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Rehab & Treatment

Will My Stay in Rehab Really be Confidential?

The confidentiality of a person’s stay in rehab depends on numerous factors, some of which are controlled and regulated by law while others may not. Being treated in a licensed and federally regulated treatment facility comes with federal and state regulations about patient confidentiality. There are federal and state…

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Reviewing DBT

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a form of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that was more specifically designed to help treat people struggling with borderline personality disorder. Since its original development in the 1980’s DBT is now seen to be an effective way of treating people struggling with a wider…

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How Stress Management Can Aid Rehab

Substance abuse and addiction are often the results of poor stress management and coping skills. However, recovering addicts who learn to manage their stress in rehab can support overall treatment and recovery while they even expedite the treatment process. To manage stress, it is essential to know where stress comes…

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Why You Should Consider the Advice to Go to Rehab

Professional treatment at a rehab facility may not be something you ever considered or thought would be necessary. In fact, many drug and alcohol addicts are unaware that they have a problem that needs to be treated! On the other hand, other drug addicts are fully aware of their drug…

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3 Tips for Controlling Your ADHD During Rehab

People who suffer from Attention  Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are at an increased risk for drug abuse, alcoholism and addiction. David Sack of Psych Central explains that three to five percent of the population struggles with ADHD, and up to thirty percent of them struggle with substance abuse. Sack further…

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What If Insurance Doesn’t Cover All the Treatment I Need?

The Affordable Care Act’s coverage of addiction treatment for drugs like Suboxone gives people greater access to care, but some services may not be covered.
Health Insurers and Addiction Treatment
Addiction, or substance use disorder, is a brain disease that benefits from treatment according to the National Institute on…

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How Can Outpatient Treatment Benefit Me?

The ability to merge addiction treatment for drugs like Suboxone with everyday life is a crucial advantage for many people. Outpatient treatment facilities allow a person to continue working or taking care of responsibilities while still devoting time to healing from an addiction.
Advantages of Outpatient Addiction Treatment
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Does Insurance Cover Addiction to Any Prescription Drug?

While prescription opioids such as OxyContin get all the attention when it comes to addictive prescription drugs, several other drug classes are addictive as well. Health insurers cover all types of chemical addictions, as long as a person’s need for treatment is considered medically necessary.
Health Insurance Coverage and…

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The Danger of Viewing One Type of Treatment as Better Than Another

Everyone likes to take sides. It is natural for people to pick favorites and just as natural to overlook the assets of alternatives. But adopting a narrow view of addiction treatments can be harmful. It can be so limiting that it hinders healing. In fact research shows that one powerful…

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Are There Music-Based Therapies for Rehab?

Music therapy can be a vital part of addiction treatment to drugs like Suboxone especially as a way to help patients process emotions and talk about their feelings.
What is Music Therapy?
Music therapists use instrumental or vocal techniques to improve a person’s physical, psychological and cognitive functioning. The…

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What Rehab Insurance Options Are Available for Low-Income Patients?

Sobriety is a priceless gift, but many people with a low income assume they cannot afford it. Financial obstacles may partially explain for a stunning fact uncovered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Survey on Drug Use and Health: 23.5 million people aged…

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Why Structure is Important in Rehab

Early sobriety is both exhilarating and overwhelming. Suddenly the addicted individual faces a new reality and must live life on life’s terms without Suboxone for refuge or to numb the emotional pain that follows detox. Establishing a daily routine is one action individuals in recovery can take to gain…

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How Much Should I Pay for Addiction Treatment?

Reports from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) show that substance abuse to drugs like Suboxone in America costs over $600 billion annually. Treatment can help to reduce those expenses as is shown to reduce associated health and social costs by far more than the cost of the treatment…

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The Benefits of Recreation During Rehab

Addiction is time consuming, but rehab is intense as well. Between attending group sessions, individual therapy appointments and off-site support group meetings, rehab may seem like it leaves recovering addicts with little margin for anything other than recovery. However, this mindset is not true: finding ways to relax, have…

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