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Learn About Treatment Types

The path to addiction treatment isn't a straight line, and the process is as individual as the people we're helping. The following topics cover the most common areas of substance abuse rehabilitation and give you a brief overview of what to expect. Don't let the name fool you, AddictionRecoveryy.com can help with the entire range of drug and alcohol treatment phases, not just Rehabs! If you're ready to take the next step and get help for yourself or a family member, call an advisor today. Don't waste another day you could spend getting well.

Getting Sober

That you're here means you're looking to get assistance, either for you or someone you love. This is the first major step toward a drug-free life - getting help!

Intervention Services

When your friend or loved one doesn't recognize the damage they are doing to themselves or those around them, there's a difficult but necessary discussion to be had.

Alcohol and Drug Detox

Detoxification is a vital step in getting clean, whereby the body is weaned off the addictive substances in a carefully measured fashion and any withdrawal symptoms are treated.

Rehab Treatment

During and after the completion of a detox regimen, a patient continues their stay in a residential facility or outpatient program for physical and mental recovery.

Addiction Therapy

Group and individual addiction therapy are key components to any course of inpatient or outpatient treatment, helping the patient to overcome root issues and build healthy coping skills.

Extended Care

Creating a strong support network is an important part of staying sober and drug-free. Aftercare helps establishes this, often beginning in a group therapy setting.

Sober Living

Sober living communities are for patients who are completing their rehab and want the ongoing support and camaraderie of others adjusting to a new, clean life.

Recovery Programs

The commitment to long-term wellness is one that requires attentiveness and support, but one that will reap physical and mental health benefits for as long as you live.

Relapse Prevention

Make sure you're in tune with your body and mind - knowing how to keep yourself from relapsing during challenging times is key to keeping yourself addiction-free.

Begin the healing process today!

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