Benefits of Sober Living Homes

It is very common that when drug addicts leave inpatient facilities they go to a halfway home, or a sober living home, to continue their rehabilitation and treatment. It is useful to have help and support when transitioning back into society after 30-120 days living in an inpatient treatment facility. In 2010 the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment published a statistical article related to sober living homes. This research found that those living in sober living homes for 6-18 months after inpatient treatment were much less likely to face relapse, become homeless or be arrested. The findings were staggering and prove the need for more facilities to have sober living…
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Benefits of Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

It has been widely researched and proven that rehabilitation rates for all addictions are much higher for addicts that attend inpatient programs versus outpatient programs. This statistic increases even more greatly when looking at the addiction of alcoholism. The reason for this is that alcohol is a legal substance in the United States and is widely available almost everywhere. Most addicts need to be taken out of the environment that enables them to keep using. Alcoholics can find alcohol in almost every environment, which is why inpatient alcohol rehabilitation efforts are more successful.   Determining the length of the program   Alcoholics must go through a detoxification of alcohol in…
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The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Making the decision to seek treatment is the most important step in the recovery and rehabilitation process. Once this decision has been made the next most important step is determining how you’ll get through the treatment process and what type of treatment is the best option for you. It is widely known that success rates for rehabilitation are highest when an addict seeks care in an inpatient program. Most people find that in order to give it their all, they must be immersed in the recovery process all day every day. The physical, psychological and emotional benefits are far greater during inpatient treatment programs.   The Physical Benefits Most people…
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Non 12 Step Rehab Program

Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and the 12 step program have been one of the most successful treatment programs ever. It has been the go-to program for anyone wanting to achieve and maintain sobriety over 60 years. Pew Research Center’s new Religious Landscape Study done in 2014 shows that there is a decline in those that practice religion in the United States. There are two important things to note from this study. The first is that the number of non-spiritual people, atheists or agnostics, is growing. The second is those that do consider themselves spiritual are increasingly not identifying with a certain religion. This trend away from religious dependency in…
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Benefits of Sober Living Homes

It is very common that when drug addicts leave inpatient facilities they go to a halfway home, or a sober living home, to continue their rehabilitation and treatment. It is useful to have help and support when transitioning back into society after 30-120 days living in an inpatient treatment facility. In 2010 the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment published a statistical article related to sober living homes. This research found that those living in sober living homes for 6-18 months after inpatient treatment were much less likely to face relapse, become homeless or be arrested. The findings were staggering and prove the need for more facilities to have sober living…
Read More

Benefits of Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

It has been widely researched and proven that rehabilitation rates for all addictions are much higher for addicts that attend inpatient programs versus outpatient programs. This statistic increases even more greatly when looking at the addiction of alcoholism. The reason for this is that alcohol is a legal substance in the United States and is widely available almost everywhere. Most addicts need to be taken out of the environment that enables them to keep using. Alcoholics can find alcohol in almost every environment, which is why inpatient alcohol rehabilitation efforts are more successful.   Determining the length of the program   Alcoholics must go through a detoxification of alcohol in…
Read More

The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Making the decision to seek treatment is the most important step in the recovery and rehabilitation process. Once this decision has been made the next most important step is determining how you’ll get through the treatment process and what type of treatment is the best option for you. It is widely known that success rates for rehabilitation are highest when an addict seeks care in an inpatient program. Most people find that in order to give it their all, they must be immersed in the recovery process all day every day. The physical, psychological and emotional benefits are far greater during inpatient treatment programs.   The Physical Benefits Most people…
Read More

Non 12 Step Rehab Program

Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and the 12 step program have been one of the most successful treatment programs ever. It has been the go-to program for anyone wanting to achieve and maintain sobriety over 60 years. Pew Research Center’s new Religious Landscape Study done in 2014 shows that there is a decline in those that practice religion in the United States. There are two important things to note from this study. The first is that the number of non-spiritual people, atheists or agnostics, is growing. The second is those that do consider themselves spiritual are increasingly not identifying with a certain religion. This trend away from religious dependency in…
Read More

Benefits of Sober Living Homes

It is very common that when drug addicts leave inpatient facilities they go to a halfway home, or a sober living home, to continue their rehabilitation and treatment. It is useful to have help and support when transitioning back into society after 30-120 days living in an inpatient treatment facility. In 2010 the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment published a statistical article related to sober living homes. This research found that those living in sober living homes for 6-18 months after inpatient treatment were much less likely to face relapse, become homeless or be arrested. The findings were staggering and prove the need for more facilities to have sober living…
Read More

Benefits of Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

It has been widely researched and proven that rehabilitation rates for all addictions are much higher for addicts that attend inpatient programs versus outpatient programs. This statistic increases even more greatly when looking at the addiction of alcoholism. The reason for this is that alcohol is a legal substance in the United States and is widely available almost everywhere. Most addicts need to be taken out of the environment that enables them to keep using. Alcoholics can find alcohol in almost every environment, which is why inpatient alcohol rehabilitation efforts are more successful.   Determining the length of the program   Alcoholics must go through a detoxification of alcohol in…
Read More

The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Making the decision to seek treatment is the most important step in the recovery and rehabilitation process. Once this decision has been made the next most important step is determining how you’ll get through the treatment process and what type of treatment is the best option for you. It is widely known that success rates for rehabilitation are highest when an addict seeks care in an inpatient program. Most people find that in order to give it their all, they must be immersed in the recovery process all day every day. The physical, psychological and emotional benefits are far greater during inpatient treatment programs.   The Physical Benefits Most people…
Read More

Non 12 Step Rehab Program

Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and the 12 step program have been one of the most successful treatment programs ever. It has been the go-to program for anyone wanting to achieve and maintain sobriety over 60 years. Pew Research Center’s new Religious Landscape Study done in 2014 shows that there is a decline in those that practice religion in the United States. There are two important things to note from this study. The first is that the number of non-spiritual people, atheists or agnostics, is growing. The second is those that do consider themselves spiritual are increasingly not identifying with a certain religion. This trend away from religious dependency in…
Read More

Benefits of Sober Living Homes

It is very common that when drug addicts leave inpatient facilities they go to a halfway home, or a sober living home, to continue their rehabilitation and treatment. It is useful to have help and support when transitioning back into society after 30-120 days living in an inpatient treatment facility. In 2010 the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment published a statistical article related to sober living homes. This research found that those living in sober living homes for 6-18 months after inpatient treatment were much less likely to face relapse, become homeless or be arrested. The findings were staggering and prove the need for more facilities to have sober living…
Read More

Benefits of Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

It has been widely researched and proven that rehabilitation rates for all addictions are much higher for addicts that attend inpatient programs versus outpatient programs. This statistic increases even more greatly when looking at the addiction of alcoholism. The reason for this is that alcohol is a legal substance in the United States and is widely available almost everywhere. Most addicts need to be taken out of the environment that enables them to keep using. Alcoholics can find alcohol in almost every environment, which is why inpatient alcohol rehabilitation efforts are more successful.   Determining the length of the program   Alcoholics must go through a detoxification of alcohol in…
Read More

The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Making the decision to seek treatment is the most important step in the recovery and rehabilitation process. Once this decision has been made the next most important step is determining how you’ll get through the treatment process and what type of treatment is the best option for you. It is widely known that success rates for rehabilitation are highest when an addict seeks care in an inpatient program. Most people find that in order to give it their all, they must be immersed in the recovery process all day every day. The physical, psychological and emotional benefits are far greater during inpatient treatment programs.   The Physical Benefits Most people…
Read More

Non 12 Step Rehab Program

Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and the 12 step program have been one of the most successful treatment programs ever. It has been the go-to program for anyone wanting to achieve and maintain sobriety over 60 years. Pew Research Center’s new Religious Landscape Study done in 2014 shows that there is a decline in those that practice religion in the United States. There are two important things to note from this study. The first is that the number of non-spiritual people, atheists or agnostics, is growing. The second is those that do consider themselves spiritual are increasingly not identifying with a certain religion. This trend away from religious dependency in…
Read More