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Most people understand rehabilitation as a vague concept that applies to people who have addictions which they cannot overcome. Although this notion is true, rehabilitation centers or clinics, often referred to as “rehab”, do more than help those suffering with addiction overcome the obstacles they face.
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In any rehab center who specializes in substance abuse, one major hurdle is discovering in which scenario the patient’s targeted behavior occurs. The process from there, which typically lasts from twenty eight days to several months, revolves around changing the person’s way of coping. New mechanisms and techniques are created to make the individual better equipped to deal with situations they may encounter in everyday life.
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Do you have an alcohol problem and you don’t know where to turn? Alcohol rehabilitation occurs in a range of different facilities across the country, and world, each of whom may use different treatments to beat patient’s addictions. There are numerous treatment options that do not all work in the same ways for every person. The main focus of each, however, is the same. To teach coping mechanisms for people who rely heavily on alcohol in different situations. The goal of every alcohol rehabilitation treatment is to help the patient fight off their addiction long term, in order to be a productive member of society, and to maintain healthy and loving relationships.
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Unlike some other drugs, alcohol is one substance where detox is required before starting any treatment. Detoxing can be unsafe and life threatening if completed without supervision, one of the many benefits to beginning in a rehabilitation center. Many times, medication is needed to combat damaging withdrawal effects, which are better stabilized by knowledgeable physicians. Once the substance is completely out of the individual’s system, education and careful watch help to ensure treatment is lasting.
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Like alcohol addiction, an addiction to any drug is not easy to defeat without proper care and guidance that is needed to kick the addiction long term. Drug rehab centers are built around the idea that individuals with addiction need a supportive environment with 24 hour, around the clock care, for successful treatment. This is one of the differences between drug rehab treatment outpatient and inpatient. Inpatient rehab facilities are able to help their patients face their fears, cope with different situations, and make healthy decisions, in the moment.
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One aspect that drug rehabilitation centers tend to focus on is changing the mindset that their patients have about drugs. Most enter rehab with the idea that their drug or drugs of choice is a necessity, which is not the case. Overtime, patients attitudes are changed through education of coping mechanisms, therapy, and counseling. Patients are encouraged to set goals for themselves that doctors and physicians help them keep and attain.
Because not every drug acts in the same way, treatment plans differ, too. Depending on which drug an individual may have an addiction to, their rehab experience is tailored to their needs and desired outcome.
Inpatient rehab treatment can help with all the following drug types:
Pill addiction is rising in the United States, based on its availability to the public. Once prescribed a certain drug, maintaining an addiction to pills is easy and can be cheap if the medication is covered by insurance. Most commonly, medication can be prescribed to help individuals who are heavily reliant on pills to become less so without severe withdrawal symptoms. Counseling and therapy and other common techniques.
Because cocaine is often used as a “social” drug, the lines between having an addiction are often blurred to many users and those who surround the user. Cocaine can be treated with other medication, though there are no mainstream drugs on the market that offer a complete cure. Drug treatment centers offer counseling and tips on how the individual can avoid placing themselves in a potentially harmful environment in the future.
Heroin is a drug on the rise in rural America. With a high addiction rate, the drug claims the lives of thousands of individuals each year. Heroin is an opioid that takes well to medication to combat withdrawal symptoms during detox. Behavioral therapy and conditioning are typically used post detox, as well.
Amphetamines, like Adderall and Vyvanse, are prescribed to individuals for a range of reasons at all ages. These drugs are so commonly used that a dependence on them for situations in which they were not prescribed for are common, too. Detox and therapy, either group or individual, then aftercare, such as joining organizations and programs are treatments for amphetamine addiction.
There are no treatment plans that involve medication that is used to help addicts of other substances. MDMA rehab facility’s tend to revolve their treatment plans around cognitive and behavioral treatments to change the mindset of their patients.
Ecstasy is often used in specific environments that elicit the reaction that the drug gives to the user. Treatment plans in rehab centers include behavioral therapies and relapse treatment plans so that the patient understands the proper steps to take if the addiction arises again.
Crack cocaine is one of the most addicting drugs that some individuals start at an extremely young age. After getting a feel for the facility, detox and counseling are the next steps at most rehab centers. Getting the patient to understand when and why their drug use occurs is key in a lasting recovery.
Rehab or detox centers for methamphetamine and crystal meth users are extremely supportive environments. Family education and counseling is often part of treatment plans after the user has gone through detox and therapy, themselves.
Opiates are difficult drugs to be rehabilitated from, and begin with detoxification and intensive therapy. Aftercare is especially important because of the relapse rate of opiates, which is offered at all inpatient rehab clinics.
Almost everyone takes a prescription drug at one point throughout their lives. These drugs are not harmful if used with care when necessary, but are often abused because of their readily availability. Prescription drug treatments in rehab facilities help individuals get to the root of where their addiction stems from, and teaches the user different coping skills to better handle specific scenarios.
The best way to treat a GBH (gamma hydroxybutyrate) addiction is supervised detoxification and continued education. Both education about the drug and therapy are proven to be most useful in helping individuals become less dependent on GBH, typically in a drug rehab clinic.
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Some of the many inpatient rehab centers we partner with
Four Circles Recovery
Crest View Recovery
Red Oak Recovery
Red Oak Recovery
Addiction Recovery Care Association
Two Dreams Outer Banks
First Step Farm – Women’s Facility
New Life – Remmsco Halfway House
First Step Farm – Men’s Facility
Freedom House Recovery Center – Halfway House
Elmore Blackley Fellowship Home
Hope Valley – Men’s Division
CooperRiis Healing Community
BHC First Step
SUWS of the Carolinas
Hope Valley – Women’s Division
Wiregrass Apartments – Mental Health Apartments
Anns Haven of Rest
Path of Hope
Alamance Regional Medical Center
Appalachian Community Services – The Balsam Center
First at Blue Ridge
Canterbury Road Home
Alcoholics Home – House of Prayer
Randolph Fellowship Home
Gastonia Cornerstone Christian Center
Hebron Colony Ministries
Duke Health Raleigh Hospital – Inpatient
…and many more so call 855-509-9749 to find the perfect treatment center for you specific problem.
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