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There are all sorts of solutions out there for people who are addicted to substances and want to change their lives for the better. By tailoring the programs they offer to a specific type of person with an addiction, program administrators hope to offer customized support and real healing.

By learning more about what each type of rehab looks like and whom each type is made for, families can make an informed choice about the recovery process for the people they love. These are just a few of the rehab types available right now.

Christian Rehab

About 71 percent of Americans identify as Christians, per research from the Pew Research Center. For people in this group, a rehab program that combines science-based therapies with deep spiritual support might be best.

Holistic Rehab

Traditional Western medicine provides a number of solutions, when it comes to addictions. But for those who prefer to add some Eastern concepts into their healing process, such as acupuncture or yoga, a holistic rehab might be the ideal solution.

Luxury Rehab

Most addicted people need to stay in treatment programs for at least three months, says the National Institute on Drug Abuse. For some, luxury rehab programs provide the plush surroundings and key amenities that make retention more likely.

Long-Term Rehab

If prior attempts at sobriety have led to nothing but relapse, a long-term rehab program might be ideal. Here, people have the opportunity to tap into help that lasts for a year or even longer, so they can put down deep sobriety roots before they return to their communities.

Outpatient Rehab

When staying close to family and friends is a key part of the recovery process, an outpatient program might be a good fit. People in these programs are still expected to work, learn and grow, but they do so while they continue to live at home with the people they love.

Rehab for Women

Women in recovery face special challenges, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, as their symptoms may be hidden from view. Anxiety, shame and depression aren’t easy to see, but they could keep a woman from healing. A rehab program just for women is sensitive to these differences, and approaches are made just for women.

Residential Rehab

Addictions can thrive on habit. The people, places and situations associated with past drug use can work as relapse triggers, keeping people locked into behaviors they wish they could change. A residential program allows people to step away and develop skills before returning home.

Dual Diagnosis Rehab

People with addictions compounded by mental illness need therapies that can address both difficulties at the same time. A dual diagnosis program does just that. Medications, therapies and support are all geared toward holistic healing, addressing all factors at the same time.

Teen Rehab

Teenagers aren’t small adults. They have very specific challenges, unique thought patterns, and definable risks for addiction. A teen rehab program provides targeted support for teens in need of recovery, so they can build healthy, happy and sober futures.

If you’re not sure about which program is right for you or for the person you love, please contact us. We have a team of experts who are just a phone call away. Pick up the phone and call the number at the bottom of this page to get in touch.

Rehab Types

Christian Rehab

Individuals who take great solace in their faith may benefit from the mixture of addiction treatment and faith-based activities found in Christian drug and alcohol rehab.

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Detox

Detox is a crucial part of the recovery process, helping the individual overcome their physical addiction to drugs and alcohol.

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Dual Diagnosis Care

Dual diagnosis rehab is care for those high-risk individuals suffering from co-occurring addiction and mental health issues.

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Holistic Rehabilitation

For individuals who need to maintain a presence in the home during addiction treatment, holistic rehabilitation allows you to naturally cleanse and heal your body..

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Interventions

Concerned family and friends who want to get their loved one get addiction treatment help may call for an intervention to help them understand the seriousness of their problem.

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Long-Term Rehab

Individuals with a history of relapse, or who have become a danger to themselves and others may require long term drug and alcohol rehab that lasts a full year or longer.

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Luxury Rehab

High-end luxury rehab centers offer top-flight care and five-star amenities for men and women suffering from drug addiction and alcoholism.

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Outpatient Rehab

For individuals who need to maintain a presence in the home during addiction treatment, outpatient care is a chance to heal while receiving support from family and friends.

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Rehab for Women

Studies have found that women respond more positively to addiction treatment when they are engaged in a gender-specific rehab program that speaks to their unique needs.

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Rehab Insurance

Insurance helps countless families offset the cost of addiction treatment and rehab at a time when they need financial help most.

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Residential Rehab

Residential addiction treatment programs are a chance for men and women to leave a destructive environment and enter a safe place where they may focus solely on their recovery.

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Sober Living Rehab

A sober living home is a chance for the recovering addict to regain their footing is a safe environment that promotes wellness and support.

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Teen Rehab

Young people and their families who are struggling with addiction need the life-saving treatment and counseling offered at teen drug and alcohol rehab programs.

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