For anyone considering drug addiction treatment, it is important to recognize your treatment options and what type of facilities is at your disposal. Different types of treatment programs cater to specific types of patients as well as specific types of addictions. Discuss your options with a trained counselor or medical professional before committing to any addiction treatment program.
Many people fear entering into professional addiction treatment facilities because of the costs associated with them. Certain facilities might cost thousands or even tens of thousands dollars per week. However, nowadays most treatment facilities are open to working with patients and their insurance companies to make drug addiction treatment a viable option for the average person. Some facilities work on a sliding scale, while others might offer payment plans. As well, insurance companies are beginning to incorporate drug addiction treatment as part of their coverage, and work with specific treatment facilities to make this possible. Some employers and employee benefit packages also include addiction treatment. Consult your insurance company and consider all your treatment and payment options before committing to a program.
Inpatient (or residential) programs require that the patient lives at the facility for the duration of their treatment. Patients are supervised 24 hours a day and have access to medical professionals and trained counselors. Inpatient treatment is ideally suited for someone suffering from a physical drug addiction. Physical drug addictions cause withdrawal symptoms that can be potentially life-threatening. Inpatient treatment offers round-the-clock care to ensure patients remain safe during all aspects of treatment.
Outpatient programs are a lot more flexible than inpatient facilities. Patients attend scheduled meetings with doctors and trained counselors during the day, but are free to return home once their treatment is complete. In some cases, patients are even able to maintain their jobs while receiving treatment. Outpatient treatment works for a specific type of patient. Patients with psychological addictions that are not subject to physical withdrawal symptoms may decide upon outpatient treatment. It is also important that the person has a good support system at home so that they do not feel distracted from their recovery during outpatient treatment.
While inpatient and outpatient programs are the core basis of all other treatment programs, there are many specialized facilities that cater to a specific type of patient. Here are some examples of specialized facilities:
Women’s only rehab programs are designed to treat the needs of women and deal with issues specific to women. Women are more likely to have experienced sexual assault or been abused, and this can often be linked to drug addiction. It is important for women to feel like they have a safe, supportive environment.
Teen drug rehab programs are designed specifically for teens. Patients are able to interact with people of the same age and mindset, and encouraged to share their experiences with their peers. The type of counseling and activities incorporated into treatment cater to teens and aim to make their time in rehab as enjoyable as possible.
Holistic drug rehab programs treat the individual as a whole person, instead of just focusing on the addiction. They incorporate Eastern medicine practices like acupuncture and meditation to encourage whole-body healing. Good nutrition and healthy eating practices are also encouraged.
We design personalized treatment programs to provide each abuser with the greatest chance of a successful recovery outcome. Our comprehensive networking system works hand in hand with all of the drug treatment centers in California.
At Drug Rehab California we know that each individual is unique and are treated as such. Deciding upon a treatment option in California, or anywhere can be a daunting task for any individual or family, we will guide you through each step of a comprehensive treatment plan for you or your loved one.
We realize that each individual is in a different financial situation and we will find treatment options for each individual regardless of their financial situation.