Addiction Drug Rehab Treatment – Rehabilitation and Rehab for Addicts
Drug Rehabilitation Centers
- Parent Category: Rehab
- Category: Addiction Drug Rehab Treatment
- Written by Stop Admin
When it comes to Drug Rehabilitation Centers, you have many different options. You can go with the traditional 12 steps programs, or you can choose the non-traditional Holistic form of treatment. Most 12 steps programs have about a 10% success rate. When you think about this, that is 1 out of every 10 people who go to the rehab remain sober, the other 9 people relapse.
That’s an alarming number when you think about it. Drug addiction and alcoholism are devastating conditions that impact not only the affected individual, but those close to them as well. Unfortunately once the process of addiction has started; it is often impossible for the drug addict or alcoholic to stop on their own. Often, the friends and family of an addict try desperately to help but find that nothing they do can persuade them to stop using. Typically those close to an addict or alcoholic eventually find they are powerless against their loved one's addiction and feel they can do little but watch them move down a path of self destruction.
The cost of a Drug Rehabilitation Centers can vary greatly. Because this factor is one of the most common reasons for not seeking treatment, it’s important to know that there are many options for paying for rehab. There are some government-funded programs (for example, for veterans or pregnant women) that are free; some charities also offer low-cost or free programs. On the other extreme, executive rehab facilities can cost $100,000 a month or more. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Joint Commission on Accredited Health Organizations (JCAHO) have established standards for staffing, record keeping, success rates, and other factors. Accredited rehab facilities have met these standards of care. Recovery is a lifelong process. Although rehab will equip an addict with the necessary mechanisms and behaviors for maintaining sobriety – including instilling a sense of personal accountability for one’s decisions – recovery does not end when a person is discharged from a drug or alcohol rehab facility. Most people in the medical community agree that addiction is a chronic condition that is treatable but not curable; this means that someone who has been addicted to a substance will likely never be able to use that substance casually or recreationally without falling back into the addiction.
If you have made the decision to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction, you will have to weigh the pros and cons of the many different options for the rehab facilities that are available to you. Once you choose inpatient treatment – or staying in a facility full-time instead of coming for care and returning home in the evenings – you will need to decide whether to admit yourself or your loved one to a rehab facility in your area or to travel, in some cases long distances, to a different rehab facility. More often then not a drug user experiences a better chance of sobriety by attending Drug Rehab Centers outside of the area they live in.