T There are plenty of rehabilitation programs out there, aside from the inpatient and outpatient facilities there are also faith-based organizations, family inclusive centers, and healthy living, exercise, and nutritional programs to choose from.
This type of program requires that you live at a treatment center for 30 days. During those 30 days you will detox from drugs, attend individual and group counseling sessions, participate in group activities, and undergo evaluation regarding your progress. This program is not for everyone, those who have mild addictions may find this form of treatment beneficial, however, this amount of time is too short for those who have been addicted for decades.
The 30 day inpatient program is recommend for those who experience some the following. Withdrawal symptoms that are detrimental to one’s health, when physical dependency for the drug overpowers the user, severe medical or psychiatric difficulties, severe psychosocial impairments, failure in outpatient treatment and/or court ordered sentence to inpatient care.
Be grateful for the obstacles in your life. They have strengthened you as you continue with your journey.
Legally treatment centers are obligated to keep all information about patients recovery private and secure. We understand that your path to recover is your business and no one else's. Exclusive facilities are also available that are equipped with private rooms for added privacy while clients go through the recovery process.
It's your path to recovery and only you can walk it - but with the right help, there will be a light at the end of the tunnel.
When you enroll in a 30 day treatment program, if you feel you will need more time during your recovery process, consider petitioning your insurance to extending your treatment period. Remember the goal is your recovery not their wallet.
In a 30 day treatment program, friendships can be established through the counseling sessions and roommate arrangements. It is rare that 30 day treatment programs allow visitors or friends to come to the facility, but again there are a wide variety of programs available. This isolation is not to penalize or punish the addicts, but to decrease the distractions that might arise giving them a chance to focus on the recovery. If relationships do develop within the time spent at the treatment facility they can become a strong support system for the recovering addict once they are out of treatment.
A large portion of individuals who are admitted into treatment also have an underlying mental illness that may be contributing to the addiction. For example, someone who is effected by a traumatic experience when they were younger are more likely to abuse a drug to kill the pain of the memory. If you believe that this could be an issue with your addiction, consider re-evaluating your decision for a 30 day rehab to a 60 or 90 day rehab to give yourself time to heal all wounds. Remember, this is your new start, dedicate time to your recovery and make the right choice for you and your family’s sake.
The best program is one that addresses your addiction and the overall well-being of the person admitted. Enrolling in a program that addresses the underline problems of addiction is very important for maintaining a long sober lifestyle. Other factors that may be important in deciding your treatment program are location to friends, family, or support systems, faith-based treatment programs, certification of staffed professionals, cost of treatment and insurance coverage, or co-ed establishments. If you are having trouble deciding what form of care works best for you, feel free to call our number at (866) 578-7471 and we will gladly help.