Case management is often an essential part of addiction rehabilitation. But what is case management? Why is it beneficial?
Outpatient rehab allows patients the opportunity to stay in their environment, while providing a structured therapy regime consisting of peer engagement.
Now that you’ve completed an inpatient rehab facility what happens next? As many as 60% of people relapse after treatment making outpatient so important.
The thought of attending rehab can be intimidating. However, more than anything attending inpatient rehab is similar to going to summer camp.
You might be looking ahead and thinking, “this year I get my life back”. Why wait? Here are three reasons spending the holiday in rehab is your best option.
PHP level of care is our most intensive treatment track. The PHP program consists of clinical services 5 hours per day, 5 days per week. During treatment clients participate in 4 daily group therapy sessions, as well as individual therapy at least once per week. In addition, all clients meet… View more
To continue maintaining sobriety after being involved in a program can be extremely difficult. An addict going back to the environment in which they were in before can be very triggering.
The time it takes to withdraw from heroin, like many other drugs, depend on the length of time that one used, frequency and dosage.
The detoxification symptoms from marijuana vary from each person and they can cause serious discomfort.
For someone to admit they a problem and them being open to seeking help is just the beginning, but an extremely important step towards maintaining sobriety.