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Choosing the Best Tramadol Drug Rehab Centers

Although it was once thought that tramadol was a safe alternative to stronger opiates, it is now known that it is not. Tramadol is a centrally-acting opiate, which means that it affects more than just the pain centers. This opens you up to a host of problems aside from the obvious addiction issues.

If you are addicted to tramadol, your family, job, life, and your health are all at risk. On top of the normal opiate issues, there is tramadol related psychosis that you need to worry about. One of the only ways to end your tramadol addiction is through treatment.

Inpatient tramadol rehab centers are there to help. They offer a complete recovery program for all levels of tramadol addiction. For more information on these centers, all you have to do is call inpatient Drug rehab centers 800-430-1407Who Answers?. We can help.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient

When you are looking for tramadol addition treatment, you will have to decide between inpatient and outpatient treatment. Each type of treatment has its own advantages and disadvantages. Knowing both can help you make an informed decision.

Residential tramadol addiction treatment centers allow you to stay at the facility 24 hours a day. The advantages of inpatient treatment are:

  • 24 hour monitoring and support.
  • An easier withdrawal period due to medications and support.
  • Structured environment.
  • Not having to deal with your triggers until you are ready.
  • Your environment is completely drug free.
  • You are not exposed to your dealer or others that use tramadol.
  • You are in a safe place.

The disadvantages of inpatient treatment are:

Outpatient treatment is similar to inpatient treatment except you are at home while you are in treatment. The advantages of outpatient treatment are:

  • You can take care of your family while in treatment.
  • You can schedule your treatment around work or school.
  • It is less expensive than inpatient treatment.

Outpatient treatment also has some disadvantages:

  • You are exposed to your triggers before you learn to properly deal with them.
  • Tramadol and other opiates are readily available.
  • You might relapse if you friends or family uses around you.
  • You are around what caused you to start your addiction.
  • The environment you are in may not have the structure you need.
  • It is sometimes less effective than inpatient treatment.
  • You have a greater chance of relapse.

Only you can decide which is the right type of treatment. The best way to do this is to compare inpatient and outpatient treatment with your needs in mind.

Types of Tramadol Rehab

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Inpatient drug rehab gives you the time and space you need to recover.

There are a few types of inpatient tramadol rehab. The type that you choose depends on your goals and needs. The most common and effective type is medication assisted treatment. According to the Center for Medicaid, medication assisted treatment combines behavioral therapies with medication for withdrawal. Medication assisted treatment is the treatment standard for opiate addiction.

You can also participate in medication maintenance treatment. Medication maintenance treatment uses the same combination of medication and behavioral therapy only at the end of your withdrawal period you do not stop the medication. This is useful in cases where chronic pain is involved.

There are medication free options as well. You can go to just counseling or a tapering method. Just counseling is exactly what it sounds like. You engage in behavioral therapy to find and correct the cause of your addiction.

Tapering is the process of gradually reducing the amount of tramadol that you take gradually. This helps you avoid withdrawal and allow your body to adjust to not having the opiates.

Is Inpatient Tramadol Rehab Right for Me?

Residential tramadol addiction treatment is a big step. It can be difficult to decide if it is the right step for you. You can make this decision by examining your needs and goals. There are some indicators that residential treatment might be the best option for you. These indicators are:

  • Your family and friends do not want to be around you when you are on the drugs.
  • You are missing important activities due to your drug use.
  • You have lost your job or are in danger of losing your job.
  • You are using more and more tramadol to achieve the same effect.
  • You continue to use tramadol despite the consequences.
  • You are engaging in high risk behaviors.

Each of these are good indicators that you need inpatient tramadol treatment. Only you know what is right for you. For more information, call use at 800-430-1407Who Answers?. We can help you make this important decision.

How Long Will I Spend in Residential Treatment?

How long you spend in inpatient tramadol rehab is up to you. There are both short term and long term programs available. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, short term programs last between 30 and 90 days while long term programs last from 6 months to a year.

The length of treatment depends on the type of program and the effectiveness of the treatment. For treatments like methadone maintenance, it is likely that treatment will last a year or longer.

According to the Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment, treatment needs to be of an adequate length. Too short and you risk relapse, too long and the treatment becomes redundant and that increases the chance of relapse.

Where Can I Get Treatment for Tramadol Addiction?

You can find inpatient tramadol rehab centers all over the country but not all treatment centers are the same. You need a treatment center that works for you. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, most substance abuse treatment centers should offer:

  • Detoxification services – medications, monitoring, and counseling throughout the detoxification process.
  • Rehabilitation services – counseling, therapy, and other services to help discover the cause of the addiction, deal with the consequences, and help to prevent relapse.

These are just the basic necessities. Many treatment centers also offer other programs such as:

  • Legal counseling and assistance
  • Parenting classes
  • Skill building classes
  • Vocational counseling
  • Drug education
  • Medical help

Each of these services is important to finding the right treatment center for you.

Do I Really NEED Inpatient Tramadol Rehab?

Many people second guess whether they truly need inpatient treatment or not. Chances are if you are asking this question, you need it. A few ways to judge if you need inpatient treatment are:

  • If you have a severe addiction.
  • If your addiction is impacting your life in a very negative manner.
  • You have attempted to stop using tramadol and failed.
  • You are experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms that need to be medically managed.
  • It is ruining your relationships with friends and family members.
  • You have lost your job or your employer is warning you that you might lose your job over your drug use.
  • You are suffering from the legal or financial consequences of your addiction.
  • You are not safe at home.
  • You have or suspect you have a disorder that is causing your addiction.
  • You have tried other methods and failed.

Each of these is a very good reason to try inpatient rehab for your tramadol addiction. For help deciding on inpatient tramadol rehab all you have to do is call 800-430-1407Who Answers?.

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Paying for Tramadol Addiction Treatment

Paying for residential tramadol addiction treatment can be a scary prospect. Some people avoid treatment because it seems expensive. It is not when you consider the cost of continuing a drug addiction. You have to remember the total cost of your addiction treatment pays for:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Support staff
  • Therapists
  • Counseling sessions
  • Food
  • A place to sleep
  • Laundry
  • Medication
  • Alternative treatments
  • Use of exercise facilities
  • Activities

Each of these things is costly on its own.

The majority of treatment centers will work with you on paying for your treatment. The first place you should look is your insurance company. Insurance companies are now offering insurance for substance abuse and mental health treatment. Check to see if you are covered for inpatient or residential treatment.

If you do not have insurance, you can always request a payment plan. You can speak to the financial counselor at your treatment center and they can help you figure out a monthly payment that you can afford.

The total cost of treatment does not have to be frightening. Ask your treatment center how they can help or call 800-430-1407Who Answers?.

Choosing an Inpatient Tramadol Treatment Program

There are many things to think of when you are choosing an inpatient rehab program. You should make a checklist and try to find out as much as you can before committing to a specific treatment center. Here are some questions that you should ask your treatment center:

  • Do you have a program specifically for tramadol addiction?
  • Is your treatment center accredited and inspected by the proper agencies?
  • Are all of your staff members certified in addiction science?
  • What ways can I pay for treatment?
  • Do you work with insurance companies?
  • What other programs do you have?
  • What amenities does your treatment center offer?
  • What is your staff to patient ratio?

Each of these is a valuable question. Choosing the right treatment center can mean the difference between success and failure in your treatment program. For help finding the perfect treatment center for you, call us at 800-430-1407Who Answers?.

What Happens After Rehab?

One part of find the right inpatient tramadol rehab is finding one with a comprehensive and complete aftercare program. Aftercare is a form of continuing treatment that takes place after inpatient or outpatient treatment is complete. Some common aftercare programs are:

  • Sober housing – a residence where everyone is committed to staying sober. You can receive help and support while getting ready to re-enter society.
  • 12 Step programs – addict helping other addict type community support groups. You can attend meetings as many meetings as you need to keep from relapsing.
  • Continued counseling – you can continue your counseling on an outpatient basis to prevent relapse and help you with the problems that your tramadol use caused.
  • Continued medication – you can also continue medication if you are on medication maintenance treatment. This is particularly useful in cases of chronic pain.

You can also combine any of these aftercare programs to make sure that you are getting all of the help that you need. According to the National Library of Medicine, treatment combined with a good aftercare program increases your chances of success and decreases your chances of relapse.

Get Help Today

Tramadol addiction is a very real issue. The addiction can destroy your life, your family, your health, and your finances. It is extremely important to get treatment as soon as possible. Fortunately, inpatient tramadol rehab centers can help, all you need to do is call 800-430-1407Who Answers?.

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