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Rehab Near Me Working with Mental Health Service Clinics to Help Find Addiction Treatment Services for Those Who Need Help

April 11, 2023
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Rehab Near Me, an online resource for drug and alcohol rehab treatment, has been working with mental health service clinics in the effort to find qualified addiction treatment facilities for those who need help. They have partnered with rehab treatment centers that accept most insurance plans. They will typically recommend inpatient drug rehab treatment, which is a program where the patient is required to reside in the rehab treatment center during the period of treatment. This allows them to monitor the patient 24/7 based on a structured program.

A key advantage of inpatient drug rehab treatment is that it separates the patients from their typical environment, which has the triggers and temptations that caused the patients to resort to the use of drugs and other addictive substances. Some patients have problematic home environments, and the inpatient program allows them to stay away from such an environment. In the inpatient rehab program, patients have the choice of staying in a room alone or sharing a room with a roommate. Addiction experts can also monitor them 24/7 and provide them with guidance throughout the duration of the program.

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The decision to go for inpatient rehab is a personal decision to be made the person struggling with an addiction. It would be best to get a recommendation from a doctor or addiction treatment professional. Inpatient is frequently recommended for patients with moderate to severe addiction. But the decision is highly personal and some patients cannot go into residential treatment because of their work or they are responsible for taking care of loved ones. But live in drug treatment centers are highly recommended for those who have a high risk of relapse.

Meanwhile, detox is an important component of the drug rehab process in order to deal with the withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms occur when the patient stops or decreases the use of the drug and these adverse effects can be life-threatening although this is rare. Medication may be needed to help manage the withdrawal symptoms. During the detox, the patient’s intake of the drug is gradually reduced while medication is provided to help minimize the withdrawal symptoms.

In outpatient rehab, the patient can go home after a treatment session. This allows the patients to continue with their daily activities in between sessions. This kind of rehab treatment is often possible for those who have milder cases of addiction and those who have responsibilities they need to attend to, such as work.

Inpatient rehab treatment usually last from three to 12 weeks, depending on various factors, including the progress of the patient while in rehab. Naturally, more severe cases will need longer treatment programs. Some programs may be as long as six months.

During the start of rehab treatment, the facility’s addiction treatment specialists will first perform a complete assessment of the substance abuse patient. This will include both physical and mental health exams and also the determination of the degree of dependence on psychoactive drugs, including alcohol. Psychological issues, including anxiety, self-harm, depression, history of abuse or trauma, personality disorders, etc. are also assessed.

During the inpatient program, the health professionals will dig deep into the root causes of the addiction and guide the patient in discovering ways to cope and thrive in the real world after the treatment has been completed. The treatment begins with a detox period that eliminates the drugs and/or alcohol from the system of the patient. After the detox process, the patient will get counseling and other treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT can help the patient have a more positive view of their problems.

A primary concern of many people considering going into rehab is if their insurance can cover for it. Fortunately, there are various payment alternatives, which would depend on the rehab facility chosen. Some facilities accept insurance plans, which is why Rehab Near Me typically recommends facilities that accept most insurance plans.

Those who are looking for rehab treatment programs either for themselves or a loved one, or looking for additional information on drug abuse, such as teenage opioid addiction, can check out the Rehab Near Me website or contact them on the telephone or through email.

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