Before you can overcome alcohol and drug addiction, you must first understand their causes. Each person is different in how they succumb to drug abuse or addiction. We discuss how drugs can affect your body, what causes people to turn to them, and how you can recover from alcoholism or other substance abuse disorders.
Treatment of the Sub-Principal Causes of Addiction
For quick highs, stress relief or to manage other health conditions, people resort to substance abuse. However, alcohol and other drugs can exacerbate co-occurring mental disorders. We teach healthy ways of coping with unhappiness and address all underlying causes of addiction.
You need to be able to relate to the person receiving treatment for alcoholism and drug abuse. You should tailor it to your specific needs. We will work with you to design a personal treatment plan. This could include individual therapy, counseling and group therapy.
Proven Treatment Methods
We provide safe environments to help you rid yourself of alcohol or other drugs. Detoxification is not the end of treatment. To set you up for success, we will teach you healthy coping strategies, stress relief techniques, and skills.
Supporting long-term recovery
Recovery is a process that takes a lifetime. It's easier to get help when you have it. Support groups and guidance are key to your success in drug rehab. Support is available to you, regardless if you are in recovery yourself or supporting someone else.
A small number of people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol choose not to seek treatment due to the high price tag. However, the cost of treatment is small compared to the possible health and social consequences of not seeking it. These consequences can be prevented by getting treatment now.
Millions of Americans suffer from addiction every day. A U.S. surgeon général report in 2016 estimated that close to 21 million Americans suffer from substance abuse disorders. Only 10 percent receive treatment for substance abuse.
This is why? The reason is partly due to the high cost of treatment. In fact, nearly 40% of Americans suffering from a substance-related disorder didn't seek treatment because they couldn’t afford it.
The cost to treat addiction is significantly lower than that of treatment. Insurance can reduce the cost of rehab, which many people don't know. Insurance companies must now cover mental and addiction treatment under new laws.
What is the Cost of Rehab?
Prices for treatment at addiction centers in the United States vary by level. People with more severe drug use disorders are likely to require more intensive and longer-term 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 centres across the United States. The average cost of a 30-day detox is between $250 and $800 per Day.
The cost of basic residential treatment which includes assessments and monitoring around-the-clock is typically between $2,000-$20,000,000. Long-term residential services, lasting 60 to 90 days, can cost twice as much.
Luxury rehab facilities may charge more than $25,000 per month for 30 days. However, private treatment centers typically charge less.
Outpatient care allows people to stay at home while receiving treatment. Patients learn how to live drug-free at home through a series of appointments. A three-month outpatient program can often cost around $5,000. Outpatient treatment may be available at some facilities for up to $10,000.
Intensive Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient intensive care is a more extensive form of outpatient treatment. It usually includes multiple appointments per week and lasts about three hours each day. For 30 days, intensive outpatient treatment costs between $3,000- $10,000.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalizations are for patients who can return to their homes each evening after receiving intensive treatment during daytime. PHP costs approximately $350-$450 per day.
Medication-Assisted Opioid Therapy
The U.S. Department of Defense released a 2016 report that estimated the cost of various opioid treatment programs.
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Programs that are cost-free
Even though treatment centers are expensive, many facilities offer payment assistance or sliding fees scales. Some programs are free and paid for by the state. These state-sponsored programs are often subject to long waitlists.
For those in recovery, support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous can be a great option. These 12-step programs have been helping people in recovery for more than 60 decades. They offer regular meetings that help them stay sober. Many faith-based organizations also offer free treatment options.