Successful Recovery From Drugs and Alcohol With Residential Treatment

Addiction to drugs and alcohol is often a lifelong battle, and many addicts struggle repeatedly with the cycle of recovery and relapse. The reason relapse is so common is that addiction is both a physical and emotional condition, and both must be efficiently treated in order for recovery to be successful. Residential treatment programs work by treating the physical illness of drug and alcohol addiction, followed by intense treatment of the emotional aspects of the disease.

Drug and alcohol addiction is on the rise, and drugs such as heroin and cocaine are making a big comeback among teens and adults alike. These drugs are highly addictive, and often lead to illness, financial problems and in many cases, trouble with the law. When an alcoholic or drug addict "hits bottom," this is often the time that they seek help. Residential treatment programs provide alcoholics and drug addicts with a stable foundation in which they can work their way back to sobriety after hitting bottom, allowing a true chance for recovery.

Upon intake at a residential treatment center, patients are immediately assessed by the center's medical staff in order to determine their specific needs and level of treatment. Once a treatment plan is decided on, patients typically go through what is called the "detox" process. During detox, patients are medically monitored while the body purges itself of chemicals. Once the detox process is complete, the body is physically free of drugs and alcohol, and the next step is to treat the emotional aspect of the disease. Patients participate in group and individual counseling sessions in which they work with mental health professionals in order to get to the root of their addictions.

While there is no 100 percent cure-all for addiction, residential treatment programs provide patients with the tools they need to function in a healthy and sober fashion. Upon graduation from treatment, patients are often given the option to move into sober living facilities, allowing for continual support during their recovery.

If you or someone you know is struggling with the grips of addiction, residential inpatient treatment is an ideal option. Residential treatment allows for 24 hour, round the clock care in which patients are able to safely and efficiently recover from their addictions. By taking the addiction one step at a time and admitting that they are in need of help. Individuals suffering from drug and alcohol addictions can get the help they need to remain healthy and sober.

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