Best Drug Rehabilitation is a cutting edge, new approach, and unique model for drug and alcohol addiction in a residential setting. Best Drug Rehabilitation believes that addictive behaviors can be changed through a holistic approach to the body, mind and spirit collectively. It is believed that an addict needs to find the recovery system that they are most receptive to in order to successfully recover from addiction. The Best Drug Rehabilitation treatment program offers five separate modalities in which an addict can recover; Holistic, Cognitive, Self-Help, Faith-Based, and Indigenous. Best Drug Rehabilitation believes in “Empowerment through Choice”. When an addict has input into the treatment that they are receiving, their chance of success is much greater.
The Goals of Our Treatment Program
Goal 1: Medically Supervised Withdrawal and Detoxification
The first goal of the Best Drug Rehabilitation program is medically supervised withdrawal and detoxification in the Tranquility Detox Clinic. A client meets with the Medical Director to determine if there is a need for medically supervised wean-down and each wean-down is customized according to the client’s needs. Tranquility Detox Clinic has 24-hr supervision with trained withdrawal staff and nurses present 24 hours, 7 days a week. A combination of vitamins, exercise and nutritional therapies help alleviate the clients’ withdrawal symptoms. Drug Withdrawal Formula is administered along with a liquid blend of Calcium Magnesium to aid this process. Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic Care, Assist and exercises are also used to bring a person into a better awareness of their body. When a client is no longer under the influence of any mood-altering substance, no longer in immediate medical danger as a result of their drug use and withdrawal and no longer suffering from any major withdrawal symptoms of their drug of choice, they are then cleared by the Medical Director to begin Goal Two of the Best Drug Rehabilitation Program.
Goal 2: Orientation to the Program
The second goal of the program begins with the client being introduced to one of our Intake Assessment Staff members. An assessment is done to determine what the client is receptive to and the client is informed of their role in the program while at the facility. Best Drug Rehabilitation’s counselors help keep discipline, responsibility and accountability enforced at all times. Counselors are responsible for ensuring adherence to the Client Rules of Conduct. The client is oriented to the Rules of Conduct governing the program, assigned a room, and given a tour of the building. The client is then seen by the Senior Case Manger and the Case Management Team. Here, the client will be assigned an individual counselor whom they will meet with for an individual one-on-one counseling and then continue to see on a weekly basis during their stay at the facility.
Goal 3: Training Series (Communication Classes): Communicate, Confront and Control
First, Best Drug Rehabilitation works with clients on the basics of good communication skills. If an addict can learn to communicate well, he or she can deal with tough issues. Otherwise, there will be a tendency to introvert and never handle the situation.
Next, Best Drug Rehabilitation teaches clients how to confront their issues. Best Drug Rehabilitation believes that an addict must learn to confront everyday problems, issues, relationships, finances and any other roadblocks that are detouring them. Confronting an issue does not make it a problem. On the contrary, once an issue is confronted, a solution can be adapted and it is no longer a problem.
The Best Drug Rehabilitation client completes exercises over and over again, until he or she is proficient at confronting any situation at any given time. Best Drug Rehabilitation clients learn to be more comfortable around others and find that the pull to revert to addictive behaviors becomes less powerful. The recovering addict learns how to confront and handle old friends, situations, people and places by applying new skills learned in the Best Drug Rehabilitation training.
Finally, Best Drug Rehabilitation teaches individuals how to regain personal control of their lives. Individuals work with a partner in a college-like classroom setting, assisted by a Best Drug Rehabilitation supervisor. They learn to handle difficult situations without using physical force and how to become fully responsible in a social and drug-free setting. Best Drug Rehabilitation supervisors drill with the clients in “live” situations that are set up to be much tougher than normal life situations.
Successfully completing these steps demonstrates to Best Drug Rehabilitation staff, the willingness and ability to handle the rest of the program. Confront, Communicate and Control all situations and issues. It sounds simple, because it is.
Goal 4: Life Improvement Courses
A core component of Best Drug Rehabilitation is the emphasis on self-improvement and learning new patterns of thinking and behavior. Best Drug Rehabilitation utilizes a variety of courses to assist in this process.
1. Learning Improvement Course enables students to advance their reading and comprehension skills. Once this course is completed, the person is able to grasp and apply fully all the steps of study and application that follows. One of the biggest stumbling blocks for substance abusers in early recovery from addiction, is incorrectly processing information that could be vital towards their long-term recovery. In Learning Improvement, students learn the proper techniques of study to more fully understand the material, recognize the stumbling blocks or barriers to study, and learn techniques to apply the material so that it is relevant to their own life. Once students gain these skills, proper understanding of their addictions and the process of recovery becomes more real for them.
2. Personal Values and Integrity Course: In this course, the client learns about their ethics, morals, responsibility, and how integrity is lost and exactly how it can be restored. Part of the healing process is for the person to shed his misdeeds of the past and gain relief from guilt of those misdeeds. The client, who no longer feels guilty about his past, is able to improve choices in life by applying the basic concept of ethics and morals, moving them forward into a positive future. Clients also learn to make better choices regarding, not only their survival, but also the survival of their families, work groups, and mankind. This helps to remove the individual from the often self-centered focus that addiction causes and better able to become a contributing member of the family and society. In this course, clients learn to take accountability for their actions, decrease the chances of repeating the same behaviors, and become free from their past.
3. Way to Happiness Course enlightens the individual on 21 guidelines that cover moral and ethical codes that will give them subjective reality on where they have gone and exactly how to do better in the future. This will result in a better way of living and a happier, more productive person.
4. Electives are offered to allow clients an opportunity to individualize the program and focus on problems and issues that affect their lives due to their substance abuse history. There are over 20 elective courses offered, such as Marriage, Parenting, Self-Confidence, Knowing Who You Can Trust, Relationships, Organize for Success, How to Get Motivated, Effective Time Management, and many more.
Goal 5: Additional Betterment Activities
The fifth goal of the Best Drug Rehabilitation Program is the five separate activities that are offered at the facility. Listed below are the separate activities and what is offered by each.
1. Self-Help Enhancement allows the client, who is either a believer or has interest in self-help support groups, fellowships, and other recovery communities, to work on self-motivated recovery. Clients on this track will attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, attend lectures by recovering addicts and enjoy guided sessions.
2. Indigenous allows the client to focus on the culturally relevant recovery materials and methods that have been developed by White Bison, Inc. for the Native American Wellbriety movement. In the Indigenous track our clients learn not only how to heal from their addiction, but also how to heal themselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
3. Faith-Based is for the client who is a believer or has an interest in the teachings of Jesus Christ or has other religious or spiritual beliefs. Clients in this activity attend Church services, Christian 12-step meetings, and/or sermons and lectures by ordained ministers and priests. Clients will also participate in pastoral counseling and guided Bible study and scripture.
4. Holistic allows a client to participate in yoga, Aikido and other martial arts training, guided imagery sessions and healing techniques and also acupuncture. Clients on this track believe that empowerment over addiction comes from within one’s self.
5. One-on-One Therapy uses counselors who have graduated many different modalities of treatment and found that walking with an addict through one-one-one counseling makes all the difference in whether or not a former addict walks out with their head held high aware of their environment and surroundings and at peace with those they care about.
Goal 6: Recovery Maintenance
The sixth goal of the program is Recovery Maintenance. During this portion of the program, clients work on a Relapse Prevention Plan that will help them to identify potential relapse situations and triggers. The Relapse Prevention plan plays out separate scenarios that are common in recovery and places emphasis on handling the potential relapse. Also part of this process is a relapse prevention checklist.
Goal 7: Aftercare
The seventh goal of the program is Aftercare. The client will meet with the Aftercare Department and begin to work out a stable plan for what the client will be doing after the next goal of the program; graduation. With the help of an Aftercare Specialist the client will locate recovery meetings in their immediate area, determine what area is best suitable to live in and maintain sobriety and begin to form their recovery support network. Our staff compiles telephone numbers of friends and family to help with the transition back into society. Aftercare can help with housing, job hunting, government benefits, further education and even the armed services.
Goal 8: Graduation
The eighth goal of the program is the graduation ceremony. Family and friends of the graduating clients are invited and encouraged to come and support their loved one and their accomplishment. During the ceremony, the client will receive a certificate for completion of the Best Drug Rehabilitation program.
Goal 9: Aftercare Follow-up
The ninth goal of the Best Drug Rehabilitation program is continued Aftercare. After the client successfully completes and graduates the program, they are moved on to a daily call list from the Aftercare Department for the first two weeks that the client is back in society. After the initial two weeks, weekly calls are made for the next four weeks. After the weekly calls, monthly calls are made up to one year from the graduation date. If a client is struggling, they are moved back onto daily calls. Aftercare is always available for the client to utilize for providing letters of reference, helping to find recovery meetings, as well as providing all the benefits that aftercare offered while the client was in the program.1 (877) 425-6379 | We are here for you, call now!