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The medically-managed and non-medically managed detoxification services come in different varieties, and have been constructed to fit any type of patient. The first does not require a direct involvement from a doctor, but the patient will be provided with constant support and regular checkups to mark their progress. The medically-managed program is broken down into three sections: Detoxification, Primary Care and Aftercare. Every stage is allocated a certain number of days for completion and the patient is regularly monitored by a doctor and given full support throughout the process. All therapy services are combined with regular family visits and the completion of all needs required by the patient. Regardless of the substance from which the patient is attempting to withdraw from, the Detox program is known as one of the most reliable Drug rehabilitation, and if followed-up with the doctor’s after-care advice, it is a sure way to complete a successful rehab program and return to a normal and happy life. Patients can always continue to seek support even after leaving the clinic after a successful Detox if they feel like they could use some additional help and advice. If it is physically impossible for a patient to reach the clinic, there are 24/7 hotlines available at all times with experts waiting on the other side.
The 30 Day rehab program is designed as the shortest possible time needed to be spent for a full rehabilitation to take place. Patients who qualify for this program are often those who have not been through an extremely serious addiction, and who will not require a lot of time to withdraw from it. Because this is a relatively short process, specialists immediately set to find the cause of the addiction and begin removing it right away. Because patients have not been under the influence of the addiction for a very long time they easily adapt to this setting and results are very quickly noticed. This treatment falls under the category of in-house ones, meaning that the patient is required to stay within the clinic at all times. Such a procedure ensures that all effort will always be placed on the well-being of the patient, and that they will be able to quickly complete the therapy sessions. Support from friends and family members is always encouraged, and especially so if it proves to help in the process. Full psychological support is also provided, and patients can always find a helping hand from a psychologist should they need one. Once the program has been completed, patients may leave if they have completed a successful removal of the addiction.
This program is designed for addictions that have been going on for a longer period of time, and it is aimed at patients who will need a lot of support in the process, especially in the early stages. However, while it is encouraged that patients spend as much time as possible within the facilities, remaining in the same place for 60 days is not beneficial. Because of this, the center has developed a program that allows patients to leave for a certain period of time. A treatment such as this one allows the patient to start adapting to the outside world in the very early stages of rehab; so that when the time comes that the entire program has been completed it will not be a shock. A detailed account of every patient’s past is taken and parallels are drawn between the current state of addiction and the possible ways with which it could have developed over time. In order to be successful, this program requires the full cooperation of the patient, and a great level of trust must be developed so that the doctors can allow the patient to leave the premises without worrying about their behavior, and the patient can be sure that support is always close if they need it.
This is longer duration for a program available. It is aimed for those who have had a very serious history of drug and alcohol abuse and who need the highest level of care possible. Most patients who enter this program are already very lost and feel as if there is not much that can help them. Luckily, this 90 day program has been specifically designed to show patients as early on as possible that recovery is a very real possibility and can be achieved with hard work and mutual support. Because of its complexity, this program can be somewhat tailored to suit the needs of individual patients, but it will in all cases start with Detoxification, and will then move on the other stages of recovery as needed. Leaving the clinic in the early stages of rehab is not recommended because there needs to be as much focus as possible placed on the actual rehabilitation. Once the patient has started to show signs of improvement, they will then be allowed to leave the clinic for certain time periods when they feel like they need to be in touch with the real world. This program has been wonderfully balanced to include both an intensive rehab program, and also a full psychological recovery and return to a normal life as well.
This program focuses on following the recovery of its patients once they have left the clinic and returned to their everyday lives. Additional support is frequently required by patients once they have completed any one of the possible stay-in programs, because every patient requires a different amount of time to completely get used to their previous surrounds prior to entering the clinic. Not every patient is in need of this additional treatment, but many are advised to take it to ensure that the recovery will be fully complete. This program involves a lot of psychological help, which is often encouraged through telephone calls and letters rather than entering the clinic again, although it is also possible for the patient to return to the clinic if they feel the need to. The Extended Care theory aims to give patients a slight push towards the right direction and to act as a guardian angel in times of darkness that may return. Both group and individual therapy sessions can be arranged to monitor the patient’s progress and to give them additional advice on leading a healthy and happy life again. One of the most beneficial Drugods is to help the patient set daily goals that they will follow once they leave the clinic. This gives them the guidance to live their lives to the fullest, but also leaves most of the work up to them to show them that they can make it on their own.
Day patient services are offered for a number of reasons. It is usually chosen as an option either for patients who do not suffer from a serious addiction and only require minor care and monitoring, or for patients who have no will to stay inside a clinic whatsoever. Both cases are very frequent ones, which is why this program includes all the elements of a very effective rehab program, but without keeping patients inside. Because people in this case do not wish to be alone, they are often separated into groups. Specialists try to group patients by type of addiction and their interests so that they can feel the support of other people who are going through the same thing and not feel alone on their journey. As a part-time attendee, the patient is encouraged to make the most of their time while inside the clinic and is given a wide range of advice and support whenever it is needed. However, just because the patient is not constantly inside the clinic does not mean that they can be away from it for too long if this is going to work. Patients are encouraged to come to the clinic every single day until their treatment ends, so that they can be on a steady journey to recovery.
This program is advised to those who have already gone through a rehab program and have returned to their normal lives. It brings the required support to keep going on their journey but without actually feeling like rehab again. Patients are encouraged to keep a daily journal of their activities as much as possible so that doctors can keep track of their progress. This program is almost entirely based on psychological well being and includes a lot of verbal and mental therapy. This is usually he last stage of recovery when only the smallest of issues need to be put in place, returning the patient to their new and healthy self, and allowing them to continue with their new life and enormous accomplishment. The time that is spent inside the clinic for this program is advised by specialists of course, but the final decision is up to the patient. They are allowed to organize a program that will fit them best, as long as they make regular stops to the clinic for support. Another important element of this program is the development of new life skills and the recovery of old ones. Patients need to be able to return to the world as able-bodied individuals who will be able to rely on their own skills to develop in life and to support their families.
This is program aims to help patients with the idea of never drinking or taking drugs again. This is an important step for those who have managed to completely almost every other level of recovery, but are still uncertain as to whether or not they would be able to live a completely clean life. Because of this, the Sober Living program continuously offers support and advice specifically on how to stay away from the abusive substance and how to no longer consider it a part of the patient’s life. Life Skills workshops are frequently organized for these patients so that they can become accustomed to a way of life that does not include substance abuse. They will also learn how to cope with situations where the substance shows up again and how to refuse it. Our specialists are fully aware of how hard this transition is to most patients, which is why they are provided with the best and most comprehensive support possible. In case the patient cannot return to their own home after the treatment for whatever reason, the clinic will help to guide them to a safe home and to support them until they reach a stable way of living.
There a number of different aftercare programs, including Evening Patient, Day Patient, Extended Care and Sober living. Every patient is different and different types of addictions require a unique angel of approach in order to be removed completely. Patients who wish to find the right Aftercare program for themselves are introduced to all of the available options and are advised on the one that would be the most beneficial one for them. Once they have chosen a program and are happy to stick to it for its required duration, they can begin their aftercare recovery immediately. Various levels of support are offered because of their complexity. Patients are welcome to involve their friends and family for support if they need it as well. However, most patients find it most beneficial to talk to others who have gone through the same thing. One of the healthiest and most calming ways for a patient to recover is to be in contact with other people who have gone through the same thing and have succeeded on their journey to recovery. The clinic offers a number of workshops and therapy sessions where patients can meet and socialize. On the other hand, if the patient wishes to remain alone on this journey they will also be provided with the right materials to do so.
The Alumni program places great importance on the most memorable moment for the patient – graduation. After going through many days of recovery, patients need to be allowed a moment of their own where they will be able to look back on all that they have accomplished during their stay in rehab. This does not mark an end to their journey, since it will remain as soDruging that the patient will need to always try and stay on track with, but it will give them the space to recollect their thoughts and continue with their lives. The Alumni program is also very beneficial to new patients as well. Those who are leaving the clinic are encouraged to leave their thoughts and advice behind so that other can make the most of them as well. But apart from helping others, the Alumni program is also a way for the patient to keep in touch with the clinic once they leave. This is not done in a way that would make the patient feel like they are back in rehab again, but to show them that they have made friends and gained family support on their journey. Rehab is not a negative thing, although it is often portrayed in such a way. It is a person’s journey to a new start where they will have the pleasure of socializing with others that understand how they feel and what they are going through.
There is seldom a more fruitions support than the one that is offered by family. Addictions rarely only affect the patient, but are much more often a state of being that affects the entire family and other people around the patient as well. There are different ways that the family can be involved. Some treatments include simple conversations with family members, and asking them to encourage the patient on their journey and to let them know that everyone will be alright in the end and that they will have a new and better life to live. Another way that family can be involved is if another family member is also suffering from an addiction. In such cases it is possible for patients to come together with their families and participate in the sessions together. This is one of the most useful and positive support systems available, and ones that always yield amazing results in the end. Regardless of the additional program that is chosen alongside the family support, all patients are provided with very detailed guidance on their journey and are always encouraged to keep in touch with their assigned doctors. Both the patients and their families can ask for advice whenever they need it.
This type of counselling offers immediate support in situations where the patient feels an urgent need to receive treatment. This is usually aimed for patients who have already gone through a recovery program but are worried that they are on the brick of returning to their negative way of life again. It is important that professional support is looked for as soon as possible in such cases and that the negative behaviour can be stopped quickly before it causes any damage to the patient. Once a negative streak is detected, patients are advised to immediately contact the clinic so that a session can be set up soon. Not all crisis calls are as serious as patients may think, but it is important to always stay on top of them and to learn how to distinguish between the real danger and the emotions that many just be the anxiety that comes with re-adaptation. Crisis counselling includes both physical and psychological support and is almost always backed by an actual miniature version of a full program just in case. It is advisable that the patient be put on the same program as they were on before the crisis occurred, because they will already be familiar with it and it will offer them a strong sense of security. After that, the patient is once again guided towards the right journey of recovery.
Interventions are an important part of the rehab process, and are used for patients who have either come too far with their addictions, or who refuse to seek any help even though they badly need it. They are not designed to hurt the patient in any way, but they are used to give them a strong push in the right direction. They are often called for by friends and family members who feel that it is high time that action be taken to eliminate the addiction. All interventions aim to be diplomatic, and their final goal is to show the patient that what entering rehab is their best option before it is too late. While some interventions are calm and quiet affairs, others can be more physical. Doctors have frequently been faced with both physical and verbal assault in the process, but their many years of experience have insured that they are able to bring the patient to their senses without any damage being caused. Once the patient is inside the clinic, all professionals who are involved in their case will begin the process of familiarizing the patient with the available programs. The patient is still given the freedom to help choose the program that they like best, and great care is taken to make sure that the patient is comfortable and understands that they will be helped.
The Monitoring program is organized after the rehab program ends. Its aim is to focus on the patient after they have left the clinic and to make sure that they are still on the right way to recovery. Various analysis is taken into account for the program, including psychological analysis, individual therapy, 24/7 phone support, crisis counselling, and many more options that ensure the patient’s safety and well being. This program works together with the patient to follow their journey after rehab and to see how they are adapting to their new surroundings, and especially if they are feeling the urge to return to the abuse substance or not. This is similar to a supportive family program that keeps in touch with the individual and offers continual advice whenever it is needed. The monitoring program also allows patients to return to the clinic for additional counselling if they feel the need to do so, although most patients are by now on a full road to recovery and only need minor support if they are ever unsure of what to do. It is a good idea for this program to be accompanied with a journal and with a weekly or monthly session until the patient has fully recovered.For a Free confidential assessment, Please Call us today at 310-870-0107.