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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

Drug and alcohol addiction are very serious issues. In this page we will investigate the challenges and the benefits surrounding rehabilitation and finding drug and alcohol rehab centers for yourself or a loved one. If you or someone you know has an addiction to drugs and alcohol, we urge you to seek out rehab centers in your area to find a rehabilitation center near you. Drug and alcohol rehab centers, clinics, programs and treatment options are readily available locally.

It’s very hard to overcome a drug or alcohol dependency by yourself with willpower alone. People who have tried to beat their chemical dependencies but have been unable to do so could potentially benefit from drug or alcohol rehabilitation centers. They offer expertise, medical and psychological treatment, and social support through their recovery programs.

Most are medical clinics although you should check the certifications of the physicians working there. Are they board certified in the field? If there are psychologists, are there psychiatrists working there as well who are licensed to prescribe medication?

Alcohol and drug rehab centers break into two major categories, inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient rehab centers usually treat a patient from as short as a month to as long a year. The Betty Ford Center (founded in 1982 after the former first lady went through treatment for chemical dependency) now sets 90 days as a program minimum.

Generally inpatient drug and alcohol rehab centers are for those with more severe problems. The first week or two is dedicated to detoxification. By removing yourself from your environment and other users, it gives you a chance to restructure your life away from your drug. An inpatient facility gives a medical staff an opportunity to monitor a patient 24 hours a day seven days a week with the opportunity to administer medication like methadone or Suboxone to ameliorate symptoms.

For outpatient rehab, a patient does not live at the rehab center but comes to the facility for detoxification, meetings and counseling, returning home to sleep at night. Outpatient rehab is usually for people with less severe problems who have a supportive home life. These clinics usually cost less than their inpatient counterparts. Outpatient rehab centers don’t put their patients’ lives on hold, allowing them to keep working or attending school. Outpatient rehab can also work better if patients have a supportive home environment where they can stay close to loved ones. These facilities often make them the better choice for parents. Generally there is less social stigma attached to outpatient rehab, because inpatient rehab does require explaining your disappearance to those who know you.

Be sure to choose rehab with proven expertise in handling your addiction. If you’re hooked on Crystal Meth, don’t move into a place best known for drying out alcoholics. Methamphetamine over stimulates the brain’s pleasure centers to the point where addicts no longer enjoy much of anything else. While detox for alcohol can take days, meth users can take weeks to detoxify.

The primary purpose of a drug or alcohol rehab center is to allow you to get back to living a healthier happier life without chemical dependency, but be forewarned. You could well need to develop a new circle of friends.

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