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Rehab Near Me Remains On Call During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 20, 2020
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US based Rehab Near Me is pleased to inform the communities they serve that their partnered rehab centers will remain accessible for all those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the company understands how serious the pandemic is and how important it is for everyone to pitch in to limit the virus’ spread, they are also aware of the fact that those suffering from addiction will continue to need support in this period of uncertainty. As such, they welcome all inquiries regarding their services as well as the precautions they will be taking regarding the pandemic in the months to come. Learn more about their work here:

Across the country, states are considering—or have already implemented—some form of shelter-in-place order that requires local residents to stay home and limit both their travel and social interactions as much as possible in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus. However, many are still able to travel for necessities, including groceries and immediate medical care. According to Rehab Near Me, a person’s journey through sobriety should also be given a high priority, particularly if their only other option at this time is to remain indoors for an extended period of time.

“Everyone is under a tremendous amount of stress right now,” says Rehab Near Me. “Many of us have had their lives completely upended in recent weeks, and this crisis is taxing everyone’s ability to maintain a sense of normalcy. However, while this can be difficult enough for the average person, it is likely to be much more difficult for someone who is trying to end their addiction or stay the course and remain sober. The pressure that current events places on them will likely be exacerbated by their addiction, which in turn will mean they will need professional help now more than ever.”

Furthermore, those suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction will now be unable to seek out the face-to-face contact they relied on within their support networks. AA meetings, for instance, will now have to take place over digital platforms, which are likely to be unfamiliar (and therefore uncomfortable) environments in and of themselves. While access to this sort of help can mitigate the sense of exclusion brought about by social distancing, it may not be enough for some.

Many will also have no other choice than to work extra hard on maintaining their sobriety by themselves, and Rehab Near Me encourages these individuals to seek out whatever healthy means they can find to support themselves and their sobriety. For instance, the organization suggests that they listen to music they can empathize with, or that helps them cope. Those interested may listen to such a playlist, curated by Rehab Near Me, here:

Rehab Near Me specializes in connecting those in need with short-term inpatient drug and alcohol rehab centers in their area. Believing that access to the right specialists, support and tools is crucial to an addict’s recovery, the organization strives to locate rehab centers that provide a high standard of service that is most likely to offer the help that their patients require.

As they explain on their website, “Inpatient treatment is an intensive form of rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction. It follows the medical detox phase and combines behavioral therapy to tackle the root cause of addictive behavior. Under an inpatient program, recovering individuals can get the proper medical attention they require because professionals can evaluate their condition properly. Alcohol and/or drug withdrawal are handled in the detox phase of recovery.”

They add, “The inpatient addiction treatment centers that Rehab Near Me works with have proven treatment processes that offer life changing quality medical care for drug rehabilitation as well as alcohol rehabilitation. The addiction campuses across the country offer a road to recovery that starts with a phone call.”

Interested parties are welcome to visit the Rehab Near Me website to learn more. Here, they may access resources that put them in touch with local rehab centers as well. Furthermore, any inquiries may be directed to James Thomas of Rehab Near Me, and the organization welcomes all those who wish to reach out via social media. Find them here on Facebook:

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