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Living with addiction is a terrifying and tragic experience for those who are dependent on drugs or alcohol, and also for people that have loved ones suffering from dependency to drugs or alcohol. The process of rehabilitation, otherwise known as rehab, help addicts come to terms with their dependency, learn how to identify and avoid their triggers that caused them to abuse their drug of choice, and, eventually, learn how to live a life of sobriety. Kansas Treatment Programs creates individualized treatment plans to meet the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all their clients—all the while, providing a kindhearted environment for addicts who want to begin their drug or alcohol recovery process.

What Kansas Treatment Programs Does

Begin a better Life NowFor addicts who have yet to realize that their dependency to drugs or alcohol is a problem, or who oppose treatment, intervention is usually the most effective first step in the recovery process. Friends, family members, and loved ones of an addict, under the guidance of a qualified interventionist, plan an intervention with the purpose of confronting the addict about their drug and/or alcohol dependency, via a presentation of ways the person with the drug or alcohol dependency have hurt themselves and others, before encouraging them to go into a treatment center. In order for the intervention to be successful, Addiction Recovery Center KS recommends using a qualified interventionist as a guide and mediator. Intervention alone is NOT rehabilitation, and it alone will not stop the addict from abusing the substance. Rather, interventions are so much more effective when immediately followed by a rehabilitation treatment.

A period of detoxification is usually needed for addicts before they are able to enter a rehab center. Detoxification, or detox, is a medically supervised process that is intended to ease some of the worst symptoms of withdrawal, which may require specific medications or an IV for hydration and nutrition. , Detox is an extremely vital stage of rehab. Because withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, and a few other types of drugs can be deadly, the withdrawal process should be overseen by a medical. Although many people believe that they can go ‘cold turkey,’ this method is not practical and might even be fatal. This is why a medically supervised detox is important. Detox, however, is NOT rehabilitation, and is not a cure-all for addiction; it’s only intended to help an addict effectively withdraw from drugs or alcohol before entering a treatment program.

Substance Abuse Kansas offers treatment for people at all levels of addiction, whether they are in the initial stages of addiction, or are persistent abusers of drugs and alcohol. Some rehab programs include: treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. For the most powerful and direct treatment, Kansas Treatment Programs assess the severity of the addiction, if there are any psychological co-occurring disorders, before designing a custom treatment plan that will be the most effective for the patient.

Kansas Treatment Programs Helps

People with addictions hurt not only themselves, but also the people that they love. Although there is no miraculous “cure” for dependency, individuals that enter accredited treatment centers have a higher chance of success in recovery. Kansas Treatment Programs’ treatment plans are medically proven to be successful because it includes individual and group counseling sessions, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step meetings, behavioral modeling, and all of the comforts of inpatient living at the affordability of an outpatient facility. For help with addiction, or to help a loved one who has an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, contact Kansas Treatment Programs at 866-382-7393. An addiction rehab professional will answer any questions regarding the details of interventions, detox, treatment programs, and information on general addiction.