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Drug abuse is a painful illness to suffer through. However, addiction recovery treatment is out there for those in Georgia. Many individuals suffer from dependency on drugs or alcohol and are unsure of how to get help. Also, family members and friends witness the affects of drugs and alcohol addiction while trying to help them. It can create a cycle of addiction that feels never-ending.
Rehabilitation can stop that cycle. It teaches addicts about their addiction and how to identify and avoid triggers causing their destructive behaviors. Therefore, they will learn to live successfully in recovery and thrive without the need for harmful substances.
Addiction recovery centers meet the needs of every patient such as their medical, vocational, physical, psychological, and emotional. Each patient receives their own individual treatment plan that is unique to their situation. They also provide a judgment free setting for addicts who want to begin process of recovery.
Interventions Open the Door to Recovery
STIGMA OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION RECOVERY
Many individuals and their families live in dread that the ‘outside world’ will discover their problems with dependency. This is typical due to the stigma of addiction, which causes negativity among family members and loved ones. In some cases, an intervention is the best way to help someone start their path to sobriety.
An intervention is a organized meeting with the addict and their loved ones to discuss their addiction and encourage them to enter rehab. We strongly recommend using a psychologist or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to facilitate the intervention itself. Interventions are very important for all involved.
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Detox is an important step towards recovery. It is the process in which the body clears out the harmful chemicals built up by drugs and alcohol. Detox must not be confused with rehab, it is merely the first step in the journey to recovery. Many addicts are weary of detox because of the painful side effects of withdrawal. However, detox centers can provide medical supervision during this process to help ease the symptoms. There are two kinds of commonly used detox:
This is a process that can be completed in a residential or outpatient facility. Social detox involves educating and preparing an addict for treatment. Also, it prepares them to face their cravings and withdrawals and provides them with skills to help them avoid falling back into drugs or alcohol. Social detox is recommended for those who will have mild withdrawal symptoms.
MEDICALLY SUPERVISED DETOXIFICATION
Withdrawal under medical supervision is a procedure that generally happens in a hospital or medical facility. Generally, a nurse or medical professional handles this procedure as side effects from different drugs can have different reactions. Medically supervised detox is recommend for those with a moderate to severe addiction, or have been a chronic user for a long time.
- Opiates (heroin, codeine)
- Prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
- Designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
- Crystal meth
For more details about drug abuse, interventions, detox, or rehab facilities, please call our Addiction Care Treatment Program number 706-480-8733. You can speak with our recovery experts who will help you find the treatment care for you.
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CATERED TREATMENT PLANS
There are many treatment plans across the state of Georgia. Treatment plans are customized to every person’s specific requirements. Generally, patients will participate in the following program from the comfort of residential treatment facility:
- Group, one-on-one, or family therapy
- Behavioral modeling programs
- Daily support meetings
- Recreational activities
- Daily trips to the gym
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