Understanding the Problem
The National Institute on Drug Abuse explains that about 23.5 million Americans have a drug problem. Concurrently, only about 11.2 percent (or 2.6 million) get treatment. Some people don’t know how to go about quitting their drug habits. For example, they’ve tried to stop using, and quit cold turkey at home.
However, after the first few bouts of withdrawal symptoms, they’re using again. No matter which side of the equation you’re on, you can experience pain-free, safe withdrawal during detox. Specifically, inpatient detox is an excellent option.
Outpatient or Inpatient Detox?
What Happens after the Detox?
High-quality facilities offer a seamless transition from drug or alcohol detox to rehab. For example, if you’re recovering from heroin detox, you can start working with counselors to learn why you used. When your body no longer believes that it needs the drug to survive, you can focus on the psychological addiction. Excellent rehab facilities offer a broad range of addiction treatment programs.