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Making Tough Choices | How to Select an Effective Rehab Center

There are many options when it comes to rehabilitation programs and facilities – finding an effective rehab center for you or a loved one can be difficult and overwhelming.

Recovery from addiction is one of the most difficult things a person can ever go through. To be certain, the hardest step in overcoming addiction is the very first one – understanding and acknowledging that there is a problem with drugs and alcohol and that help is needed. However, not everything that follows is smooth sailing. From repairing the physical damage caused by long-term substance abuse to uncovering and addressing the underlying causes of addictive behaviors to learning how to build healthy and functioning relationships and dealing with re-emerging emotions, the path to recovery has plenty of obstacles to overcome.

Before we even get to any of that, there is a very important decision to be made – researching and selecting an effective rehab center with unique treatment programs. This decision can have a profound impact on the success of the individual that is struggling with addiction. It is vital that we have an understanding of exactly what is offered and how it will benefit their recovery.

There are so many options in treatment available to a person that deciding on a rehabilitation center can be overwhelming. Every person is different and will respond differently to any particular method of treatment. Without knowing what to look for or which questions to ask, it is entirely possible that a person may end up selecting a program or treatment center that isn’t going to fit their needs.

 

 

This is part of the reason why the treatment program at Best Drug Rehabilitation was developed. We realized that different people would find different methods of rehabilitation to be more beneficial to them. So, rather than put each individual through the same “cookie-cutter” program, we decided to give them a choice in treatment. We offer a variety of options that allow each patient to decide which path to recovery they will travel. “I think the main reason that we’re better is because of the program options that we have,” says Casey, one of the Case Managers at BDR. “There are three main ones that you can choose, and then we have a bunch of different Tracks and 12-Steps that you can do, from traditional to Native American and Buddhist.”

Another problem that many people have in different rehabilitation programs is that they are rushed through the program in order to fit into a certain timeframe. At Best Drug Rehabilitation, we base our patients’ progress through their individualized programs on results rather than expecting them to fit into any 30-, 60-, or 90-day period. Some will work at a faster pace, while others will need more time to get through the process. This also gives the patient an opportunity to explore all of our treatment options to find the best one for their individual needs. “I finished SMART Recovery last week, and decided to take another program,” says Jeremy, a patient at BDR. “That’s great because I felt I wasn’t ready and they’re not going to be like ‘Well, ok, time to go’. They do care.”

Jeremy has had a history of addiction, recovery, and relapse. Having been through a couple of different rehab centers, and in and out of recovery since he was 18, he has a unique insight into what works in a treatment facility. For him, aside from the various options that we offer and the freedom to take as much time as he needs to work through his program, one of the most important characteristics of our rehabilitation facility is the compassion that our staff shows for our patients. “I feel like a rehab really needs a caring honest staff,” he observes. “Staff who knows or has dealt with it firsthand is always better.”

Many of our staff members have been through the recovery process themselves, or have witnessed a loved one in their struggle with addiction. Having that firsthand experience with addiction and recovery means that our staff has a deeper understanding of exactly what our patients are going through, and allows them to be able to connect with each patient on a more personal level. From counselors and case managers to group facilitators and even our kitchen staff, each member of the Best Drug Rehabilitation family has made a personal investment in the success of every patient that comes to us seeking help in overcoming addiction.

Sifting through the many different options in treatment programs and recovery centers can seem like a daunting task, and many are overwhelmed by the idea of it. This can lead to poor decisions being made, as some may just think to themselves “Any program is better than no program at all”. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, if the program doesn’t fit the needs of the individual, they might believe that it is their fault – that they failed rather than the program failed them. This could lead down a path of self-doubt, where many may think that rehabilitation simply won’t work for them.

This is a dangerous way of thinking that could end up being deadly in the end. That is why it is so important to make sure that the program or facility that you choose offers what you or your loved one really needs – a path to recovery from addiction that can address the individual needs of any individual that needs help overcoming addiction. At Best Drug Rehabilitation, we believe that we have found a better way to recovery. Our unique program is designed to be adaptable to the needs of any individual, regardless of age, gender, race, or personal spiritual beliefs. Our patients find a path to a happier and more positive lifestyle that works best for them.

28 Comments

  • Wallace MacCormack

    I think that as far as rehab centers go this is a big topic to tackle. It is a daunting proposition to select the right place. There are stories that are all over the place where there are horror stories and the rest are great successes, where it would be nerve racking if I needed to send a loved one to a rehab facility I would want to send them to a place that would really care for them and get them to a point where they could come back into society. From what I can see this looks like a very well rounded type of program where the staff do care about getting the people to a point to where they are clean and won’t relapse because they take the time to get them all of the different tools where they will succeed. I think that this is an approach that should be more broadly used as there are plenty of stories that I have heard where people did not get the help that they needed. It is a major decision to pick the right rehab facility and I think that this is a good choice.

    • medicogogo

      BDR is an excellent center it essentially workers to develop your critical thinking skills, and beliefs. BDR reframes the way that you will think about addiction and literally puts the power in your hands and the ball in your court. You are not powerless, you just had a misunderstanding and you are going to BDR to learn to fix our misunderstanding. Naive realism is the way that toddlers think and they find that the world is exactly as they see it. Instead we share the conviction that we learn at BDR that in general, beliefs follow from relatively dispassionate assessment of facts of the matter and logical reasoning.

    • medicogogo

      Choosing the correct treatment center is the first step to taking back your life. BDR will teach you how to effectively confront, control and handle your addiction with a positive reference frame.

    • Margaux Machat

      I agree Walter we do not know which of our beliefs will seem ethically sound in the future so it is important to invest in a treatment center that takes part in the beliefs we share both publicly and privately. I feel that the powerlessness aspect of other treatment centers never allowed me to move out of addiction because I was experiencing cognitive bias when I said I was powerless and did not believe what I was saying, so my thoughts and actions did not align which made for the perfect receipt for release. At BDR, I was empowered, I learned I could financially support myself and be responsible for myself and that I had talents and a light at the end of the tunnel. I had not completely burnt my brain out, I personally believe that exercising my will power to complete my trs healed a part of my brain.

  • Robin Wallace

    My name is Robin and I am very happy with my decision to go to BDR. I graduated from the program and I feel that the ten years that I lost due to my addiction were returned to me. I have this overwhelming urge to participate in life.I am driving var pool, taking the girls to ballet and the boys to soccer. Since school is out they are in camps and I am helping other kinds get there and even created a scholarship fund so they could go there. I realized that I sent about six grand a month in drugs so I have decided to take two grand each month and decorate a room. This month is the bedroom. I was really happy with my decision there. I went to Promises and Beitashuva and Passages and relapsed the first day I left. I used the entire time I was in Brotman Detox and Las Encinas. I really did not benefit from Hazelden. Most of these places focus on ruminating about your drug use and just stay stuck in this depressive state. BDR offered me the ability to work through my issues. I now realize that I am a people pleaser, I care a lot about the opinion of others and I am so afraid of abandonment that I just isolate.My addiction was the way that I coped with my decisions. Well I used drugs to cope with the way I handled my bad decisions. I used to deal with disorganization, lack of information, stress and my mistakes. At BDR, I accepted my past and found humor in it.

    • medicogogo

      Robin it is so nice to see that you have found peace in your choices. There is no point in shaming yourself for what you did in the past. Convictions such as yours organie our ideas of who we are and allow us to have a healthy way that we relate to our environment. I am glad to see that your addiction is no longer wounding your sense of self.

    • medicogogo

      I am glad that you found a way to find humor in your mistakes as you confront your addiction and handle your demons it is important not to loose face.

    • Michael S

      Sleep is crucial to recovery so make sure that you are sleeping when you’re in treatment. An empirical analysis performed on the way that people who slept for six hours behaved at work and such, demonstrated that the six-hour sleepers had as much problems with their performance as the people who had not slept in 24 hours.

  • Steve Kierig

    I believe that their is an actual art to the decision making process and that one of the problems we humans face in general is that we have too many choices. THE PARADOX OF CHOICE. The only way that you could even hope to select the right place us your critical thinking skills, so basically investigate. Investigate all the different places. Find put what the twelve steps is all about, look up smart recovery, if you are religious and religion is very important snd influential to your general decision making process, then it should be a factor in this decision. Get real with yourself. Are you doing this because you want to be sober? I remember packing for treatment and having my crystal meth dealer helping me pack. Needless to explain I relapsed after that place. I did not want t0 get sober. I often went ti treatment because I had no where else to go. There were many times I went to treatment snd did n0t plan to get sober. I have thought about my choices and now that I am educated in neuroscience and understand the complexity of there brain, I understand that the mistake i made was bedbug dishonest. If you decide to go to treatment, be transparent. I randomly ended up at BDR during a full blown meth psychosis with no intention to get sober and I think I screened that when I walked in the door. That bit of honesty saved me because it allowed them to help me for real. I have been clean 28 months and am enrolled in college. When I arrived at BDR i could not pyt a sentence together, now I am paid for my grades.

    • Margaux Machat

      Steve,
      That is truly amazing how much BDR changed you. Stereotypes make people forget that most addicts are in fact extremely bright people that have a lot to contribute if they are allowed to partake in society and not shunned with a criminal conviction. Anyone that survives addiction has something useful to say and a story to tell.

  • Margaux Machat

    The treatment industry has become saturated with treatment centers. It is extremely hard to judge the treatment centers, I mean what do you look for statics? Do you look for the promise of a cure Do you go for the aesthetic? The treatment industry is just one industry where there exists an abundance of choices and the desire to choose is in fact a natural drive. That being said we even have our brains deceiving us as we make choices.
    The first thing we need to do is differentiate amongst they type of treatment being offered. Unless you really don’t care and then you should just go for the aesthetic, and pick one of the fancy centers in Malibu. I went to one called Creative Care, where I got to design my treatment and I choose sun bathing, and then group and then I would attend AA meetings. I insisted that I was not an addict or an alcoholic and I refused to identify myself as an addict or an alcoholic at any one of the meetings. I was twenty-one years old and I was there because I had a suicide attempt that was so intense it landed me in a medical coma for six weeks. While I was at Creative Care I met Scott Weiland and I ended up running off with him. We went to an AA meeting and we decided that if the AA meeting worked then we would stay sober. Prior to the meeting we had purchased an ounce of coke and an ounce of heroine and we told everyone at the meeting, it was a small meeting in Malibu our plans. People told us they would pray for us, bu6t guess what the meeting didn’t work and we got high later that night. That is what I EXPECT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CHOOSE A TREATMENT CENTER FOR AESTETIC PUPORSES, which should be the least important part of your decision. Prior to going to BDR, it was always the most important part in my selection process. I remember being at Promises, another fancy treatment center in Malibu and watching an older gentleman throwing his life away because the staff asked him to wash his dishes. He threw the dish he was supposed to wash and said f’ this place and left. He was there for his third dui, and his little girl would visit every weekend. I never forgot that and I also did not realize that I behaved in a similar manner.
    If a place promises you a cure, really investigate what they mean by that. I do not believe that addiction is a disease; I believe it is a conditioned response that comes from having to deal with an unfortunate set of circumstances that life dealt you. It can be poverty, child abuse, a car accident, being over privileged, having no boundaries, etc. So when a center offers you a cure find out what they intent to cure? I believe it is possible with a lot of hard work to UN learn or UN condition yourself so that the second you have an unwanted emotion you automatically want to use.
    The word cure is typically associated with disease and the one treatment center that advertises in commercials that they have the cure is run by a father and son that I have herd still use drugs and alcohol themselves. Prescription drugs of course and the father never was an addict in the first place, still they deceive many when they offer them a cure.
    So that leaves investigating the different types of treatment and seeing which one vibes with your beliefs. You have the ability to create choice by changing the way you look at the world. If you believe that the negative things that happen in your life are beyond your control, then you will be depressed and want to give up. If you believe you have control over what happens to you, you are less likely to trey and escape drug addiction and instead you will want to confront, control and handle it.
    I chose BDR as a treatment venter in 2012, when it was pretty new and did not offer much aesthetically. At first AI was very disappointed but then I really liked the authenticity I witnessed there. I remember telling them when I walked in the door that I did not want to even stays sober and they did not yell at me or kick me out. Instead the staff gave me some books to read. I read the books all night because I was so surprised by such a different response and so happy to not have the Big Books of Alcoholics Anonymous given to me. Smart Recovery Worked for me because it did not ask me to be powerless. Instead it taught me to cultivate and learn optimism.

    • medicogogo

      Optimism is important to have as you embark in recovery as a large part of our existence takes place within our minds; knowing, not knowing and making it up as you confront , control, and handle your addiction. If your remain optimistic you will see things within a positive reference context and that should help you on your road to recovery.

  • Mercedes Brown

    To begin to even try to choose the right type of treatment center we have to be able to differentiate between the programs offered. I was looking for a treatment center for my uncle many years ago and the over saturation of choices made me disillusioned with the entire process. When one is disillusioned it means that they no longer believe in something. My friend Adam Goldstein known as DJ AM was a huge supporter of the entire AA program. He never turned anyone down or was too busy to help him or her. He got into a plane crash with Travis Barker and he needed medication to get back on a plane. The AA community shunned him instead of helping him, they have no flexibility and the program does not adjust with science. The focus of the program should be not drinking and if the members if the programs find themselves in the middle of having something traumatic happen to them, then the program should teach them how to adjust their vision to see that they have control instead of passively suffering through the traumas of life. Prior to finding Per Wickstrom and BDR I was disillusioned with the entire recovery process. After graduating from BDR I discovered that I was confused and just under an illusion about what recovery was. By under an illusion I mean I was wrong about my beliefs. It is strange how whenever knowledge is discussed, analogies to vision are used. If your right your enlightened, illuminated, a visionary and if your wrong your in the dark. When we understand something we say I see. The reason for this is that we humans generally accept what we see as true. We regard our subjective ideas as direct reflections of reality. BDR taught me that this was one of the reasons I used and abused drugs and alcohol. The illusion that one is powerless over them, trick all of us as we discover there is definite fallibility to knowledge. Plato learned that knowledge was justified true belief. In todays society knowledge is credentials of those in authority paired with their beliefs. The problem with this is that regardless of anyone’s education, what can they claim to know with certainty. BDR taught me to investigate and to confront, control and handle situations as they came up in life. BDR teaches you that it’s your life and you can make that life whatever type of life you want. BDR taught me what to do when life did not offer me a choice. BDR taught me I have the power over my addiction and that it is my choice to use or not use.

    • medicogogo

      BDR does not consider that anybody discerns anything with conviction and like all good practitioners of the scientific method the staff is open to miscalculation. As Will James implied the feeling of perceiving something is incredibly convincing and tremendously satisfying, but it is not a way go gauging certainty of any kind. Each of us has experienced this feeling of knowledge over something that has happened in the past but it is not something that is knowledge at all. It is inaccurate. You do have the power over your addiction and you just need to confront, control, and handle it.

    • Melanie M

      Make sure that you select a treatment center such as Best Drug Rehab where they work hard to give you a sense of home and security. The Best Drug Rehab staff goes out of their way to make sure that you are feeling at home. Home is the place where our minds can wander, as it is a place where there exists an absence of stimulus. The staff must work very hard to create this for the clients as every possibly outcome imaginable can occur when a group of addicts get together and the staff has to imagine those scenarios and prevent them. As an ethics officer, I had one client that would climb out her window to sleep with men, I suspected sexual abuse that was being covered up and creating a sex addiction and these guys were using her but she couldn’t see that. I did not want to punish her but I did not want her to damage her self esteem anymore so I had her do a writing assignment and really introspect on why she felt the need to sleep with all these men. After a couple of days she told me that her father had molested her and she never sexually acted out again. This is the kind of stuff staff deals with as we are responsible for your well being while your own sense of ethics and morals is out of whack.

  • Wilber

    There is so much crap out there in terms of “effective treatments” that it is important to thoroughly screen your treatment facility that you are planning to go to. It is a big decision to make especially if it is not your first time through a rehab facility. There is a big task here and that is to see that your loved ones effectively make it through rehab and get the product out of the other side. It is important I feel to look at what it is that you are looking to accomplish as well as what the credentials of the facility are. There also needs to be a good look at what types of rehabilitation the place uses. I know that there are a lot of places that I have heard about that use replacement drugs to get the people through “rehab.” I think that this is an outdated form of therapy and I am glad that Best Drug Rehabilitation does not use drugs like the other places do. I think that their well rounded holistic approach is 100X’s more effective than the other modes of therapy. I also like that they do not use just one type of mental treatment. There are a bunch of different ways to skin a cat. That is why I like to see all of the different forms of therapy. This facility looks like a great place to send your family if you are needing this type of a facility.

    • John M

      Wilber
      I agree for if your going to go the maintenance medication route what do you need treatment for? I think there is a lot of great data out their about smart.recover and i know BDR saved my wife’s life.

  • John M

    The paradox of choice is an interesting phenomenon as it states that broader selection such as in the saturated treatment business leads to poorer choices. How can you feel confident in your decision when you have 200 choices to pick from. Well their is no such thing as a perfect descion first and foremost and secondly investigate and speak with past clients.from BDR.

  • Sophie A

    I can just agree with the others, that actually choosing a treatment center and deciding which one to go to is actually an art in itself. In the miriad of centers, treatmalt plans and ,ethids, one can get lost very easily as to what they need and might even end uo giving up, since it looks way too hard to decide. My personal view on this subject is that best drug rehab would be probably one of the most fitting choices for anyone to choose, since they have different programs to offer, thus finding something for everyone, that would help them overcome their addiction issues. The fact that the person can even choose two programs one after the other if he or she finds it necessary, is just extra. Like this person who felt he was not readyyet, so stayed and he did an other additional one. And i can just agree with the previous commenter, that using other drugs in a rehab to help get off the current drug, to me is not just outdated, but actually just as bad as taking the street drug. Those have some horrible side effects as well, so having a holistic and completelly natural method of detoxing would be the best choice for anyone. And i personally am sure of it, that this is the only way to truly detox someone is to actually get the person off anyand all chemical or otherwise dangerous drug, let it be street drug or medications. I also have to mention that i like that the staff are so familiar with the situation that the clients go through, some have been through it some had a family who had been through it, that must be a huge help for thek to be able to help others, and truly understand everyone situation.

    • Johnny M

      Sophie,

      I appreciate that you mention how the staff is c=familiar with what your going through has they have all been through recovery themselves. I work in the treatment industry and have had an eating disorder and possible sex addiction but not a diagnosed drug addiction though I abused my adrenal, my doctor would give me 360 pills at once, a huge bottle of adderal. I never used drugs growing up because I came from a poorer side of town where drugs were not glamorous or fun they were considered pathetic. I have lots of family members in prison. I am a scientist so i know about what psychoactive substances due to the brain and rather it is crystal meth or sugar addiction is addiction.

    • Johnny M

      Sophie,

      I appreciate that you mention how the staff is c=familiar with what your going through has they have all been through recovery themselves. I work in the treatment industry and have had an eating disorder and possible sex addiction but not a diagnosed drug addiction though I abused my adrenal, my doctor would give me 360 pills at once, a huge bottle of adderal. I never used drugs growing up because I came from a poorer side of town where drugs were not glamorous or fun they were considered pathetic. I have lots of family members in prison. I am a scientist so i know about what psychoactive substances due to the brain and rather it is crystal meth or sugar addiction is addiction.

  • ash b

    It is dedinitelly a hard choice to choose a rehab, but this video really helps to understand what to look for, this is great. Of course the first step is to first realize and than decided that one want to change and wants to get help. You should not think about it much cause it could have been too late. You should just go and do it. This place is really nice in my opinion. The fact that the staff have dealth with addiction first hand mens that they just really get what is going on with you and they know what to do to help you, and they wont be just robotic, but they will really get what is going on with you. And i find that this huge abount of different programs are just fascinating. They do not just plug everyone in into the same routin, but they get you i dividually. I think this is also vause they themselves experienced how it is so they know what works the best. I really like this point, probably the thing I love the most. And the native american 12 steps and all those different programs, they allmust be great. And additionally the place looks really nice, really modern, beutyful outside area, great possibilities for anyone to do sports and physical activities. I really like this place. I can just agree with others that this does looks so much like an ideal place to go get the help one needs so badly! I really like how this place looks like, very professional and I am sure that they achieve great things together. Holistic approach always works, so in my opinion this js truly a workable rehabilitation facility and it really does not look like those hospital grade places, when all one would think of when is he gonna lave, but here they take the time to actaully enjoy and really learn, i think it is so important that th palce must give a certain confort, vause if it does not, them you can not focus on your addiction you would be distracted. And this is such a lovely calm place, really like it.

  • Ash b

    It is a hard choice to choose a rehab, but this video really helps to understand what to look for, this is great. Of course the first step is to first realize and than decided that one want to change and wants to get help. You should not think about it much cause it could have been too late. You should just go and do it. This place is really nice in my opinion. The fact that the staff have dealth with addiction first hand mens that they just really get what is going on with you and they know what to do to help you, and they wont be just robotic, but they will really get what is going on with you. And i find that this huge abount of different programs are just fascinating. They do not just plug everyone in into the same routin, but they get you i dividually. I think this is also vause they themselves experienced how it is so they know what works the best. I really like this point, probably the thing I love the most. And the native american 12 steps and all those different programs, they allmust be great. And additionally the place looks really nice, really modern, beutyful outside area, great possibilities for anyone to do sports and physical activities. I really like this place. I can just agree with others that this does looks so much like an ideal place to go get the help one needs so badly! I really like how this place looks like, very professional and I am sure that they achieve great things together. Holistic approach always works, so in my opinion this js truly a workable rehabilitation facility and it really does not look like those hospital grade places, when all one would think of when is he gonna lave, but here they take the time to actaully enjoy and really learn, i think it is so important that th palce must give a certain confort, vause if it does not, them you can not focus on your addiction you would be distracted. And this is such a lovely calm place, really like it.

  • David H

    This article is very well written and also the video is nice and I think it is very great of them, that after a person makes a call they pretty much get them on the plain the same day. That is K think the best way to get the person the help he needs fast before they change their mind or go high. That is a great way to help them as fast as possible, as if they called means they ask for help, and they give help straight. These staff look like they really care, and that is one very important thing. It can definitely be very hard to find the right rehab facility cause there are so many and I think that they all offer different things and programs and different programs and so on, but what is important is that they reach lasting results and in the most natural holistic way possible. Since that is truly the only way you can really reach result, not by getting the person on some other drug. I think that the fact that they let you do more programs and basically it is not a set time that you do, but rather they make sure that you go when you are ready also in a huge difference between this rehab and others. Usually it is a 30day program and you just like force yourself to hold off, that you leave and you start again, that has no point or doing, you will just go from rehab to rehab, that is bad. So here is seems like it is not the case, and they are rather focusing on the person to get the help he needs and to make sure that he is actually ready for his future rather than just ship him off cause he is”done”. And than the program options are also the thing that probably make them better or than other places, I mean i never heard of this, but this is good, and it is even better that you can do more than one! They convinced me, if I were to go to a rehab or get to choose for someone,I would choose them, cause they have great results!

  • Ben Jet

    Wow, so many comments and so much interest in this article! I love it. Of course, it makes sense as selecting a rehab center to go to is one of the most commonly asked questions in the entire addiction community. I heard once from a fellow colleague in recovery that the number one reason why addicts do not get clean is because they can’t find a good rehab center to go to. Can you believe that? I almost didn’t at first but it kind of makes sense when you think about it. After all, it’s pretty terrible when you are struggling with an addiction and you go to a rehab center that is totally not suited for you. This has happened to me before and I’ve known others who made the mistake of going to a rehab center that ended up being a terrible fit for them. It wasn’t that there was anything bad about the center itself, it was that the services offered at the center weren’t well suited for how the person needed to go about beating addiction.

    This is why an open-ended, results-based approach to recovery is so key. The best rehab centers I have come across in my years have been just like that. Not “strict, cut and dried, cookie cutter, one size fits all one modality only” type of programs like what you get most of the time. That’s the kind of center I went to and I wasn’t all that impressed, not because the center or program was bad, just because it turned out to not be up my alley at all. Thankfully I was able to scrape by after rehab and not relapse, but I’m one of the lucky ones.

    I didn’t go to BDR for treatment, but if I woulda known about it before, I certainly would have. This center has it all figured out. I mean, they have an article on their website explaining how to pick the right rehab center, not one telling them that the reader should pick them! How cool is that! One of my best friends went to BDR for treatment and he had an excellent experience there and he is sober and happy today and has been clean for over a year now.

    Picking the right rehab center to go to really is a big choice though, and I wish more rehabs had articles on their websites that helped struggling addicts figure out how to do this properly. It’s a technique that is seriously lacking in this nation. Addicts kind of just stick their hand into a hat and pull out a name and say, “Well, any rehab center is better than no rehab center!” And off they go to a rehab center that they know nothing about and that they have no idea if it will really help them out or not. Silly, silly, silly. In my community of support groups I know people who have gone to two, three, even four rehab centers before they finally got it right and are now sober. Why do this? Why put your family through that? Do your research first and really get an idea of what the right program is for you first, then you only have to do it once.

    My thanks go out to Best Drug Rehabilitation for helping my best friend beat addiction and for providing great, true, pertinent data on addiction recovery. You guys are doing as great thing and you have my support! I will continue to help people in my community and your center acts as an inspiration to me. Keep up the good work and I hope we cross paths again! Sobriety is within sight for Michigan and the for the Midwest.

  • carcol

    This has got to be the toughest decision a person has to make when deciding to enter a rehab facility for their addiction. You really do want to make sure that they offer the types of programs you are looking for so that you can feel comfortable and more assured that you will get through the recovery successfully. This article has really good info on what to look for and what questions to ask so you know you will get the help that you need. Making the decision to get help with addiction is a big step in itself so you would want to make sure that the facility you choose will do the job so you don’t end up thinking that rehab doesn’t work and that all you did was for nothing.

  • Meli T.

    I agree with him that a rehab facility needs a caring staff and it`s even better if they know exactly what you`re going through. Best drug rehabilitation has all these. I’m glad he finally went to Best drug rehabilitation and got the help he needed. And I like that he did not have to leave just because he finished the program. He was not ready so he could stay and choose an other program. And It is definitely a hard choice to choose a rehab, but this video really helps those understand what to look for, this is great. Of course the first step is to first realize and then decided which one you want to change and that you actually want to get help. You should not think about it much because it could have can cause you now to have second decisions then be to late. The fact that the staff has dealt with addiction first hand just makes it amazing,Amazing because it just means that they get what is going on with you and they know what to do to help you, and they won’t be just robotic, but they will really get what is going on with you. This is such an incredible facility. I can just agree with others that this does looks so much like the ideal place to go get the help you or a love one may need to. The facility looks very professional and I am sure that they achieve great things together. They do the Holistic approach always works, so in my opinion this is truly a workable rehabilitation facility and it really does not look like those hospital grade places. Where everyone would think of when is he or she goes to. But here they take the time to actually enjoy and really learn, I think it is so important that the place must give That positive comfort if it does not, then you cannot focus on your addiction you will end up not wanting to finish the program. Its wonderful relaxing faculty and the staff members are just so passionate at what they do.

  • Levi L.

    I agree with him,such a great video! Choosing the correct treatment center is the first step to taking back your life. Best drug rehabilitation will teach you how to effectively confront, control and
    handle your addiction with a positive reference frame.This place is really nice in my opinion. The fact that the staff have dealt with addiction first hand means that they just really get what is
    going on with you and they know what to do to help you, and they wont be
    just robotic, but they will really get what is going on with you. And i
    find that this huge about of different programs are just fascinating.

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