The anguish you feel as you watch a loved one descend into substance abuse addiction is unbearable. But you don’t have to stand by feeling helpless and hopeless. Recoveryas.com exists to assist families find the way back to a fulfilling life for their addicted friends and family members. Our compassionate addiction specialists provide placement services for effective drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs all across the country at no charge to you.
When an individual is ready to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction, there are many choices to be made. You’ll want to find a caring facility that offers the substance abuse treatment programs and options that are right for your loved one. You’ll need assistance sorting through all the important drug addiction treatment information, such as what insurance is accepted and how payments work.
With nationwide resources at our disposal, recoveryas.com will caringly help you locate a rehab center with the combination of addiction treatments, amenities and approach to drug and alcohol recovery that’s right for your addicted loved one.
It is also important to know what to bring to rehab and what to expect during treatment. In addition, families want to know what role they can play in recovery and how they can help with the process. All of this information and more is available to you with a toll-free phone call to recoveryas.com.
What to bring to rehab and what to leave at home
You might be wondering what your loved one should take to residential addiction treatment. The inpatient rehab admissions staff will give you a list of what they should bring when they begin their stay. Some suggested items to bring to rehab are:
- Personal care items and toiletries (no alcohol-based perfume or cologne)
- ID or driver’s license
- Small amount of cash
- Insurance card
- Shoes, shirts, pants, shorts, socks, undergarments, belts, jacket/coat and hats. Pajamas, robe and slippers
- Alarm clock
- Books or magazines
Your loved one will be asked to leave at home things that are dangerous or suggestive of drugs or alcohol. Some examples of what not to bring to rehab:
- Alcohol or drugs
- Any personal care products containing alcohol
- Laptops and other internet-capable devices
- Permanent markers
- MP3 players/iPods, radios
- Large amounts of cash
- Clothing with designs or wording that promotes alcohol, drugs or violence
- Mobile phones or pagers
- Bleach, ammonia or other cleaning supplies
- Jewelry or valuables
- Cards, games
- Aerosol sprays
Upon arrival at the facility, your loved one will go through an evaluation process. All their items will be catalogued to ensure that no prohibited items or substances are being brought into the facility and to make certain they take all of their personal items home with them at the end of their stay.
Will they be OK?
During admissions, you and your loved one will learn about the addiction treatment programs offered by the residential rehab center and what their drug recovery process will entail. You will meet with certified counselors to determine what kind of therapy and addiction treatment services will be best for your loved one. Once an individualized initial treatment plan has been established, the sub-acute detox process will begin, if necessary. While they are successfully detoxing from their drugs and/or alcohol addiction, counseling and therapy sessions will take place to help them learn how to live without addictive substances.
Don’t wait any longer to save your addicted loved one. Our understanding and knowledgeable addiction specialists are available to thoroughly answer any questions you and your family have about choosing the right drug and/or alcohol treatment facility.
Call recoveryas.com toll-free now at 1 (877) 968-6283 to find a solution to your loved one’s addiction. There is never a fee for our placement services.