Addiction recovery services are available in New York City.
Deciding to live a sober lifestyle and committing to the process of becoming sober is hard enough without the burden of figuring out where to receive treatment. With so many rehabs in New York, it can feel unnecessarily overwhelming when it comes to evaluating your options. That’s where we come into the picture. We can help you understand the important components of assessing and finding the right treatment facility for your rehab experience.
Living with dependency is an awful, unhappy experience for the many people who suffer from dependency to drugs and/or alcohol, and also for those that have loved ones suffering from dependency. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is to help addicts come to understand their addiction, learn to recognize and keep away from triggers that lead them to use, and learn how to live life as a recovering addict. Rehabilitation centers in New York offer a healthy, understanding setting for addicts who wish to begin recovering from drugs and alcohol, and creates individualized, customized treatment plans to address the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of each and every client. Contact us for today for help locating a detox or rehab facility, or for help convincing a family member to agree to a treatment center, at (914) 386-2867.
Rehabilitation Centers Can Help You
People who are afflicted by addiction are prepared to hurt themselves, and also the people that they love, demonstrating that it’s clearly an insidious, frightening disease. Although there is no ‘wonder cure’ for dependency, people who enter qualified, accredited rehab programs experience the most success in recovery. In New York City, our center’s treatment plans are not only fact-based, but medically proven, and include individual and group therapy meetings, physical and recreational activities, participation in the 12-step community, behavioral modeling, and all of the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility.
In New York, our services include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. For the most powerful and effective treatment, we assess how debilitating the dependency is, any contributing psychological factors (like co-occurring disorders), and what path to recovery will be most effective for each client. Our services (including interventions, detox, and treatment programs) will help handle addiction and aid in recovery. For more details concerning rehab centers in NYC or substance addiction in general, call now at (914) 386-2867.
What does a Rehab Center do?
Intervention is the first step in recovery because it is the first time addicts realize that they’ve got an issue with drugs or alcohol. With our assistance, an intervention can be a well-organized, expertly planned meeting where the addict’s friends, family, and loved ones come together to confront the addict regarding their substance abuse, present examples of how they’ve harmed themselves or others, and encourage them to enter a rehab center. An intervention is not the same as rehabilitation, and will not stop an addict from using drugs and alcohol. An intervention is most effective when followed immediately by treatment.
A period of detox is occasionally needed for addicts before they may be able to enter a rehab facility. Detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised procedure that is meant to alleviate many of the worst parts of withdrawal. Detox is extremely essential for people who were addicted to alcohol and opiates, along with certain other substances, since the withdrawal from these substances can actually be fatal without medical assistance. Even though many people think they could go ‘cold turkey,’ in many situations this isn’t suitable and could be deadly. Since detox is not treatment, it will now not end addiction. Detox is just to help an addict safely withdraw from drugs or alcohol. For people in all stages of addiction, whether they have just started using or they chronically use drugs and alcohol, we provide safe, effective rehabilitation.