One of the good things you can say about addiction and the abuse of drugs and alcohol is that there are many treatment options for people to choose from when they want to get help. There is no good drug to point to when it comes to addiction; addiction is a disease that cannot be cured but with addiction treatment in Rockwall a person can live a life a sobriety with their addiction only a distant memory most days. Entering recovery is not as easy as just wanting to make a change; once a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol there are several steps they must take, and others they should take, in order be begin a life of living clean and sober. Drug and alcohol rehab programs are available around the region and across the state including at an inpatient rehab in Rockwall.
Inpatient rehab centers have top-notch therapists, counselors, as well as nutritional staff, and other amazing support personnel all ready and waiting to help those fighting addiction to drugs or alcohol. Rehab programs are tailored to an individual's needs based on their personal fight with addiction.
We know that no matter how many patients we see or the similarities in the drugs they take or how long they have been addicted that each person has a unique story about how they become dependent and where that road has taken them up until now.
We encourage friends, family members, and of course those struggling with addiction to ask by whatever means is best for them questions about an inpatient rehab center and the services we offer. Inpatient care for drug and alcohol addiction is a residential program that, even if you've never had any experience in real life, you may have seen on TV or in movies.
A person checks into an inpatient rehab in Rockwall and depending on many factors resides there a length of time decided on by them, their family members, and our counseling staff. 28 days is an often-mentioned length of time when inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs are referred to in a fictional setting and some patients do stay with us for this amount of time.
However, drug and alcohol rehab programs, depending on the person and the level of their addiction (as well as the substance they are addicted to) can last many months and even more than a year in some cases. This is not meant to scare people away. In fact, experts are quick to say that the longer a person stays in an inpatient program the more successful they are at having a long-lasting recovery without setbacks.
There are many different length programs at an inpatient rehab in Rockwall and when a person first is first being assessed by our counseling staff, options will be discussed.
The length a person should remain in inpatient care for drug or alcohol addiction is mostly based on how severely addiction has affected them. This can correlate to their drug of choice, for example, alcohol is often tougher to detox and rehab from then other drugs. Overall, inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs can last from one month to over a year.
Inpatient care can be combined with detoxification or drug detox in Rockwall, which is the first step in the process of becoming clean and sober. Some patients detox in a hospital setting and then move on to an inpatient rehab center but the one thing we cannot say strongly enough is that on one should ever attempt to detox on their own at home.
The number one reason to enter impatient rehab center or any sort of rehab is that it is very hard to stop using drugs or drinking alcohol without assistance from rehab specialists. Also, entering inpatient drug and alcohol rehab puts physical distance between you and the places where you drank or used drugs.
At an inpatient rehab in Rockwall you will receive around the clock care from a variety of specialized treatment areas and can ask for assistance at any time, even if it's just to talk to someone to help you cope with the stress of making such a major change in your life.
Drug rehab and treatment specialists know very well what you are going through and how to help you get to the next day of your recovery. Call now for help (972) 737-6037.