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Lewistown, Pennsylvania Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Centers

Lewistown, PA has several nearby treatment choices including: 4 low cost treatment centers, 0 inpatient rehab center, 3 drug rehabs that take private insurance like Blue Cross Blue Shield, 0 drug and alcohol detox, 4 outpatient rehabs.

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Addiction Treatment Programs Serving the Lewistown, Pennsylvania Area:

    drug rehab program - Clear Concepts Counseling PA
    24 North Main Street
    Lewistown, PA. 17044

    ADDICTIONS TREATMENT PHILOSOPHY: Our treatment philosophy is based upon the acceptance that addiction is a disease which affects individuals and families. It is chronic and progressive in nature. Effective treatment of this disease includes addressing the physical, emotional, social, cognitive, and spiritual aspects of the individual. Treatment is utilized in the least restrictive approach possible and effort is made in maximizing client choice in choosing appropriate levels of care. An integral part of Clear Concepts' philosophy is the involvement in Twelve Step Recovery Programs. We believe the ultimate goal of treatment is a well adjusted, fully rehabilitated individual who is capable of functioning in all areas of their life without the use of mood altering chemicals. It is recognized that this is a developmental process which required various lengths of treatment involvement. MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT PHILOSOPHY: The treatment philosophy is to provide effective services to individuals suffering from a mental disorder. The goals of treatment are for the client to learn to recognize and accept their illness, develop and improve coping skills, eliminate dysfunctional behavior and begin the recovery process. Mental illness is an acute and/or chronic disorder that, if left untreated, is potentially life threatening. Clear Concepts' orientation is toward a cognitive behavioral approach with treatment being utilized in the least restrictive approach possible, utilizing medical consultations as needed. Effort is given in maximizing client choices in choosing appropriate levels of care.

    Clear Concepts CounselingSAMHSA

    drug treatment facility - Clear Concepts Counseling PA
    287 East Industrial Drive
    Mifflintown, PA. 17059

    Clear Concepts Counseling is 12.3 miles from Lewistown, Pennsylvania

    Clear Concepts Counseling has been dedicating its treatment services and programs to helping people who are battling drug and alcohol addiction in Lewistown, Pennsylvania and within the surrounding area.

    Clear Concepts Counseling facilitates a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation programs, including outpatient individual counseling, short term drug and alcohol rehab centers, inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs, long term treatment centers, inpatient detoxification facilities and more. Clear Concepts Counseling also believes that it is necessary that it provides tailored services to ensure that its clients get the results that they are looking for. This is why Clear Concepts Counseling is specialized in cognitive/behavior therapy, trauma-related counseling, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, 12-step facilitation approach, brief intervention approach, among other programs.

    Clear Concepts Counseling also provides child care for clients children, substance abuse education, active duty military, veterans, persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, and provides some of the best continued recovery programs - all of which have been proven to further the results its clients expect. This alcohol and drug treatment program also uses treatment modalities that can help you achieve the best possible outcome.

    Clear Concepts Counseling also accepts the following types of payment - private medical insurance, cash or self-payment, sliding fee scale, medicaid, medicare, state education funds, county or local government funds and more.

    State College MedicalCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - State College Medical PA
    3091 Enterprise Drive
    State College, PA. 16801

    State College Medical is 19.9 miles from Lewistown, PA

    Our Healing Philosophy is to treat the individual's physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological well-being with a full continuum of quality care.

    Mainstream CounselingSAMHSA

    alcohol rehab facility - Mainstream Counseling PA
    900 Washington Street
    Huntingdon, PA. 16652

    Mainstream Counseling is 22.7 miles from Lewistown, PA

    Mainstream Counseling is located in Huntingdon, PA. A recovery facility, it provides ongoing substance abuse and addiction rehabilitation and treatment services to people in the local community and its surroundings. It provides a wide variety of recovery programs, including but not limited to substance abuse counseling and therapy and medication management.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What are the principles of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction?

      Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is an unique and individualized process. However, there are several key principles that are commonly recognized as important for successful recovery. These principles include:

      • Acceptance: Acknowledging the presence of an addiction and the need for change is the first step in the recovery process. Acceptance involves recognizing the consequences of substance use and taking responsibility for one's actions.
      • Commitment: Recovery requires a strong commitment to change and the willingness to take consistent action. This may involve making difficult decisions, such as cutting ties with unhealthy influences or seeking professional help.
      • Support: Building a strong support network is critical in recovery. This can include friends, family, peers, counselors, or support groups, who can provide encouragement, advice, and understanding throughout the process.
      • Holistic Approach: Addressing all aspects of a person's life�''physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual�''can contribute to a more successful recovery. This may involve incorporating healthy habits, such as exercise, proper nutrition, and mindfulness practices, into one's daily routine.
      • Personal Responsibility: Taking personal responsibility for one's actions and choices is essential for long-term recovery. This includes understanding triggers, developing coping strategies, and setting boundaries to prevent relapse.
      • Coping Skills: Learning and practicing healthy coping skills can help manage stress and emotional challenges without resorting to substance use. These skills may include relaxation techniques, problem-solving strategies, or communication skills.
      • Ongoing Growth: Recovery is a lifelong process that requires ongoing growth and self-improvement. This may involve setting personal goals, building self-esteem, and continuously evaluating and adjusting one's approach to recovery.
      • Hope: Believing in the possibility of a better future and maintaining a positive outlook is crucial for recovery. Hope can serve as a powerful motivator and provide the strength to overcome setbacks and challenges.
      • Honesty: Being honest with oneself and others is essential for building trust and promoting self-awareness in recovery. Honesty helps individuals confront their struggles and maintain accountability for their actions.
      • Patience: Recovery is a gradual process that requires patience and perseverance. It's important to recognize that setbacks and challenges are a normal part of the journey and to maintain a long-term perspective on personal growth and healing.

      How do I stop enabling an addict?

      "Helping someone stop enabling an addict can be a challenging process, as the enabler often has deeply ingrained habits and patterns that need to be addressed. Here are some steps to consider:

      Recognize Enabling Behavior: First, you need to identify the behaviors that are enabling the addiction. Enabling behaviors can include things like providing money that funds the addiction, covering for the addict's mistakes or responsibilities, or continually forgiving harmful behavior without setting boundaries.

      Educate Yourself: Learn about addiction and its dynamics. Understanding that addiction is a disease and not merely a matter of willpower can help change your perspective and reactions.

      Set Boundaries: Establish and communicate clear, firm boundaries regarding what you will and won't accept. Stick to these boundaries even if it's difficult.

      Stop Rescuing: Refrain from protecting the person from the consequences of their addictive behavior. It is important for them to experience the full impact of their actions.

      Encourage Treatment: Instead of protecting the person from their addiction, encourage them to seek professional help. Offer to assist in finding treatment options or attending support groups.

      Seek Support: Enabling patterns can be tough to break. Seek help from therapy, counseling, or support groups like Al-Anon. These resources can provide you with tools and strategies to stop enabling.

      Practice Self-Care: Ensure you're taking care of your own physical and emotional health. It's easy to get so wrapped up in the addicted person's problems that you neglect your own needs.

      Maintain Consistency: It's essential to be consistent with your new approach. If you occasionally slip back into enabling behaviors, the person with the addiction may continue to expect it.

      Be Patient: Changing long-standing patterns of behavior takes time, both for you and the person with the addiction. Remember to be patient with yourself and with them.

      Remember, You're Not to Blame: Addiction is a complex disease influenced by many factors. It's important to remember that you're not responsible for the other person's addiction or recovery. Your role is to support in healthy ways, not to cure the addiction.

      What are the effects of drug addiction?

      1. Physical health: Chronic drug use can lead to various health complications, including damage to the liver, kidneys, heart, and lungs. It can also weaken the immune system, making individuals more susceptible to infections and diseases. Furthermore, the method of drug consumption, such as injecting, can increase the risk of blood-borne diseases like HIV and hepatitis.
      2. Mental health: Drug addiction can exacerbate or cause mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and psychosis. Prolonged drug use can also lead to cognitive impairments, affecting memory, attention, and decision-making abilities.
      3. Personal relationships: Addiction often strains relationships with family and friends, leading to social isolation and a breakdown of support networks. Trust issues, conflict, and emotional distress can arise as a result of drug-seeking behaviors and the impact of addiction on the individual's life.
      4. Financial consequences: Drug addiction can result in financial instability due to the costs associated with obtaining drugs and the potential loss of employment or income. This can lead to poverty, homelessness, or further dependence on social support systems.
      5. Legal issues: Drug use and addiction can lead to criminal activity, both directly (through possession or distribution of illegal substances) and indirectly (through actions taken to acquire drugs or money to buy drugs). This can result in legal consequences such as arrest, imprisonment, or fines.
      6. Overdose and death: The risk of overdose and death is significantly increased among individuals with drug addiction. Overdose can occur as a result of taking too much of a drug or mixing substances, which can lead to fatal consequences.
      7. Impact on society: Drug addiction has far-reaching effects on society, including increased healthcare costs, lost productivity, crime, and the burden on the criminal justice system. Additionally, drug addiction can contribute to social stigma and discrimination, further exacerbating the challenges faced by those struggling with addiction.

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