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Drug Rehabilitation

Monday, March 26, 2007

If you or someone you love need to seek drug treatment the task may seem insurmountable. Well a site offering all aspects of drug treatment is available by clicking on these links. Referrals to drug treatment facilities are offered depending on your particular need. A free assessment tool is also available on the site as well. The following tabs are available: addiction, intervention, recovery, relapse, drug info and after care. These could be useful to the addict and those involved in the addicts life. There are also separate informational tabs available for: Alcohol, Addiction, Detoxification, Chronic Relapse ,Drug Specific ,Drug Rehab , and Drug Rehabilitation. For those seriously seeking help with their individual problem a form is available to fill out, it's 100% confidential and will allow a certified counselor to contact you to discuss the best path to take regarding your new sober lifestyle. The site also promises, in every way possible, to garner your trust, with confidentiality by establishing trust and ensuring you a safe, yet private, referral to a rehabilitation center that is the best at meeting your particular needs.

There are many factors to consider when pursuing your or your loved one's sobriety and choosing a treatment center. They include, but are not limited to:

  • Insurance or Payment Plans - Will the center take your insurance?

  • Is the facility accredited?

  • Is it licensed?

  • Does the facility offer medical, psychological, social and vocational support?

  • Is the center appropriate for your age, gender and culture?

  • Do they offer aftercare?

  • Do they offer an ongoing assessment plan?

  • Does the center offer addiction counseling?

  • Does the treatment plan include help for the family members and loved ones battling this illness as well?

The list goes on and on. There are also the different types of drug treatment options. Short term, long term, types with medication, types without medication. Your best bet if you are trying to overcome an addiction or someone you know is, would be to seek help when you can. If a web site can help, for free, why not take it?