5 Ways In-house Drug Rehab Helps You Heal
In 2007 SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) found that 9.4 percent of the people in the United States ranging in age from 12 years old and up had a drug or alcohol problem. By now that number may have tripled or worse. Out of that 9.4 percent, only a small portion actually received treatment and is still struggling on a daily basis. We can help you achieve your goal- you are not alone!
As you go through you drug rehab, you will find that you have a whole new world that has opened up to you. It becomes a learning experience for you on so many different levels and this is wonderful news! One of the goals you will continually strive to achieve is recovery on all levels, spiritual, emotional and physical. This is not easy by any means however with the right type of program it can be achieved. An in-house drug rehab is an option that is available to you and will provide you with some benefits that will assist you in the healing process during your recovery.
Around the clock care and supervision
24/7 monitoring by medical and professional staff members that will tend to your needs during the phases of treatment. You have placed yourself in a very safe environment, free from the drugs or alcohol that bound you which will help you to become accountable and keep you from these habits.
The staff will be able to provide you with medications, if needed, to help you with the transition of the various phases. They will also be able to provide other options that may be appealing without medication, such as exercise programs, acupuncture or yoga just to name a few.
Individual or group support that will guide you through each hurdle. It may teach you coping skills that can be applied to getting you through those difficult times or triggers. Transitional therapy will teach you how to refocus your life from the addiction to your well being.
Individualized treatment plan
We know that no two people are alike therefore each person’s treatment plan must be specific to their needs. An assessment will be done with each person to devise the best way to treat their addiction and plan for their recovery.
Emotional or psychological healing
It is so important to your recovery that you reach peace in this area with yourself. You have to forgive yourself in order to move on. Sometimes the best way to climb the mountain is to start at the bottom, and then the healing can begin. With the support of being in-house, you may begin to understand the root cause of your addiction, once you do the healing process can begin and you can move forward with your “new” life.