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Getting the help you need for addiction

Are you or someone in your family struggling with alcohol or drug addiction? Do you feel helpless and afraid? Well don’t worry because there is hope out there and we can help.

Where to start

First make the decision to get the help. Next, you need to search for an addiction recovery center online. If you type in addiction recovery or alcohol recovery through Online, many options become available to you. Take time to read about programs in your local area.

What is the cost?

Many families are not sure if they can afford treatment. Well don’t worry, many programs offer help with payment options such as sliding fee scales, payment plans, subsidies or scholarships. Some people use their savings or borrow money. Others have sold assets such as a boat or a car or they can even take out a second mortgage on their home. Counselors at the recovery centers will assist you to find a workable financial plan that suits your needs.

How do I choose the best facility?

Choosing a treatment program is based on the patients needs. First you need to decide whether you need inpatient or outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment is best when you have been fighting serious addiction for many years. Outpatient treatment can be a good choice for someone who has a steady job and family but that needs some extra help to stop drinking or abusing recreational drugs. The next step is to choose the proper facility. Call several programs and ask questions. Visit the facility and ask about their overall program amenities, length of stay and treatment plans.

What to expect during treatment

Most addiction recovery centers will not allow visitors especially in the early stages. Patients often go through withdrawal symptoms which can consist of cramping, nausea, vomiting, irritability, fever and much more depending on their addiction. They will need to stay focused and follow their treatment plan. Once they have been in the program for several weeks family visits can be planned and are encouraged.

What happens when the patient comes home?

Recovering addicts must learn new habits and to recognize triggers and stress that have caused them to seek out drugs in the first place. Applying this in the real world can be a challenge, so family members will need to be supportive. This means they may have to avoid old acquaintances or past hangouts. In order to succeeded, the patient needs to be around a loving family who understands the journey they are taking toward a life of sobriety.

Ready set go!

So now that you know what to do and what to expect, make the decision to quit. We will be there to support you.

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