Get help today with Addiction Recovery in Killeen, TX
Suffering through addiction is a terrible experience for both people that are afflicted and for those with loved ones that are dependent on drugs or alcohol. Sadly, because of the stigma of being “an addict,” many substance abusers hide their problems from their family members and friends. Also, occasionally, whole families hide problems with drug abuse from the outside world. This is not unusual, and normally creates a lot of tension between family, friends, and the addict. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a process intended to help addicts come to understand their dependency, learn to identify and keep away from triggers that cause them to use and learn how to live a successful life in recovery.
To fulfill the physical, psychological, social, and vocational requirements of any client, treatment centers create individualized, custom-designed rehabilitation plans. They provide a wholesome, kind environment for addicts who are ready to start the process of recovery.
Get Started with Intervention and Detox
Interventions are one of the best ways to get an addict to go into treatment. Therefore, we strongly recommend using a therapist, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to guide the intervention itself. This meeting is very important for everybody involved and provide a safe atmosphere help people to verbalize their fears and anger, and to convince an addict to enter rehab.
Once a person with addiction is ready to get help, they usually must enter a detox program. As the first step to recovery, detox, or detoxification, can help the addict safely and quickly withdraw from the substance(s) they’re addicted to, occasionally with the aid of medicine. Along with interventions, detox should not be confused with rehabilitation, and it is essential to understand that detox won’t ‘cure’ an addict of their problems with drug abuse.
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There are two kinds of detox: Medically Supervised and Social detoxification. Medically supervised detoxification (often referred to as medically supervised withdrawal) is a process that generally happens in a hospital wing or inpatient facility. This is because the addict’s withdrawal is supervised by a nurse or medical doctor for their health. Sometimes medicine may be prescribed to help easy withdrawal symptoms. Social Detox is a form of detoxification that takes place in a residential or outpatient care center, and most commonly involves helping the addict prepare for treatment.
Recovery rehab provides both forms of detox, depending on the needs of their clients. Therefore, people in all levels of addiction, whether they’ve just started using, or they habitually abuse drugs and alcohol, can have healthy, effective rehabilitation. Rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for, alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. Assessing the nature of addiction is key and rehab programs can observe contributing psychological factors.
For example, co-occurring disorders that will need the most resourceful treatment plan for those clients. Residential rehab programs can anticipate care that includes the best parts of inpatient and outpatient rehab, like 24-hour supervision and access to a clinical team, comfortable facilities, and can try out real world scenarios and problems. Rehabilitation plans are customized according to the client’s needs, so no two are the same. However, clients should expect to take part in the following types of treatment like group or individual therapy, behavioral modeling programs, daily recovery support classes, recreational activities and daily trips to the gym. For more information regarding substance dependency, interventions, detox, or rehabilitation programs, please call (254) 274-3866 to speak to a recovery specialist today!
(254) 274-3866 to speak with an addiction recovery specialist now!