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Treatment

There are many treatment options available for people struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. These include inpatient and outpatient rehab, ongoing support groups and multiple kinds of therapies.

What Are My Addiction Treatment Options?

Many people start their recovery process with either an inpatient or outpatient treatment program. Addiction treatment is different for each individual and can be customized based on each person’s unique needs and situations. Doctors and therapists will create a plan for recovery based on the substance being abused and the severity of the addiction.

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Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient programs offer the highest level of treatment care, with medically supervised detoxification and around-the-clock support.

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Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment is ideal for people who are motivated to stop using their substance, but require the flexibility of a program that will work around their schedule.

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Sober Living Homes

Sober living homes operate as a bridge between an inpatient treatment center and the “real world.” These are a great option for those who need additional time reinforcing what was learned in rehab.

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Support Groups

Support groups are instrumental to continued sobriety after rehab. There are a number of different support groups tailored to specific substances or demographics.

The Standard Treatment Structure

Most drug and alcohol treatment programs follow a similar procedure, beginning with a medical detoxification and continuing into ongoing therapies.

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DRUG AND ALCOHOL DETOX

The first step in many treatment programs, a detoxification is performed under the guidance of a medical professional to ensure the patient’s withdrawal symptoms are under control. Detoxing from some drugs requires the use of medication during treatment to help ease the withdrawal process. These drugs are often tapered down until the patient is no longer reliant on any substance.

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INPATIENT VS. OUTPATIENT REHAB

Inpatient rehabs are intensive, residential treatment programs designed to help individuals overcome serious or long-term addictions. Outpatient rehabs are part-time programs, allowing the recovering user to continue going to work or school during the day.

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ONGOING THERAPIES (LIFE AFTER REHAB)

After rehabilitation, there are many ongoing therapies available for recovering addicts to help them continue on the right path. As recovery is a lifelong process, it is important to pursue ongoing treatments that provide support and accountability.

Addiction Treatment Therapies

Therapies used in addiction treatment are based on an individual’s health and substance abuse patterns. Options for therapy include an array of individual or group therapy sessions and are organized by addiction counselors.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Biofeedback

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Holistic Therapy

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Experiential Therapy

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT)

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.

Faith-Based Treatment

CBT is used to help people in recovery address problematic thoughts or feelings that may compromise sobriety or contribute to a relapse.