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Youngsville, Louisiana Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Programs

Youngsville, LA has nearby treatment options including: 1 low cost treatment center, 3 inpatient treatment centers, 4 drug rehabs that take private insurance like Cigna, 3 detox centers, 3 outpatient treatment programs.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facilities Serving the Youngsville, Louisiana Area:

    drug treatment program - Whispering Oaks Lodge LA
    617 Piat Road
    Youngsville, LA. 70592

    Whispering Oaks Lodge is dedicated to helping anyone with a drug or alcohol use issue in Youngsville and within the surrounding neighborhoods find full recovery. It provides several services - such as long term drug abuse treatment, outpatient detox facilities, short term rehab programs, inpatient treatment facilities, outpatient day treatment and others - in line with its philosophy of the addiction care and rehabilitation methods that are effective in recovery. This addiction treatment facility also believes that clients need individual treatment and care to be able to stop abusing drugs and alcohol.

    As such, Whispering Oaks Lodge specializes in group therapy, behavior modification, rational emotive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, couple/family therapy, anger management and more. At the same time, it accepts patients who are residential beds for client's children, clients referred from the court/judicial system, housing services, seniors or older adults, transgender or (LGBT) clients, child care for clients children, and others. This drug and alcohol rehabilitation program uses care methods that can help clients to achieve lasting and permanent abstinence from the substances of abuse that they have used in the past.

    In terms of payment, clients in Whispering Oaks Lodge can pay for services using private health insurance, private pay, sliding fee scale, military insurance, county or local government funds, state education funds and others.

    Victory Addiction Recovery CenterJoint Commission CertifiedSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment program - Victory Addiction Recovery Center LA
    111 Liberty Avenue
    Lafayette, LA. 70508

    Victory Addiction Recovery Center is 5.5 miles from Youngsville, Louisiana

    Victory Addiction Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Lafayette, LA, offering inpatient treatment, IOP, and detox services.

    Alternative Outpatient ServicesSAMHSA

    drug rehab program - Alternative Outpatient Services LA
    341 Doucet Road
    Lafayette, LA. 70503

    Alternative Outpatient Services is 8.1 miles from Youngsville, LA

    Alternative Outpatient Services was formed to help individuals receive counseling and rehabilitation therapy. We are dedicated to serving our clients with the most professional and confidential care available.

    Woodlake Addiction Recovery CenterCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    drug rehab facility - Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center LA
    1314 North Lafitte Road
    Abbeville, LA. 70510

    Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center is 9 miles from Youngsville, LA

    Welcome to Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center of Louisiana. Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center is based on the Traditions and Principles of the 12-step programs and the founding Oxford Group. The Four Absolutes - Honesty Unselfishness Love and Purity - and the guiding keys of the Beatitudes were the basics of the Oxford Group from which AA and other 12-steps programs originated. Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center parallels the founding Oxford absolutes the keys or attitudes to happiness and the guiding principles of the 12 Step Programs into the four phases of their treatment. Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center is near Baton Rouge Louisiana and New Orleans Louisiana.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      How does drug addiction affect relationships?

      Drug addiction can profoundly impact relationships, often causing strain, conflict, and emotional distress. Here are some ways that drug addiction can affect interpersonal relationships:

      • Trust Issues: Drug addiction often leads to behaviors such as lying, stealing, or manipulating to obtain drugs or hide the extent of drug use. These actions can severely undermine trust in a relationship.
      • Neglect of Responsibilities: Individuals struggling with drug addiction may neglect their responsibilities at home, work, or school, which can create additional stress and conflict within their relationships.
      • Financial Strain: The cost of sustaining a drug habit can lead to financial problems, including debt, which can put significant strain on relationships, especially those involving shared finances.
      • Emotional Distance: Drug use can alter an individual's emotional state, causing them to become distant, withdrawn, or emotionally unavailable. This can make it challenging to maintain close, meaningful relationships.
      • Conflict and Arguments: Disagreements over drug use and its consequences can lead to frequent arguments, causing tension and unhappiness in the relationship.
      • Codependency: In some cases, the partner or family member of a person struggling with addiction may develop a pattern of behavior known as codependency. They may enable the addiction, sacrifice their own needs, and become overly focused on the addicted individual, which can be harmful for both parties.
      • Abuse or Violence: Sadly, drug addiction can sometimes lead to verbal, physical, or emotional abuse. Certain substances can lower inhibitions and increase aggression, leading to harmful behavior.
      • Isolation: People struggling with addiction often isolate themselves from their friends and family, either out of shame or to hide their drug use. This can lead to feelings of loneliness and disconnection.

      Why do drug addicts do what they do?

      "People with substance use disorders engage in their behavior for various reasons, often complex and interconnected. Understanding these reasons is crucial to treating addiction. Here are some common factors:

      Pleasure Seeking: Drugs often produce intense feelings of pleasure, euphoria, or relief from pain. The initial high can be so powerful that individuals continue using the substance to experience that feeling again.

      Escape or Self-Medication: Many people use drugs as a way to escape from reality or cope with difficult feelings, trauma, stress, or mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, or PTSD. Drugs can temporarily dull these feelings, but they do not address the root cause of the distress.

      Physical Dependence: Over time, the body can develop a physical dependence on the substance, requiring it to function normally. Without the substance, the individual may experience unpleasant or even life-threatening withdrawal symptoms.

      Psychological Dependence: Even after physical dependence is managed, psychological cravings can persist. The desire to use drugs can become a powerful mental urge that dominates a person's thoughts and behaviors.

      Peer Pressure or Social Influence: The influence of friends or social circles where drug use is common can encourage initial use or ongoing abuse of drugs.

      Genetic Factors and Early Exposure: Genetics can play a role in vulnerability to addiction, as can exposure to drugs at a young age or in the prenatal period.

      Lack of Coping Mechanisms: Without healthy coping strategies for life's stresses and challenges, some people turn to drugs as a way of dealing with these issues.

      Changes in Brain Function: Long-term substance use can lead to changes in the brain that result in increased cravings and decreased ability to resist drug use, despite harmful consequences.

      Are there drug abuse rehabs specifically for the lgbtq+ population?

      Yes, there are substance abuse rehabilitation facilities that cater specifically to the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and others) community. These specialized treatment centers recognize the unique challenges and stressors that LGBTQ+ individuals may face, which can contribute to and complicate recovery from substance use disorders.

      These specialized LGBTQ+ rehabs offer a variety of services, including:

      • Inclusive and Affirming Environment: These facilities provide a safe, non-judgmental space where LGBTQ+ individuals can feel understood, accepted, and supported in their identity.
      • Culturally Competent Staff: Staff at LGBTQ+ rehabs are trained in cultural competence, which means they understand and respect the unique experiences, perspectives, and needs of LGBTQ+ individuals.
      • Tailored Treatment Plans: Substance use treatment is most effective when it addresses the specific needs of the individual. LGBTQ+ rehabs take into account factors such as sexual orientation, gender identity, experiences with discrimination or trauma, and other elements of a person's identity when creating a personalized treatment plan.
      • Therapy and Counseling: These rehabs offer therapy and counseling that addresses issues common in the LGBTQ+ community, such as coming out, coping with discrimination or stigma, and navigating family or relationship challenges.
      • Community Support: Being part of a supportive community can be particularly beneficial for LGBTQ+ individuals in recovery. These rehabs often offer group therapy, support groups, and other community-building activities with other LGBTQ+ individuals in treatment.
      • Comprehensive Care: LGBTQ+ rehabs recognize that substance use disorders often co-occur with other mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, and offer integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders.
      • Aftercare and Support: These facilities often provide aftercare services and resources to support individuals in maintaining their recovery after they leave treatment, such as referrals to LGBTQ+ friendly therapists or support groups.

      It's worth noting that while some individuals may prefer a LGBTQ+-specific rehab, others may feel comfortable in a more general rehab facility that offers LGBTQ+-inclusive services and staff training. The best choice depends on the individual's personal preferences and needs.

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