addiction treatment

find freedom from the darkness of drug addiction.

It’s exhausting and disheartening to live in the seemingly endless cycle of drug addiction. Thankfully, addiction treatment provides a way out of the chaos and offers a solution. Treatment programs are a life-saving way to find freedom from the darkness of drug addiction. How does treatment for addiction work and where do you start when you’re ready to ask for help?

Addiction Treatment: Levels of Care

Different people have different experiences with their drug use. Not everyone uses the same drugs, has the same consequences, or goes through the same symptoms. Using one process for everyone isn’t an effective approach. Instead, treatment programs provide varying levels of care to meet the different needs of each person seeking help. What are the different levels of care in addiction treatment?

Drug Detox

Heroin is an illicit opiate drug made from morphine. It comes in a few different forms, usually a white or brown powder or a sticky black substance (“black tar”). People use the drug by smoking it, snorting it, or injecting it intravenously. 

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab, also known as residential treatment, is a live-in form of addiction treatment. If you struggle to stay sober in your home environment, attending inpatient rehab can help. It places you in a recovery-focused environment for 30 to 90 days where you can fully invest in building a strong foundation for recovery.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are a step down from inpatient rehab. They provide the same number of daytime treatment hours but do not require nor provide residential services. You can live at home while attending a PHP, or at a nearby sober living home.

Drug and Alcohol Counseling

Drug and alcohol counseling is another ongoing option following treatment. You meet with a counselor or therapist for individual counseling once per week (or more if needed) to check-in and maintain contact with someone who supports your recovery. Drug and alcohol counseling can continue for as long as you feel you need assistance.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) generally serve as a transition phase between higher levels of care and returning to your everyday life. It provides fewer treatment hours during the week which allows you to balance addiction treatment with daily responsibilities. Some people find that, after separating from substances, IOP is enough support to maintain recovery.

Partial Hospitalization Program​

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are a step down from inpatient rehab. They provide the same number of daytime treatment hours but do not require nor provide residential services. You can live at home while attending a PHP, or at a nearby sober living home.

Drug And Alcohol Counseling

Drug and alcohol counseling is another ongoing option following treatment. You meet with a counselor or therapist for individual counseling once per week (or more if needed) to check-in and maintain contact with someone who supports your recovery. Drug and alcohol counseling can continue for as long as you feel you need assistance.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) generally serve as a transition phase between higher levels of care and returning to your everyday life. It provides fewer treatment hours during the week which allows you to balance addiction treatment with daily responsibilities. Some people find that, after separating from substances, IOP is enough support to maintain recovery.

Which level of care is right for you?

Understanding which level of addiction treatment is best for you can feel overwhelming. The right level of care depends on your particular circumstances and needs. If you need help deciding where to start with your addiction treatment journey, reach out for help.

Emerge Recovery: Drug Rehab Done Differently

Too many traditional treatment facilities impose a one-size-fits-all approach to recovery. There are limitations to individualized programming when working with a large number of clients. Scaling down the client ratio is what empowers the difference at Emerge Recovery. You’re not simply another client in the center; you’re a person with dreams, goals, and desires that were stolen by drug addiction.

Emerge Recovery exists to separate you from substances, heal the things that keep you stuck in the cycle, and guide you to reconnect with what it is you want from life. You aren’t here to live in a drug-induced haze; you’re here to build a beautiful life worth living. We’re here to help you every step of the way.

Reach out to learn more about Emerge and find out how we can help you today.

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