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For over a decade, we have been helping men and women in the state of Kansas overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol. For the many people who suffer from dependency on drugs or alcohol, and also for people that have loved ones suffering from dependency on drugs and/or alcohol, living with addiction is an overwhelming and unhappy life experience. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a treatment method in which addicts come to understand their dependency, learn to recognize and avoid triggers that make them use, and learn how to live life as a recovering addict. To address the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all their clients, Our rehabilitation center develops individualized, customized treatment plans, and offers a wholesome, caring atmosphere for addicts who want to start the process of recovery.
What Does Our Rehab Center Do?
For addicts who don’t realize that their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol is an issue, or who oppose treatment, the first step towards recovery is regularly an intervention. In an intervention, the addict’s friends, family, and loved ones come together as a well-organized team to confront the addict regarding their drug and/or alcohol dependency, present the addict with examples of how they have hurt themselves or others, and to encourage them to go into a treatment center. Our rehab center supports utilizing a certified interventionist to guide a successful intervention. It is extremely essential to remember that an intervention is NOT treatment, and it won’t stop the addict from using drugs and/or alcohol all by itself. When followed up right away by treatment, interventions are effective, powerful tools for getting loved ones to help.
Detox is another part of treatment that many – although, not all – addicts may require prior to rehab. Since withdrawal can be very uncomfortable and distressful, detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised process designed to safely withdraw the addict. Certain medicine and an IV for hydration and nutrition are occasionally required for this process. For people that have been hooked on alcohol, opiates, and certain other types of substances, detox is an extremely necessary stage of rehabilitation, since withdrawal from these drugs can actually be fatal without medical assistance. ‘Cold turkey’ can be a dangerous or even deadly choice, though a lot of people mistakenly think it’s safe. Detox will only help an addict safely withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol, not end the dependency because detox is only one part of treatment.
Our rehabilitation center offers treatment for people in all levels of dependency, whether they’ve only begun displaying indicators of dependency, or are chronic abusers drugs and alcohol. Their rehabilitation programs include but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. For the most powerful and efficient treatment, our staff evaluates how profound the addiction is, any contributing psychological components (like co-occurring disorders), and what path towards recovery will be the most effective for each individual client.
We Can Help!
People who are afflicted by dependency are willing to hurt themselves, and also the people that they love, proving addiction is an insidious, frightening disease. Sadly, there’s no miraculous ‘cure’ for addiction, but individuals who seek treatment at qualified, accredited rehabilitation facilities regularly find success in their recovery. Our treatment program is fact-based and medically proven treatment plans include individual and group therapy meetings, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step groups, behavioral modeling, and all the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility. If you or someone you love is in the state of Kansas and is in need of services such as detox, inpatient rehab, residential treatment, intensive outpatient give us a call at (620) 220-6695.