Is inpatient the best way to get treatment for drugs and alcohol?
The short answer is YES. Inpatient addiction recovery will provide you or your loved one the best chance of success when it comes to kicking a serious addiction because there's constant focus, support and the educational tools that happens at inpatient treatment. These processes are repeated over and over, daily, for 30+ days, enabling the addict to re-enter society empowered and ready to take on the World again.
We Have Same-Day Placement Options
We work with a nationwide recovery service that can find you or your loved one help today. If this sounds like a good option for you then please feel free to call our free recovery line at 844-334-5711. You'll connect with an intake coordinator who can answer your questions and refer you to a nearby facility.
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
Addiction rehab is not cheap but their are options for everyone. Rehab relies heavily on health insurance and the quality of care is often dependent on the health insurance you carry. The good news is that any rehab, is better than no rehab. We encourage you to call our helpline, even if you have no insurance or State insurance. You can also call the phone number on the back of your health insurance card.
What's most important is that you or a loved one enrolls in treatment. We can help if you need it.
Who Needs Drug or Alcohol Rehabilitation?
Symptoms of Addiction
- Have you tried to quit and failed? Or are you...
- Constantly thinking about getting high or drunk? Or have you
- Been hiding your problem from friends and family? Or maybe
- You can't go out and have a good time without being high or drunk? If this is you then...
- Contact us at 844-334-5711 for recovery options.
Treating Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
Alcohol is an extremely addictive depressant that can damage every organ in your body if you let it get out of hand.
Chronic alcohol abuse can lead to physical addiction problems that can kill.
Alcohol Withdrawals can be dangerous and miserable, which is why medical detox is necessary.
How to safely detox and get sober >>
Detoxing can be a real struggle.
The physical and mental side-effects of quitting cold turkey can be dangerous.
Doctors will use medicine to help relieve you of the miserable withdrawal symptoms.
They'll taper you off as you improve.
This process works wonders and is important to the recovery process because...
you can dedicate more time healing and overcoming your addiction as opposed to getting caught up in painful debilitating withdrawals that make you think twice about quitting.
There is a better way to withdrawal and that is through a medical detox. It's less painful and easier to endure.
Are life circumstance preventing you from getting inpatient treatment? Consider Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) as an option.
This kind of treatment may work well for you. In outpatient rehab, you'll juggle everyday life and your recovery.
This approach has a lower success rate than inpatient recovery, but worth doing if inpatient recovery is not an option.
Inpatient Rehabs are facilities that treat mental health or substance abuse problems. Some rehabs can treat both at the same time. This is called Dual Diagnosis.
If you're experiencing mental health or substance abuse issues, then it's critical that you seek treatment for both because one problem often influences the other.
For example, alcoholics typically suffer from clinical depression, do to years of altering brain chemicals.
After a phone call and quick verification of your insurance coverage, you and a recovery specialist will get down to business and locate a recovery center or detox that's perfect for you.
You'll get professional 24/7 help and care in a safe, warm environment.
You'll qualify for one-on-one counseling with a drug addiction or mental health counselor when you start treatment through our network.
One-on-one counseling is highly effective and will be part of your recovery plan.
A good counselor helps you discover the underlying problems causing your drug or mental health crisis and gives you the knowledge and insight to make better life decisions.
Humans are social beings. That's why we include group therapy in our programs.
Support group are highly effective tools that aid in recovery.
Your program will include group therapy.
Drugs and Their Withdrawal Timeline
Cocaine Withdrawal Timeline
Cocaine is a very strong and addictive substance. However, its natural origin makes it somewhat easier to quit. It still creates a strong dependency and it takes a strong will to get over it. Withdrawal time for cocaine can be between a week and two months, depending on your body and the length of abuse.
Cocaine Detox and Rehab: 844-334-5711
Painkiller Withdrawal Timeline
Withdrawaling off Vicodin, OxyContin and similar opiates starts roughly 10 hours after use. Withdrawal times for opiates can last between 5 to 10 days.
Prescription Drug Detox and Rehab: 844-334-5711
Benzodiazepines (benzos) withdrawal timeline
Benzodiazepines, also called benzo's include Xanax and Ativan. You'll experience first signs of withdrawal a day or so after you stop taking them. The severity of withdrawal happens depend on how bad your habit is. Benzo Withdrawal can last weeks.
Benzo Detox and Rehab: 844-334-5711
Heroin withdrawal timeline
With respect to recovery, heroin is possibly the hardest drug habit to kick. Heroin cravings start within a few hours of quitting. After two days, you will experience severe withdrawal symptoms. the withdrawal period for heroin can continue for for up to two weeks.
Detox and Rehab For Heroin: 844-334-5711
Calling was the hardest part of my recovery. I was in crisis and crying the day I called. I hit rock bottom and was all alone. The RHO addiction coordinator was so kind and patient.. They walked me through all my options and I got into a nearby detox within 2 hours of my phone call. I celebrate that day as my second birthday. It's the day everything changed for me.
I've been a heroin addict since 13 years old and figured I would die of an overdose someday. Thankfully I had PPO insurance under my parents and was able to get into a 90-day inpatient rehab in California. I discovered so much about myself and my addiction. The doctors and staff were so patient, and understanding. There's no way I could beat heroin on my own. No way! Thanks RHO.
I can't believe I put off recovery for so long. I'm the dummy who kept thinking he could cold turkey his way off of oxy. I stumbled onto rehabhelponline.com through the internet and figured what's the worse that can happen if I call? It was the best call I ever made. Today I am 1 year sober, I am married and I have an amazing job. I wouldn't be here if it weren't for RHO. Thanks Guys!
Why It's Important to Call for Help
There's a toxic stigma in our society when it comes to addiction and mental health issues.
Accepting you have a problem is easy. Swallowing your pride and asking for help is the hard part.
Likewise, it can be a real balancing act trying to help a loved one addicted to drugs, alcohol or struggling with poor mental health.
Asking for help is never a bad idea. That's why we're here!
We help addicts and their loved ones find answers. Whether it's simple advice or full on inpatient treatment, we are here for you!
Our Recovery Helpline makes it extremely easy to contact the right people, and we can get the ball rolling together.
Call now to Get free insurance verification, diagnosis and referral information. Your information is strictly confidential and there is no need to go to the hospital unless you are on state or federal aid.
For now, just talk to us and we will find a solution for your issue. Call Now: 844-334-5711