Unfortunately, yes. As of this writing, statistics have shown that 19.7 million adults (aged 12 and older) have a substance abuse disorder.
Roughly 75% of those had an alcohol use disorder. Many struggle with both at the same time. As of last year, there were 328.2 million people in the United States.
That means roughly one out of every 16 people has an addiction problem. That’s far, far too high
Studies have shown that individuals in treatment have a higher quality of life. A decrease in criminal activities, as well as improved mental health status, interpersonal relationships, and more is very possible. The National Institute on Drug Abuse found that overall drug treatment is “as successful as treatment of other chronic diseases, such as asthma, diabetes, and high blood pressure.”
The truth is that while addiction treatment can be very effective, relapse is always a threat.
We know how difficult the time before going to rehab can be. Our goal is to make it as easy and painless as possible.
The steps are straightforward: you’ll contact us. We’ll give you the “Pre-Admissions Assessment.” This is a 15-to-30 minute screening of you or your loved one’s addiction history. It will also cover behavioral health issues.
Next, we’ll collect your insurance and financial information.
Once that’s verified, we’ll walk you through co-pay and payment options. We get right in contact with the facility to prepare for your arrival.
At the facility, our staff will greet you and walk you through the intake process.
Each and every treatment is specifically catered to the patient. If you look around our site, you’ll find all of the different kinds of treatments that we offer. While just about all patients will have certain treatments (such as therapy) all patients will have something unique for them.
At our initial screening, we’ll get all of the information we need to put together a treatment plan that’s right for you. There’s no “cookie-cutter” treatment for addiction. We’ll find the treatment that’s most effective for your specific needs.