When you’ve made the decision to start a life of recovery, you are often faced with a number of decisions. One of the first things you should think of is the duration of your treatment. While shorter treatment programs tend to address the nature of addiction itself, it may not be a long enough period to address any underlying issues that may be encouraging or causing addiction.
Long term treatment programs provide extended quality of care, allowing both the client and counselor to dig deeper into core issues that initiated the addiction, or still continue to encourage the chemical dependency.
Many people who would ordinarily need a longer term treatment period, but opt to enter shorter rehabilitation program may encounter issues once treatment is completed. Many studies seem to indicate that individuals have higher relapse rates when in treatment for shorter periods of time, particularly with individuals with family or co-occurring mental illness.
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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 weighing the merits of travelling to a different location to receive treatment on a long term basis, there are some factors you may want to consider. When entering treatment for this duration, it will likely be more specialized care for you. Many of the treatment centers that would likely accommodate for your specific needs, would likely be out of your hometown, maybe even your state. With treatment that is so detailed and intensive, you owe it to yourself to get the best care possible.
Did you know that you can possibly have your entire treatment paid for? Depending on the level of coverage that you have, you may be able to have part of, or all of your treatment paid for. If you have private insurance, several treatment centers may provide coverage for long term treatment. Also, depending on the laws in your state, or other federal standards, you can receive funding to assist in the treatment process. Call us at (866) 578-7471 and we can help you find out your coverage.