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Private Drug Rehabs

Private Drug Rehabs

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Drug Rehab Centres have established their own 20 sleeper private addiction treatment centre. Private or shared rooms are available for clients who are ready to have a life altering experience, not just regular rehabilitation.

With one of the best teams of registered addiction and depression treatment teams in the country, we are helping people re-write their stories and become free from long term addictive behaviours to all substances, depression, anxiety and dual diagnosis.

Experience recovery in privacy and style at our nature based treatment centre, where you walk with Lions, Swim with Dolphins and partake in a personalized and unique treatment program all in one central location. Call today for different rates and packages that range from 3 to 90 days. All exclusively made to suit your recovery needs.

WHAT SOLUTIONS ARE THERE FOR ME?

Book into an In-Patient Private Drug Rehab Centre Solution that suits you. But first know and understand what Private Drug Rehabs do and what they offer.

There are many options that have been successful in treating drug addiction, including:

  • behavioral counseling
  • medication
  • medical devices and applications used to treat withdrawal symptoms or deliver skills training
  • evaluation and treatment for co-occurring mental health issues such as depression and anxiety
  • long-term follow-up to prevent relapse

A range of private drug rehabs offer care with a tailored treatment program and follow-up options can be crucial to success. Treatment should include both medical and mental health services as needed. Follow-up care may include community- or family-based recovery support systems.

When considering addiction treatment, you may be wondering what you can expect during a standard day in rehab.

There are many types of drug abuse treatments out there, but most follow a standard framework of therapies. Residential inpatient treatment centers are very structured and organized, with similar activities and therapies in most centers. This minimizes stress and uncertainty among residents, and also allows for the safest and most supportive environment for healing and recovery. Depending on the setting and the amenities offered, daily activities may vary.

Psychological dependency is addressed in many private drug rehabs by attempting to teach the patient new methods of interacting in a drug-free environment. In particular, patients are generally encouraged, or possibly even required, to not associate with friends who still use the addictive substance. Twelve-step programs encourage addicts not only to stop using alcohol or other drugs, but to examine and change habits related to their addictions. Many programs emphasize that recovery is a permanent process without culmination. For legal drugs such as alcohol, complete abstention—rather than attempts at moderation, which may lead to relapse—is also emphasized (“One is too many, and a thousand is never enough.”) Whether moderation is achievable by those with a history of abuse remains a controversial point, but is generally considered unsustainable.

Various types of programs offer help in dprivate drug rehabs, including: residential treatment (in-patient/ out-patient), local support groups, extended care centers, recovery or sober houses, addiction counselling, mental health, and medical care. Some private drug rehabs offer age- and gender-specific programs. Be wary, as many centres are ex-addict owned and operated. This can be really good. However, the level of professionalism can be very, very frightening. Think about it it, why do psychologists study for ten years to get their degrees? It’s not for nothing, and often we put our kids and loved ones in the care of uneducated, unemphatic and unscrupulous fools. So be warned that the owner is degreed as he or she will be the one calling all the shots! There is also only a five to ten percent success rate at most of these ‘residential rehabs’. You are entitled to a weekly report of what happened, who they saw (and if they were professionally registered counsellors), and what they did. It is a common fact that for R50 000 a client can expect one counselling session by a registered professional per week, and one group a day.

In-patient residential treatment for alcohol abuse is usually quite expensive without proper insurance. Most American programs follow a traditional 28–30 day program length. The length is based solely upon providers’ experience in the 1940’s that clients needed about one week to get over the physical changes, another week to understand the program, and another week or two to become stable. The definition of recovery remains divided and subjective in private drug rehabs, as there are no set standards for measuring recovery. The Betty Ford Institute defined recovery as achieving complete abstinence as well as personal wellbeing[25] while other studies have considered “near abstinence” as a definition.[26] The wide range of meanings has complicated the process of choosing private drug rehabs programs.

Drug rehab is the process of treatment and recovery from drug abuse or addiction. private drug rehabs have programs, either inpatient or outpatient, provide services for psychological treatment and counseling, as well as aftercare program referral. Medical detox programs can be a part of drug rehab. Because detox clinics require 24-7 medical supervision, diagnosis, and administration of medications when needed, detox may not be provided as a part of some inpatient or outpatient programs.

Drug Rehab Goals

There are three main goals that private drug rehabs target:

1. End drug abuse – This is the most important aspect of private drug rehabs. Recovery during drug rehab allows you to begin living a sober life and meeting other life goals that you set.

2. Treat psychiatric disorders and psychological problems – It is typical for a person diagnosed with drug addiction to also have unresolved psychological trauma or other psychiatric disorders present after prolonged drug use. Private drug rehabs aims to help treat these issues, or refer you to a facility that can treat them, in order to give you the best chance at long-term sobriety.

3. Improve general health and personal circumstances – Your general health may decline rapidly during active drug use, so upon entering private drug rehabs it is important to discontinue drug use. As a result, you general health usually starts improving overall health (mental and physical) in the weeks and months after acute drug withdrawal. Oftentimes, personal circumstances also become very difficult during active drug use, and private drug rehabs aim to better your personal circumstances in order to make your life post-rehab better.

Drug addiction is a chronic disease characterized by compulsive, or uncontrollable, drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences and changes in the brain, which can be long lasting. These changes in the brain can lead to the harmful behaviors seen in people who use drugs. Drug addiction is also a relapsing disease. Relapse is the return to drug use after an attempt to stop.

The following key principles should form the basis of any effective private drug rehabs program:

  • Addiction is a complex but treatable disease that affects brain function and behavior.
  • No single treatment is right for everyone.
  • People need to have quick access to treatment.
  • Effective treatment addresses all of the patient’s needs, not just his or her drug use.
  • Staying in treatment long enough is critical.
  • Counseling and other behavioral therapies are the most commonly used forms of treatment.
  • Medications are often an important part of treatment, especially when combined with behavioral therapies.
  • Treatment plans must be reviewed often and modified to fit the patient’s changing needs.
  • Treatment should address other possible mental disorders.
  • Medically assisted detoxification is only the first stage of treatment.
  • Treatment doesn’t need to be voluntary to be effective.
  • Drug use during treatment must be monitored continuously.
  • Treatment programs should test patients for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases as well as teach them about steps they can take to reduce their risk of these illnesses.

The path to drug addiction begins with the voluntary act of taking drugs. But over time, a person’s ability to choose not to do so becomes compromised. Seeking and taking the drug becomes compulsive. This is mostly due to the effects of long-term drug exposure on brain function. Addiction affects parts of the brain involved in reward and motivation, learning and memory, and control over behavior.

Addiction is a disease that affects both the brain and behavior.

Can drug addiction be treated?

Yes, but it’s not simple. Because addiction is a chronic disease, people can’t simply stop using drugs for a few days and be cured. Most patients need long-term or repeated care to stop using completely and recover their lives.

Addiction treatment must help the person do the following:

  • stop using drugs
  • stay drug-free
  • be productive in the family, at work, and in society

Points to Remember

  • Drug addiction can be treated, but it’s not simple. Addiction treatment must help the person do the following:
    • stop using drugs
    • stay drug-free
    • be productive in the family, at work, and in society
  • Successful treatment has several steps:
    • detoxification
    • behavioral counseling
    • medication (for opioid, tobacco, or alcohol addiction)
    • evaluation and treatment for co-occurring mental health issues such as depression and anxiety
    • long-term follow-up to prevent relapse
  • Medications and devices can be used to manage withdrawal symptoms, prevent relapse, and treat co-occurring conditions.
  • Behavioral therapies help patients:
    • modify their attitudes and behaviors related to drug use
    • increase healthy life skills
    • persist with other forms of treatment, such as medication
  • People within the criminal justice system may need additional treatment services to treat drug use disorders effectively. However, many offenders don’t have access to the types of services they need.

Private Drug Rehabs

For more information on private drug rehabs please contact us. We will refer you to one of our preferred centres, our very own coastal drug rehab centre, or a medical aid endorsed centre you can trust. CALL 0824424779 or email drugrehabcentressa@gmail.com

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