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What Are the Different Types of Addiction Recovery Facilities?

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Choosing freedom from drugs and alcohol is a highly personal decision for anyone. It’s often a tough choice that can seem overwhelming. The good news is that people who make the choice to recover are creating a new and more positive life for themselves. Those who are willing to embark on this journey often wonder what the different types of addiction recovery facilities are. The reality is that there are many and choosing the right one can make a huge difference in your success. This article will highlight some of the different types of facilities and the methodology they use to help you recover.

Regardless of which type of recovery method you select, the process will always start with seeing an intake counselor. This is one of the most important steps in finding the best program. The counselor will ask you many questions relating to your personal history with addiction. They’ll also ask you about your relationships, career, hobbies, other habits, and more. This may seem a little invasive to some people. However, it’s critical that you’re open and thoroughly honest with the counselor. This ensures that the absolute best treatment plan is crafted for your success. Omitting information or downplaying the disease will not serve you well during this process. The most important thing to remember is that you’re taking this step to better yourself. The counselors have experience in addiction treatment and chances are, they’ve heard a story similar to or much worse than yours.

A Supervised Detox Program May be Necessary

If you’ve become physically or mentally dependent on drugs, you may need to detoxify from them first. The specific process for detoxifying is determined based on your assessment. One commonality with all detox programs is that they’re typically supervised. Sometimes, a medical detox is necessary to stave off side effects that may be unpleasant. Typically, an inpatient detox is the best process to ensure that all the toxins have been successfully removed from your body. Also, since some drugs are able to produce other physical symptoms, these are able to be immediately assessed and treated. This can be an unpleasant experience at first. However, it’s a truly beneficial process that’s essential to recovery. With a fresh new start, you’ll have a much higher chance of success. It also means that you’ll be able to fully commit yourself to the remainder of the rehabilitation program.

If you’ve been required to complete a supervised drug detox, you’ll then graduate to a rehabilitation program. These programs are critically necessary for success. A detox alone is never enough to cure an addiction and almost always leads to a relapse. Committing yourself to a program allows you to fully treat the addiction from a holistic perspective. Many programs will also implement a dual diagnosis treatment plan. This is for those who’ve been experiencing symptoms that have accompanied the addiction or were present prior to the addiction. It’s even possible to develop these symptoms after you’ve removed all the harmful toxins from your body. Getting clean does change your brain chemistry. While some of the emotional effects may only be temporary, it’s still important that they’re assessed and treated.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities Offer Great Results

Often times, people feel that being in their current environment could trigger them to start using again. People, places, and things can all be triggers that can lead to a relapse. Many patients choose an inpatient program because they feel that being in an inpatient recovery environment will be the most impactful and beneficial treatment process. These facilities typically use a variety of techniques to facilitate recovery aside from the aforementioned methods. Yoga, hiking, and other excursions are often a part of these programs. This allows you to develop healthy new habits to replace the bad habits. It also gives you a chance to experience and enjoy activities without the use of substances. Group therapy using a variety of methods is also typically implemented. Some programs will offer art therapy, music therapy, and talk group sessions. Many valuable and long-lasting friendships are often formed during these group sessions. Some programs will also use one-on-one counseling. This is beneficial because it allows you to speak with someone in confidence about your experience and feelings.

Inpatient programs also vary in length. Typically, the minimum program time would be 30 days with most programs recommending 90 days or more. Many rehab clients benefit from a program that’s longer in duration. Being in a recovery community for a longer period of time often means that the client is able to adjust to life without drugs a bit easier. It also provides the benefit of reinforcement of the positive habits and establishing a daily routine that can be carried over into their lives outside the facility.

Aftercare Programs are also Critical to Your Success

Aftercare programs are often an overlooked but essential step in recovery. These programs are offered through a variety of means. Many clients participate in sober living communities and attend a day program and meetings. This regimen can also include attending counseling or even continuing in an inpatient program with more personal time allocated. Developing an aftercare plan is critical for success. Those who feel aftercare is unimportant often fall back into their old habits and have to attend another program, eventually. You’ll also be able to form friendships, find sponsors, and develop a network of support prior to leaving the program. With a great aftercare plan and support from those who care, will find themselves with a recipe for success. Some of the aftercare programs that are commonly offered include:

  • Sober living housing and programs
  • 12 step programs
  • Mentally Ill and Chemically Addicted Inpatient and Outpatient Programs
  • Recovery house programs

Getting on the road to recovery is a positive but sometimes difficult choice. Regardless of the outcome, a recovery program will teach you essential skills for success that can be implemented for life. You’ll also be in an environment of people who are dedicated to your success. Getting started is easy and only takes a few minutes of your time. Call one of our professional and friendly staff members to get started on the journey to a life that you’ll truly love and enjoy, today.

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