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There are many addictive drugs and drug rehabs for specific drugs can differ. Drug rehab also varies depending on the specific needs of the patient.

A drug rehab is a place or program that an individual enters in order to treat a drug or alcohol addiction problem. Through therapy and education, an individual is rehabilitated using various treatment methods which enable them to lead a productive and drug free life. There are many reasons why a person would need to attend a drug rehabilitation program. A few of the many reasons are: the inability to control their drinking or drug use, alienating their friends and family, legal problems, severe depression and general unhappiness due to excessive drug or alcohol use. There are many different types of drug rehab programs available: in-patient, outpatient, residential, short-term, and long-term. The initial step of drug or alcohol addiction treatment is drug detoxification.

Drug detox includes medical supervision for drug addiction and alcoholism. Drug detox is just one phase of the recovery process. Drug detoxification is only the first step of drug rehabilitation which is done in order to overcome the physical withdrawal symptoms of drug addiction and alcoholism. A drug rehab program specifically tailored to the individual's specific needs is the next step in recovery.

Scientific has shown that the length of time an individual participates in the addiction treatment process is a critical factor; typical treatment duration includes: short-term treatment programs (28 days), long-term treatment centers (6 months or longer). The length of time required to rehabilitate an individual is determined by the level and duration of drug or alcohol abuse. Individuals with a long history of chronic drug addiction or alcoholism, normally require a long-term drug rehab in order to increase the chances of a successful outcome. Individuals with a brief history may find success by entering a short-term treatment program or out-patient drug counseling.

In addition to the duration of treatment, the type of drug rehab facility is an important factor as well. There are many different treatment modalities: therapeutic communities or residential treatment centers, Twelve Step, Drug Treatment, Sober Living, Drug Counseling, Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, and many more. The importance of correctly diagnosing the individual and selecting the appropriate type of treatment option should not be underestimated as this may be the difference between success and failure in the recovery process.




When choosing which type of drug rehab treatment modality is correct for an individual there are a number of factors to consider. Consider the duration and intensity of the individual's drug ar alcohol abuse and the potential behaviors connected with the abuser i.e. stealing, lying, violence, depression to name a few. Is the individual ready and willing to admit they have a problem and need help. If not, an intervention can be done by family members with the assistance of an intervention specialist.

Aftercare can be an essential component for chronic drug and alcohol abusers. It is an essential step in the recovery process of chronic drug and alcohol abusers and is often overlooked by many addiction treatment programs.

In general, the more treatment received, the greater the results. Drug and alcohol abusers who remain in treatment longer than 3 months typically have greater success than those who receive less treatment. Addicted individuals who undergo medically assisted drug or alcohol detox to minimize the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms but do not receive any further treatment, perform about the same in terms of their drug or alcohol use as those who are never treated at all. Over the last 25 years, studies have shown that drug rehab treatment is very effective in reducing or eliminating drug and alcohol intake. Researchers also have found that drug abusers who have been through a treatment program are more likely to have greater stability generally in all aspects of life i.e. family, work, accomplishing personal goals etc.

USNoDrugs.com is a comprehensive National directory of treatment centers and counseling services for those seeking treatment for drug addiction and much, much, more. USNoDrugs.com includes treatment options such as Individual Counseling, Drug Rehab Centers, Treatment Centers, and more. All listings are categorized by state and city and provide all pertinent information about the type of treatment offered by each treatment facility.

USNoDrugs.com is intended as a guide to locate individual specialized treatment for drug addiction and alcoholism.

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Did You Know? ...
Interesting Facts and Statistics:

The illegal drug categories with the largest number of recent initiates among persons aged 12 or older were nonmedical use of pain relievers (2.2 million) and marijuana use (2.1 million). These estimates are not significantly different from the numbers in 2004.

The only opiates that are still in use for pain management in the medical community are morphine and codeine, as well as some synthetic opiates.

The rates of binge alcohol use among teens aged 12 to 17 were 11.2 percent in nonmetropolitan areas, 9.8 percent in small metropolitan areas, and 10.3 percent in large metropolitan areas, where the rate increased from 9.3 percent in 2005. In completely rural counties of nonmetropolitan areas, 12.2 percent of teens reported binge drinking in 2006.

In 2005, the rate of current illegal drug use was approximately 8 times higher among teens aged 12 to 17 who smoked cigarettes in the past month (46.7 percent) than it was among teens who did not smoke cigarettes in the past month (5.5 percent).

When Ecstasy was first synthesized, scientists thought that Ecstasy could be used as an appetite suppressant.

The risks for addictions to prescription drugs have been known to increase substantially when the drugs are used in ways other than for those prescribed. Healthcare providers, doctors and pharmacists, as well as patients themselves, can all play an important role in identifying and preventing prescription drug abuse.


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