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Overcome substance abuse and impulse control disorders with the help of the nation’s best treatment programs.

Recovering from a substance use disorder such as alcohol addiction or heroin addiction can be challenging at best. When you opt for the best possible care and treatment in a recovery center, you are giving yourself or your loved one the best possible chance of making a full recovery. While it can be scary to think about life without the drugs or substances that you may currently be addicted to, it’s important to realize that recovery is not a scary thing—it’s a blessing that allows you to take back control of your life.

If you or someone you know is addicted to drugs or alcohol, we can help! Our toll-free recovery helpline is backed by caring professionals who are ready to assist you in finding the right treatment locally or out-of-state—we can even help you decide whether putting a distance between your current situation and your recovery may be the most beneficial option available to you. You can discuss your questions and concerns with our recovery counselors who will happily assist you with finding and choosing the best recovery center for you or for someone you love.

How Recovery Works

Getting sober is challenging but it’s not impossible! While no two people will respond the same to a particular method of treatment, there are some common core values that tend to be considered both acceptable and downright necessary in treatment. These include:

  • a caring and supportive environment
  • a clean facility
  • educational activities that inform and engage patients
  • counseling and therapy
  • treatment must be readily available when you need it
  • treatment must address the needs of the patient individually and should be adjusted to meet changing needs
  • treatment must be adequate in length, generally no less than 30 days and preferably at least 90 days
  • medical care plays an important role in recovery
  • underlying mental illness must also be treated
  • treatment does not have to be voluntary

Getting sober takes a commitment and a desire to stay clean, and while treatment does not have to be voluntarily accepted, the user must find it within himself to make the commitment to getting well. If you’re looking for help for yourself or for someone you love, consider doing whatever it takes to ensure a commitment to the treatment that is being sought—patients who are committed to their sobriety and to recovery are more likely to benefit from treatment and have a minimized risk of relapse over those who involuntarily take part in treatment and are not committed.

The support, education and behavioral therapy that is received in treatment build a foundation for a lifetime of coping and relapse prevention. What you learn in a recovery center about your addiction, relapse prevention and your new found sobriety will help you to steer clear of addiction’s dangerous path of destruction for the rest of your life. The end result—RecoveryCenters.org helps you make a full, lasting recovery and live a drug-free life.

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