Alcohol and Drug Detox and Rehab Centers

Alcohol and Drug Detox and Rehab Centers

Rehabilitation facilities are utilized to recover from various medical conditions – physical, mental illness, and addiction. Drug and alcohol detoxification and rehab centers specialize in treating individuals addicted to various substances.

Most drug and alcohol detoxification and rehab facilities treat a range of chemical dependency. The major difference is in the modality of care – inpatient or outpatient. Some treatment programs differentiate themselves based on age or gender-based treatment.

Having good health insurance coverage allows an individual to have greater options in treatment. Believe it or not, there are drug and alcohol detox and rehab centers that mimic a luxury hotel or resort! While that does not ensure high-quality treatment, it definitely strokes the ego. It is important to get a sense of the quality of treatment before joining the program.

What Factors Make a High Quality Addiction Treatment Center?

Please make sure that the addiction treatment facility you choose is right for you. This choice is very personal but there are some other factors to consider. Not everyone benefits from the same procedures due to different types of addictions, usage patterns, physical and psychological conditions. Even though each treatment program is different, there are a few standards elements to consider while choosing the most ideal rehab program:

 

  • Utilizing established treatment protocols (not something funny, like rapid detox)
  • Focusing on the patient’s living environment by involving family in treatment
  • Staff certification and training
  • Experience in treating your specific addiction
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • On-going evaluation plans
  • Overcoming addiction success rates
  • Caring and empathetic staff member
  • Supportive and highly experienced individual and group therapy
  • Aftercare and relapse prevention support
  • Experience in treating mental health disorders and physical withdrawal symptoms

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What to Expect in Rehab Center?

Prior to treatment admission, patients go through a personal evaluation guided by an addiction counselor. A typical assessment includes a comprehensive psycho-social evaluation, medical check-up, medical record review, urine screening, blood testing and more. The rehab facility collects as much health-related information to assist the patient to overcome the addiction.

 

Additional assessments should include:

  • Patterns of alcohol or drug abuse
  • Past rehab experience
  • Medical conditions
  • Mental status
  • Living conditions and supportive environment
  • Physical disabilities
  • Financial support

 

During the process, with the help of counselors and doctors, patients establish treatment goals. The patient volunteers to commit to the addiction treatment by establishing near- short-term goals to drive a positive change to their lives. During rehab, patients acquire valuable education on withdrawal symptoms and side effects. In addition, individual and group therapy sessions provide a supportive environment and foundation on how to overcome relapse at the end of the treatment. Patients learn how to recognize drug abuse triggers and how to avoid the vicious circle of abuse.

 

People tend to think that drug rehab treatment takes place behind closed doors. However, most patients benefit from treatment that takes place in their living environment with maximal support from their family and friends. An outpatient treatment setting is now proven to be much more effective than the traditional inpatient modality.

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Two Types of Rehab Programs

There are two main types of addiction treatment programs: inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient detoxification and rehab is the traditional way of treating dependence on alcohol and drugs. This modality of treatment has largely failed patients as evidenced by the continued overdose death rates for 20 years. Only when outpatient treatment through the utilization of Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, was introduced on a mass scale did overdose deaths turn south.

With the proven success of newer medications, the risk of relapse in the home environment during the detoxification process, the most acute phase of treatment, has been sufficiently mitigated. Consequently, detoxification on an outpatient basis to treat individuals suffering from a dependence on alcohol has become the most effective model. Outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation programs deliver better outcomes because they incorporate the patient’s living environment into treatment from day one of treatment. On the other hand, inpatient treatment cannot incorporate the home environment into treatment. When patients return home after treatment many find that they do not have the skills to cope with real-life stressors and relapse.

If you or your loved one struggling from alcohol or drug addiction, please reach out to an outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation center as soon as possible. At the Center for Network Therapy, our clinical team is highly experienced in treating addiction to all substances. Please contact us for an easier road to recovery. Call us for a cost-free consultation today or submit this form.

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Heroin Addiction Treatment

Heroin Addiction Treatment

Opiates can all be extremely addictive, and heroin is a potent opiate with a high risk of overdose.

Short-term and long-term users risk lethal overdose every time they use it. Treating an addiction to heroin addiction is difficult and requires medical, pharmacological and therapeutic support.

 

When dealing with heroin addiction, it’s important to get professional help in a qualified treatment center.
If your loved one is dealing with heroin addiction, please talk to an addiction professional today.
CNT is the best rehab center in NJ that specialist in heroin rehab treatments

Trying to come off of heroin cold turkey is not only excruciating it raises overdose risk if a relapse happens as tolerance for the opiate goes down several days after abuse is stopped.

 

What is Heroin?

Understanding the drug could help understand its dangers. Heroin is a natural derivative of opium. It produces a powerful high or euphoria. Opium is an ingredient in medical morphine that is used to relieve pain also. Like heroin, medical morphine also leads to the quick development of tolerance. The user needs more and more of the drug to achieve the same high or result. Serious side effects such as respiratory depression, drowsiness, and mental dysfunction may occur after usage. Withdrawal from heroin is marked by multiple symptoms, which are severe and making DIY detox extremely difficult.

 

Why Heroin is Dangerously Addictive?

Heroin is highly addictive not only because it produces a powerful high, but it is also marked by severe withdrawal symptoms. Consequently, the fear of withdrawal symptoms keeps people using the drug. Although withdrawal symptoms can be severe and excruciatingly painful, usually, it is not dangerous in that a user is not likely to develop seizures or strokes like from alcohol withdrawal or benzodiazepine withdrawal. Tremors, chills, out-of-body feelings, pain, nausea, vomiting, and psychological complications make the recovery progress very difficult. At the Center For Network Therapy, our team of nurses, physicians, and therapists address withdrawal symptoms effectively, based on each person’s individual needs, helping them to engage in therapeutic treatment to effect lifestyle changes they need to make.

Safest Way to Treat an Addiction to Heroin

Detox is the first step in treating the addiction because it provides relief from withdrawal symptoms that are extremely uncomfortable and may last for weeks. During the detoxification, medications are given to minimize the pain. When the drug leaves the body, withdrawal symptoms will start in just a few hours. A combination of medications and therapy is required to treat withdrawal symptoms, including cravings, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, and pain.

 

Aside from medical assistance, therapy is also an important element of CNT’s addiction treatment programs. Therapy helps with post-addiction depression and affects lifestyle changes needed to stay sober. CNT’s Ambulatory Detoxification generally produces better results due to the integration with the patient’s living environment.

 

Why Outpatient Detox

We believe that Ambulatory Detoxification delivers better outcomes because of the integration of the home environment. We use proven protocols that are used in the inpatient setting while providing all needed medications cost-free in a safe and moderate process. Our certified nurses and physicians monitor patients on a daily basis. Family involvement, group and individual therapy support recovery in this early phase.

 

Ambulatory detox lays down the foundation for a solid recovery with innovative adjustments:
Individualized treatment – patients benefit from customized medication treatment to make them comfortable.

 

Integration with the home environment – in contrast to the inpatient treatment, patients learn from the first day on how to deal with emotional withdrawal symptoms at their home environment. This part of the treatment reduces the risk of relapse when returning home from the rehab facility.

 

Family involvement – At CNT, family involvement in treatment is encouraged and it could play a significant role is supporting the patient at a critical time in recovery.

family involvement

A longer length of stay – Another benefit of the outpatient program is that health insurance providers usually approve longer lengths of treatment – detoxification as well as other lower levels of treatment. The benefit to the patient is that longer lengths of stay in detoxification lead to minimization or total elimination of withdrawal symptoms and/or cravings.

 

Ongoing Recovery

Each individual’s recovery is unique. Some get on the path to recovery on the first attempt and for others, it takes multiple attempts. Length and severity of use determine the degree of withdrawal symptoms and length of treatment. Length of stay in an inpatient detox program is usually limited to 5-6 days and may not be enough minimized withdrawal symptoms or cravings. A longer length of treatment, family involvement, and community support, all play an important role in the recovery process. Our Outpatient Ambulatory Detoxification program builds a supportive network for each patient to support their sobriety.

 

You’re Not Alone

 

Entering a quality heroin addiction treatment is an important stepping stone to recovery. Personalized treatment is the core value at CNT. If you are looking for an effective heroin addiction treatment program, please contact us to ease your road to recovery. Call a treatment expert today if you or a loved one are experiencing addiction symptoms.

 

What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

Are you considering a treatment program that will fully address your needs?
Do you prefer to get better in a less restrictive environment?
Does building a supportive network of friends and family important to you during the treatment process?

With a focus on laying a foundation for long-term recovery, our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) addresses individual needs and helps you develop a supportive network at home. Alcohol and drug treatment addresses behavioral, psychological, and physical needs in a less restrictive environment than inpatient programs. With an innovative approach in mind, IOP combines therapy sessions with family and local community support. Taking into consideration that medically supervised detox is not required, individuals receive life-changing tools to stay sober.

 

The Center For Network Therapy has been highly dedicated to the recovery of numerous patients through fully-personalized IOP treatment. Patients participate in the treatment in the evening and are able to go to work during the day and home at night. At CNT, we believe that treatment based in the home environment yields better recovery rates with a lower chance of relapse at the end of the program.

 

There are two types of programs that treat addiction:

They are inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. Traditional inpatient detox and rehab programs often necessary because of a need to monitor patients at risk of seizures and stroke during the alcohol or benzodiazepine withdrawal stage. However, when supervised medical care is not required for acute medical or psychological conditions, the outpatient setting has proven to be more effective.

Outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation programs deliver better outcomes because they incorporate the patient’s living environment into treatment from day one. Inpatient programs isolate the patient from their living environment and create an artificial one for them to stay sober. When people leave the inpatient treatment, they often turn back to old habits in their home environment, as they learned coping and relapse prevention skills in an environment that did not include their living situation

What to Expect When Participating in Intensive Outpatient Program?

All types of addictions can be treated in an outpatient setting. Individuals benefit from a treatment tailored to their unique needs. A blend of group and individual support helps our patients during the process:

Personalized Assessment –

Before the treatment begins, patients take part in a personalized assessment, during which our professional staff reviews the history, mental state and physical conditions of each patient. Once the assessment is complete, the most appropriate level of care is determined based on individual needs.

 

Family Involvement – Patients can drive themselves to the sessions or family members drop-off and pick-up patients from the facility. The family’s involvement in treatment is always welcome as they can have greater interaction with the clinical staff and come to understand the detoxification and addiction treatment process much better. Family sessions are also provided to elevate the level of support the patient receives at home, helping them stay on the path to sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient treatment for drug and alchohol

Group therapy –

Group therapy sessions often play a major role during the treatment at CNT. These groups form based on the rehabilitation needs of each participant. Our team of experts provides educational toolkits that help to deal with relapse triggers at the end of the program. Preparing the patient to deal with life stressors at the end of treatment is the goal. Patients not only learn how to manage sobriety, but they also receive great support from other group members. A stronger will to succeed develops when patients support their peers and interact with individuals with similar challenges.

 

Individual therapy –

Along with group therapy, patients get one-on-one sessions with a therapist. Individual ongoing support is provided to address any additional concerns, fears, goals, and questions patients experience through the treatment.

Integrating Living Environment into Treatment –

Therapy focuses on coping relapse prevention skills that typically can be mastered after a duration of daily practice. The patient goes back to the home environment every day to practice these skills. So, they are able to bring back the issues they had while applying those skills and work through the barriers with the support of therapists. The continual process hones their skills and enables to apply learned relapse prevention and coping mechanisms in their real-life environment seamlessly. This leads to better sobriety rates post-treatment.

Longer Length of Stay –

Another benefit of the outpatient program is a lower cost of treatment. Since outpatient treatment is less expensive than inpatient, health insurance providers usually approve longer lengths of treatment – detoxification as well as other lower levels of treatment. The benefit to the patient is that longer lengths of stay in detoxification lead to minimization or total elimination of withdrawal symptoms and/or cravings

Personalized and safe rehabilitation is the core value at CNT. If you are looking for a safe alcohol treatment program, please contact us to ease your road to recovery. Call a treatment expert today if you or a loved one is experiencing issues with alcohol.

Insurance

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Aetna
AmeriHealth
Anthem BCBS
Beacon Health Options
Emblem BCBS
GHI
Empire BCBS
Horizon BCBS (EPO, HMO, PPO)
Oscar
QualCare
United Health/Optum/Oxford
Emblem GHI*
Humana*

 

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