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Percocet (Oxycodone) Addiction & Treatment

At Victory Bay, our mission is to help you recover from Oxycodone in an environment where you are loved and respected by everyone.


No matter how far into your addiction you’ve or what led you to this point, we believe that there is a way to break the cycle of addiction and reclaim your life free of Oxycodone. In essence, our Oxycodone rehab center is designed to meet your needs and take you from where you are to where you want to be.


Likewise, since every addiction and experience is different, we work with you to develop a customized treatment plan based on comprehensive assessments made by our team of dedicated professionals.


We utilize a wide range of methods and treatments and combine them in a holistic approach that heals your mind, body, and spirit.

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About Percocet (Oxycodone) Use & Addiction

Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opioid that is usually prescribed for moderate to severe pain. This drug is similar to other opioids like fentanyl and morphine and in addition to relieving pain, can also cause a euphoric “high” effect. These tablets can be taken orally, crushed and snorted, or dissolved and injected, but no matter which way they’re used, they can easily lead to Percocet addiction.


Because of Oxycodone strength, it’s easy for users to develop an addiction. In fact, in 2010, the Substance Abuse and Health Services Administration reported that 182,748 visits to U.S. emergency rooms were due to the use or misuse of oxycodone products, including OxyContin.


Because Percocet affects the nervous system, it can help users control their pain, however, over time, that feeling can become tolerated and a higher dosage is necessary to achieve the same feeling. This can be dangerous. In fact, opioid pain relievers such as Percocet kill more people annually than heroin or cocaine.


Many different prescription medications contain the synthetic opiate Oxycodone. They are all used for the same purpose – as pain medicine – and all carry the same effects of dependence from long-term use.


Medications that contain oxycodone include:


  • Percocet: Percocet, also known as “perks” is a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen that is prescribed for moderate to severe pain relief.
  • Roxicet: Roxicet (otherwise known as “Roxy”) is a brand-name drug that combines oxycodone and acetaminophen.
  • OxyContin: OxyContin is an extended-release form of oxycodone that is usually prescribed for severe pain in those who are in need of more powerful treatment.

The Dangers of Percocet (Oxycodone)

Even when combined with a non-narcotic treatment, oxycodone can have both physical and psychological effects on those who use the drug. OxyContin is considered highly addictive and comes with a greater risk of overdose if crushed, chewed, or dissolved.


Abuse of the drug can lead to dangerous short-term and long-term effects and an overall need for oxycodone treatment. These effects include:


  • A warming sensation
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Anxiety relief
  • Overall relaxation
  • A state of euphoria
  • Sedation
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What to Expect

We will begin by coordinating your arrival to our facility. Victory Bay will work with you to ensure you are transported safely and quickly to our well-maintained facility. Once you have arrived at the center, you can expect to be greeted by our professional addiction treatment staff who will be expecting your arrival.If you are hungry – or maybe a little nervous – you can expect to receive a welcome meal, snack and a drink.


What You Will Learn

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Life Skills

Through life skills training and vocational rehabilitation, clients can get their lives back on track.

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Stress & Trigger Management

By learning the proper stress and trigger coping mechanisms, clients will be able to manage these feelings to continue their best life - sober.

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Life Balance

Life does not have to be a balancing act! With us, clients will learn to appropriately manage all aspects of their lives, in whichever way it works best for them. You come first, not your addiction.


Detox is the first step toward recovery, where trained medical professionals will monitor clients' overall health and well-being. The next step to ensure a better chance of recovery is residential care, where clients attend group therapy sessions, individualized therapy sessions, and educational programs on mental health, addiction, nutrition, and more.



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Are you or someone you love addicted to Percocet (oxycodone) and need help?