Drug Rehab and Recovery in Dallas,TX
Do not face the trauma and pain of drug dependency alone
In Dallas, we can help you begin drug rehab now
For more than a decade, we have been helping men and women in the Dallas, Texas area overcome addiction to drugs. Drug addiction destroys lives; it makes addicts feel cornered by disgrace and guilt and pushes the limits of how much pain one person can withstand. So many people endure quietly and unnecessarily from substance dependency because they believe it’s meant to be a secret, or they do not know how to get help. Though it may seem impossible, drug addiction can be beaten, and we are ready to help drug users end the cycle of abuse. Drug addiction has been established as a medical illness and has to be treated with the same clinical scrutiny as any other disease, just like cancer or diabetes. Our expert team of professionals specialize in drug treatments and promise all our clients the optimal level of care.
Since substance abuse disorders (regularly referred to as substance addiction, drug abuse, or substance dependency) is a long-term disease, doctors and counselors believe that it must be controlled and monitored, but it can’t ever be ‘cured.’ The likening of addiction and diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure is quite apt, because while people do not consciously choose to have those diseases, they often don’t exercise or make ideal eating decisions. So, while an addict may decide to start taking an addictive substance, this substance transforms their mind in ways that eliminate choice, replacing it with uncontrollable and irrational hungers. It’s easy to feel lost with all of the information available on the web and on television, and it’s difficult to know who has the best advice, which programs are effective, or what information is even accurate. We want to help people in the Dallas community review and find their rehab options. Call (214) 307-9171 to get help now.
What is Substance Dependency?
For most people, drug abuse starts as a casual experiment, but before they know drug use has taken over their lives. They need more drugs, more often just to avoid the unpleasant withdrawal symptoms and feel “normal.” We are the experts in drug abuse, generally known as physical and/or psychological dependence, the illness that develops in response to abusing legal and illegal substances. Physical dependency is a result of continual drug use that disrupts the manner in which nerve cells in the brain communicate, making drug use the only way for the body to receive pleasure-giving brain signals. Psychological dependency generally takes longer to form, and longer to treat. It is indicated when the addict believes that they must have the drug to feel happy or normal, and the thought of not being able to acquire or use the drug causes stress and anxiety. Both physical and psychological dependence are part of drug addiction, and they must be addressed in conjunction as part of a complete rehabilitation plan.
To help them succeed in rehab, addicts deserve a skilled, passionate staff of specialists who have the dedication and persistence to work with them, like our staff at our facility in Dallas, TX area. There are benefits and drawbacks to both types of treatment, inpatient and outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment combines detox and rehab services in one location�"usually at a hospital or clinic. Inpatient treatment especially helps people with serious addictions to recover. Outpatient treatment usually occurs in health clinics, counselor’s offices, community medical clinics, or in residential programs with outpatient services. People participating in outpatient services commute to daily rehab classes at a facility while still living at home. We provide group and individual therapy; structured physical activities; access to the 12-step community; a knowledgeable and supportive aftercare staff; and wonderful, luxurious affordable living accommodations. Our programs are created in accordance with every client’s particular needs to offer them the best opportunity for success. Because we use a number of proven, clinically-test treatments, we are able to find healthy and reasonably priced answers for everyone.
What is Rehab?
We know that addiction to any substance is treatable, like cocaine, opiates (hydrocodone, heroin, oxycodone), bath salts, marijuana, prescribed drugs, hallucinogens. We are able to deal with such a variety of addictions because we individualize rehab plans for every client, taking into account physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional condition. Rehab, or rehabilitation, is the complex process by which a person: withdraws from their drug of dependency; takes part in various kinds of counseling and behavioral therapies that help the person acknowledge their issues; analyzes their reasons for using drugs or alcohol; and discovers ways to avoid relapses and temptation. A team of recovery professionals is responsible for the numerous aspects of recovery that our facilities management for our patients, including evaluation, medical care, therapy, education, lifestyle skills training, drug and alcohol testing, relapse prevention coaching, introduction to self-help and support meetings, treatment of psychological problems and emotional issues, family education and therapy, and follow-up care.
Our addiction rehabilitation facility combines all of the very best parts of inpatient care (24/7 supervision and medical staff) and outpatient care (access to the “real world” and off-site self-help group meetings). While living in beautiful, home-like accommodations, clients engage in group and one-on-one therapy, behavioral modeling therapy, daily self-help group meetings, recreational activities, trips to the gym every day, and various social activities. Many kinds of treatment are efficient, and mental health care professionals often utilize a mix of these types of resources: Group and/or individual counseling; Psychotherapy; Medical services; Family counseling; Parenting instruction; Vocational instruction; and/or Behavioral therapies. Drug dependency is a deceptive illness that can make those suffering from addiction feel like they have no other options or no place to turn for help. However, with the help of specialists and support of friends and family members, recovery is possible. Our recovery specialists are available 24/7 for more details regarding treatment locations, the effects of drug use, or substance abuse in general. If you or someone you love is in the Dallas, TX area and are in need of inpatient rehab give us a Call (214) 307-9171.
What Types of Drug Addiction Help Are Available?
One widespread therapy method that clients would possibly experience is named cognitive-behavioral therapy. In family therapy the aim is to create a supportive and wholesome family relationship. Another treatment method makes use of motivational incentives to encourage abstinent behavior and adjustments in setting and social circles.
Outpatient treatment is part-time, usually between 10 to 12 hours a week, meaning that the recovering user comes to the facility, but they do not stay in the facility. These programs usually run between three months to one year. Ultimately, outpatient treatment is right for those who have more mild addictions.
Inpatient treatment means the person stays at a facility for a period of time - usually between three weeks and six months. While staying at the facility, they undergo intensive treatment. Inpatient treatment has a higher success rate than outpatient treatment, but it is also more expensive. Further, inpatient treatment interrupts daily life. Ultimately, inpatient treatment is especially effective for those who have undergone serious addictions.
Residential treatment means that patients live in a residence with other patients. Treatment staff transport the patients to the treatment center each day. In this way, they experience the benefits of both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Residential treatment is best for those who want to keep their treatment and living areas separate, but they still want to separate themselves from their toxic environments.