Aberdeen Drug Rehab Center

About Aberdeen Drug Rehab Center

Addiction does not discriminate. Whether you are rich or poor, black or white, gay or straight, criminal or an upstanding citizen, addiction can get you. Do not, for a moment, believe otherwise. Aberdeen drug rehab center is available to help free you from your addiction. Addiction is a chronic and relapsing disease that, basically, will be with you for life. In order to regain control of your life once again, call White Sands Treatment Center at (877) 855-3470 to review your treatment options.  

Aberdeen Drug Rehab Center

At an Aberdeen opiate rehab center, you can expect to be treated with nothing but respect and kindness. People that work at these centers want you to become free of your addiction to opiates. Opiates include substances such as morphine, narcotic painkillers, and heroin. Legal opiate medications include OxyContin and Vicodin.  Opioids are typically safe when prescribed by a physician and taken in the suggested amounts. When people choose to abuse and misuse the drug, they become addicted.

Opioids can lead to overdose and even death. Aberdeen opiate rehab center can help you detox safely from these drugs. At the conclusion of detox, one should continue to a rehab program. Detox is only meant to help people detox their bodies from the illicit substances. In an Aberdeen drug rehab center, you will meet with counselors and therapists who can help you build a personalized treatment plan. As you continue through treatment, your plan can be reviewed and updated.

Inpatient Treatment

Once you are assessed, the staff can conclude whether or not you have a dual-diagnosis. If so, you must be treated for the mental health disorder and the addiction separately in order to have any chance of success. In addition to your mental health issues, the staff will want to learn more about your physical health, gender, substances of abuse, and your family relationships. It is best to answer honestly as this is your chance for recovery. Lies will only slow the process down.

Treatment activities include; healthy meals, group therapy, individualized therapy, special focus groups, guest speakers, and twelve step meetings. Remember that inpatient care lasts for at least twenty-eight days but can last for months, if necessary. These programs are safe, sober, and structured environments where patients can feel empowered to get sober. Being removed from your everyday life can be super beneficial. You may be surrounded by negative influences at home that get in the way of your sobriety. Inpatient programs are a safe haven for people who want to become clean.

Inpatient programs are intensive, but they are also supportive. The individual will be part of a therapeutic community where they can focus solely on their treatment. Being in rehab, you will be surrounded by others who are struggling with the same problem. Addicts can help keep each other on track and support each other during this tough time.

Outpatient Treatment

Aberdeen outpatient drug rehab centers are available to those individuals who are unable to remain at an inpatient facility for weeks. As with inpatient treatment, the goal here is to help the person abstain from drugs and/or alcohol for the remainder of their lives. Sobriety is possible with the proper tools.

Outpatient treatment involves the individual going to the treatment center several times a week to receive treatment, participate in therapy sessions, and become equipped with the tools necessary to avoid relapse. This type of facility provides an opportunity for those with work, school, or family obligations to receive treatment. Aberdeen outpatient drug rehab centers provide an opportunity for people to receive treatment that cannot manage inpatient care because of their responsibilities.

Principles of Effective Treatment

  • No single treatment is appropriate for every person.
  • Treatment needs to address mental health disorders.
  • If one is on medication, drug use must be monitored while in treatment.
  • To be successful, one must remain in treatment for the suggested amount of time – or for as long as is needed.
  • Treatment does not necessarily need to be voluntary to be effective.

Please, do not suffer any longer, seek help today.

 

Sources:

https://www.drugabuse.gov/drugs-abuse/opioids

https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/treatment-approaches-drug-addiction

 

If you or a loved one needs help with abuse and/or treatment, please call the WhiteSands Treatment at (877) 855-3470. Our addiction specialists can assess your recovery needs and help you get the addiction treatment that provides the best chance for your long-term recovery.

About the Author

is a proud alumni member of WhiteSands Treatment. After living a life of chaos, destruction and constant let downs, Mark was able to make a complete turnaround that sparked a new way of life. He is serious about his recovery along with helping others. At WhiteSands Treatment, we offer support to you in your homes or when you are out living in your daily lives.