At Blueprints for Recovery, we know how important it is for our residents
to receive the attention, care, and support they need for whatever addiction
they face. Different types of drugs can result in different addictive
behaviors, and opioids can be some of the most dangerous. Fentanyl is
a synthetic pharmaceutical drug intended to act as a pain reliever. However,
like other opioids, Fentanyl is extremely addictive.
Fentanyl abuse can result in several side effects, including slowed breathing,
headaches, dizziness, nausea, itching, and blurred vision. If you or someone
you love is dealing with a Fentanyl addiction, our team at Blueprints
for Recover wants to help.
Ready to take the first step to recovery? Call (888) 744-9969 to get started.
About Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
Our facility treats men between the ages of 18 and 30 with dignity, integrity,
and adventure. We understand how difficult it is to face an opioid addiction,
which is why our 6 to 9-month programs focus on safe, effective treatments
to promote mental health and wellness. When you come to our facility,
we can work with you to find a treatment plan to work with your Fentanyl
At Blueprints for Recovery, we help young men through several different
evidence-based treatments. We understand that everyone recovers from addiction
differently, which is why we focus on using our numerous treatment options
to create a personalized plan for you. Many patients facing drug addiction
deal with depression, trauma, and anxiety. To help with these problems,
and more, we use various adventure therapies,
individual therapy, as well as art therapy,
humanistic therapy, and several other programs.
Our 3-Phase Approach to Drug Abuse
We offer a
3-phase treatment plan to help young men facing addiction to opioids and other drugs, including
Fentanyl. This treatment includes:
Phase 1: During the first phase of treatment, the
residential phase, our residents live at our Northern Arizona facility. This step is crucial
because at our facility residents have accountability, structure, and
Phase 2: In the
transitional living phase, our residents can begin to work or attend school on a part-time basis,
easing into normal life while still receiving necessary treatment.
Phase 3: Lastly, in our
independent living phase our residents can focus more on the support of their family members, therapists,
and other organizations to prepare to leave the facility. While preparing
for the outside world, residents can choose to enroll in school full-time
or take on a full-time job.
Let Us Help You Start Your Journey to Recovery
Drug addiction is a life-altering experience, and our trained professionals
at Blueprints for Recovery understand what you’re facing. Our goal
is to help young men facing addiction to drugs and alcohol through various
tried-and-true therapies. We offer
motivational interviewing, and
dialectical behavior therapy. Our facility accepts most insurances with out of network benefits and
we work hard to ensure our facility provides the small family atmosphere
our residents deserve.
If you are ready to try our cutting-edge program, contact Blueprints for Recoverytoday.