In Philadelphia, get right help you need for recovery
Dependency is an excruciating, unhappy disease to have to live with, and there are many individuals who suffer from dependency to drugs and alcohol, and those who have loved ones who are afflicted by dependency to drugs and alcohol. Mostly because drug abuse continues to be an incredibly stigmatized problem, many people don’t know how to help themselves, or understand how to find help for their family members or friends. The process of rehabilitation, or rehab, is to help addicts come to realize their addiction, learn how to recognize and avoid triggers that cause them to use, and learn to live successfully as an addict in recovery. To meet the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all our clients, we develop individualized, customized treatment plans, and provides a wholesome, compassionate setting for addicts that are wanting to start the process of recovery.
Treatment Centers in Philadelphia Can Help
A person who is so profoundly addicted to a drug, or to alcohol, that they are going to harm not only themselves, but will harm people that they love, obviously suffers from an insidious, scary disease. Unlike other sicknesses, there is no ‘wonder cure’ for addiction, however people that enter qualified, accredited treatment centers generally tend to experience the most success in recovery. Our plans are not only fact-based, but medically proven, and include individual and group therapy meetings, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step groups, behavioral modeling, and all of the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable cost of an outpatient facility. For information regarding interventions, detox, treatment programs, and addiction in general, or for help with addiction, or to help a family member with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, contact our experts at 916-249-2665.
What do Our Treatment Centers do?
Due to the fact that some addicts might now realize their addiction to drugs or alcohol is an issue, or may be resistant to treatment, intervention is often the first step towards recovery. With our help, friends, family members, and loved ones of an addict can plan an intervention with the goal of confronting the addict about their drug and/or alcohol use, provide the addict with examples of how they have harmed themselves and others, and urge them to enter a rehabilitation program. We recommend utilizing a professional interventionist to organize an effective intervention. An intervention is NOT the same thing as rehabilitation, and will not prevent an addict from abusing drugs and/or alcohol. When followed up immediately by treatment, interventions are efficient, powerful tools for getting help for loved ones.
A period of detox is occasionally needed for addicts before they are able to enter a rehab program. We offer an effective detox, or detoxification, which is a medically supervised procedure that is meant to alleviate many of the worst parts of withdrawal. For individuals who were hooked on alcohol, opiates, and a few other kinds of substances, detox is a particularly important stage of treatment, because withdrawal from these drugs can actually be fatal without clinical supervision. ’Cold turkey’ can be a very dangerous, even deadly choice. Detox is NOT rehabilitation - it is only meant to help an addict correctly withdraw from drugs or alcohol.
We offer rehabilitation for people at all stages of dependency, whether they’ve only started displaying signs of dependency, or are continuing abusers of drugs and alcohol. Our services include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. By evaluating the root of addiction, observing contributing psychological components, and creating optimum treatment plans for every client, Treatment Centers in Philadelphia is able to offer the most powerful, efficient treatment program. Connect with 916-249-2665 today.