Call for Treatment (888) 608-0011

“How Can I Get Help for PCP Addiction?” Learn More about PCP Rehab

“How Can I Get Help for PCP Addiction?” Learn More about PCP Rehab

Are you using PCP (phencyclidine)?  If you’ve been using it long enough, you might be experiencing some side effects, like paranoia, decreased sensitivity to pain, memory problems, and suicidal thoughts.  If so, you might be asking yourself some hard questions, like: Am I addicted to PCP? How hard is it to quit PCP? Can I go to rehab for PCP?  Will my insurance cover PCP rehab?

PCP addiction is real, and it can be very difficult to overcome.  If you can’t stop using or thinking about using PCP, if you’re stealing or hurting others in order to get more, if you’re finding yourself changing how you act, who you hang out with, and how you feel, or if you just can’t function without PCP, there is a very good chance that you are addicted.  For a full evaluation, contact Archstone Recovery to speak to an admissions specialist about whether you need to go to PCP rehab.  Your admissions specialist can help you work out the details of how to get PCP rehab, including dealing with your insurance company so you don’t have to.

Archstone Recovery Center of the Palm Beaches is a full-service, state-of-the-art drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility that offers a wide range of options for PCP addiction treatment, including detox, partial hospitalization, residential, outpatient, transitional care, and extended care programs.  Archstone Recovery is located in sunny Lantana, Florida, near the Atlantic coast and conveniently close to Palm Beach International Airport, making it easy for PCP addicts from New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Baltimore (MD), Washington DC, New England, Florida (FL), and all over the United States to access the beautiful, serene Archstone Recovery campus.  With a holistic approach that treats you as a whole person, a proven twelve-step recovery program, and caring doctors, therapists, and staff, Archstone Recovery is the right option to help you quit PCP for good.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *