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Introduction

Substance abuse problems can throw lives completely out of balance, with fallout that can include lost jobs and relationships, legal problems or even death. Here in Arkansas, around 400 people die every year from opiate overdoses. Arkansas is among the top ten states for methamphetamine arrests.

Professional treatment can help. Going through a drug treatment program that fits the needs of the person being cared for can help them identify abuse triggers, find new coping mechanisms and rebuild a healthy and happy life.

Type & Length of Care

Drug treatment facilities offer a number of programs tailored to the patient and their needs. These can include any of the following:

Long Term Treatment Programs (90-Day)

A long term residential program can help people go through all stages of treatment in a safe and supporting setting.

Short Term Treatment Programs (28/30-Day)

Short term treatment programs allow individuals to seek treatment at a lower cost and with less disruption to their lives. This can be a good option for many people who feel that a short period of personalized care will suit their needs better than a longer stay at a residential facility.

Outpatient vs Inpatient

In inpatient programs, you will live at the facility for the duration of your treatment. There is typically a period of time at the beginning of treatment dedicated to detox. During the first part of your stay, you will most likely be restricted from having visitors, talking on the phone or using social media. These treatment programs are typically more intensive. Time at the facility removes all temptations and distractions that can get in the way of recovery.

With outpatient treatment, you visit each day or each week for counseling sessions, classes and other parts of your treatment. The advantages of outpatient treatment include lower cost, less disruption and the ability to continue working or caring for your family.

Residential Treatment Services

Residential treatment usually comes in stages, each designed to help the individual move toward lasting sobriety.

Detox

Detox is a medically-supervised phase during which the individual’s body metabolizes and removes drugs and alcohol. This phase may include physical withdrawal. The patient is kept comfortable. When appropriate, medications may be used to ease withdrawal symptoms during the detox phase.

Sober-living house

A sober living house can be a short or long term solution for someone struggling with substance abuse and dependency. Sober-living facilities use a combination of supervision and continued treatment to help those with drug dependency and abuse issues to reintegrate into society.

Dual diagnosis

Drug or alcohol dependency and abuse rarely occur alone. In many cases, mental health issues lead individuals to self medicate with recreational drugs. By addressing mental health, the facility can work to resolve the underlying issues that contribute to substance abuse problems.

Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs

Stimulants that include methamphetamine are among the most commonly reported drugs that people seek treatment for in Arkansas. In this state, as in others, a prescription drug abuse epidemic has been gaining speed. Individuals who abuse opiates may choose street drugs like heroin or abuse prescription drugs that include hydrocodone and oxycodone.

Conclusion

If you or someone you love struggles with substance abuse, treatment can help. Choosing the right facility for you is vital; often, one that is far from home can be a better choice because it removes the influence of local individuals and surroundings. The sooner you start treatment, the sooner you can regain health and open yourself to all of the opportunities sobriety can provide.

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