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Living with substance abuse can be unbearable, for anyone who is suffering with dependency on drugs and/or alcohol, and for anyone who has a loved one with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a course of treatment which helps addicts gain an understanding of their dependency, learn to identify and steer clear of the triggers that lead them to use drugs or alcohol, and learn how to live successfully as a recovering addict. Our program provides a nourishing, compassionate environment for addicts who are ready to start recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. We develop personalized treatment programs rehabilitation plans to fulfill the unique physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of each and every client.
Many addicts, and even entire families, live in dread that their problems with drug and/or alcohol addiction will be exposed. To the “outside world. The stigma of the stigma of being labeled “an addict” keeps them silent. This is not unusual, but hiding the truth only increases anger and frustration among loved ones, friends, and the addict. In situations like these, our treatment center recommends using a therapist or an interventionist (an intervention professional) to mediate an intervention that will push the addict into rehabilitation. Interventions can be critical for those in need of help, and the advantages include:
- creating a safe setting
- helping people to articulate their concerns and frustrations
- convincing an addict to enter rehabilitation
Detox is another very helpful stage in the process of recovery, but it is important to understand that detox alone is not going to “cure” an addict from their dependency. As a first step towards recovery, detox, or detoxification, helps the addict safely and swiftly withdraw from the substance(s) they’re dependent on, sometimes with the help of prescribed medication. There are two kinds of detoxification:
- Social detoxification is takes place in a residential or outpatient program, and usually includes instructing the addict and readying them for rehab.
- Medically supervised detoxification (sometimes called medically supervised withdrawal) happens in a hospital or inpatient facility where the addict’s withdrawal is monitored by a nurse or medical doctor.
Better Recovery Treatment Rehab can offer either form of detox depending on what their client needs. Better Recovery Treatment Rehab offers alcohol and drug detoxification rehab for people at all stages of dependency, whether they’ve only begun to show indications of addiction, or are persistent abusers of drugs and alcohol. Their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for:
- opiates (heroin, codeine)
- prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
- designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
- crystal meth
By assessing the nature of addiction, identifying contributing psychological factors (including co-occurring disorders), and designing unique, comprehensive treatment plans for each client, we can provide the most powerful, effective rehabilitation program available for those living on Omaha, NE who are willing to travel for treatment.
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Clients of Better Recovery Treatment Rehab’s residential rehab programs receive all-inclusive care that encompasses the best parts of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, such as:
- 24-hour supervision
- access to the medical staff
- luxurious, home-like accommodations
- contact with real world situations and problems
Because each treatment plan has been hand-tailored to be individualize needs of their clients, no plan is exactly the same as any other. Usually, though, clients will take part in the following types of therapy, all from the comfort of a beautiful residential home:
- group or one-on-one counseling
- behavioral modeling techniques
- daily support classes
- recreational activities
- daily trips to the gym
For more details about substance dependency, interventions, detox, or rehabilitation facilities, please call (402) 267-9960 to speak with the recovery professionals at Drug Program Rehabilitation!