Before you can overcome alcohol and drug addiction, you must first understand their causes. Every person has different factors that can lead to addiction and substance abuse. We'll explain how drugs affect you, the reasons people turn towards them, and how we can help you recover from alcoholism.
Treating the Underlying Reasons for Addiction
For quick highs, stress relief or to manage other health conditions, people resort to substance abuse. The co-occurring symptoms of mental disorders can be made worse by the use of alcohol or other drugs. We help you learn healthy ways to deal with your unpleasant emotions and treat the root causes of addiction.
You need to be able to relate to the person receiving treatment for alcoholism and drug abuse. Your needs should be considered. We will work with you to design a personal treatment plan. This could include individual therapy, counseling and group therapy.
Tested Treatment Methods
We offer safe environments that will help you detox from alcohol and other drugs. However, detox is only the beginning. We will help you learn healthy coping techniques, stress-relief methods, and skills that will make it easier for you to succeed.
Supporting Long-Term Recovery
Recovery is a journey that lasts a lifetime. Support is key to making recovery easier. You can expect to be able to transition smoothly from treatment to recovery and introduce you into support groups. There are support options available, regardless of whether you are in recovery or caring for a loved one.
A small percentage of addicts seek treatment, despite the perceived high costs. But the cost of rehab is negligible compared with the potential social and health consequences of not getting treatment. These can be prevented by seeking treatment immediately.
Millions of Americans suffer from addiction every day. A 2016 U.S. surgeon general report estimated that nearly 21 million Americans have a substance abuse disorder. However, only 10% of these people receive substance abuse treatment.
This is why? The reason is partly due to the high cost of treatment. A staggering 40% of Americans with a substance misuse disorder who needed treatment between 2011 and 2014 did not go to rehab because it was too expensive or they didn't have any insurance.
The cost of treatment can be far lower than the cost associated with addiction. Many people don't realize that insurance can help reduce the cost of rehabilitation. Insurance companies must now cover mental and addiction treatment under new laws.
How much does rehab cost?
Prices for treatment at addiction centers in the United States vary by level. People suffering from severe substance use disorders may need more intensive and extended treatment. Standard treatment is generally more expensive than intensive care.
Detox is the process by which drugs are removed from the body. It also helps to overcome withdrawal symptoms. Based on data from drug treatment facilities in the United States, the average cost for a 30-day detox program is $250 to $800 per person.
Basic residential treatment can cost between $2,000 to $20,000. This includes assessments and supervision around the clock. The cost of long-term residential treatment, which lasts between 60 and 90 day, could be twice as high.
For 30 days, some luxury rehab facilities can charge as much as $25,000 Most private treatment centers charge much less.
Outpatient care allows patients the freedom to live at their own homes while they receive treatment. Patients learn how to live drug-free at home through a series of appointments. Outpatient treatment can be as low as $5,000 for a 3-month program. Outpatient treatment may be available at some facilities for up to $10,000.
Intensive Outpatient Rehab
Inpatient intensive treatment is a higher-quality version of outpatient therapy. It typically includes multiple appointments per work week, lasting approximately three hours per day. This type of care costs anywhere from $3,000 to $10,000 for 30 consecutive days.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization is for patients who are unable to return home each night and need intensive treatment during the days. PHP costs approximately $350-$450 per day.
Medication-Assisted Opioid treatment
A U.S. Department of Defense report from 2016 estimated the costs of various opioid treatment programs.
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Programs for free
Although treatment centers can be expensive, there are some that offer payment assistance and sliding fee scales. Some programs are free and paid for by the state. These state-sponsored programs are often subject to long waitlists.
Individuals in recovery have another option: Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous are two options. These 12-step programs have been helping millions of people to achieve and maintain sobriety for more than 60 years through regular meetings. There are also free treatment options offered by faith-based groups.