You may need drug or alcohol rehab if you exhibit some of the symptoms outlined in the DSM-5, such as intense cravings, inability to control use, using substances despite negative consequences, developing tolerance, and experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you suddenly stop using. The bottom line is, it’s never too early or too late to go to rehab.
Inpatient rehab involves living at the treatment facility for the duration of the program and receiving around-the-clock care. Outpatient rehab involves living at home and attending treatment at designated times throughout the week. Inpatient treatment may be best for those who have a severe addiction, dual diagnosis, or poor social support.
Once you find the right treatment center and plan a start date, you’ll want to inform your loved ones and employer, arrange for pet or child care, make financial arrangements, set goals for yourself in treatment, pack the essentials (while following the specific rehab’s guidelines), and make an aftercare plan.
During inpatient drug rehab, you can expect to live at the treatment center for the duration of the program, usually between 30 and 90 days. You’ll receive individualized treatment planning, which may involve detox, various forms of therapy and counseling, support groups, medication-assisted treatment (if applicable), and aftercare planning.
Family involvement is very important when it comes to addiction recovery. Supportive family members can hold patients accountable, practice open and loving communication, and provide encouragement. Family participation is associated with better treatment compliance and outcomes.
Our mission is to empower our clients with tools, hope, and direction to help them change their lives and enjoy an enduring stable recovery. Our vision is to provide an integrated service center that combines an experienced staff with innovative, evidence-based therapies and medical protocols to help clients make transition from an addictive lifestyle to one of recovery and happiness.More About Us
Our team is comprised of medical and clinical professionals who have extensive training and experience in the treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues.
In addition to our highly trained professional staff, many of our team members in all departments have years of personal experience in sobriety and therefore our clients are met with genuine understanding and concern for the process of recovery on both a personal and professional level. Our staff works seamlessly together to ensure our client’s needs are met and exceeded, and our clients are treated with dignity, respect, and unconditional positive regard.Meet the Team
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