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Private treatment centers provide seclusion, comfort, and peace of mind.

Many people who go into rehab for addiction are often concerned about their privacy. Will your information be shared with whomsoever desires it? The answer is no. Private rehab facilities are very careful when it comes to handling a person’s recovery with confidentiality. Often these facilities can be expensive, but for many people undergoing treatment, the privacy and seclusion is worth the cost.

Looking for a Private Facility

It is important that you choose your facility based on your needs. If privacy is the foremost part of your criteria for choosing a facility, then make sure the rehab center you choose is up to your standards. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides a database of different treatment centers, both inpatient and outpatient, private and government-run. Here, you can find extensive information about the different facilities in order to help you make an educated choice before beginning treatment.

What to Expect

The major elements of most inpatient rehab centers are detox, medication, and therapy. A patient can usually expect to be detoxed from the substance as painlessly as possible, often with the use of prescribed medications, and to attend therapy sessions meant to build better awareness of self and good habits for a new, sober life. Private rehab centers aim to achieve this while making the patient feel safe and secure by providing private rooms as well as personal therapy sessions.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, one of rehab centers’ “continual challenge[s] is keeping patients in treatment long enough for them to achieve” their goal of recovery. Usually, private inpatient programs last 30, 60, or 90 days. The comfort the patient feels in the facility is often tied to whether or not he or she will stay in the program; if the patient feels safe and protected, it might go a long way towards him or her finishing the program.

Location & Holistic Practices

It is often important that private rehab centers are set somewhere secluded where there is little chance for outside interference. Many private facilities are built in a natural environment with trees, ocean, or mountains nearby. This is a widely-held holistic practice that getting back to nature will help heal the mind and body. It is the kind of practice you will see at many private rehab centers.

Other holistic methods often used in private rehab facilities are:

  • Yoga
  • Tai chi
  • Nutrition classes
  • Crafting
  • Acupuncture

Executive Rehab Facilities

Some rehabilitation centers will even allow for a patient to access clients or co-workers online in order to continue working while also focusing on recovering. Usually, this is for those patients who find this necessary and is not encouraged for those who need a break from their careers, or for whom their daily job stressors are triggers in their addictions.

There are many options available to those who are able and willing to pay for private rehabilitation facilities. It is important to do your research and choose the rehab center that is right for you, depending on your specific needs. Many patients, whether worried about their public image or their image within their own social circle, will choose a private rehab center in order to recover in a secure environment.

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