Did you know that only 10% of those that are in active addiction will seek out help and begin their recovery? If you’re reading this, you’re one of the few that’s looking for the best rehab to help you conquer your addiction and take the steps necessary to living a healthy, sober life.
What should you look for when considering the types of rehab facilities available to you? We’ve created a guide below that will help you make the right choice when you’re looking to choose the right rehab.
Some facilities specialize in treating alcohol addiction, whereas others specialize in drug addiction. Knowing what programs they offer will give you the knowledge you need to prepare for your journey ahead.
Other types of programs include, but aren’t limited to:
Knowing what type of program you need to enter will help set you up for success when it comes to your recovery journey. When you find the best rehab, you’re going to choose one that offers the right program for you.
If they don’t accept your insurance, you can continue to look at other facilities or see if the facility you’re currently speaking to will work with you as it pertains to treatment cost. Before you speak to the treatment center about the insurance that they accept, call your insurance provider.
Your insurance provider will let you know how much of the cost they can cover, if any. This will give you an idea of what you’re looking at when it comes to paying for your treatment.
This will also help if you’re looking to keep the cost down because your therapy won’t be as intensive as an inpatient program would. If you’ve got a more severe addiction and need to focus all of your energy and time on your recovery, you’ll want to consider inpatient therapy.
During inpatient therapy, you’ll spend a lot of time in therapy sessions and participating in group sessions offered by the facility. Before you begin treatment, sit down with the head of the facility and discuss with them what your best option will be when it comes to choosing inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Let’s take a deeper look into the factors that will help you decide whether inpatient or outpatient therapy is going to be right for you. Ensure that you thoroughly discuss the options you have before making the final decision.
It’s a lot to think about and you want to make sure that the decision you make is going to set you up for success as you begin your recovery journey.
You need to ensure you’ve got enough time set aside to enter therapy sessions and other activities outlined in your plan. The more time you spend learning coping methods and getting to the bottom of what drove you to continue your addiction will help you in your everyday life.
You shouldn’t focus on the cost of your addiction treatment, you should only be thinking about the outcome, and that’s becoming healthier and living a healthier lifestyle. Yet while you shouldn’t just consider the cost, you do also have to be realistic.
Be upfront and honest with the care team that will be working with you. This way, you can use your budget and create a plan that will still achieve the long-term goal, and that’s to get and stay sober.
Some people aren’t as deep into their drug addiction as others. That’s not to say that their addiction isn’t severe; it merely means that they may select a different type of treatment program for their addiction.
When deciding on what’s going to work for you, be honest about your drug history. How long have you been using? How many times have you attempted to get sober? Do you know what your triggers are?
All these questions will be asked and noted to ensure that you and the care team make the best decision possible for you and your treatment plan.
If you’re still searching for a treatment facility, contact Healthy Life Recovery. We want to help you focus on healing and living a healthier and better life.
Dr. Sanjai Thankachen graduated from Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medicine in 2000. He completed his residency in psychiatry in 2008 at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in New York. Dr. Thankachen is currently working with Pacific Neuropsychiatric Specialists in an outpatient practice, as well as working at multiple in-patient psychiatric and medical units bringing his patients the most advanced healthcare treatment in psychiatry. Dr. Thankachen sees patients with an array of disorders, including depression, bipolar illness, schizophrenia, anxiety, and dementia-related problems.
Sean Leonard is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner. He received his master’s degree in adult geriatric primary care nurse practitioner from Walden University and a second postmaster specialty in psychiatry mental health nurse practitioner from Rocky Mountain University. Sean has experience working in various diverse settings, including an outpatient clinic, inpatient detox and rehab, psychiatric emergency, and dual diagnosis programs. His specialty areas include substance abuse, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD, and OCD.
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