Those in Fort Myers dealing with drug addiction know that recovery is a long process. Your willingness to acknowledge that you have a problem with drugs can help you enter a recovery center that will allow you to break the cycle. We do it all one day at a time.
As of 2012, drug use in Fort Myers was on the rise. On the other hand, deaths caused by prescription medication use were decreasing. When most think of drug abuse, they often do not consider the use of prescription medications. Unfortunately, prescription medications can be just as easy to abuse as illegal recreational drugs, and they require the same type of treatment for a successful recovery.
Why Enter Fort Myers Recovery?
Recovery is a difficult road, and it certainly takes time and dedication. Rehabilitation and recovery centers allow each individual to focus solely on recovery and rebuilding. These centers offer more than detox. They offer peace and solace, a place to discover yourself.
In fact, you will find yourself speaking with therapists, counselors, and other individuals coping with problems like yours. You will be uprooting your foundation so that you don’t feel the need to self-medicate in the future. A good recovery center forces you to rework your life so that it is more manageable.
Recovery works best when you are addressing underlying issues. If you are experiencing a mental health issue, we will address it with you. Without having full understanding of these matters, you may fall back into old habits.
Can Family Benefit from the Recovery Process?
Family members and friends can (and should) get involved in your recovery. The people who care about you the most want to see you succeed, and allowing them to help you along the road to recovery is incredibly helpful. In fact, you may realize that your family is stronger than ever when you return home. The entire family gets to the root of the problem, making dramatic changes that will last a lifetime.
Should You Travel for Treatment?
For many of those addicted to drugs or alcohol, your first course of action will be in deciding geographically where you want to attend treatment. While those who are interested in outpatient care will be best served by attending a treatment center in their hometown, those who are concerned about privacy or who need to make special arrangements for their care may be interested in going to surrounding cities and traveling for treatment.
For example, you may prefer a faith-based approach to recovery that matches your religious choices. In other situations, your choice of drug and alcohol rehab center may be solely based on how holistic the center’s approach to recovery is. In either of these cases, travel may be necessary in order to fulfill your personal requirements for treatment. We can help you make the decision on whether or not travel for treatment will be the right choice for you or your loved one. At your convenience, please call our toll-free number to speak with a representative who can help you make these critical decisions and others as well.