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Are there effective addiction treatments?

Yes there are many addiction treatments available but it will take work to find the one that is right for you or your loved one. What to look for when you are seeking treatment:

  • No single treatment is appropriate for everyone
  • Treatment must be readily available
  • Treatment must be catered to many different needs of the person, not just abusing drugs
  • Group Therapy & Counseling
  • Individual Therapy & Counseling
  • Medications are important for some treatments for addiction, but should be combined with therapies mentioned above
  • Treatment must be continuously reviewed and modified to suit the addicted’s persons changing
  • Other mental disorders must be taken into consideration
  • Detox is only the first step and must be followed by a recovery process
  • In order for treatment to be effective it does not have to be voluntary
  • Relapse does often occur
What is addiction?

A loose definition of addiction is when a drug user cannot stop abusing drugs or alcohol, even if they want to. Addiction is a disease that can happen at any age, to anyone from any class background. Just as Diabetes and Cancer are a disease so is addiction and it must be treated as such- with help. Addiction is a physiological or psychological dependance on a substance that is beyond voluntary control. Relapse and remission are involved cycles of addiction, just like other chronic diseases. Without addiction treatment or participation in recovery this disease is progressive and will eventually result in premature death or disability, among many other unfortunate life circumstances.

What is Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)?

An Intensive Outpatient Program also known as IOP is an outpatient solution that is typically 3 days – 5 days per week, usually 9 hours per week total. A clinical assessment determines the level of care that is needed for each individual. IOP may be needed as a step down from a higher level of care such as residential, php or detox. IOP may also be recommended if an individual is working and is only looking for a morning or nighttime outpatient solution to help steer individual in a better direction. Sometimes along with the individual the family may also become involved with the individuals IOP solution.

With Intensive Outpatient at Inspire we will help our clients to find appropriate living arrangements that will be conducive to the individuals growth toward a better life.

The goal of Intensive Outpatient is to build a foundation that each individual can grow upon spiritually, mentally and physically. Here at Inspire IOP we also help to add new skills that each person may add to their resume to expand their career opportunities.

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