It is heart wrenching to see the devastating effects that drug abuse and drug distribution is having on the children of Midwest City, Oklahoma. In late 2012, police officers shut down a meth lab that was in a house where children were also living.
Whether the illegal drug of choice is heroin, methamphetamines or marijuana, the negative effect on children who grow up in this environment is the same. It is not until a person who is abusing drugs sees the need to protect their family by getting rehab that the situation can improve.
Not All Rehab Is the Same
You may be surprised to learn that not all recovery programs involve an inpatient stay. Some have daily meetings where you can participate in a group setting, and some require regular counseling or other activities. Examples of rehabilitation programs that may be available to you include:
- Residential Programs – These programs involve you living at the treatment facility, attending group meetings and individual counseling sessions, and participating in group activities. Some individuals will stay with us up to 90 days, and others will stay between 28 and 30 days.
- Outpatient Rehab – This is a flexible rehabilitation program that provides you with the option of receiving treatment a few hours every day over the course of multiple weeks.
- Group Support Therapy – These groups meet together on daily, weekly, or bimonthly intervals.
- Individual Therapy – These therapies include sessions with a board certified substance abuse counselor. Care is provided during the program, and it may also be provided once an individual has completed a residential rehab program.
Talking to one of our professional counselors is an excellent way for you to get more information about the services we offer. We understand that the journey to sobriety is different for each person. For this reason, we believe the treatment they receive must be individualized if it is to lead to a life of sobriety.
We’ll Help You Find a Private and Personal Treatment Program
If you have made the decision to kick your drug habit and live a sober lifestyle, congratulations. This is the first step on your journey toward recovery. Upon deciding that drug rehab needs to be in your future in order for you to become sober, there are a plethora of choices you will need to make. One of the decisions surrounds where you will go to treatment. Aside from deciding between an inpatient and outpatient treatment center, you might consider attending treatment in another city besides the one you live in.
The most common reason that this choice is made is to make drug rehab more private and personal. Leaving town can make rehab more confidential for you. You will also need to decide whether or not you have familial responsibilities that would keep you at home. In addition, some people have jobs they must go to or school programs they're involved in.
As you can see, there are many considerations to make concerning this decision, but our skilled and experienced representatives are standing by to help. Give us a call today to discuss your options.