Get Treatment that Fits Your Needs
When you realize that you or your loved one has a drug or alcohol addiction you may be scared, upset, angry and full of emotion. When trying to find a treatment center to get help for your addiction it can be difficult to figure out which one is right for you. There are many different programs that offer a variety of treatments, therapies and facilities as well as payment options to consider. Some facilities offer residential treatment in luxurious homes, clinical settings and different program bases such as 12-step SMART Recovery, Women in Recovery and more. How do you know what to choose when you have never experienced treatment before? This is why we are here to help! You can call us at any time to speak to a professional that will listen intently to your situation and your needs to assess the problems and find you the right treatment to get a hold on your life.
Is Rehab Necessary for Recovery?
If you or a loved one have been struggling with substance abuse then you will want to ensure that you get the best treatment to fit your needs. This doesn’t always mean inpatient rehabilitation. Most facilities will agree that evidence based treatment is the best bet since, by definition it means that they apply treatment modalities that have been proven to work for a larger percentage of addicts and alcoholics. Studies show that inpatient rehabilitation for substance abuse issues is the most effective way to obtain lasting recovery. If you are unsure about what kind of treatment you need then you should reach out to a recovery professional to discuss your options. We are always available to speak with you at (804) 210-7244. Finding out you or someone you care about has a drug and alcohol problem can be very scary but you don’t have to go it alone. We are here for you 24/7.
Keep an Open Mind About Treatment
When someone becomes addicted to alcohol and drugs they may associate a certain place or area with their drug of choice. Landmarks and places like an old dealer’s house, parking lot where they used or a bar that they frequented can be serious triggers to relapse. Old using buddies and family members may be convinced to pick them up from treatment before they complete the program if they are close enough to do so. This is why it is important to keep an open mind about traveling for treatment. Getting the person away from all of these temptations is the best way to ensure that they complete treatment and stay on the right path towards lasting recovery and a better quality of life.