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For people who are afflicted by a dependency on drugs and/or alcohol, and also for those whose loved ones are affected by alcohol or drugs addiction, life is often miserable and without hope. The goal of rehabilitation, or rehab, is to support addicts as they come to terms with their addiction, learn to identify and keep away from triggers that make them use drugs and alcohol, and learn how to live life as an addict in recovery. Rehab Facilities St. Louis, MO develops personalized treatment plans that address the specific physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs of each and every client, while providing a healthy, sympathetic environment for addicts who wish to start recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
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In order to avoid the stigma of being “an addict,” individuals and their families tend to conceal issues with drug abuse from the rest of the world. This is typical, but only creates a lot of ill will and frustration between family members, friends, and the addict. In these circumstances, an intervention may be the best strategy to persuade an addict to enter treatment. Addiction Rehab Center St. Louis strongly urges using a counselor or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to mediate the intervention itself. Interventions offer benefits to everyone involved, including:
- providing a safe atmosphere
- helping people to articulate their fears and frustrations
- convincing an addict to enter treatment
Detox is another important process on the road to recovery, and it shouldn’t be mistaken for rehabilitation. It is very important to keep in mind that detox is not a “cure” for addiction. Detox, or detoxification, is a preliminary step in the rehabilitation process that helps the addict safely and quickly withdraw from the substance(s) they’re dependent on, sometimes with the aid of prescribed medication. There are two kinds of detox:
- When detox occurs in a residential or outpatient program, it is known as social detoxification; the process includes instructing the addict and readying them for rehabilitation.
- Medically supervised detoxification (often referred to as medically supervised withdrawal) happens in a hospital or inpatient facility so the addict’s withdrawal may be monitored by a nurse or doctor.
Recovery Care Treatment Services can provide either kind of detox, depending on the needs of the client. For people at all levels of dependency, whether they have just started abusing, or if they chronically use drugs and alcohol, Missouri Rehabilitation Center can offer a safe, efficient path to recovery. Their addiction center services rehabilitation programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for:
- opiates (heroin, codeine)
- prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
- designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
- crystal meth
Recovery Care Treatment Services provides the most powerful, effective treatment by evaluating the nature of the dependency and any contributing psychological components (co-occurring disorders such as anxiety or depression), and then planning the most productive path towards recovery for each individual client.
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Addiction Treatment Center Recovery’s residential treatment program combines the best aspects of both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation:
- 24-hour supervision
- access to the medical staff
- comfortable, home-like accommodations
- contact with real world conditions and problems
No client’s rehabilitation plan is the same as any others, because every rehabilitation plan is designed to satisfy each and every person’s particular needs. However, clients can expect to take part in the following kinds of rehab:
- group or one-on-one therapy
- behavioral modeling techniques
- daily recovery support classes
- recreational activities
- daily trips to the gym
Recovery Care Treatment Services’ recovery experts are available 24 hours a day for any concerns regarding substance abuse, addiction intervention services, detox, or rehab facilities, so call 314-226-1638 immediately!