The Clients and Their Success
There is no better way to measure the effectiveness of our Best Drug Rehabilitation program than by hearing positive reviews from former clients and graduates. At Best Drug Rehabilitation, we view our success in terms of families reunited and lives saved, and we accomplish this level of success by offering clients a program that can be customized to encompass all of their unique needs.
With a sincere desire to become drug-free, combined with our expertise, clients graduate from our program and begin living life on their own terms. As they begin to reclaim their place in society, applying the skills and tools gained in our program will provide the confidence needed to face obstacles head-on, and with each new victory they become even more empowered to remain in control of the path they take in life.
The Families – Finding a New Beginning
Unfortunately, most addicts are unaware of the wide circle of devastation they have created, and in most cases, family members are the ones who suffer the most. Spouses and children are often neglected, abused, or end up living in poverty as a result of the addict’s behavior. They have been lied to, stolen from, and forced to stand by watching as their loved one self-destructs. Shame, fear, and guilt become the norm, and the family structure eventually erodes completely, but it doesn’t have to stay this way forever.
With help from Best Drug Rehabilitation, addicts and their families can turn things around, reestablish trust, and find a new beginning. Our approach to treatment is centered entirely on the individual client. No one is forced to endure a rigid routine that they are uncomfortable with, and we actually allow clients the option of choosing a path to therapy that they feel is best suited for their beliefs and preferences. Our goal is to help clients develop a greater sense of self-esteem, repair emotional scars, and restore physical well-being. Each aspect of our curriculum is goal oriented and designed to guide the person into accepting personal responsibility for his or her own life. In this way, graduation doesn’t simply mean the client is finally finished with treatment; it means he or she is physically and emotionally stronger, and eager to begin anew.
How to Pick a Drug Rehab Center
This process will be confusing and frustrating, but a little research on drug rehab ratings will help narrow down the choices. There are also several questions you need to ask before making a final decision. For instance, you should know:
- Does the facility treat a variety of addictions? If you’re addicted to only one substance, it might be best for you to choose a facility that specializes in treating that specific substance.
- Who uses this program? Some programs are designed for professionals such as CEOs or other high level executives. Others cater to women only or men only, while others cater to LGBT individuals. There are also programs based around certain religious beliefs such as Christian, Catholic, Judaism, or Native American/Indigenous programs.
- What is the environment like? This relates mostly to residential/inpatient facilities. You could be in the facility from 30 to 90 days or more, so you want to be sure the accommodations are comfortable, clean, and safe.
- What program options are offered at the facility? You want a comprehensive program that addresses all aspects of the addiction including physical, emotional, and spiritual. A wide range of choices include detox, counseling, fitness and exercise routines, meditation or quite time, nutritional guidance, family involvement and aftercare services.
- Is the staff and facility state licensed or credentialed? This information is easily obtained by calling the facility or by checking online. You also should check to see if the program is CARF certified, which means they must consistently adhere to stringent quality-of-service guidelines.
Most facilities have a toll-free number that you can call to undergo a confidential assessment and get a program recommendation based on your specific needs. Be sure to discuss insurance or financial arrangements at this time to avoid any misunderstanding on this issue. Most facilities are happy to answer any questions you have regarding their drug rehab reviews or ratings, so don’t hesitate to call. You can also check their website to read the success stories from former clients. These testimonials are very encouraging and offer indisputable proof that rehabilitation does work.
Why Best Drug Rehabilitation?
We believe each client deserves to be treated with the utmost respect while in our program, and we employ only the most compassionate staff and counselors to ensure that our client’s needs are always met. One of the most outstanding aspects of our program is that we strive to teach clients how to live a healthier lifestyle, and this in turn helps them avoid the temptation to return to using substances such as drugs or alcohol. Our program is designed to teach clients how to assume full responsibility for their own behaviors, and we provide a wide range of program options to help clients develop skills such as self-discipline, goal-setting, and improved communication techniques.
Some of the main components of our program include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Group and Individual Counseling
- Educational Lectures and Sessions
- Self-help and 12-Step
- Conscious Decision Making and MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy)
- Handling Anger
- Life Skills Groups
- Physical Fitness
- Music and Art Therapy
- Faith-based Programs
- Holistic Approaches to Treatment
- Indigenous or Native American Program
At Best Drug Rehabilitation, we realize that it’s easy to stay off drugs when you are in a protected environment such as ours, and for that reason we offer clients an aftercare program that provides continuing guidance, support, and counseling during his or her attempt to transition back into society. When clients leave our facility, they are never left to face the outside world alone.
Benefits of Rehab
Naturally, the first benefit of rehab is gaining freedom from addiction. It sounds simple, but becoming drug-free is not a point you reach and then stop. It is an on-going process, taken one day at a time, for the rest of the person’s life; therefore, the benefits of rehab must be effective enough to remain with the person as they proceed on this journey.
The benefits of rehab also extend to others who have been affected negatively due to an addict’s behavior. Family members, friends, employers, neighbors, and society as a whole benefit greatly each time an addict overcomes the addiction and returns to being a positive influence in the family and the community.
To better understand how expansive the benefits of rehab can be, the following facts reveal part of the big picture regarding drug abuse:
- Only 10% of the 23 million people needing addiction treatment actually do so.
- According to NIDA, Americans spend over 50 billion dollars a year on illegal drugs.
- Over 30% of the people entering drug rehab centers are 20 to 29 years old.
- Illicit drug use among the 50 to 59 age group is due to the rising costs of prescription drugs.
- More than 8 percent of people aged 12 or over use illicit drugs.
- There has been a 40 percent rise in employees testing positive for narcotics.
- Over 13 million Americans abuse alcohol daily.
- More than 2.4 million Americans use cocaine daily.
- Most people arrested for criminal behavior test positive for cocaine.
This list is only a partial representation of the problem with drugs in America today, but if those people could get the treatment they need and return to being productive members of society, the benefits are immeasurable.
Addictions also place a financial burden on society and on governmental agencies. For instance:
- The US Government spends over $8.8 billion in drug research and prevention programs.
- Regulating alcohol and tobacco costs society over $5.1 billion annually.
- Drug traffic prevention expenditures total over $2.6 billion annually.
- Health-care costs related to drug abuse exceed $207 billion annually.
- Law enforcement to process drug-related crime costs $47 billion annually.
- Education programs regarding the impacts of substance abuse costs over $33 billion annually.
- In all, total costs to society for drug-related issues are $559 billion a year.
Rehab facilities are expanding their services in an effort to provide effective, affordable addiction treatment to as many addicts as possible. If you or someone you love is in need of these type services, gather as much information as possible, whether through a rehab review or a conversation with a counselor at the facility, and get started in a program right away.