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Recovering from Substance Abuse is Possible with Our Help
You didn’t set out to become a drug addict. Whether you started using drugs out of curiosity, or to self-treat some underlying physical or mental condition (pain, depression, schizophrenia), you didn’t want to become so dependent that you couldn’t function without them.
Life is full of stressors: whether we are dealing with our work, family, health, or politics. Many people cope with stress in different ways. But one of the least helpful ways to deal with stress is through substance abuse, because substance abuse can lead to job loss, financial issues, major health problems and sometimes even death.
There are many harmful effects that substance abuse has on the brain, overall health and on other aspects of life. Here are some of the more troubling problems that drug abusers deal with, day in and day out:
- Substance abuse is responsible for more deaths, illnesses and disabilities than any other preventable health condition.
- Substance abuse can lead to behavioral issues such as paranoia, impaired judgment, impulsiveness and loss of self-control.
- Impaired judgment leads to issues with friends and family.
- Irreparable brain damage, dementia, memory loss and suicidal thoughts become more common.
- It can ruin your life financially, forcing you to get a lower status job, while spending a large chunk of income on drug money.
- Pregnant woman that have substance abuse issues are more likely to experience birth defects.
Did you know that 22.5 million people (8.5 percent of the U.S. population) aged 12 or older needed treatment for drug or alcohol abuse in 2014? A National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that only 4.2 million (18.5 percent of those who needed treatment) received any substance abuse treatment in the same year. SAMSHA noted that of these 4.2 million, about 2.6 million people received treatment from specialty rehab programs.
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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.
Accept Most Insurances
The cost of going to rehab and getting the treatment you need can easily be handled by your insurance provider.
These numbers show us that while many people need help, not everybody is ready to find a solution for addiction. But before considering whether your substance abuse is a problem, it’s important to ask yourself: do you or your loved one feel the need to change the following things?
- The way you deal with stress.
- How you think about yourself.
- Who you allow in your life.
- What you do in your free time.
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Substance Abuse Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
The National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services reports that 45 percent of Americans seeking substance abuse treatment have been diagnosed as having a co-occurring mental illness and drug or alcohol problem.
At Willow Springs, we understand the best way to combat a co-occurring disorder is by using an integrated treatment approach. When both conditions are addressed at the same time with intensive therapy, you or your loved one have a greater chance of making a full recovery.
Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- Reduced substance use
- Improved psychiatric symptoms and functioning
- Decreased hospitalization
- Increased housing stability
- Fewer arrests
- Improved quality of life
Choose Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Inpatient substance abuse treatment
A safe and structured environment is an important aspect of drug or alcohol recovery so you or your loved one can devote time and attention to learning new coping skills and building a strong sense of self-worth. One of the primary benefits is to have time and distance away from the addictive substance. Therapy is provided on a daily basis as are support groups, which encourage people to share advice and foster trust. Detoxification and withdrawal are more comfortable under 24-hour supervision. Medications might be prescribed to relieve symptoms of mental illness or reduce cravings for drugs and alcohol. Drawbacks include no contact with friends or family, depending upon program rules, and living at a substance abuse treatment facility for an extended period of time. At Willow Springs, everything you or your loved one needs, such as recovery resources and an experienced staff, are available in a single setting where you or your loved one can focus exclusively on rehabilitation.
Outpatient substance abuse treatment
Sure, outpatient programs allow you or your loved one to maintain work, school, and home obligations. But studies show that outpatient care is less effective than inpatient substance abuse treatment programs in up to 50 percent of cases. Someone with a dual diagnosis, for example, is less motivated and compliant when it comes to following rules such as keeping counseling appointments or attending group meetings. Outpatient programs are geared toward people who are cognizant of the fact that they have a substance abuse problem and want to change. Many times, people with drug or alcohol dependencies have trouble with denial and need specialized attention and encouragement without distractions or temptations.
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Remembering who you were prior to your drug or alcohol addiction might produce mixed emotions. Maybe you enjoyed your life before you started abusing substances, but you are afraid to return to old habits that triggered your addiction in the first place.
It’s okay to be scared. Take that first step toward recovery by calling us. We are here to help you the rest of the way. At Willow Springs, our substance abuse treatment program can help you regain your sense of self and help you get back to being who you really are.