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There are several types of drug rehab treatment, and it is important to find one that fits your needs. Many drug rehabs focus on addressing the psychological aspects of addiction, and they may employ multiple therapies to help you recover. Cognitive behavioral therapy, for example, focuses on helping recovering addicts identify problematic thoughts and feelings. It also addresses co-occurring disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Dialectical behavioral therapy also aims to address self-esteem and eliminate triggers for relapse. Experiential therapy, on the other hand, involves using non-traditional therapies, such as outdoor recreational activities.

There are several phases of drug rehab treatment, and the transition from an addiction to a healthier lifestyle is difficult. An addiction assessment is a critical part of the process. Many individuals who are suffering from substance addictions are secretive and unwilling to disclose their problems. Often, they are also afraid to be judged by their family.

Depending on the severity of addiction, residential rehabs can be either short or long-term. In-patient rehabs require a stay in a hospital-like setting and provide 24-hour medical care. Outpatient rehabs are more flexible and allow participants to live in a home environment while still receiving therapy.

The overall goal of rehab is to give the recovering addict tools to overcome addiction and become sober. The program helps the individual overcome emotional and physical triggers and helps them develop new and healthy coping skills. In addition to helping recovering addicts overcome their addiction, rehabs also focus on addressing their spiritual aspirations.

The two most common types of drug rehab include an inpatient and an outpatient program. A full-time inpatient program requires an individual to live on-site, but outpatient programs usually require only nine to twenty hours of treatment per week. Both types of rehabs should offer a supportive environment for the recovering individual.

Some facilities accept Medicare. However, coverage for short-term rehab is complicated. Most facilities that accept Medicare are in-network, so if your insurance covers it, the facility will be able to provide the treatment you need. Some patients choose to pay upfront, and others decide to request reimbursement directly from Medicare. It is important to talk with your insurance provider to ensure that your treatment is covered by your insurance.

While there are many types of drug rehab treatment, most of them are designed to address the universal elements of addiction. These treatments are the most effective at ensuring active recovery. The most effective programs help each patient develop a treatment plan tailored to their needs. Aside from individual care, these rehabs also offer groups and therapy sessions that last throughout the day.

Most drug rehab treatment programs require the patient to undergo detox to rid their body of the addictive substance. This may take up to a week. In medical detox programs, patients are monitored closely, and may be prescribed medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. After detox, patients are then ready for rehabilitation. The type of rehabilitation treatments will depend on a person\'s needs, and their addiction patterns. Individual therapy can include cognitive-behavioral therapy and contingency management. Some programs may also offer meetings with Alcoholics Anonymous or other support groups.
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