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Introduction

When a person has trouble quitting drugs or alcohol even when it is causing problems in his or her life, the person could be diagnosed with substance use disorder. This relatively new term includes substance abuse and addiction. Substance use disorder is a complicated problem that touches every aspect of a person's life – mind, body and spirit.

Addictive substances are capable of changing a person's brain over time, leading to changes in thinking and behavior. Because of this and all of the problems a substance can cause in a person's life, it can be incredibly difficult to stop using it. Many people require the support of professionals to succeed in overcoming substance use disorder.

Ideally, a person's treatment plan should be customized to fit their needs. Many types of treatment are available, from intensive programs to flexible options. Treatment plans often include a progression from one type of treatment program to the next, such as transitioning from detox to an intensive program to continuing with support groups.

The Oklahoma Drug Control Update showed that Oklahoma fell into the top ten states in the nation for drug use rates across numerous categories from 2009 to 2010. For ages 12 and up, it was in the top ten for non-medical use of pain relievers in the last year and use of illicit drugs in the past month. While Oklahoma has problems with various drugs, it also offers treatment centers that can help a person overcome a substance problem.

Type & Length of Care:

Long Term Treatment Programs (90-Day)

A person has the option to enter a long-term program, which generally takes place in inpatient facilities. These programs last up to 90 days, or as long as a year for some specialized programs. Long-term programs help the person truly focus on the problems leading to his or her substance use and how to overcome the substance problem. Long-term treatment gives the person the time and focus to really change.

Short Term Treatment Programs (28 / 30 Day)

A short-term program lasting up to a month can be used to quickly turn a person's life around. It offers fast and intensive treatment to stop the substance use and start a sober life. Generally, it helps for the person to continue with ongoing outpatient treatment when a short-term program is complete.

Outpatient / Inpatient

People tend to prefer either inpatient or outpatient treatment to fit their needs and lifestyles. Inpatient programs remove the people and environment that can trigger substance use, and they put the entire focus on recovery for the time being. Alternatively, outpatient programs suit some people because they provide flexibility to continue caring for their family or taking care of other responsibilities.

Residential Treatment Services:

Detox

To begin addiction treatment, the person needs to get the substance out of his or her body, but doing this quickly can cause symptoms of acute withdrawal. These vary based on the situation and substance, but can include chills, shakes, seizures and more. The detox process is designed to help with this withdrawal period with medication, supervision and other services for a safer, more comfortable experience. The person should continue with rehab treatment after detox.

Sober-living house

Many people are not ready to go back home after completing a rehabilitation treatment program. They can benefit from staying in a sober-living house, which offers a sober atmosphere to help them transition back to the triggers of real life.

Dual diagnosis

Someone with a substance use disorder is generally checked for a mental health disorder as well. If the person has both, he or she is treated for both problems through a dual diagnosis.

Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs:

Oklahoma includes abuse and treatment for a variety of drugs. Some of the top ones include pain medication, methamphetamines and alcohol. The main drug problem in the state comes from prescription drugs.

Conclusion:

Professional treatment provides the support and tools that can help you or your loved one finally overcome a substance problem. Being open to traveling provides the best pool of quality treatment programs and helps get you away from people and places that encourage substance use. Start a program for immediate help by contacting us today.

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