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For the many people who are afflicted by dependency to drugs and/or alcohol, and also for those who have loved ones affected by dependency to drugs and alcohol, living with addiction is an all-encompassing, awful, unhappy experience. The process of rehabilitation, or rehab, is to help addicts come to realize their dependency, learn how to identify and steer clear of triggers that lead them to use, and learn to live as an addict in recovery. Drug Rehab Fremont, CA creates individualized, custom-designed treatment plans to address the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all their clients, and offers a healthy, compassionate setting for addicts who wish to start recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction.
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Unfortunately, as a result of the stigma of being ‘an addict,’ lots of people conceal their problems with addiction from their family members, and occasionally whole families conceal problems with dependency from the outside world. However conventional this response to dependency is, it generally causes frustration, fury, and spite between loved ones, friends, and the addict. In these specific cases, interventions are one of the best ways to get an addict to go into treatment, and Interventions Fremont strongly encourages using a therapist, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to supervise the intervention itself. Interventions aren’t only effective for convincing an addict to enter rehab, but can also create a safe atmosphere for people to communicate their concerns, irritation, and anger in a controlled way.
Detox is a process that is also confused with rehab, but it is important to keep in mind that detox won’t ‘cure’ an addict from their problems with substance abuse. Detox, or detoxification, is a great first step towards recovery, and will help the addict properly and quickly withdraw from the substance(s) they are dependent on, sometimes with the aid of prescribed medicine. Social detoxification is a process that may take place in a residential or outpatient facility, and involves instructing and readying an addict for rehab. Medically supervised detoxification (often called medically supervised withdrawal) is a type of detox that occurs in a hospital or inpatient facility in which the addict’s withdrawal is observed by a nurse or doctor. Depending on the requirements of their client, Detox Fremont can offer either type of detox.
For people in all levels of addiction, whether they have only started using, or if they habitually use drugs and/or alcohol, Drug Rehab in Fremont is able to offer healthy, efficient recovery. Their rehabilitation programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. Drug Rehab Fremont, CA provides the most powerful, effective rehabilitation by assessing the roots of the dependency, any contributing psychological factors (like co-occurring disorders), and the optimal path towards recovery for each and every individual client.
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Drug Rehab Fremont, CA’s residential rehabilitation program blends the most efficient aspects of inpatient (such as 24/7 supervision and access to the clinical staff) and outpatient treatment (such as comfortable, home-like accommodations and contact with real world situations and problems). Because each and every client’s rehab plans are custom-made to be individualized to their particular needs, no plan is the exact same as any other. Most often, however, clients will take part in group or one-on-one treatment, behavioral modeling techniques, daily support classes, recreational activities, and daily trips to the gym, all from the comfort of an attractive residential home. Call 510-210-0337 to speak to Drug Rehab Fremont, CA’s recovery specialists for additional information about substance addiction in general, interventions, detox, or rehab programs.