Drug addiction is a problem that can destroy or devastate the family and social lives of any person. This is something that needs to be cured and a person with an addiction should enter a drug and alcohol rehab center to eliminate this huge problem from their life.
Most people find it difficult to locate these rehab centers mainly because there are very few of them. The main rehab centers are located in far-flung areas away from the cities so the patients can be easily treated and kept away from the hustle of the city. However, in addition to the private rehab centers, there are also many government-funded alcohol and drug rehab centers that individuals or family members can contact to get patients admitted. These government centers offer free treatment and they are generally somewhat reasonable in terms of their care and comfort. Because local and federal governments fund them, they can only provide basic services, unlike the comfortable and luxurious environments at private drug and alcohol rehab centers. This makes the private centers much more desirable to those people who are not financially weak and can afford to spend a lot of money.
Government-funded drug and alcohol rehab centers also follow the 12-step philosophy, which ensures that each patient gets treated with the utmost care, but here, no individualized counseling is offered. On the other hand, some private programs offer drugs such as anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medications that can help the patient relax and come out of the recovery program early. Also, some detox professionals in private rehab centers prescribe medications to curb the patient’s withdraw symptoms, which makes the process painless for the person going through it.
The private rehab centers offer several other amenities such as pools, gyms, and proper food and exercise routines that help the patients change their lifestyles. These amenities are not provided at any government center. This is the main reason why most people prefer to enter private rehab centers. However, those who cannot afford the huge cost of private rehab centers can opt for the government centers where they would also receive complete treatment but they would not have the facilities like those in the private rehab centers.
Laura B. says
I have been addicted for 15 years, to Narcotics such as Vicodin, Norco and anything alike (prescription) as well as Benzos, I have made so mane attempts and have failed experiencing more than one overdose I am desperate to save my life.
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