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Suffering through drug abuse is a soul-crushing and miserable experience for people that are battling dependency on drugs and alcohol. It’s no walk in the park for people that have loved ones agonizing with dependency on drugs and/or alcohol as well. Alcoholic recovery programs are meant to help addicts come to realize their addiction, learn to recognize and keep away from triggers that lead them to use, and eventually discover life as an addict in recovery. Better Help Addiction Care provides a nurturing and compassionate atmosphere for addicts who want to start recovering from drug and/or alcohol abuse. The center creates individualized, custom-made treatment plans to fulfill the physical, medical, vocational, psychological, social, and emotional histories of each client.
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Unfortunately, lots of people keep their problems with substance dependency hidden from their family members because of the stigma associated with being ‘an addict’. On a few occasions, families help conceal these substance abuse problems from the outside world. This is not unusual, and often creates a lot of ill will and spite between family members, friends, and the addict. In these cases, an intervention is the easiest way to convince an individual to enter rehabilitation. Better Help Addiction Care strongly recommends utilizing a therapist, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to mediate the intervention itself. Interventions can be cathartic for everybody concerned, and the benefits include:
- providing a safe setting
- help people candidly verbalize their concerns and anger
- persuading an addict to agree to rehab
Detox is another procedure that can’t be confused with rehab treatment, and it’s critical to know that detox isn’t going to ‘cure’ an addict of their drug problems. Detox, or detoxification, is a great first part to recovery, and helps the addict thoroughly and succinctly withdraw from the substance(s) they’re hooked on, sometimes with the help of prescribed medication. There are two commonly employed types of detoxification:
- Occurring in residential or outpatient locations, social detoxification involves educating the addict, and readying them for comprehensive therapy.
- Medically supervised detoxification (sometimes called medically supervised withdrawal) is a routine that most often occurs in a hospital wing or medical facility, and the patient’s withdrawal is supervised by a nurse or doctor for their own good.
Depending on the needs of their client, programs recovery services can provide either form of detox. Better Help Addiction Care provides treatment for people at all stages of addiction. Whether they have only begun displaying destructive addiction habits, or are chronic abusers drugs or alcohol: their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatments for:
- opiates (heroin, codeine)
- prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
- designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
- crystal meth
Better Help Addiction Care provides the most powerful and complete rehabilitation by evaluating the roots of the addiction, any contributing psychological components (such as co-occurring disorders), and give the optimal path towards recovery for each client.
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Our Drug Program Center’s residential rehab program blends the most efficient features of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation:
- 24-hour supervision and access to the clinical staff
- comfortable, homey accommodations
- contact with real world circumstances and problems
Client’s rehabilitation plans are always unique, since treatment plans are designed to be individualized to fit every person’s particular requirements. However, clients must expect to participate in the following sorts of rehab:
- group or one-on-one therapy
- behavioral modeling programs
- daily support meetings
- recreational activities
- daily trips to the gym
Contact 385-444-7021 to reach Better Help Addiction Care recovery specialists for additional information about substance addiction in general, interventions, detox, or treatment facilities.