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Struggling with an addiction to alcohol, drugs, or prescription pills can carry severe life consequences. If you or someone you know has become addicted, the sooner treatment starts, the more quickly the brain and body can begin healing. Drugs and alcohol have a detrimental effect on memory, cognitive functioning, and impulse control. Addiction rehab has been designed to help a person cleanse their system through a medically assisted detox, individual therapy, group therapy, life skills, and learning to reintegrate into real life settings.
Finding The Best Addiction Rehab
There are many Addiction Rehab facilities that you are reviewing and it can be a difficult decision to determine the best option for you or your loved one. There are a number of factors that you want to review prior to making a decision on which addiction rehab will be the best match. The first step is to complete a free telephone assessment that will reveal important information, such as age, addiction history, medical conditions, medications being used, family history, and current living situation. This assessment will allow for a facility to determine if they are the appropriate addiction rehab program. At The Treatment Specialist – Addiction Helplines, we offer a confidential assessment and have access to multiple treatment programs across the United States. Call a Treatment Specialist today at (877) 228-3270.
What to Expect in Addiction Rehab
First, making this step to get help and enter treatment at an addiction rehab center is extremely commendable and is the beginning of an entirely new path in your or your loved ones life. When entering addiction rehab treatment, you will receive initial psychiatric, psychological and medical assessments to take a more in depth look at your current symptoms. If you have been using heavily prior to treatment, you will most likely need to enter the detox phase where you will be closely monitored by a medical team to ensure your safety and comfort. If you do not need detox or have finished detox, you will then start the therapeutic process which will include individual therapy, group therapy, experiential therapy, life skills, goal setting, and attending support group meetings. The length of treatment goes through phases of levels of care which includes detox (if required), residential, day treatment, intensive outpatient, and sober living. The longer a person is immersed in the treatment process, the better chances that old behaviors will change to more healthy and productive activities and coping skills.
The Addiction Helplines Team is standing by to guide you through the process and give you the confidence and comfort needed to take the next step of getting help. Making the first call is highly commendable, and you should be proud of yourself for acknowledging that it is time to make the change and receive the gift of treatment for a good life. Call a Treatment Specialist at (877) 228-3270 for a free confidential assessment and insurance verification.