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Living with dependency is an awful, unhappy life experience for the many people who suffer from dependency to drugs and/or alcohol, and also for those who have loved ones suffering from dependency to drugs and/or alcohol. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a treatment method intended to help addicts come to terms with their addiction, learn to recognize and steer clear of triggers that cause them to use, and learn to live life as a recovering addict. To address the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs of all their clients, people should seek a rehab center that offers individualized rehab plans. Customized rehabilitation plans offer a wholesome, compassionate setting for addicts who are willing to begin the process of recovery.
What We Can Do
A person who is so profoundly addicted to a drug, or to alcohol, that they’re going to hurt not only themselves, but will harm people they love, clearly suffers from an insidious, scary disease. Though there is no wonder “cure” for dependency, people who enter certified, accredited rehabilitation centers experience the most success in their recovery. Effective treatment plans aren’t only fact-based, but also medically proven. Great rehab treatment centers include individual and group therapy sessions, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step groups, behavioral modeling, and all the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility. For details regarding interventions, detox, rehab programs, and dependency in general, or for help with addiction, or to help a family member with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, call us at 725-527-7939.
How Can Drug Rehab Help?
Since some addicts may not understand their dependency on drugs and alcohol is a problem, or might be resistant to treatment, intervention is generally the first step in their recovery. An intervention is an organized, planned event in which the addict’s friends, family members, and loved ones meet so as to confront the addict regarding their drug and alcohol use, present the addict with specific examples of how they have harmed themselves or others, and to urge them to enter a treatment center. We recommend utilizing a professional interventionist to plan an effective intervention. It is very important to remember that an intervention is not rehabilitation. Therefore, an intervention won’t stop the addict from using drugs and/or alcohol by itself. If followed right away by treatment, interventions are efficient, powerful tools for helping loved ones. Detox is another step of treatment that many - although, not all - addicts could require prior to treatment. Detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised process that is meant to moderate many of the worst parts of withdrawal. For many addicts, this process will require certain medicines, or an IV for hydration and nutrition. Detox is incredibly vital for people that were hooked on alcohol and opiates, along with specific other drugs, due to the fact that withdrawal from those drugs can actually be deadly without clinical assistance. “Cold turkey” is not just inappropriate, but it is also fatal for some people.
It is very important to understand that detox is not rehabilitation. Detox can only help an addict withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol, not end the addiction. We want to help you find healthy, effective rehabilitation for people in all levels of addiction. Their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. We want to help you find the most powerful, effective rehabilitation by assessing the nature of the dependency, any contributing psychological components (including co-occurring disorders), and the most beneficial path to recovery for each individual client.