Alcohol Drug Rehab

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Living with a drug or alcohol dependency is bleak and miserable. Not only are there are a lot of individuals that suffer from dependency to drugs and alcohol, but also people that have loved ones that are afflicted by dependency to drugs and alcohol. Rehabilitation (or rehab) is a treatment method that allows the addicts come to understand their dependency, coaches the addicts how to ascertain and navigate away from the triggers that lead them to use because rehab teaches addicts how to live life as a recovering addict. Our treatment center provides a beneficial, caring environment for addicts who wish to begin recovering from drugs and/or alcohol, and develops individually designed treatment plans to address the social, emotional, physical, psychological, vocational, and medical requirements of every patient. We have served hundreds of people in the Michigan area over the last decade. 

What Rehabilitation Can Do

For many addicts, intervention is the first step towards recovery. During intervention, it might be the first time they understand that they’ve got a problem with drugs and alcohol. An intervention is a well-organized gathering through which the addict’s friends, family members, and loved ones come together so as to confront the addict regarding their drug and alcohol use by offering the addict specific examples of how they’ve hurt themselves or others with the purpose of urging them to go into a rehab facility. For an intervention to be successful, we encourage a comprehensive planning stage guided by a qualified interventionist. An intervention is NOT rehabilitation, and will not stop an addict from using drugs or alcohol. Interventions are more effective when directly followed by rehabilitation.

For many addicts, it is vital to begin rehab with a period of detox. Since withdrawal can be extremely distressful, detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised practice intended to safely withdraw the addict because it is possible that an addict might require specific medicine or an IV for hydration and nutrition. Those who are addicted to alcohol, opiates, or other sorts of substances, detox is a crucial part of rehab, since withdrawal from those substances can actually be lethal without medical supervision. “Cold turkey” can be harmful and even deadly, although a lot of people mistakenly believe it to be safe. Detox will only help an addict appropriately withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol because detox is NOT rehabilitation.

We offer rehabilitation for people at all stages of dependency, those who are merely beginning to show indicators of dependency to persistent abusers drugs and alcohol. Their rehab programs contain: treatments for crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), and marijuana. By evaluating the extent of the dependency, noting any contributing psychological factors (including co-occurring disorders), and producing ideal treatment plans for each and every client, we can offer the most powerful, efficient rehab program.

We Can Help

Addiction is obviously a pervasive and frightening illness, because people who are afflicted by dependency not only just harm themselves, but also the people that they love. Unlike some other illnesses, there is no one cure-all for dependency, but those individuals who enter recognized rehabilitation facilities have a higher chance of success in recovery. Our rehabilitation plans, which are fact-based and medically proven, include physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step groups, individual and group therapy meetings, behavioral modeling, and the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility. If you are in the Michigan area and looking for drug and alcohol treatment, you can trust us with your recovery process. Call us at 517-258-1477. We can provide details about interventions, detox, rehabilitation programs, and general information about addiction.