Treatment in Virginia

The Commonwealth of Virginia which is nicknamed “Old Dominion” is the birthplace of eight of the presidents of the United States and was the tenth state admitted into the Union in 1788. Virginia’s very effective government nearly mirrors that of the federal government and the state is the home of the headquarters for the Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency. Despite the prestigious state government and the rich history, Drug and Alcohol abuse is still very present with a rising number of addictions to heroin, cocaine, alcohol and prescription medication. Addiction can happen to anyone at any time so if you or your loved one is suffering from substance abuse then you should not hesitate to reach out for help. We are here at any time to help you through this difficult time. Call us at (804) 336-3087 to get the help you need!

Treatment that Fits Your Individual Needs

We are here to insure that you find the help you need. This does not mean that we will place you in just any rehabilitation center and hope it works. There are a wide variety of treatment modalities and programs available to you so why not make sure you go to the right one the first time? The bigger question may be “how do i know which facility is the right one for me?” Our recovery professionals are very experienced in matching clients with the right kind of treatment to fit your specific and individual needs. Most facilities that we work with are dual-diagnosis facilities where you will be given an initial evaluation to determine the underlying issues that perpetuate your substance abuse. Treating co-occurring disorders as well as the physical dependence is one of the most effective ways to attack a drug and alcohol addiction. To learn more about treatment modalities and programs available to you call us now at (804) 336-3087 and speak to a recovery professional.

Is Inpatient Rehabilitation Necessary?

When a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol they often successfully hide their addiction for a long time. Eventually though their addiction usually catches up to them and family or friends find out that they have been abusing substances. By the time the addict has reached a point that they are willing to accept help they have been using drugs or drinking for so long that a short outpatient treatment is not going to be sufficient to achieve long lasting sobriety and a better quality of life.

Inpatient rehabilitation gives them a much better chance through more intensive therapies and removing the addict from their normal environment so that they can focus on their recovery. Counselors and therapists are much more accessible in the times of need in early sobriety during a rehabilitation program and the addict is constantly surrounded by others that understand what they are going through. Addicts in an inpatient rehabilitation program learn to lean on each other and help each other process through difficult feelings that they normally would block out with drugs and alcohol. Give your loved one the best chance at recovery possible by allowing them the time off and the resources needed to focus on recovery the first time around and avoid a second.

Escape the Triggers in Your Environment

Do you feel like you cannot stay clean or sober no matter how hard you try because people, places or things are always there to remind you that you need a drug or a drink? This is why we recommend that most people should travel for treatment so that they are removed from any temptation to leave treatment and go back to old friends, bars or constantly be triggered by their environment. If you or your loved one is looking for treatment then you should consult a professional at ((804) 336-3087 to weigh your options and ensure that you are connected with the right program for the individual in need.

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