Many people suffer drug and alcohol addiction due to underlying mental health issues that have gone untreated. In the case of opioids, physical health problems may also be an underlying cause. Identifying and treating these issues is a critical factor in drug rehab programs.
Treatment options for mental health issues may include behavioral therapies or medications. In many cases, these are used simultaneously for the most effective mental health services.
Inpatient Intensive Treatment Options
Inpatient programs include temporary stays at addiction treatment centers. During your stay, you’ll be under constant supervision by your treatment provider and have access to comprehensive opioid treatment services at all times. Before starting your program, you’ll sit down with your treatment provider to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs.
During your stay, you’ll have access to the resources you need to overcome the most challenging part of your recovery process. Some of these resources may include:
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Counseling services
- An addiction specialist
- Behavioral health therapies
- Health care providers for any medical emergencies
- Support groups
Our drug and alcohol rehab center is designed to be a calming environment conducive to healing. As a result, you can focus on your opioid treatment programs without worrying about external stressors or responsibilities.
If you’re concerned about the costs of inpatient treatment, know that our treatment center is covered in whole or part by many insurance plans. Coverage may be provided by certain public or private health insurance companies.
Outpatient Program for Opioid Use Disorder
Treating substance use disorders doesn’t end after successfully completing an inpatient program at our treatment facility. Substance addiction requires an ongoing dedication to staying sober and receiving support services for the foreseeable future.
Our outpatient treatment providers will continue giving you high-quality behavioral health care and can help you explore additional treatment options if necessary. You’ll also continue with therapies or medications, as necessary, at our rehab facility or through another addiction center.
In the beginning, you may attend support groups or therapy once or more a week. Since drugs like opioids are highly addictive, you should continue with your treatment plan to avoid relapse. You may begin attending support groups and therapy less often as time continues. Less frequent treatments should be discussed and approved by your doctor or addiction specialist.