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For the many people who suffer from dependency to drugs and alcohol, and for people who have loved ones affected by dependency to drugs and alcohol, living with addiction is an all-encompassing and awful life experience. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a process through which addicts come to understand their dependency, learn practices to identify and keep away from triggers that make them use, and learn how to live as a recovering addict. Drug Rehab GA develops individualized, custom-made rehabilitation plans to fulfill the medical, physical, mental, social, vocational, and emotional needs of all their clients, and provides a wholesome, compassionate environment for addicts who wish to start recovering from drug or alcohol dependency.

What Drug Rehab GA Does

For addicts that don’t understand that their dependency to drugs or alcohol is a problem, or who are resistant to treatment, the first step towards recovery is frequently an intervention. Friends, family, and loved ones of an addict plan an intervention with the purpose of confronting the addict about their drug or alcohol use, presenting the addict with specific examples of how they have hurt themselves and others, and encouraging them to go into a rehabilitation facility. For an intervention to achieve success, Drug Rehab Centers GA recommend an extensive planning stage guided by a qualified interventionist. An intervention is NOT the same as rehabilitation, and won’t stop an addict from using drugs or alcohol on its own. When followed immediately by rehabilitation, interventions are effective, powerful tools for getting loved ones help.

 

Many addicts have to start treatment with a period of detox. Since withdrawal symptoms can be very difficult and unsettling, detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised procedure designed to safely withdraw the addict. Certain medication and an IV for hydration and nutrition are occasionally required for this process. For individuals that were hooked on alcohol, opiates, and a some forms of other substances, detox is a particularly vital stage of treatment, since withdrawal from these drugs can actually be fatal without medical assistance. ‘Cold turkey‘ is not only inappropriate, but could be deadly for certain people. Detox can only assist an addict to correctly withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol, not end the dependency, because detox is NOT the only step in rehabilitation.

 

For people in all levels of addiction, whether they’ve just begun using, or if they chronically abuse drugs and/or alcohol, Drug Rehab GA can provide safe, effective recovery. Their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. By evaluating the nature of addiction, identifying contributing mental components (such as co-occurring disorders), and designing the most beneficial treatment plans for each client, Drug Rehab GA is able to provide the most powerful and effective rehab program.

Drug Rehab GA Can Help

People who are afflicted by addiction and are willing to harm themselves, and the people they love are clearly demonstrating the signs an insidious, frightening disease. Unfortunately, there is not any wonder ‘cure’ for addiction, but people who receive treatment at certified, accredited rehabilitation centers frequently find success in recovery. Drug Rehab GA’s rehabilitation plans are not only fact-based, but medically proven, and include individual and group therapy sessions, physical and recreational activities, participation in the 12-step community, behavioral modeling, and all of the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable cost of an outpatient facility. For help with dependency, or to help a family member with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, contact Drug Rehab GA at 706-223-1944 for details about interventions, detox, treatment programs, and dependency in general.