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Living with dependency is an excruciating, unhappy experience for the people who suffer from dependency to drugs and alcohol, and for those who have loved ones suffering from dependency to drugs or alcohol. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a process meant to help addicts come to terms with their addiction, learn to recognize and avoid triggers that lead them to use, and learn how to live life as an addict in recovery. They create individualized, custom-made treatment plans to meet the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all their clients, and provides a wholesome, sympathetic environment for addicts that wish to begin recovering from drug or alcohol dependency. You can get that help today.
Accredited treatment facility are administered by certified substance abuse specialists, including a clinical and medical staff. We want to help you get the help you need to get sober. We can direct you to the right facilities that can facilitate your recovery. Contact us for help locating a detox or rehab facility, or for help convincing a family member to agree to a treatment center, at (620) 220-6695.
Drug Rehab Will Help You Get Back On Track
People who suffer from addiction are willing to hurt themselves, and also the people who they love, demonstrating that it is clearly an insidious, scary disease. Unlike some other diseases, there's no wonder “cure” for addiction; however, people who enter qualified, accredited rehab centers tend to experience the most success in recovery.
Our treatment 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 price of an outpatient facility.
For help with dependency, or to help a family member with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, contact us at (620) 220-6695 for details about interventions, detox, rehab programs, and dependency in general.
What Drug Rehab Can Accomplish
For addicts who don’t realize that their addiction to drugs and alcohol is an issue, or who are resistant to treatment, the first step in their recovery is regularly an intervention. In an intervention, the addict’s friends, family members, and loved ones come together as an organized team to confront the addict about their drug or alcohol dependency, present the addict with ways they've harmed themselves or others, and to encourage them to enter a rehabilitation center. It is also necessary to remember that an intervention is NOT rehabilitation, and it will not prevent the addict from using by itself. If followed up immediately by treatment, interventions are efficient, powerful techniques for helping loved ones. A period of detox is sometimes needed for addicts before they are able to enter a rehabilitation facility. Since withdrawal may be extremely difficult, detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised process designed to safely withdraw the addict.
Withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, and some kinds of drugs can actually be fatal without medical supervision, so for people suffering from dependency to these substances, detox is extremely necessary. “Cold turkey” can be an unhealthy or even fatal option, even though lots of people mistakenly think it’s safe. It is important to remember that detox is NOT treatment, and can only assist an addict to withdraw from drugs or alcohol, not end the addiction. For people at all levels of addiction, whether they've only begun using, or they continually abuse drugs or alcohol, we are able to provide safe, effective rehabilitation. Our rehabilitation programs include, but aren't limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. By assessing the nature of dependency, identifying contributing psychological factors (such as co-occurring disorders), and creating the best treatment plans for each client, we can offer the most powerful, effective rehabilitation program.