Better Help Treatment Place
Drug and alcohol addiction is an excruciating experience for the individuals who struggle with dependency, as well as their loved ones. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a treatment method designed to help people address any addictions they are struggling with; as well as learn to recognize and avoid triggers that make that impede the recovery process.
Better Help Treatment Place specializes in developing individualized treatment plans to address the physical, medical, psychological, emotional, social, and vocational needs of all our clients. During the treatment process, all clients are provided with a healthy, understanding and nurturing environment so individuals can successfully pursue a life of recovery.
Services Available at Better Hope Treatment Center
Interventions for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Unfortunately, due to the stigma of being referred to as ‘an addict,’ many people may feel inclined to disguise their own struggles with addiction. In numerous cases, entire families may attempt to conceal ones own problems with substance addiction from the outside world. This can be actually be a common response to substance abuse, but concealing the problems with drug and alcohol addiction may often lead to feelings of spite or anger among loved ones, friends, and the individual. In these instances, Better Help Treatment Place suggests the use of a therapist, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to facilitate an intervention, and guide the subject of the intervention to enroll in treatment. Though interventions are not the same as rehabilitation, they can be a crucial step towards healing for everyone concerned, and the advantages of one generally include:
- Creating a safe environment
- Helping members of the intervention to voice their concerns
- Having the subject of the intervention agree to to enrolling in rehabilitation
Medically-Assisted Withdrawal for Substances
Assisted Withdrawals is a great first step on the path to recovery. Withdrawals consists of the substance(s) running their course through the system without any further administration.
Because this process can be dangerous depending on the substance being previously used, it may need to be a medically supervised process. It also should not be mistaken as a substitute for rehab, and it is essential to realize that it is also not a “cure” for addiction. Once the procedure is completed, clients are now ready to start the treatment process without the impediment of psychoactive substances.
Better Help Treatment Place provides both varieties of treatment facilities depending on the requirements of the client. Our center in Escondido, CA provides rehab for people in all stages of addiction, whether they’ve just started displaying signs of addiction, or have a long history of abuse of drugs and/or alcohol.
Our rehab addiction programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for:
By evaluating the root causes of dependency, observing contributing mental factors (including co-occurring disorders), and developing the most beneficial treatment plans for every client, Better Help Treatment Place is able to provide the most powerful, effective rehabilitation program Escondido has to offer.
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Better Help Treatment Center has experts available 24 hours a day to answer any questions about drug addiction, interventions, detox, or treatment centers, so call (442)281-6000 as soon as possible!
Since each client’s rehab plans are customized for their particular requirements, no plan is the exact same as any other. However, clients can expect to take part in some of the following varieties of rehabilitation:
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