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How Do I Find the Best Rehab for Me?

How Do I Find the Best Rehab for Me?

Searching for a treatment program can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. If you think about it too much, you may get stuck. When you find the best rehab for you, you will know because it will support your recovery every step of the way.

What to Consider

When seeking a high-quality rehab or treatment center, it is essential to first know no single treatment is appropriate for every person. Treatment must be tailored to your needs. The best approach is holistic. This will focus on:

  • Medical
  • Psychological
  • Social well-being

Lots of factors play a role and the center you choose should honor your personal treatment program.

Accreditation

You want to find a center that is reputable to work with in your recovery. The highest accreditation level for rehab centers is the Joint Commission Behavioral Health accreditation. This means the center opens its doors to a panel of outside experts for review. The panel will validate the care, treatment, and services provided at the center. Programs with fully-licensed staff with special training in substance use and mental health disorders can provide the help you need. Some questions to ask include:

  • Is the program licensed or certified by the state
  • Is the program in good standing
  • Are staff qualified and fully licensed
  • Does the program conduct surveys about overall satisfaction

Level of Care

One big factor in looking into rehab is selecting one that provides a high level of care you need to succeed in recovery. Getting an assessment is a huge part of entering the right program. You should be assessed in several different areas including potential for withdrawal from current substances, presence of underlying medical conditions, presence of emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions, risk of relapse, and recovery environment on the outside. Once assessed, you can focus on what type of program is right for you.

  • Outpatient care is a lower level of care including therapy, group therapy, family therapy, educational support and legal support. People with less severe cases may find support here with appointments ranging one or two times a week to a monthly or ‘as needed’ basis
  • Intensive outpatient care is focused on attending three to four hours a day for three or four days of the week while not being in residence on site. Programming may range from individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and holistic approaches like equine therapy or art therapy.
  • Partial hospitalization is for people with severe substance use disorders but can manage in the home with a higher level of care
  • Inpatient, residential treatment is for severe cases of addiction with people living in a 24-hour structured environment for a period of time to make recovery more possible

Long term recovery is possible with the right program and an individual program that is designed to suit your needs being done. If you are looking for a tailored program, we are here to serve your needs with our programs and services. Let us help you recover from addiction and seek the resources you need to keep you clean and sober. Call us 24/7 at our toll-free number: 866-294-9401