It’s not hard to imagine that living with an addiction is horrifying. The constant battle to stay high to avoid the feelings of emptiness and despair must be tiring. However, the good news is everyone has a choice. They can continue going down the dangerous path of addiction or make a stand and reach out for help. If you find yourself in this situation, we can improve your situation by simply telling you about your treatment options. Assuming your substance abuse issue has progressed past the moderate level, residential drug rehab might be your best and only option.
About Residential Drug Rehab
What we know about long-term drug users is they have generally lost the ability to care for themselves. They tend to have financial problems, issues at work, involvement with law enforcement, or personal relationship issues. This all adds up to a person being out of control. We see this all the time in our residential drug rehab in New Hampshire.
Again, if this is you, residential drug rehab is the best way to make sure we can help protect you while you get help. Your restriction to the facility will be for a minimum of 30 days, not to exceed 90 days unless we concur that extended care is necessary.
What is Residential Treatment Like?
During your time in residential care, you’ll eat, sleep, attend counseling sessions, and have some time for activities. Depending on the rehab facility, you might also get an opportunity to enjoy some outdoor activities, weather, and access permitting. In the case of the Green Mountain Treatment residential drug rehab in New Hampshire, we try to provide a home-like environment.
After all, we want our clients to feel comfortable and motivated to work hard during therapy.
The key to success in a residential drug rehab center is following rules. As long as you follow the rules and make good progress in your recovery, things should go smoothly. The most basic rules include: