Treatment

The first step is admitting you have a problem. Based on your addiction, you can choose the treatment that’s right for you.
There are a number of ways to get the help you need, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation centers, counseling and therapy.
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Rehab

Have a solid support structure to help you along the way; emotional and medical support are both necessary and vital.
We can’t mince words: the journey to recovery is tough even for short-term addicts. It is, however, a road well worth traveling. withdrawal slowly removes the substance from the body and helps it to depend gradually less and less on the substance. Part of the recovery is, of course, staying clean and away from the drug for the rest of your life.
Inpatient rehab is an important lifeline for those overcoming addiction. Medical care and treatment is available at any time of day, which is especially important in the early stages of recovery and throughout the recovery process. It’s a safe, supportive environment, which provides a much-needed morale boost to those recovering.
Outpatient rehab is different but can be just as effective as its inpatient counterpart. Outpatient rehab allows for more flexibility and a closer connection to family and friends. Outpatient patients need to set their own treatment schedule, and there is a central hub that helps them keep tabs on detox and assists them with symptoms as well.
Therapy, support groups and aftercare are critical to preventing relapse. This helps patients keep themselves accountable and on track to proper recovery and a productive, more structured life. Additionally, support groups help keep each other in line and encourage each other in the good times and bad as they recover.
Getting the physical and psychological help you need while recovering with the right programs in place can lead you to a much better life. With regular checkups, proper therapy and medical care along with personal commitment, the road to recovery can be successfully traveled one step at a time.

Like anything else in recovery, the cost of treatment is determined by any number of variables. The first step for the patient is to get a substance abuse evaluation to get a scope of what treatment will be required. Such evaluations are available at rehab facilities and through third parties as well. While some are available for free (especially if you’re getting them at a facility you’re considering using) there are some that can run upwards of $200.

You’re stuck, overwhelmed, and tired, and you need help finding your way forward.

Aret oporteat inciderint te est. Sed no errem deseruisse. Consequat cotidieque qui id, ceteros electram eos in.

Treatment Info by Substance

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Prescription Medications

Prescription drugs are the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. According to the CDC, 47,600 people overdosed just from opioids in 2017.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is classified as a legal depressant and a sedative-hypnotic drug. It effects every organ in the body and excessive use can cause respiratory depression, drowsiness, coma, and death.

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Marijuana

One of the most commonly used drugs, Marijauna can have negative long term effects, especially for those that begin its use as a teenager.

Hallucinogens

These are psychoactive drugs that include PCP LSD, Ketamine, Mushrooms, Mescaline, DMT and GHB. While not as highly addictive as other substances, they are often abused.

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Ecstasy or Molly

MDMA is a synthetic drug that alters the awareness of objects and a persons perception of conditions. It is similar to a stimulant and an hallucinogen.

Methamphetamine

One of the most dangerous drugs on the market, Meth takes an extreme toll on the body and mind.

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Cocaine

Highly addictive, it produces a sense of euphoria and boosts energy. Nearly 1,800 people try coke for the first time each day.

Heroin

A powerful opioid, Heroin is highly addictive and can become a habit after just a few uses. It’s extremely dangerous and has a high overdose rate.

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You’re stuck, overwhelmed, and tired, and you need help finding your way forward.

Aret oporteat inciderint te est. Sed no errem deseruisse. Consequat cotidieque qui id, ceteros electram eos in.