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Why Residential Drug Rehab Programs Work

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Let us help you find a residential drug rehab program!

Finding the best drug treatment program for an addict is like finding a needle in a haystack. There’s thousands of drug rehab programs both residential and outpatient but how do you choose the best one? Residential drug rehab programs are designed with the addict’s comfort in mind but each one is very different from the next. The best rehab centers are the one’s that actually help an addict find personal solutions to their drug abuse through lifestyle changes.

Residential drug rehab programs offer a range of different services and the standard or level of care provided at each residential rehab center may differ greatly based on cost, location and type of programs offered. For instance, many residential drug rehab programs will base their treatment philosophies on regaining a trust in one self and therefore the entire program may include various trust building activities, many of which will require the addict to “step outside their comfort zone” in order to successfully complete the activity.

Residential drug rehab programs work because they help the addict to make serious lifestyle changes and changes in the way that they make decisions so that when the addict is released back into the “real world” they can use the knowledge and skills that they gained in the residential treatment program to continue to maintain sobriety. Additionally, residential drug rehab programs have a high success rate because they require the addict to stay on site, under the guidance and care of qualified staff rather than have outside access to environmental stressors that may otherwise cause relapse and further drug abuse.

No two drug addicts or addictions are the same and therefore no single solution will work for everyone. Residential drug rehab programs are the beginning of a lifelong journey toward recovery. Following long term treatment and care at a residential drug rehab program, most addicts will require additional long term care and guidance from an outpatient rehab center, community support groups and other outside sources of treatment.

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Ask These 7 Questions Before Picking a Drug Rehab

When you make the decision to go to drug rehab, you’re devoting your time, money, and trust into the addiction treatment center, so you need to make sure it’s worth it. To know if you’re choosing the right facility, be sure to ask these seven questions before making the final decision about where to get….

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What is Chronic Alcohol Abuse?

Find help for your chronic alcohol abuse problem!

Millions of people who drink alcohol never fall victim to the perils of alcohol addiction but those who do know firsthand the consequences and the dangers that come from this potentially fatal disease. Chronic alcohol abuse is often the first sign of alcohol addiction and, if left untreated, will often progress to a stage of physical….

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What to Do When You Relapse

When you relapse, it feels devastating. You feel like a failure, like you’ve let everybody down. Your parents. Your children. Your friends. Family. Coworkers. AA members. You’ve always known you’re a failure and now you’ve proved it to everyone. STOP. That’s your addiction talking. Trying to woe you back into its grasp. You relapsed. So….

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Prescription Drug Addiction Rehab Programs

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According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, as of 2010, an estimated 2.7 percent of American adults reportedly use prescription drugs for recreational purposes. While prescription abuse has been around for a long time, this 2.7 percent estimate represents a 300 percent increase in rates within the last ten years alone. Prescription drug addictions….

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About Marijuana and Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana addiction can lead to other problems!

Marijuana is a plant that people smoke or eat in order to sustain the hallucinogenic effects that alter the sense of time, sound, touch and sight. Most people who use marijuana believe that it is not a dangerous drug nor that it has any type of addicting qualities but this is untrue. Marijuana use results….

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Five Benefits of Going to a Luxury Drug Rehab

Out of all of the treatment options available for helping you recover from a drug addiction, why should you consider a luxury drug rehab center? There are many reasons why this type of rehab center might be just the right fit for you, and help you find your path to sustainable recovery. 1. Reduce Stress….

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The New Direction- Highly Structured Alcoholism Treatment

Alcoholism treatment can help you overcome your addiction!

Highly structured alcoholism treatment provided by The New Direction reduces free time in an effort to keep risky behaviors, cravings and anxiety at bay during the early days of sobriety. Studies show that structure and stability increase the chances of alcohol addiction recovery. The New Direction is proud to offer a highly structured treatment program….

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How Long Does Therapeutic Community Treatment Last?

A therapeutic community (TC) is a type of treatment program that many residential rehab centers use to help recovering addicts learn better behaviors associated with drug use, socialization and combatting negative perceptions and attitudes held by those individuals. This type of treatment program can be confrontational and is usually very structured, but it is often….

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How Alcohol Affects Work Performance

Alcohol addiction can cause you problems at work!

Alcohol, though legal for people over the age of 21, still causes detrimental consequences. The fact that alcohol is a legal substance is likely the reason why the negative role that alcohol plays in the community can be seen in nearly any situation including school, home, special events and even work. It doesn’t really matter….

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