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Addiction Rehab Centers

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a man wonders if he needs an amphetamine addiction treatment programAmphetamines are highly addictive and hazardous drugs. Once the addiction has been developed, it can be very difficult to get rid of it without proper substance abuse treatment. At Addiction Rehab Centers, extensive treatment plans are offered to the patients struggling with amphetamine addiction. It is never too late to seek out help. If a loved one is suffering from amphetamine addiction, do not let them suffer in silence. Get them the addiction treatment they need without any further delay.

Inpatient Treatment Programs

Inpatient treatment programs offer the most intensive type of treatment. They require the patient to live in a rehabilitation center for varying periods of time, ranging from a few weeks to a few months. It is highly recommended for patients with poor physical and mental health. During inpatient treatment, the patient is supervised by professionals 24/7 who monitor his progress and provide him with every type of treatment he needs. The rehabilitation center staff and other patients have a significant role in this type of treatment program. Also, the patient is taught effective coping mechanisms and relapse prevention techniques to resist cravings. The success rate is increased a great deal when inpatient treatment is availed.

Outpatient Treatment Programs

An outpatient treatment program is an alternative option for patients who cannot afford to live in a rehabilitation center for a number of reasons. It is like an inpatient treatment program excluding the living in part. It costs less than inpatient treatment. The patient is allowed to live at home caring for his family and performing everyday duties while getting treated at the same time. The patient may also need to visit the rehab center occasionally, depending upon his condition and progress. Although the outpatient treatment program is not as intensive and does not provide 24/7 expert supervision, it is suitable for people who cannot live in rehab for any reason. The drawback of outpatient treatment programs is that chances of relapsing are greater than in an inpatient treatment program. It is better to opt for an outpatient treatment program after having completed an inpatient treatment program.

Types of Therapy

Therapy is an important part of recovery from the start to the end. From helping a patient talk to a loved one about his condition to helping him effectively resist the cravings, therapy has significant importance. Individual and group therapy is an important part of any good rehabilitation program.

Individual therapy involves only a patient and his therapist. The therapist can help the patient with a lot of things. For example:

  • How to talk to a loved one about his condition and help them understand his condition better
  • How to endure the pain from withdrawal
  • How to stay positive throughout the process
  • How to replace negative thoughts with positive ones
  • How to stay determined
  • How to start a new life after recovery
  • How to resist urges to relapse

Group therapy involves a number of patients going through the same pain. It can be immensely encouraging to listen to the success stories of other patients and how they coped with negative thoughts. Some of the other goals of group therapy include teaching the patients:

  • Dealing with psychological issues
  • Resisting cravings
  • Managing stressful life situations
  • Staying positive during times of distress
  • Establishing relationships again
  • Handling negative thoughts successfully
  • Avoiding drugs in times of difficulty
  • Reestablishing social skills
  • Managing medications
  • Dealing with traumatic life situations

Family therapy involves the patient and their immediate family or spouse. It can help the family to understand the condition of the addict in a better way. It makes the process of communication easier and improves relationships.

Treatment of Co-occurring Conditions

Co-occurring condition is a term that is used to refer to a psychological condition/mental illness co-existing with drug addiction. It is highly likely for a drug addict to have an underlying undiagnosed psychological condition. Studies suggest that people coping with a mental illness such as depression are more likely to become addicted to drugs. It is not possible to cure addiction without curing the mental illness. So diagnosing such conditions and treating them is a significant part of any rehabilitation program. Addiction, as well as mental illness, needs to be treated simultaneously at a rehabilitation center. If such conditions are left unattended, the chances of a relapse are significantly increased.

Discover How Addiction Treatment Centers Can Help

Today, reach out to our admissions team at 844.910.0686 to learn more about our addiction treatment programs.