Educated professionals recognize addiction as a disease and those who suffer from addiction need to seek help from those who are equipped to do so.
More than 23 million Americans, according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, struggle with addiction and do not receive the proper care.
Contact us today, and make sure you are not a part of that 23 million.
Aren't all drug rehab facilities the same? What makes drug rehab addiction treatment different?
Not all drug rehab facilities are the same. We only refer our clients to addiction treatment facilities that meet our high and strict expectations. As our client, your treatment will be with our most experienced staff. Some of our staff members are or have gone through an addiction recovery treatment and therefore know of the hardships as well as the accomplishments that you will be having. As our clients, you will be able to rejuvenate your life feeling secure, happy, and healthy.
Where would I even start?
The first and far most important step is admitting that you have a problem with substance abuse and are ready to make a change. We cannot help you if you are not ready or willing to quit your addictions. However, some people are just not aware of their struggles with addiction and need to have an intervention. This is when loved ones and friends sit down with the individual to tell them they may need help. If you are unsure or feel uneasy holding an intervention, Drug Rehab Addiction Treatment can help you through the entire process.
The very next step after admitting your problems with addiction and entering a drug rehab is detox. Detoxing is a vital part of addiction recovery. It helps clients relief themselves of toxins left in the body from drug and alcohol abuse. Depending on client’s past and current history with substance abuse, a detox may require for a client to go “cold turkey under the surveillance of a professional. Going “cold turkey” can be extremely dangerous and should never be done alone or without the consulting of an educated expert. Detoxing may also mean that a client must use smaller and smaller dosages of the substance being abused to “wean off” the addiction. In order for a client to continue with their addiction recovery program, they must treat the root of the problem first and cleanse the body.