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Learn everything you need to know about the different types of treatment for alcohol addiction, and what you might come to expect when you enter a rehab program or service. Not all programs are alike and not all will be right for you or your loved one's situation.Learn More
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Finding the right drug rehab program is a crucial part of achieving sobriety. This comprehensive drug rehab guide is designed to help the individual and her family select the most appropriate program to meet her needs, and to better prepare them for what to expect during the addiction treatment process.Learn More
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There are a number of different drug rehab programs currently operating in the United States, each one with it's own methods and treatment philosophies. Understand the differences between these types of rehab options can help enhance the individual's chances at breaking through with a successful recovery. Consider the following popular types of drug rehab:
Throughout the past century, certain drugs have fallen in and out of favor within the substance abuse "community". What was considered a national health epidemic twenty years ago, may today be little more than a "niche drug" among a small percentage of the population. The following is a brief overview of some of the most common drug addictions currently being addressed in treatment centers around the country.
If you are suffering from a drug addiction or substance abuse problem, drug rehab is the best chance at getting sober (and staying that way). Each drug addiction, however, may require it's own line of treatment. In other words, what works effectively for a heroin addiction may not be the best course of action for someone with a dependence on heroin. Therefore, it is important to understand the different types of drug rehab "tracks" and ask the rehab team at your facility about their experience in that area.
Individuals who are living with a drug addiction often do not seek out professional help until they have "bottomed out" and lost almost everything they hold dear. Until that time, they are simply too caught up in a state of denial to reach out for help. Therefore, it falls to family and friends to step forward and help the individual understand the depth of their problem. Individuals who want to help a loved one should consider the following:
The cost of a drug rehab program can be significant. Some luxury drug rehab programs can cost thousands of dollars per week to attend. Even outpatient care, that is much less expensive, can still be too much of a financial burden for families that have seen their savings depleted as a result of addiction. To help, many insurance companies now pay for all or part of treatment at certain facilities. In addition, there are a number of drug rehab centers that offer financing plans to help offset the cost of care for those who apply.
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By Carly Benson From the outside looking in, we may not consider the substance abuse epidemic in our country to be an employer’s issue. However, after taking a much closer look, it actually affects employers significantly. One of the most common issues someone battling an addiction faces is how the
Tennessee – as well as the rest of the United States – is in the midst of an unprecedented drug overdose epidemic. Today, more Americans die from drug overdoses than car crashes or gun fatalities. In 2014 alone, drug overdoses killed 47,000 people in the US, averaging out to 130
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