Choosing the Best Inpatient Diazepam Rehab Centers
Diazepam, also more widely known as Valium, is a medication that is commonly provided for the treatment of generalized anxiety, muscle spasms and even to reduce the immediate impact of seizures in both humans and animals. While it is a schedule IV substance which means it has a low to moderate risk for abuse or misuse, many people do abuse Schedule IV drugs and find themselves struggling with addiction to benzodiazepines such as diazepam, Xanax or other similar drugs.
If you or someone you love is addicted to Valium, call our helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers? to be connected to a diazepam addiction specialist that can assist you in getting the treatment necessary for your recovery. Many forms of rehabilitation are available to assist you, but if you’re not familiar with the options of treatment that are available, choosing the best inpatient or outpatient diazepam rehab center can be a challenge at best—we’re here to help you if you give us a call.
One of the first major choices you’ll have to make when you decide it’s time to seek help for any addiction is whether you should opt for inpatient or outpatient drug rehab. Diazepam rehab programs come in all different shapes and sizes because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment that will help every individual who is struggling with this type of addiction.
Here’s what you need to know about inpatient diazepam rehab:
• You’re provide with a place to live while you receive counseling, therapy and medical care.
• You must be fully committed to the treatment program, because you remain in the program for at least 30 days and may stay up to 90 days or longer depending on individual needs.
• It may cost more for you to attend inpatient treatment, but insurance often covers some or all of the costs associated with your care.
• This method of treatment is generally reserved for those who are most heavily addicted and need the around-the-clock type care that is offered in a residential, hospital-like setting.
Here’s what you need to know about outpatient diazepam rehab:
• You are not provided with housing during this type of care and as a result, the level of care that you receive while in outpatient care is limited.
• This type of care is reserved mostly for those who are not heavily addicted or who have already completed a 30-90 day inpatient treatment program.
• Outpatient rehab is safe, and effective, while providing you flexibility to remain employed or otherwise involved in your everyday activities such as caring for a family or attending school while receiving care that is vital to your recovery.
Determining which type of treatment is ideal for you will depend on a variety of factors including:
• How severe your addiction to diazepam is.
• How long you’ve been addicted.
• Whether or not you have been in treatment before.
• Whether you have any underlying conditions such as mental illness or other drug problems.
• Your age, and health status.
Types of Inpatient Diazepam Rehab
Various forms of treatment exist to help you overcome addiction to diazepam. The most common forms of inpatient rehab include:
• 60-day treatment programs
• 90-day treatment programs
Of course in addition to these inpatient valium rehab options, you’re also faced with the decision between the array of amenities that each program may, or may not, have to offer.
Common amenities include:
• Art therapy
• Private living quarters
• Exercise programs
• Gourmet meals
• Equine therapy or other forms of animal therapy
• Specialized counseling for trauma resolution or similar conditions
• Outings and leisure activities
For help deciding what program is best for you, call our helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers?.
The amount of time spent in a residential treatment program for diazepam addiction depends largely on YOU. If you’ve been addicted for a very long time, you’ll likely require a bit longer in treatment to allow sufficient time for both detox and for counseling and therapy to take place. Likewise, if your addiction just began, you may only require 30 days of care in order to balance your life out and get back on track.
Generally, treatment for an addiction to valium begins with 30 days of residential care followed by 90 days or more of outpatient treatment. Don’t be scared if your treatment providers recommends a longer stay in rehab, or if you’re told that you’re progressing more rapidly than expected and that you can move on to outpatient care more quickly than previously expected—the important thing to remember here is that you should not compare your treatment progress to that of anyone else—it’s all about YOU.
Certain factors may increase the amount of time that you spend in treatment. These include:
• The severity of your addiction to diazepam
• How long you have been addicted
• How old you are
• Whether you’ve been in treatment before
• Whether you are addicted to other drugs or alcohol
• Whether you suffer from any underlying conditions such as mental illness
• How committed you are to your own recovery
Your options for treatment when addicted to diazepam are plentiful. You can choose treatment locally through a directory OR you can choose treatment out of town. Studies show that treatment that takes place out of your hometown is often more valuable to you because you are removed from the everyday struggles that otherwise could lead you to relapse.
SAMHSA provides a wide directory of treatment options as does our directory at InpatientDrugRehabCenters.com. Either option can connect you to local recovery options or you can call our helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers? for an immediate connection to a treatment provider. Many providers even accept insurance and can provide you with the care necessary at a cost that is much more affordable than you may think.
Here’s how you can tell if you REALLY need treatment for valium addiction—ask yourself these questions:
• Do I use valium daily despite a need for the drug?
• Do I use valium that is not prescribed to me?
• Do I use valium more frequently than it is prescribed or for uses other than prescribed?
• Is diazepam on my mind during times when I should be focused on work, home, family or school?
• Have I been arrested or in trouble otherwise as a result of diazepam?
• Have I promised friends or family that I would not use valium and then gone against my promises?
• Have I been in treatment before and failed or am I in a relapse situation NOW?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, there’s a good chance that treatment is a viable option for you. Call our helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers? to be considered for recovery options and to find out more about what diazepam addiction treatment is like.
One of the most common reasons for a user to avoid treatment for addiction is COST. People, just like you, are afraid of what treatment for an addiction to diazepam will cost and as a result, they simply don’t call for help. Don’t make the assumption that you can’t afford treatment—call us now 800-681-7369Who Answers? to get the help you need at a cost that is affordable to you.
Here are some ways that you can pay for diazepam rehab:
• Medicaid / Medicare
• Help from friends and family
• Credit cards or loans
• Sliding scale programs that are based on income or ability to pay
• Government-based programs
• Free rehab programs
It’s important to consider all of your options before choosing a treatment that’s right for you. We can help you with that, call 800-681-7369Who Answers? for help figuring this all out and choosing the best program for your needs.
Now that you’re armed with the information you need to decide whether or not inpatient diazepam treatment is right for you, it’s time to choose a treatment program. Your options are quite plentiful. You can go to a hospital like program, a residential rehab, a luxury program or any of the other options available both locally and out of town.
The best way to choose a program is to get professional assistance. Call 800-681-7369Who Answers? today for help choosing a program that’s the perfect fit for you in terms of cost, location, timeframe and amenities.
You’ve made the decision for help, that’s a HUGE decision to make. Now it’s time to make the phone call and get on your way to the treatment that you both need and deserve. Our helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you. Here’s what you can expect when you call 800-681-7369Who Answers?:
• A caring treatment advisor will take your call and ask you some questions about your current situation.
• You may be asked for insurance information IF you have insurance, so it’s important to have that information ready.
• You’ll be asked how long you’ve been using diazepam and how much you regularly use each day.
• You’ll be asked when and where you would like to be picked up for treatment OR if you have your own transportation to a treatment center.
Answer these questions as honestly as you can. Don’t be afraid to tell the helpline what you need and what you’re trying to do—the rest is up to us. We’ll stick with you every step of the way.