The moment you contact Sobriety Solutions is the moment you focus on the solution, not the problems.
Our admissions process is simple. We understand that reaching out for help can be overwhelming. When you call Sobriety Solutions, you will be speaking with a caring and knowledgeable treatment specialist who will address all of your concerns, answer any questions you may have, and walk you through every step of the process.
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There is no one-size-fits-all model for addiction treatment. What works to help one addict or alcoholic find sobriety may not work for another. With varying severities of dependence from one person to another, your treatment specialist can help identify which level of care is best for you.
Confusion about different levels of care should not bar anyone from receiving the assistance they need to achieve sobriety.
Understanding the different levels of care for addiction treatment
Early intervention services are a precursor to treatment. They are designed for individuals who are at risk of developing a substance use disorder but do not display any diagnostic criteria to be admitted to rehab. During early intervention, treatment focuses on the risk factors that predispose the person to drug addiction and educates the individual about the negative repercussions of drug misuse.
Outpatient treatment requires patients to attend regularly scheduled meetings. This level of treatment allows patients to carry on with their routine while receiving face-to-face services with addiction or mental health professionals. It addresses the severity of the individual’s addiction, helps implement behavioral changes and ameliorates mental functioning. Patients may transition to the first level of treatment from a more robust program.
The main reason people choose partial hospitalization programs is that they don’t have to spend weeks isolated from their families, but can instead have that organic support during treatment. PHP is designed for those who want intensive treatment, but more freedom and most importantly, the ability to return to their families in the evening. Typically, patients spend several hours on weekdays at the facility participating in a structured schedule that’s personalized to the needs and situations of individual patients.
When you use large amounts of drugs and alcohol for an extended period of time, dependence develops. Not only is there a psychological dependence in wanting to drink or use more but there is also physical dependence. The body of an addict or alcoholic becomes reliant upon these substances to survive.
When a substance-dependent person gets clean and sober, they usually experience physical withdrawal symptoms. Medical detox is the process of helping an alcoholic or addict separate from substances in a safe and medically supervised environment. Detox usually takes place on an inpatient basis and withdrawal is often managed with medication.