Clean and sober in Manchester, NH
It is not enough to depend on self-discipline and self-restraint to overcome drug and alcohol abuse. The drug rehabilitation recovery specialists at Substance Abuse Care Treatment are qualified professionals who are dedicated to helping those addicted to drugs or alcohol get clean and sober in Manchester, NH. The opioid epidemic has hit all parts of the country. Addiction in New Hampshire, especially opioid addiction, remains problematic. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), overdose deaths involving opioids totaled 412 in New Hampshire in 2018. The death rate has remained stable since 2015. Meanwhile, deaths involving synthetic opioids such as fentanyl have remained steady but continue to be high. In 2018, 386 people in New Hampshire died from synthetic opioid overdoses. There is one bright note: Deaths involving prescription opioids declined from 89 in 2016 to 43 in 2018.
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- Intervention Services.
Addiction Treatment Care
Drug and alcohol treatment is an intense process that requires time and dedication. But getting clean and sober is well worth it. Get the most effective treatment possible with Substance Abuse Care Treatment’s staff of professional, certified therapists and support team. Substance Abuse Care Treatment’s residential rehabilitation program balances the most effective aspects of inpatient care with 24-hour observation and access to medical personnel. Outpatient treatment provides residential recovery rehab services facilities. It also provides contact with real-world situations and challenges in order to deliver the best treatment for each and every patient. If you or someone you love wants to get clean and sober in the Manchester, NH area, Substance Abuse Care Treatment’s professional recovery experts are available 24 hours a day at 802-327-8254 to address questions regarding detox, rehab and treatment.
Addiction Is An Illness
In the last 10 years, addiction specialists have made many crucial discoveries regarding addiction. Scientific and psychiatric professionals agree that addiction is a chronic illness. Thus, it must undergo the same clinical scrutiny as other chronic illnesses. Substance abuse causes emotional, bodily, financial and professional pain. In addition, substance abuse often co-occurs with mental-health conditions such as depression. Experts have recognized two types of drug dependencies: physical and psychological. Physical dependency occurs when the body becomes physically dependent on drugs and alcohol. Without the drugs the body goes into withdrawal. The continued use of the substances has disturbed the manner in which nerve cells in the brain receive pleasure. As a result, the only way to get pleasure is by using more drugs and alcohol. Psychological dependency usually takes longer to occur and longer to treat. With psychological dependency addicts believe that they need drugs to feel happy or normal. The thought of not being able to get or use the drugs causes great stress and anxiety. For this very reason, people who are affected by substance dependency need specialized therapy and rehab. In order to offer the best rehab program, Substance Abuse Care Treatment creates individualized treatment programs to meet each one of its patient’s specific requirements. For example, an addict who has been sober for a long time may relapse. The person’s degree of rehab is different compared to that of a person who has been continuously using for a long time. Substance Abuse Care Treatment’s goal is to get people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol into long-term recovery. When patients eventually leave treatment, they've re-learned how to reintegrate into society. More importantly they are ready to withstand the pressures and temptations that led them down the path to addiction in the first place.
Along with interventions, detox is a process that might be needed before entering Better Treatment Addiction Rehab. It is vital, however, to know that detox is not going to “cure” a person with a substance use disorder. But as the first step to recovery, detoxification will help patients withdraw from substance addiction(s). Sometimes medication treatments also are used in helping a patient recover.
There are two commonly utilized types of detox:
Social detoxification takes place in a residential or outpatient care center and typically involves educating people with substance abuse disorders, as well as preparing them to take their first steps toward recovery.
Medically supervised detoxification (sometimes called medically supervised withdrawal) occurs in a hospital or inpatient facility so the patient’s withdrawal can be guided by a nurse or doctor.
Unfortunately, because of the stigma of being an “addict,” many people hide their opioid addiction from their friends and loved ones. Here at Better Treatment Addiction Rehab, we urge the use of a counselor or an intervention specialist to help patients, as well as their family and friends, to learn more about addiction, how to cope with the effects of the addiction and how to help patients. The advantages of interventions include:
- Providing a safe environment for everyone involved
- Helping people voice their concerns and questions
- Convincing a person with a substance abuse disorder to agree to treatment
- Intervention treatment also assesses the nature of the substance use disorder, analyzes any co-occurring disorders and finds the optimum path toward recovery for each patient.
What Types of Addiction Help are Available?
Learn about how seeking treatment for your addiction can help you build a recovery that will last.
Detox from a substance is often a necessary step to take before treatment. Learn more about the detox process.
Working with a certified and professional interventionist can help your loved one decide to seek treatment.
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