can co-occur with other mental health concerns, such as trauma, depression, or anxiety. Ideally, these concerns should be addressed alongside substance abuse for the best treatment outcomes. If you or your loved one looking for a Fentanyl addiction treatment center has a co-occurring mental health condition, our dual diagnosis path can help.

Similar to our dual diagnosis path for mental health disorders, Peninsula Health offers safe chronic pain management for clients facing chronic pain. People with chronic pain can be at an advanced risk of abusing Opioid medications like Fentanyl, and appropriate pain management can be incredibly helpful if this is the case.

The experts in our programs use an extensive variety of evidence-based and supportive holistic treatments. Modalities you might engage in during the day, depending on your unique treatment schedule, include but aren’t limited to the following. 

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Movement-Oriented Therapies
  • Integrative Therapies
  • Creative Arts Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Psychoeducation
  • Mindfulness.

We also offer yoga and other activities. To see a sample treatment schedule or inquire about a specific type of therapy, please give Peninsula Health Center a call.

Peninsula Health Center works with most major insurance providers. For example, United Healthcare, Beacon, First Health Network, and Aetna. If we aren’t in-network with your insurance provider, there may be other ways to cover treatment costs. To check on your insurance coverage for care at Peninsula Health, complete our online insurance verification form or get in touch and ask a staff member to help.

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Fentanyl Addiction

Multiple medications are approved by the FDA for the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder. These medications can help can help decrease cravings, manage withdrawal symptoms, lower overdose risk, and improve treatment compliance. While they may go by different names at times — for example, Subutex is buprenorphine in the form of a sublingual tablet — here are some medications used to treat Opioid abuse. 

  • Brixadi (buprenorphine)
  • Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone)
  • Dolophine (methadone hydrochloride)

Research shows that Fentanyl abuse decreases in those who receive MAT for Opioid Use Disorder during their first year of recovery. Ideally, MAT should be combined with therapy so that addiction can be addressed comprehensively. 

Peninsula Health’s addiction treatment programs address substance use disorders from a whole-person perspective and offer MAT in addition to an intensive therapy schedule.


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Fentanyl Abuse Treatment Programs at Peninsula Health

All of Peninsula Health’s programs are outpatient. If you need inpatient care or another service we don’t offer, we can provide a referral. With that in mind, here are the services offered at Peninsula Health and a little bit about how each can help you or your loved one looking for a Fentanyl addiction treatment center.

Partial hospitalization programs are the most intensive kind of outpatient treatment program. It can act as an alternative to inpatient treatment for those who need intensive care but don’t need 24/7 monitoring, or it can act as a step down from inpatient treatment for those who have already completed a residential inpatient program. 

PHP clients at Peninsula Health attend treatment services for 6-8 hours per day, five days per week. Schedules include a combination of twice-weekly individual therapy, groups, family therapy sessions, medication management, and other services. 

Once you’re ready, you can move down to a reduced treatment schedule. We will help you transition back into daily activities and rebuild your life.

Our IOP schedule is less intensive than our PHP schedule, consisting of as few as three treatment hours per treatment day. Intensive outpatient clients at Peninsula Health engage in once-weekly individual therapy alongside groups, family therapy sessions, medication management, and other treatments. 

The reduced time commitment required in IOP can be ideal for those with external priorities such as work or school. If IOP is used as part of a step-down approach, it can also help you transition out of a higher care level, like PHP.

Our outpatient program is even less intensive than IOP, with even fewer treatment hours. Your outpatient schedule will be determined based on your needs, but traditional outpatient programs are usually best for those transitioning out of a higher level of care because of the lower time commitment and level of support.

Sober living is shown to improve recovery outcomes in addiction treatment research. Likely, this is because sober living offers a sense of community and independence paired with a safe and substance-free living space and accountability. 

We offer sober living arrangements and can help you or your loved one seeking Fentanyl addiction treatment find a placement. Staying in sober living can make getting to treatment easier if you’re in an outpatient program, or it can help you sustain sobriety post-treatment.

Aftercare planning is an important part of any addiction treatment program. Before you leave treatment at Peninsula Health Center, we’ll help set you up for success by making a personalized aftercare and relapse prevention plan. Your aftercare plan will be unique to you but may include continued therapy, ongoing medication management, job and education planning, sober living, and support groups.

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