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Drug Addiction Rehab

Selecting a drug addiction rehab is one of the most important and difficult decisions you will make in your lifetime. Few of us know what to look for in a quality rehab program and not all drug rehabilitation centers are alike. Each drug rehab has its own program options, staff qualifications, credentials, cost, and effectiveness.

People suffering from drug and or alcohol abuse can be successfully treated in drug addiction rehab. While in rehab, addicts learn therapeutic and educational process which begins recovery from alcohol or substance abuse. To rehabilitate simply means to restore or repair. It can be referring to occupational, physical, mental, religious, political, geographic, or various other interpretations.

Types of Rehabs

Drug addiction rehabs have been around for well over sixty-five years. There are many different types of rehabs, all of which have the same goal of helping the alcoholic or drug addict learn how to live without using drugs or alcohol. Attending a drug addiction rehab is like going to school. It teaches a person about their addiction problem and what needs to be done to stop using drugs or alcohol.

Inpatient rehabilitation is the initial, full time component. It is where the person checks in and resides at a facility on a full time basis. Partial, known as PHP, is half days spent at a facility. Outpatient is done on a part time basis for a few hours several times a week, usually for several months. A complete assessment and evaluation, done by a professional, will usually determine the right level of drug and alcohol rehabilitation program for you.

Benefits of Rehab

One key benefit of drug addiction rehab is that it removes a person from their old habits and environment. This in turn allows them to break the cycle of using alcohol or drugs. If someone has been through rehab before, more than 30 days should be considered. The cost of rehabilitation for drug addiction can be expensive because it is health care. Full-time, inpatient, or residential treatment can cost from $400 to $1200 per day. Partial or outpatient is less expensive. Insurance may cover some or all of the cost of rehab. Finding the right and best program to meet your needs is very important. Each drug addiction rehab is different.

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