People who suffer from a substance abuse problem often feel out of options. Drug abusers think that because it seems impossible to stop using drugs, that it is impossible to change. People who come from good families and attend nice schools might find it even harder, because of the feelings of isolation. Many believe that no one will understand or be able to help them, but there are ways to cope with drug addiction and alcoholism. Working through a rehab and detox program can get you back to being happy and healthy. A lot of people do not know how or why someone should go to rehab. So, here is a basic outline of how the recovery process works:
Calling Out for Help
For the first, and probably most important step is to admit that you need help. If you stay silent in the shadow of your addiction, then things will never get better. If you wait around for someone to hold an intervention for you, that day may never come because maybe your loved ones do not know how to hold an intervention. Take it upon yourself to step forward to ask for help. You can do so by reaching out to a trusted family member, friend, classmate or coworker. Or if you would like to remain anonymous, you can call us. We have addiction specialists waiting by the phone. Our staff does not only answer any questions people have about detox and rehab, but we can also help you enroll into a program. It is normal to be unsure about going to rehab. But our addiction specialists will go the extra mile to make sure that all your paper work and rehab research gets done. There are so many options to choose from when it comes to selecting a treatment facility, do not be stressed. We will help you with all of that.
How Much Does Drug Rehab Costs?
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation can vary in costs. There are state-run facilities that offer free programs, then there are luxury rehab centers that can cost close to $120,000 per month. No matter what your budget is, call us. We can help you find a treatment center that you can afford.
Most major health insurance carriers offer coverage that help with the costs of drug and alcohol treatment. If you have health insurance, there is a good chance that your plan can help you pay for rehab. When you call, we can record your insurance information to see which centers your plan covers.
Do not let not having insurance or the price of treatment keep you from calling. We are willing to help anyone in any situation find treatment to cope with their addiction. You do not have to let drugs or alcohol keep calling the shots.
Should I Go with Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment?
Typically, people who are suffering from an addiction need to complete an inpatient rehab program before in order to overcome their substance abuse problem. Inpatient treatment plans provide clients one-on-one time with medical professionals, and most inpatient centers also have more time and resources to assist clients. Living accommodation are provided, so that you can stay on the center’s campus the entire time. Outpatient programs are a little different though. While serving as an affordable alternative, outpatient rehab does not have the same success rates that inpatient programs do. Outpatient just does not give clients the same in-depth care that is needed to get patients’ life back on tracks. More than likely, you need attending an inpatient detox and rehab program. Our addiction specialists can go over that with you after our representative has listened to your situation.
How Do I Avoid Withdrawal Symptoms?
Depending on the drug you abused and for how long you used it, there might not be any way to avoid experiencing withdrawal symptoms. But that should not be a reason why you do not look into getting treatment for your addiction. Withdrawal symptoms occur because it is your body’s way of cleaning itself out. You have compiled a number of different toxins from using drugs or alcohol in the past. Your body needs to be given a chance to reset itself. Completing the detoxification process at an inpatient facility is highly recommended so that you have medical attention. Nurses and doctors can help keep you comfortable while monitoring your withdrawal illnesses. In rare cases, withdrawal symptoms can be deadly. Which is why you should be careful if trying to detox on your own. It I better if you get medical help.
Is Rehab the Only Way to Cure My Addiction?
There is no cure for addiction. People think they can just complete a 30-day rehab program then be good to casually drink and use drugs at their leisure; that is not true. Taking on a sober lifestyle means turning down temptation to always use a substance. That may seem impossible to you now, but millions of people have been hit by an addiction harder than you have and were able to make a comeback, you can too. You can learn how living a sober life in recovery is possible after completing a rehab stint. Call us now to learn more on how to recover from your drug or alcohol problem.