Heroin use disorder (HUD) affects thousands of people in the U.S. today. Even though the percentage of people using the opioid is less than 2%, it’s still thousands of people. And as with any statistic, this number matters a lot more when it affects you or your loved ones personally.
While addiction to or dependency on heroin isn’t curable, it is treatable with medically approved, evidence-supported rehabilitation programs.
It can be hard to admit that you have a problem you can’t solve on your own. Health care providers and other professionals are available to work with you on your journey to sober living.
If you’re curious about heroin addiction treatment, keep reading to learn:
- What happens during heroin rehab
- What to expect after heroin treatment
- Where to find heroin addiction treatment centers
- The cost of treatment