Addiction affects over 23 million people including adolescents and adults, ages 12 and older each year. At this astounding rate, the unfortunate reality is that only about 2.6 million or 11% actually receive help. Addiction destroys lives and families across the globe and does not discriminate who it can affect. If you are looking for help for yourself or your loved one, it may feel extremely difficult to take that first step to pickup the phone and make the call to ask for help. However, the fact that you are here and seeking information and education to learn what steps to take, you have made the biggest step, acknowledging that help is needed. Whether you are seeking detox, inpatient, residential, Intensive Outpatient, Sober Living, or Individual Therapy, The Treatment Specialist has designed a network of the leading providers from you to choose from.
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Among the most common Substances treated include alcohol, opiates, heroin, prescription drugs, cocaine, methamphetamine, mandrax, cannabis, ecstasy. Each addictice substance has specific features, withdrawal symptoms, and treatment options.
Dual Diagnosis is co-occurring mental health and addiction conditions. Often those struggling experience both addiction and depression, anxiety, and other psychological conditions. There are a number of treatment options for dual diagnosis that treat both the addition and mental health condition together.
Detox is the process of cleansing the body of toxins and addictive substances. A person should always consult with a medical professional prior to stopping a substance to ensure that the proper protocol is taken. There are many detox options available to consider.
Inpatient treatment is often interchanged with residential treatment which is where an individual resides at the addiction treatment facility or rehab center. Inpatient treatment is a highly structured level of care providing daily intensive therapy and activities that promote recovery and healing.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) are 3-5 days per week and offer more flexible schedules where a individual may live at their own home or in a sober living home nearby. IOP treatment is an excellent choice for someone who does not need a higher level of care or finished primary care.
Sober Living provides housing to those who have completed primary inpatient and residential care. Sober Homes offers an individual the opportunity to transition back into the normal life setting, whether working or attending school, with support and increased accountability.
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