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Addiction is an awful, miserable disease to live with, and there are many people who suffer from dependency to drugs or alcohol, or have loved ones that suffer from dependency to drugs or alcohol. Rehabilitation, or rehab for short, is a treatment method that helps addicts come to terms with their dependency, learn how to identify and avoid triggers that cause them to use, and learn how to live as an addict in recovery. In order to meet the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs of all their clients, Drug Rehab CT creates individualized, custom-designed rehabilitation plans, and provides a wholesome, compassionate atmosphere for addicts who are wanting to start the recovery process.
What Drug Rehab CT Does
For some addicts, intervention is their first step towards recovery because it’s the first time they realize that they have an issue with drugs and/or alcohol. Friends, family, and loved ones of an addict plan an intervention with the purpose of confronting the addict about their drug and alcohol use, presenting the addict with examples of how they’ve hurt themselves and others, and urging them to go into a rehabilitation program. For an intervention to be successful, Drug Rehab Centers CT encourage an extensive planning stage guided by a professional interventionist. An intervention is NOT the same as treatment, and will not prevent an addict from abusing drugs or alcohol again, however, when followed immediately by rehabilitation, interventions are effective and powerful techniques for getting loved ones help.
Many, though by no means all, addicts need to start the rehabilitation process with a period of detox. Detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised procedure that helps addicts during the worst portions of withdrawal. It’s possible that an addict will require specific medication or an IV for hydration and nutrition. Withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, and certain kinds of drugs can actually be deadly without medical assistance, so for addicts suffering from dependency to these drugs, detox is incredibly important. Although many people mistakenly think it is safe, going ‘cold turkey’ can be a very unhealthy and even fatal choice. However, detox will only assist an addict to effectively withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol, not end their dependency, since it is only one step in rehabilitation.
Drug Rehab CT provides safe, effective treatment for people in all stages of addiction, from people who have just started to feel the effects of addiction, to people who have been chronically abusing drugs and alcohol. Their rehab 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. For the most powerful and efficient treatment, Drug Rehab CT assesses how debilitating the dependency is, any contributing psychological components (like co-occurring disorders), and the most effective path to recovery for each individual client.
Drug Rehab CT Helps
When a person is so overpoweringly addicted to drugs or alcohol that they will hurt not only themselves, but also the people they love, it’s obvious they suffers from an insidious, overwhelming disease. Unfortunately, there’s no wonder ‘cure’ for addiction unlike with some other diseases, but people who receive treatment at qualified, accredited rehab programs regularly find success in recovery. Drug Rehab CT’s treatment plans are not only fact-based, but medically proven, and include individual and group therapy sessions, physical and recreational activities, participation in the 12-step community, behavioral modeling, and all the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility. For information regarding interventions, detox, rehabilitation programs, and dependency in general, or for help with addiction, or to help a friend with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, contact Drug Rehab CT at (203) 769-9913.