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Alcohol & Drug Treatment

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Loving FamilyLiving with dependency is an awful, miserable life experience for the many people who suffer from dependency to drugs and alcohol, and for people who have loved ones suffering from dependency to drugs and/or alcohol. We have served men and women in the Lafayette, LA area for over a decade, and we are ready to serve you. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a treatment method meant to help addicts come to understand their dependency, learn to identify and keep away from triggers that make them use, and learn to live as a recovering addict. Our center creates individualized, custom-designed rehabilitation plans to fulfill the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all their clients, and provides a wholesome, kind setting for addicts who want to start recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Largely as a result of the stigma of being ‘an addict,’ individuals and whole families generally tend to conceal issues with substance addiction from the rest of the world. This is not unusual, but normally creates lots of ill will and irritation between loved ones, friends, and the addict. In these particular circumstances, interventions are the easiest way to convince an addict to agree to rehabilitation. We encourage family members to use a counselor, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to conduct the intervention itself. Interventions can be very important for everybody involved, because they provide a safe atmosphere for people to verbalize their fears, frustration, and anger.

Along with interventions, detox is a process that cannot be confused with treatment, so it’s vital to understand that detox is not going to ‘cure’ an addict of their issues of drug abuse. Detox, or detoxification, is the first step towards recovery, and can help the addict effectively and swiftly withdraw from the substance(s) they are dependent on, occasionally with the aid of medication. Occurring in a residential or outpatient care center, social detoxification involves instructing the addict, and preparing them for treatment. Medically supervised detoxification (also known as medically supervised withdrawal) is a process that generally happens in a hospital wing or clinical facility, and the addict’s withdrawal is monitored by a nurse or medical doctor for their health. We offer either kind of detox depending on the needs of the client.

Our treatment center offers rehabilitation for people at all stages of addiction, whether they’ve just started showing signs of addiction, or are continuing abusers drugs or alcohol. Their treatment programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. For the most powerful and efficient treatment, our center evaluates how debilitating the dependency is, any contributing psychological components (including co-occurring disorders), and what path to recovery will be most effective for every individual client.

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Our residential rehabilitation program combines the most effective parts of inpatient (including 24/7 supervision and access to the medical staff) and outpatient treatment (such as comfortable, homey facilities and contact with real world situations and problems). Due to the fact that each client’s rehabilitation plans are custom-made to be individualized to their particular requirements, no plan is the exact same as any other. However, clients can expect to take part in group or one-on-one therapy, behavioral modeling techniques, daily recovery support classes, recreational activities, and daily trips to the gym, all from the comfort of an attractive residential home. If you or a loved one is in the Lafayette, LA area and is in need of treatment, call today. For more information about addiction, interventions, detox, or rehabilitation facilities, please call (337) 227-9280 to talk with us.