San Antonio Treatment Center
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Addiction recovery services available in San Antonio.
In spite of the fact that there are millions of people affected by drug addiction in the United States, drug addiction is still a very misunderstood, highly stigmatized disease.
Due to these misunderstandings, lots of people continue to assume that substance dependency is a choice, and that if an individual chooses drug abuse then they should be punished, not helped. San Antonio Treatment Center uses methods which are compassionate, effective, and in accordance with medical and scientific research to address the disease of addiction. We are an approved, certified treatment center, employing clinical and medical experts that specialize in treating drug addiction. We create individualized, customized treatment plans to fulfill the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs of all our clients, and offer a healthy, compassionate atmosphere for addicts who want to begin recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Contact us for help locating a detox or rehab facility in the San Antonio area at 916-249-2665.
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The clients of our residential rehabilitation programs can anticipate care that encompasses the best parts of inpatient (such as 24/7 supervision and access to the medical staff) and outpatient treatment (including luxurious, home-like accommodations and contact with real world conditions and problems).
Due to the fact that each client’s treatment plans are custom-made to be individualized to their particular requirements, no plan is the exact same as any other. However, clients should expect to participate in the following types of rehab: group or one-on-one treatment, behavioral modeling techniques, daily recovery support classes, recreational activities, and daily trips to the gym.
Contact our recovery professionals now for additional information regarding dependency in general, interventions, detox, or rehabilitation facilities. Call 916-249-2665 today to get the help you need.
Services Available at San Antonio Treatment Center
Many addicts and families live in fear that the ‘outside world’ will discover their problems with substance addiction, which is unfortunately a result of the stigma of being categorized as ‘an addict.’ This is a typical response to addiction, but hiding problems with drug abuse usually leads to spite and anger among loved ones, friends, and the addict. In these instances, we recommend utilizing a therapist, or an interventionist (an intervention professional) to guide the intervention itself, and push the addict into rehabilitation.
Interventions help the addict by successfully getting them to agree to treatment, and help the friends and loved ones of an addict by providing them a safe environment to verbalize their concerns, frustration, and bitterness. Detox, or detoxification, is meant to help the addict effectively and thoroughly withdraw from their substance of abuse, sometimes with assistance from medicine. We use either social detoxification, or medically supervised detoxification, depending on their client’s needs.
For instance, a person that has only been abusing cocaine for a few months will need significantly different detox services than a person who has been a profound alcoholic for a few decades. It is vitally important to remember that detox isn’t a ‘wonder cure’ for drug abuse, and the addict must participate in a rehab program before recovery can start. Unlike many other programs, we know that substance addiction is an illness that not only impacts the addict, but has far-reaching effects for family members and friends. This is why it’s essential for to custom-design remedy techniques that deal with all aspects of the addict’s life, such as family relationships, job, medical issues, mental disorders, social problems, and legal complications. Our rehab plans help prepare the recovering addict for life-long recovery, which means interacting with the ‘real world’ on more typical terms, without the use of drugs or alcohol as support.