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Questions About Rehab

Entering rehab is one of the most important decisions someone can make. It’s a major commitment for both individuals and their loved ones. It’s understandable that you may have many concerns and considerations that you need to take into account. Here are answers to the most common questions we get asked about rehab.

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Before Rehab

Is My Addiction Bad Enough?

If your substance use interferes with your daily life, you should seek treatment.

How Do I Pay For Treatment?

Check with your insurance first, but there are programs to assist you.

Does My Insurance Cover Rehab?

Check our database to see if your provider is listed, if not, reach out to a treatment provider to learn about your options.

How Do I Choose A Treatment Center?

Investigate your options, ask questions, and determine which best suits your needs.

What Makes A Top-Rated Treatment Center?

It depends on a multitude of factors such as a high success rate and comprehensive care.

What's The Difference Between Inpatient And Outpatient Rehab?

The biggest difference is whether you stay on-campus or not. Inpatient is residential while outpatient is not.

Can I Do It On My Own?

Detoxing on your own can cause severe withdrawal side effects.

Should I Travel For Rehab?

Traveling for rehab could provide you with just the right change of scenery.

How Do I Prepare For Rehab?

Ensure all your responsibilities are covered in order to approach rehab with a clear mind.

Why Does Rehab Have A Stigma?

Despite contrary belief, addiction is not a choice, it is an illness that requires care.

During Rehab

What Is A Typical Day Like In Rehab?

Usually days consist of meetings, therapy sessions, and a bit of free time.

How Long Does Detox Take?

The length of detox depends on the substance that was being used but is usually between 2 to 7 days.

How Long Does Treatment Take?

It depends, but centers should have programs anywhere from 30-90 days.

What Can I Bring Into Treatment?

Most centers will provide a comprehensive packing list to ensure you have the essentials.

What If I Need Help For My Mental Health Too?

A dual diagnosis is when an individual has both a drug or alcohol addiction and a mental health condition.

What Will Happen To My Family?

Ensure you’ve planned accordingly, and your family will be safe and sound while you’re away.

After Rehab

What Happens After Rehab?

Using the tools you just learned, you readjust to a brand new life.

What Happens If I Relapse?

Use the experience as a learning tool and remember why you’re seeking sobriety.

How Do I Stay Sober After Rehab?

Experiment with new interests and understand that recovery is about the journey.

How Do I Handle Triggers?

Once you’re aware of what triggers you, you’ll know how to cope when they arise.

Can I Get My Job Back After Rehab?

Yes, there are policies in place to ensure your employment.

Will My Social Life Change After Rehab?

Yes, but it might help to think of it as an opportunity for self-betterment.

How Do I Regain My Loved Ones’ Trust After Rehab?

Patience, honesty, and intention will eventually prove your deserved trustworthiness.

Family Help

How Do I Help A Loved One With Addiction?

You can stage an intervention with a professional, encourage rehabilitation options, or advocate for therapy.

How Does Addiction Affect The Family?

Addiction can cause irreversible rifts in family structures; trust is lost, conflict is daily, and trauma is abundant.

How Do I Help A Recovering Alcoholic?

By learning about addiction and recovery, you will understand the patience and process required in the journey.

How Do I Help A Loved One With An Opioid Addiction?

Opioid addiction is devastating and dangerous; to help your loved one and your family, seek out family support groups.

What Is The Role Of Family In Addiction Recovery?

Remain honest and open about the importance of treatment and be as supportive as possible.

How Is Family Therapy Helpful In Addiction Recovery?

Family therapy can help mend the tears between members as well as contextualize everyone’s feelings and behaviors.

What Do I Do If My Loved One Refuses Treatment?

There are several steps you can take after your loved one refuses to get help.

Do You Have More Questions?

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