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Plymouth, Michigan Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

Plymouth, MI has several nearby treatment choices including: 3 medicare treatment centers, 0 inpatient drug rehab, 4 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like Cigna, 0 drug and alcohol detox, 4 outpatient rehabs.

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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs Serving the Plymouth, Michigan Area:

    drug treatment facility - Heron Ridge Associates PLC MI
    705 South Main Street
    Plymouth, MI. 48170

    Heron Ridge Associates PLC is a Michigan based staff of professional counselors therapists and psychiatrists with locations throughout Metro Detroit for you and your family.
    alcohol treatment facility - Personalized Nursing Light House Inc MI
    575 South Main Street
    Plymouth, MI. 48170

    www.carf.org CARF International accreditation demonstrates a program's quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served. CARF International is an independent, not-for-profit accreditor of human service providers in the areas of Aging Services, Behavioral Health, Child and Youth Services, Durable Medical Equipment, Employment and Community Services, Medical Rehabilitation, and Opioid Treatment Programs.
    alcohol treatment facility - Access Behavioral Healthcare LLC MI
    42189 Ann Arbor Road East
    Plymouth, MI. 48170

    Access Behavioral Healthcare LLC is located in Plymouth, MI. Also known as ABA, it is a private and professional substance abuse and addiction and mental health rehabilitation and treatment center. As such, it is dedicated to taking care of the needs and requirements of clients struggling with various disorders while also guiding them towards long term recovery.
    drug treatment facility - KaraLee and Associates PC MI
    1308 South Main Street
    Plymouth, MI. 48170

    KaraLee and Associates PC is known for dedicating its recovery services to the people who struggle with substance abuse issues in the local community.

    Services are provided on an individualized basis to ensure people find full recovery in the long term. KaraLee and Associates PC has also specialized in dialectical behavior therapy, vocational rehabilitation services, cognitive/behavior therapy, behavior modification, activity therapy, matrix model, and others - as well as many other treatment methods such as persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, transgender or (LGBT) clients, substance abuse education, suicide prevention services, domestic violence, social skills development, and more.

    Additionally, KaraLee and Associates PC has programs such as inpatient rehab centers, outpatient individual counseling, outpatient detoxification facilities, long term drug treatment, short term drug and alcohol rehab facilities for clients with addictions to drugs and alcohol. The drug and alcohol rehab facility uses treatment modalities that can provide lasting and permanent stability to anyone with a drug and alcohol use problem. Finally, KaraLee and Associates PC accepts individuals with different types of payment methods - including private medical insurance, private pay, medicaid, medicare, payment assistance, state education funds, other state funds and others.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      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.

      How does denial impact drug and alcohol abusers?

      "Denial can have a profound impact on individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, significantly affecting their health, relationships, and overall quality of life. Here are some ways in which denial can impact substance abusers:

      Prevents Acknowledgment of the Problem: The most immediate impact of denial is that it prevents individuals from recognizing and acknowledging that they have a problem with drugs or alcohol. This can delay them from seeking treatment and starting the recovery process.

      Perpetuates Substance Abuse: Denial can contribute to the continued use of substances despite negative consequences. Individuals may downplay the extent of their substance use or its impact on their life, allowing the cycle of addiction to continue.

      Deteriorates Health: Denial can lead to a lack of recognition of the serious health consequences related to substance abuse. This can result in worsening physical health, including damage to vital organs, increased risk of disease, and potential overdose.

      Strains Relationships: Denial can strain relationships with friends, family, and loved ones. It can cause conflicts, broken trust, and isolation, as the individual may reject concern from others or fail to acknowledge the impact of their substance use on those around them.

      Hinders Professional and Academic Progress: Denial can prevent individuals from seeing the negative effects of their addiction on their work or studies. This can lead to job loss, poor academic performance, or loss of career or educational opportunities.

      Interferes with Treatment: Even if an individual does seek treatment, denial can interfere with the effectiveness of the intervention. An individual in denial may be resistant to treatment strategies, less likely to engage fully in the recovery process, or more likely to relapse.

      Why do drug abusers live in denial?

      "Denial is a common characteristic of many people struggling with substance abuse. It involves refusing to accept the reality of their addiction and its damaging consequences. There are several reasons why this denial occurs:

      Fear: Admitting a problem means confronting the reality of addiction, including the perceived pain of withdrawal, the work of recovery, and potential stigma. Fear of these challenges can drive a person to deny their problem.

      Guilt and Shame: Addiction often brings feelings of guilt and shame. Denial serves as a defense mechanism to avoid these difficult emotions.

      Cognitive Impairment: Substance abuse can physically alter brain function, impairing judgment, memory, and self-awareness, making it harder for individuals to recognize or admit they have a problem.

      Perception of Normality: If substance use is a daily occurrence, it can seem normal to the person doing it. They may think everyone else is doing the same or that their usage is acceptable or controlled.

      Rationalization and Minimization: Individuals with substance use disorders often rationalize their behavior ("I only use on weekends") or minimize the consequences ("I still have my job, so it's not a problem").

      Avoidance of Responsibility: Acknowledging the addiction implies a responsibility to change. Denial helps avoid this responsibility.

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