Designed with the client in mind and with the assistance of professionals within the addiction recovery industry, we help in identifying different needs relating to alcohol and drug rehab programs, sobriety, detoxification, rehabilitation, and recovery.
Why seek drug rehabilitation?
Addiction is a disease, recognized as such by our network of providers. Would you attempt to place your own cast on a broken bone? Of course not. You would instead seek an experienced professional. The same principle applies to drug and/or alcohol addiction, which afflicts more than 23 million Americans, according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Are all drug rehab facilities the same? Why choose Sober Living Drug Rehab.com?
Like all options, the quality of drug rehabs is not the same wherever you go. At SoberLivingDrugRehab.com we only refer clients to a drug treatment facility that meets our strict standards. As a client, your treatment will come from experienced staff members, some of whom are themselves in recovery – they know firsthand what it is like to recover from this disease. Our clients learn how to start a new life while enjoying a feeling of security and warmth that is second to none
How does drug rehab start?
The first, and perhaps most important step in rehab is for the addict to admit he or she has a problem. Our drug rehab facilities have a proven track record for success, but it doesn’t work for addicts who never set foot in the door. At times, it may be necessary to hold an intervention in order to convince the addict that drug rehab is the right choice. Sober Living Drug Rehab.com can guide you through the intervention process.
Once a client is accepted into drug rehab facility, the difficult – but necessary – step is detoxing. This will help the client overcome their physical addiction to drugs. Depending on the particular situation, detox may call for the client to go “cold turkey” under the supervision educated staff, or detox may involve the client using a synthetic version of the drug and taking smaller and smaller doses over time. In order to begin the physical, emotional, and spiritual healing process, the drugs at the root of the problem must be cleansed from the body.