Local Drug Rehab
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the total number of US inpatient procedures performed in 2015 was 51.4 million. Most of these individuals were given some type of pain medication while they were in the hospital, or perhaps during their aftercare at home. The problem is this prescription pain medication is highly addictive. Unfortunately a lot of these individuals will seek a local drug rehab to help combat their addiction.
Painkillers are chemically designed to work in the brain much like heroine. Both painkillers and opiates are opiate based. There are various types of prescription painkillers. Because of this there are also many different methods for effectively treating this type of addiction. To be successful per the National Institute on Drug Abuse, ‘treatments should be individualized, flexible and of an adequate length of time to address the addiction’.It is common for a prescription pill addiction to be coupled with a mental health issue. This is important if you are seeking dual-diagnosis from your local drug rehab. It is now becoming clear that addicts from all walks of life suffer from a combination of mental health and substance abuse problems.
Elevate Recovery is a local drug rehab dedicated to effective treatment therapy.
As is evident to most addicts as well as their loved ones, when an individual is addicted to drugs they lack certain life-skills. This comes in many forms. These include the inability to face situations or people, an inability to communicate effectively and inability to recognize unhealthy situations. In addition, the inability to distinguish between good and bad influences, and unfortunately the list goes on. At Elevate, we isolate what life skills are lacking and fully address them in a multitude of treatment methods.
One of the distinctive elements of our local drug rehab is our effective, evidence-based treatment therapy. Our staff has decades of experience and is able to isolate the root-causes of addiction and thus steer our clients to the path of “self-discovery.” Treatment is much more valuable when the individual discovers answers for themselves, rather than someone “telling” them what the answer is. This is a relatively new and successful approach in the field of addiction treatment but we find it to be very successful.