Addiction Recovery Treatment
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Addiction recovery is possible
Addiction is an excruciating, unhappy disease to have to live with, and there are a lot of individuals who suffer from dependency to drugs or alcohol, and those that have loved ones that are afflicted by dependency to drugs and alcohol. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a process intended to help addicts come to realize their addiction, learn to recognize and steer clear of triggers that lead them to use, and learn how to live successfully as a recovering addict. Treatment recovery programs provide a wholesome, compassionate environment for addicts who wish to start recovering from drugs or alcohol, and develops individualized, custom-designed treatment plans to address the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of each client.
Interventions save lives
For addicts that don’t understand that their dependency to drugs or alcohol is a problem, or who oppose treatment, the first step in their recovery is most often an intervention.
An intervention is a well-organized, planned event wherein the addict’s friends, family, and loved ones come together as a way to confront the addict regarding their drug and alcohol dependency, present the addict with specific examples of how they've harmed themselves or others, and to encourage them to enter a treatment facility. Substance abuse centers support utilizing a qualified interventionist to organize a successful intervention. It's extremely essential to understand that an intervention is NOT rehabilitation, and it won't prevent the addict from using drugs and/or alcohol all by itself. An intervention MUST be followed by treatment.
Detox and Treatment can help you enter recovery
A lot of, though certainly not all, addicts need to preface treatment with a period of detox. Detox, is a medically supervised procedure that guides addicts throughout the worst portions of withdrawal. It's possible that an addict will require certain medication or an IV for hydration and nutrition. Withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, and some sorts of drugs can actually be fatal without clinical assistance, so for addicts suffering from dependency to these substances, detox is extremely vital. “Cold turkey” isn't just inappropriate but may well be deadly for some people. Detox will only help an addict effectively withdraw from drugs and alcohol, not end their dependency, because detox is NOT treatment. For people at all stages of dependency, whether they've only started using, or they chronically use drugs and alcohol, rehab centers can offer safe, efficient recovery. Their rehabilitation programs include, but aren't limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescribed drugs, designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. Treatment recovery programs offer the most powerful, effective treatment by evaluating the roots of the addiction, any contributing mental components, and the best path to recovery for every individual client.
Someone who is so profoundly hooked on a drug, or to alcohol, that they're going to harm not just themselves, but will hurt people who they love, clearly suffers from an insidious, horrifying disease. Unfortunately, there's no miraculous “cure” for addiction not like some other sicknesses, however individuals who receive treatment at qualified, accredited rehab facilities often find success in recovery.
Treatment plans aren't only fact-based, but medically proven, and include individual and group therapy sessions, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step meetings, behavioral modeling, and all the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable cost of an outpatient facility. For information regarding interventions, detox, treatment programs, and dependency in general, or for help with addiction, or to help a friend with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, call us at 916-249-2665.