Traveling for Drug Rehab
Contrary to popular belief, traveling for drug rehab and addiction treatment is a good thing and offers many positive benefits. It may initially seem as an aggravation or a deterrent, but the positives far outweigh the negatives. Traveling for treatment will remove you from a possibly toxic environment where physical and psychological triggers may affect your recovery experience. You or your loved one need to be in a place where the focus is on healing, and where making a sober, healthy life is paramount.
Removing an addict from their environment will help them focus on their recovery. There will be little in the way of damaging or detrimental distractions when they leave home for treatment. They will be free from risky social interactions, distanced from those who would supply them with addictive substances, and in a state of mind where they can look inward and start to heal. At Recovery Ways we want to educate our patients on how to live a sober lifestyle and arm them with the tools to return home and not relapse. Also, our locations in Salt Lake City are near some of the most beautiful nature in the country. This provides a place of comfort and serenity where one can learn new skills to have a fun life in recovery.
Traveling for drug rehab and addiction treatment can give an addict a fresh, new perspective. They will meet individuals outside of their social group and learn new skills from the example set by our clinicians and patients further along in their recovery. These new interactions will be the ground-work for building a sober network. This sober network will provide support and encouragement when things get tough at home.
Making travel arrangements for rehab can be one of the biggest barriers to entering an effective drug rehab program. Recovery Ways makes this very simple and can help make travel arrangements for you or your loved one. If you’re ready to start the admissions process please call us today. Our specialists will walk you through the entire process and review your insurance to find out if it will cover costs associated with drug or alcohol addiction rehab. Contact us here or call 1-888-986-7848