It's not uncommon to be affected by drugs or alcohol addiction when you live in Harrisburg, PA. There have been a number of news stories in 2015 underscoring the severity of the drug problems people are faced everyday in this part of the country. Fortunately, we provide several different types of rehab programs that can help you and your loved ones overcome the addiction issues that may be negatively affecting your family, friendships or employment status.
In August, federal agents completed a five-year investigation into a massive drug ring operation that was transporting cocaine from Atlanta into Harrisburg using public transportation. More than 20 people involved with running the operation were sentenced to federal prison. According to local reports and Harrisburg police, the drug activity in the area often leads to more violent crimes, including robberies and home invasions.
Officers in the street crime unit also showed how drug deals can have an exponential impact, affecting several people down the line, including first-time users. One 18-year-old dealer was arrested with 300 packets of heroin and was back on the street shortly after posting bail. If you’ve had your lifestyle altered due to drug abuse and addiction, it may be time to consider joining one of our quality rehab programs.
Our drug rehab programs are designed to be convenient to your needs, but just as effective in helping you achieve sobriety again. Some programs last one month, while, others may be up to three months long. The length of the recovery process typically depends on your individual efforts, the severity of the addiction and the type of services you select. We provide inpatient and outpatient rehab programs that feature therapy sessions, support groups and relapse prevention as well. We can also educate family and friends so they may help you with making this transition everlasting.
Rehab Can Be Confidential
For many individuals who are addicted to drugs or alcohol, the entire issue surrounding rehab can be difficult to deal with where other people are concerned. There is certainly no reason to be embarrassed about having a disease that you have little to no control over, but with that being said, privacy is still a serious concern for many patients.
It is important to keep in mind that it is definitely possible for your rehabilitation experience to be completely confidential. In this case, traveling for rehab is usually in order. If you're worried about confidentiality in your treatment, there are other options for you as well that will help with your anonymity on campus.
We are here to help you make all of the critical decisions surrounding your choice of drug addiction treatment center, and we would be glad to help you decide whether or not going to a rehab center in your home city would be a good choice for you or not. If you are struggling with this decision, please call our toll-free hotline at your convenience for more information.