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If you or a loved one is ready to face an addiction problem, our compassionate certified, trained recovery staff can connect you free of charge with drug rehab centers that save lives.

Recoveryas.com is capable of placing you in a rehab center the same day you call us at 1 (877) 968-6283.

We provide effective, affordable drug treatment center options. Our certified addiction and recovery counselors are trained to provide you with your best available alternatives. The great news is that your health insurance will often cover the full cost of treatment. Recoveryas.com can provide you with a no cost, no obligation insurance review.

How do I begin the rehab process?

Whether you choose inpatient or outpatient drug treatment, the first step in the drug rehabilitation process is to determine exactly where you are in your drug or alcohol addiction. During the admission process, addicted patients are guided through diagnostic tests, personal histories, logistical financial arrangements and treatment care coordination before they begin to experience all that the drug rehabilitation process has to offer.

Most alcohol and/or drug rehab programs start with detoxification and clinically managed withdrawal, often considered the first stage of substance abuse treatment. Detoxification, the process by which the body clears itself of drugs, is designed to manage the acute and potentially dangerous physiological effects of stopping addictive drug use.

Detox alone does not address the psychological, social and behavioral problems associated with drug or alcohol addiction and therefore, does not typically produce the lasting behavioral changes necessary for recovery.

Residential or Outpatient?

The next step in the rehabilitation process is to decide between residential inpatient or outpatient care for your substance abuse treatment. Both approaches to drug rehab rely on group, individual and family therapy programs. Both will work with you to learn how to handle the daily challenges life presents with new, effective communication tools and successful problem-solving skills to help you lead a sober life. The main difference between the two drug dependency treatment methods has to do with where you will reside.

Residential substance abuse treatment programs provide intensive but relatively brief treatment based on a modified 12-step approach. Such inpatient rehab programs require the patient to live full time at the drug treatment facility. Residential alcohol and drug treatment centers also feature healthy meals and provide any other care the patient requires.

Outpatient substance abuse therapy programs offer the same type of therapy as residential addiction treatment programs. They are typically from 30 to 180 days or longer depending on the individual’s needs. Intensive outpatient settings give clients the opportunity to attend individual and group treatment sessions and continue living at home and working in the community.

Individualized drug counseling

Individualized drug counseling not only focuses on reducing or stopping addictive drug or alcohol use; it also emphasizes short-term behavioral goals and helps the patient develop coping strategies and tools to abstain from drug use and maintain abstinence. The drug addiction counselor encourages regular and frequent 12-step participation and makes referrals for needed supplemental medical, psychiatric, employment and other services.

Group counseling

Interactive group therapy discussions can range from substance abuse education to relapse prevention, stress management, anger management and living skills. These therapy sessions are designed to teach the skills that you will need to live your life without drugs and alcohol. You will learn new coping skills, how to recognize situations in which you are most likely to drink or use addictive drugs and how to avoid these circumstances, if possible. The group sessions are designed to teach you the value of seeking support from others who are going through the same experiences and challenges that you are.

Following stays in residential treatment programs, it is important for individuals to remain engaged in outpatient treatment programs and/or aftercare programs. These programs help to reduce the risk of relapse once a patient leaves the residential setting.

If you would like to get more information about the drug and alcohol rehabilitation process or receive placement for you or a loved one at no charge, please call the addiction specialists at recoveryas.com toll free at 1 (877) 968-6283 or fill out our confidential online form. There is never a charge to you for our service.