About Addiction Treatment

About-Addiction-TreatmentThe road to recovery starts the minute someone decides they are willing to do whatever it takes to get clean and sober from their addiction. Often times the first step in this journey is going to a detox center followed by a residential treatment program.

What is Drug Detox?

The United States Department of Health and Human Services acknowledges three steps in a drug detoxification process:
  • Evaluation: Upon beginning drug detoxification, a patient is first tested to see which specific substances are presently circulating in their bloodstream and the amount. Clinicians also evaluate the patient for potential co-occurring disorders, dual diagnosis, and mental/behavioral issues.
  • Stabilization: In this stage, the patient is guided through the process of detoxification. This may be done with or without the use of medications but for the most part the former is more common. Also part of stabilization is explaining to the patient what to expect during treatment and the recovery process. Where appropriate, people close to the addict are brought in at this time to become involved and show support.
  • Guiding Patient into Treatment: The last step of the detoxification process is to ready the patient for the actual recovery process. As drug detoxification only deals with the physical dependency and addiction to drugs, it does not address the psychological aspects of drug addiction. This stage entails obtaining agreement from the patient to complete the process by enrolling in a drug rehabilitation program.

The Benefits of Inpatient Residential Drug Treatment Programs

You are taking a huge leap forward when making the commitment to attend an inpatient drug treatment program. There are many benefits to choosing Residential Treatment that often times make it the best choice for many individuals suffering from an addiction. The benefits occur on physical, psychological, and emotional levels.
    • Some of the physical benefits include a supervised medical detox, daily exercise, and a comfortable environment.
    • There are an abundance of psychological issues treated with cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, and individual counseling.
    • The emotional benefits of attending a residential program are often overlooked. Being away from home alleviates the stresses of everyday life(bills, work, etc) allowing you to focus solely on your recovery.
In an inpatient drug rehab or residential rehab facility, you are immersed 24/7, absorbing and learning. If you have underlying mental health issues, inpatient treatment can be the best place to discover what those issues are and how to treat them.Deciding if you are a good candidate for inpatient drug or alcohol treatment may not be a decision you can make alone. Many treatment facilities and counselors can assist you in assessing the degree of your addiction and whether inpatient or outpatient care is necessary.

Whatever path to recovery you choose, our staff has access to hundreds of treatment centers to assure the best personalized treatment for you, then with continued follow up to help you make the transition to sober living as seamless as possible.

Our trained staff of professionals are qualified to help you assess what type of treatment will be the best fit to ensure you or your loved one gets the help you need.

But how does one go about finding the right program?

If this all looks very overwhelming....it is! But that's what we are here for. Call us at 888-205-8608 and we can help make this process much easier. We will narrow down all of these aspects and find the best program for you or your loved one with all your concerns considered. It's as simple as making that first call. And the best part is that we are a free service. The road to recovery starts here!

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