Finding a successful inpatient drug rehab center that fits your needs isn't necessarily an easy task, but our trained rehabilitation consultants can help provide valuable information to you about different types of rehab programs, costs, locations and facilities.
We have decades of combined experience working with thousands of addicts, families and treatment centers and have access to listings around the country. Our goal is simply to help you find a rehab that works.
In the words of just one of the people we've helped:
"It has gone well so far and by the grace of God will continue to go as planned. I want to thank you for the referral to [the inpatient drug rehab], they are actually the first people to offer us any glimmer of hope. May God bless you."
There are plenty of studies and statistics that prove that inpatient (residential) rehab programs provide a greater chance for recovery when compared to outpatient or detox only. In addition, research has shown that longer-term inpatient rehabilitation centers increase the success rates even further.
A long-term rehab program allows an individual the time and space to focus on solving the problems he or she faces that led to the addiction in a more intensified effort. This is something that simply cannot be done in a 30-day facility or an outpatient program. The primary goal is to get to the root of the issues and handle them so that there is no longer a desire to use alcohol or other drugs.
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In addition to finding the right inpatien rehab facility, one of the more difficult problems to solve for family members is figuring out how to get their loved one to agree to get help. Sometimes it's as simple as having a conversation with them or letting a counselor talk to them from the rehabilitation program. Other times it requires some additional form of intervention.
An intervention doesn't necessarily mean the whole family sitting down to try and convince the addict to get help, but sometimes that could be the case. Types of interventions that often occur include some form of family intervention, getting arrested, getting into an accident, losing a job, losing a spouse, an overdose, death of another addict from overdose, or even the threat or realization that one or more of these will occur if the drug use continues.
A good idea may be to bring in an intervention specialist, who is someone very skilled at getting addicts to agree to go into treatment. We can connect you up with intervention resources, or in many cases the inpatient drug rehab that you choose can recommend someone that works well with their facility.
Experienced addiction consultants are standing by to help.