The New Year is all about taking a look at your life and deciding on what you’ll work on the following year. Anything from committing a gym routine to learning a new skill can be used as a New Year’s resolution, but not everyone has the same goals. If you’re battling addiction, your next year should instead be focused on starting an addiction treatment program.
What Is Addiction Treatment?
Mentioning rehab or addiction treatment to others is often met with thoughts of support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs. While these groups and treatment styles are important parts of recovery, the treatment itself has evolved significantly. Today’s treatment programs at America’s Rehab Campus take a comprehensive and holistic approach to addiction in order to make sobriety easier to achieve than ever.
Treatment at ARC doesn’t stop there though, as our team’s goal is to help you achieve lifelong sobriety rather than simply getting you clean while in treatment. We help you discover and address past traumas and experiences that led to you turning to substance abuse as a coping mechanism. New, healthier coping mechanisms take the place of drug or alcohol use to give you the tools and knowledge needed to support long-term sobriety.
How Long Does Rehab Take?
While recovery from addiction is a lifelong endeavor, treatment itself typically takes up to 90 days from start to finish. It starts when you come to terms with your substance abuse concerns and enter medical detox to prepare for treatment. After safely detoxing, you’ll enter an individualized treatment plan that aligns your program with your personal life goals you want to achieve once sober. For example, you can spend time working with our career coaches to find work that suits your personality and creates a sense of fulfillment.
Completing a full 90 day inpatient treatment program is considered to be the most effective way to overcome addiction, especially with the compassionate team at ARC. The longer you’re able to commit to treatment, the more you’ll benefit from your time here. Even after treatment, ARC provides you with a network of support groups and relapse prevention experts as we understand addiction is a chronic condition that changes in severity throughout your life.
How Can I Start Treatment for the New Year?
It’s easy to let certain New Year resolutions fall to the wayside when you tackle them alone. When it comes to addiction treatment and rehab at ARC, you’ll have 24/7 support from a compassionate and experienced team that share a common goal of helping you take back control of your life from addiction.
If you’re ready to make the call and start treatment, the easiest way to initiate the process is to reach out to the ARC team today.