Starting the recovery process can seem intimidating and unpleasant.Take the time to realize and understand that if you do not start this process you can/will lose those you love the most, lose control, and can possibly lose your freedom by being arrested, and even lose your life. While starting treatment may seem scary, a lot of that fear and anxiety is because of the unknown. If you have any questions, Recovery Ways Admission Counselors, answer our helpline 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They can listen to your concerns and offer solutions as well as answer any questions you may have. We want you to feel comfortable as well as receive the treatment you need, no one person is the same as another, which is why we offer an individualized program for each patient. We have private and semi-private room with private bathrooms. We even have Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) approved rooms available for those who need them. While our programs are individualized and patient centered we will make recommendations for what we believe the best course of action will be for you and your long term sobriety. To learn more about our admissions process, click here.
Steps to Addiction Recovery
Deciding on receiving treatment for substance abuse is the first step in the right direction. The next step is deciding where to get treatment and what treatment is best for you. While some people would rather stay near their residencies for treatment, sometimes traveling away from other known users and areas where they know their substance can be found is helpful. Removing yourself from the common haunting grounds can make your recovery seem more like a vacation, can make treatment easier, and can help you focus on your treatment more. If you do decide to travel for treatment to Recovery Ways, we can help you make travel plans and even pick you up from the airport.
Starting treatment is enough for you to focus on, we will help you with travel arrangements so that you do not have to worry about them. People who travel for treatment often worry about what will happen when treatment is over and they go back to their residencies. There is no need to worry, Recovery Ways works with centers and support groups all over the country, so when you finish treatment here we will help you find local continued support. To learn more about traveling for treatment, click here. Getting ready to go to a treatment center can leave you with a lot of questions. Remember, our admission counselors are always available to talk to. Recovery Ways offers a safe environment and to maintain that safety for you and all of our patients, there are certain items required and others that are prohibited inside of our facilities. It is important to note all of these for yourself and make sure you comply before leaving for treatment. To see the list of acceptable and prohibited items, click here.
The Addiction Treatment Process
For those who travel to Recovery Ways, you will be met at the airport by Recovery Ways ambassadors. They will accompany you to one of our four locations for treatment or to one of the state of the art medical detoxing facilities we work with. To learn more about detoxing click here. The Recovery Ways ambassadors will offer support for you throughout the detoxing process and escort you to one of the Recovery Ways locations to continue your treatment. After arriving at Recovery Ways you will meet with the Admission Coordinator to make sure all of the paperwork is filled out, then you will meet the staff, have a tour of the facility, and be shown to your room. You will also be introduced to your primary therapist who will be your “go to” person for help during your treatment.
There are many factors for determining what kind of treatment one receives and for how long. Some of those factors include: length of time someone spent using the substance, method of use, severity of use, their social support network, their level of motivation and willingness, severity of medical or psychiatric issues, their living environment, and the number of times in treatment before.We know the longer an addict spends in a supportive, recovering environment, the greater the chances they will maintain long-term recovery. Secondly, the longer a person spends in addiction treatment, the greater the likelihood they will receive all the benefits treatment center has to offer. Most importantly, the decision to leave treatment should be left to the treatment team. They are not easily manipulated and will base their recommendation on what the client needs, rather than what the client wants. Recovery Ways offers different programs and a continuum of care. To learn more about all of our different programs click here. Recovery Ways individualized treatment plans is developed to treat multiple diagnoses and behavioral health issues at all levels of care from admission to aftercare. Our patient centered care and family involvement lead to optimal results and our strong alumni program helps maintain those results. We have been Joint Mission Accredited since 2010 and offer many amenities. Call us today to find out what we can do for you or your loved one. Make today the first day on the road to recovery by calling 1-888-986-7848.