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Medications? What Type of Medications?
If you entered one of the drug detox centers in Texas, you might be nervous to put drugs into your system, to help you with withdrawal from other drugs. We don’t blame you. For example, an opiate user might need clonidine to help ease withdrawal symptoms. This is a drug that helps reduce and calm the “fight or flight” response substance abusers often experience during detox.
Another example includes when doctors will use methadone or Suboxone during withdrawal. These are also used for people with opiate addiction for proper detoxification. Both methadone and Suboxone are opioids, but medical professionals will use them to help you or your loved one taper off your opiate use.
What Type of Treatment is Available?
Both outpatient treatment facilities and inpatient drug detox centers are available in Texas. If your drug addiction does not require detox, you may choose to complete treatment in an outpatient clinic. You would have to attend the drug detox center during the day, but at night, you would sleep at home. Another example is a methadone clinic. During the day, you would head to the clinic to get a dose and any treatment you need, then go home afterward.
Some drug addictions are particularly difficult on the body. This is when inpatient drug detox centers in Texas are necessary. Some addictions require immediate medical health and frequent oversight. They’re also effective if you’re attending inpatient rehab at the same center afterward. Then you can stay in the same environment for your entire recovery program.
Detox Without Treatment Is Not Sufficient Treatment
While detox is a crucial aspect of reaching sobriety, it’s only one step in the right direction. There are still many treatment options available to you. You can do 12-step programs, non 12-step-programs, inpatient, or outpatient care. Or a combination of these. At Willow Springs, we offer 12-step and non 12-step programs along with inpatient treatment. You can go straight from detox to treatment, so your journey to recovery is smooth.
How to Find Drug Detox Centers in Texas
Finding the best drug detox centers in Texas can be difficult. That’s why have created tailor-made, expert treatment programs to benefit a variety of substance abusers. Willow Springs is one of the premiere detox centers in Texas.
The best part is that it’s affordable. We accept many insurance plans, which makes our treatment affordable for nearly everyone. Call Willow Springs today to get into our drug detox program. You won’t regret it.
Individualized Treatment Plans
Our staff offers treatment plans that are completely designed for your substance abuse history.
On-Site Detox Program
Removing toxins from prolonged substance abuse is key to successful recovery, and you can receive it while you’re here.
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What Happens During Drug Addiction Treatment?
After detox, the real drug addiction treatment begins.
- Cognitive behavioral therapy: Your addiction didn’t happen in a vacuum. There was a reason you started abusing drugs. Sometimes a mental illness can lead to addiction, and sometimes addiction can cause a mental illness. CBT – an evidence-based, time-limited psychotherapy – can help you identify and treat the degree of co-morbid disorders, such as mental illness and addiction, if that is the case.
- Medical monitoring: Just as abusing drugs can put a strain on your body, so can getting off drugs.
- Physical activities: Hiking, swimming, gym workouts are all helpful in recovery, both as a distraction and way of making you healthier and happier. Exercising improves the performance of the heart and lungs, and activates the brain’s pleasure circuit (the runner’s high).
What Are the Types of Aftercare?
Since relapses are so common, aftercare is vital. In aftercare you learn skills that can mean the difference between failure and success, relapse and recovery, such as identifying, avoiding and coping with addiction triggers.
Basically aftercare is more therapy and/or support group meetings.
- Individual therapy: You meet one-on-one with a psychologist/psychiatrist.
- Group therapy: You and other recovering addicts together meet with a psychologist/psychiatrist.
- Narcotics Anonymous: A 12-step support group program similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. You meet with other addicts, tell your stories and struggles, and work the steps, including admit that you’re powerless over your addiction, turn your will and life over to the care of God or a higher power, and make a list of all persons you’ve harmed, and make amends wherever possible.
- SMART Recovery: Self-Management and Recovery Training is a non-12 step, secular support group, online and face-to-face, utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy techniques.
Why to Choose Willow Springs Recovery?
You need a treatment center with up-to-date facilities, an experienced medical staff, comfortable and comforting amenities and the follow-through to maximize the odds of your successful post-rehab recovery. Willow Springs Recovery has it all.
Willow Springs offers customized treatment based on your needs, with expert staff, including medical practitioners, psycho- and physical therapists, nutritionists and spiritual guides. The 38-acre property provides an attractive setting for recovery and contemplation, including comfortable and comforting rooms, a full gymnasium, and beautiful natural surroundings.
Plus Willow Springs works with health insurance providers around the country who may cover at least some of the costs of treatment. Use our Online Verification Form to check your plan’s coverage. There are no guarantees, except that you can’t recover if you don’t try. You didn’t choose to become an addict, but you can choose to try and change.