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Is Rehab the Right Choice?

Rehab is almost always the best choice for recovery; without it, many individuals struggle for years to build a strong enough recovery that will allow them to make a true change in their lives. Call 888-646-0635Who Answers? now to find a rehab center that will help you put an end to your substance abuse.

Why Should I Choose Rehab?

The treatment options offered in rehab programs––traditionally a combination of medication and behavioral therapy––have been found to be effective in helping patients put an end to their dangerous substance abuse, something many individuals are unable to do without this particular option. Relapse rates are much lower for those who attend rehab, but the benefits don’t stop there.

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Rehab can improve psychological outcomes.

Rehab centers offer more than just medication and therapy for individuals in recovery, but these options are based on considerable evidence that promotes recovery. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, professional addiction treatment programs have been scientifically proven to not only help patients end their abuse of dangerous substances, but they also help to

  • Decrease criminal activity
  • Improve medical and psychological outcomes
  • Benefit social functioning
  • Improve vocational, educational, and legal outcomes

What About Other Options?

Other options for recovery do exist, from the highly popular mutual-support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and SMART Recovery to the choice of performing at-home tapering of one’s drug dosage under the supervision of a personal physician. However, these options can sometimes be too hands-off for certain individuals to receive the help and support they need during recovery. According to the NIDA, “Most patients need long-term or repeated care to stop using completely and recover their lives.”

Is Rehab the Right Choice… for Me?

Often, the best question to ask yourself is if rehab is the right choice for your needs. If you

  • Have been abusing drugs for more than a year
  • Have never attended a professional rehab program
  • Require help for multiple other issues (legal, financial, vocational, medical, psychological, etc.) beyond just your addiction
  • Have tried many times to stop or cut back on your substance abuse but been unable to do so
  • Are experiencing severe side effects or life problems associated with your addiction

it is time to seek help in a professional rehab facility. Many people wonder if rehab is the right choice for them or if it is even necessary. But often, the safety and control attending one of these programs provides is vital to someone who has not been in control of their life and substance abuse for a long time.

In general, rehab is usually the best choice for recovery, and it is likely the right choice for you. Especially if you have never attended a professional recovery program for addiction, this option could help you make the kind of change you’ve been hoping to make in your life.

Seek Help for Addiction Recovery Today

Many different types of rehab programs exist, and it is important that you find the right choice for your needs. Let us help you do so by calling 888-646-0635Who Answers?; we will match you with the right option for your safe and secure recovery today.

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