DRUG TREATMENT REHAB
There is a strong reason for action when signs and symptoms of addiction, or dependence, are noticed by family or friends. And yet, getting someone to admit that they are addicted can be a difficult task. We can help you or your loved one understand if begining a drug rehab treatment is the next step.
If they have been an addict for a long period, they may already have some permanent physical and mental damage. However, this does not mean they are without hope and recovery is still possible.
As soon as possible, the next step is to begin a drug addiction rehab treatment program so the healing process can begin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Detox is the first step to beginning the journey of recovery. Many times, an addicts body needs to monitored when they quit using drugs.
Drug Rehab and Treatment is the longer term 28 -90 Day program to learn new life skills for stay drug free.
Since detox can be an uncomfortable process, we have medically assisted detox which is a type of treatment supervised by medical and mental health professionals. Detox under the care of medical professionals helps the person to recover from addiction going through withdrawal in a safe and comfortable environment. Our trained personnel are available to treat complications of the detox process, administer medication to ease the process, and support the mental health of the patient.
Residential Treatment rehab is typically 28- to 35-days in which our clients are engaged in an individual treatment plan by a team of counselors and other professionals. The individual plan is created by assessing your needs based on your background, your drug and alcohol use and your living situation.
When someone has been an alcoholic for a long period, they may already have some permanent physical and mental damage. However, this does not mean they are without hope.
Alcohol addiction treatment programs should be started as early as possible. Like with many diseases, prevention is best, but this does not always happen. This is a strong reason for action when signs and symptoms of alcoholism, or dependence, are noticed by family or friends. Getting someone to admit that they have an alcohol problem can be a difficult task.
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