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Long Term Rehabs by State

Long Term Rehabs by State

How Do I Know If I Need Long-Term Drug Rehab?

If you are unable to maintain any length of lasting sobriety, you want to consider long-term residential treatment. There are countless stories of addicts going through multiple drug treatment programs with no success. Unfortunately, these are often outpatient or short-term rehabilitation services. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency estimate that over 22 million Americans struggle with addiction. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration report only around 10% of these Americans receive treatment. Deciding if you need long-term treatment should be an easy decision. However, this is not the case and millions of addict’s cycle through relapse and addiction.

If you are abusing drugs chronically, you need long-term inpatient treatment. If you are struggling to maintain sobriety or continually relapse, residential long-term rehab is the best option. Even if you are a casual drug user, or a recreational drug user, and want to change your life, a long-term treatment plan is the best choice. Addiction and dependence on drugs and alcohol happen easily, and it does not take much to relapse. Long-term drug rehab ensures you have a solid foundation to work off of. It prepares you for the problems to come and in the end, it is your choice whether or not you go back to drugs or alcohol. If you are still unsure, there are countless assessments and evaluations you can go through to help determine this. Addictions counselors and even online assessments are useful tools to use when determining if long-term inpatient care is necessary.