If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, let us help you find the care you need.
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It’s never too late to take the first step toward recovery.
There are a variety of care options for those suffering from chemical dependency. Each patient’s treatment program will depend on their substance use history and their clinical needs. Logistics and lifestyle also play a large role in this decision. While recovery must come first, it is often impossible for struggling addicts to take the time away from their lives to enter a residential inpatient program. The good news is that there are several options for those who need to keep working and raising their families while they’re getting help. Some of the more common forms of addiction treatment include:
You don’t have to make the choice between getting the help you need and losing what you have. Long Island Addiction Resources is ready to help you find a quality addiction treatment program.
Each addiction treatment program should include:
Inpatient treatment involves an extended stay at a care facility (usually 28-30 days) so patients can get the help they need without distraction. This is an especially viable option for those who started abusing drugs or alcohol as a result of their environment, and need to remove themselves from their toxic circumstances. Inpatient treatment is also ideal for those with serious long-term addiction who have relapsed after outpatient treatment.
Outpatient programs and IOP programs allow patients the flexibility they need to continue their lives while getting help for their addiction. These programs are usually broken down into weekly sessions consisting of group therapy, individualized counseling and assorted supplemental therapies. These supplemental therapies can include anything from traditional methods like Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to more integrative practices like yoga, tai chi and meditation.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP) is a combination of outpatient and inpatient treatment. Patients stay offsite, but are still part of a residential program and attend outpatient therapy. If applicable, participants can sometimes receive help with things like finding a job, legal fees and life skills training.
Our friendly and compassionate customer service representatives will help you determine which treatment option is right for you and work quickly to match you with a quality program.
Most addiction treatment centers work with insurance providers to make treatment more manageable for patients. Don’t let finances get in the way of your recovery. Call Long Island Addiction Resources today at (855) 213-4447 so we can help you navigate the insurance verification process and get you started on the road to recovery.
First Step – You can start your recovery journey by calling Long Island Addiction Resources at (855) 213-4447. Our customer service representatives will assess your care needs and start working immediately to get you into an appropriate treatment program.
Second Step – Once we have found suitable options, we will assess your insurance situation and answer any questions you may have regarding coverage and the facilities we’ve suggested.
Third Step – Once we’ve worked out all of the logistics, we will arrange prompt and expedient entry into your program so you can begin the recovery process and start healing. The most important thing is taking that first step.
No matter how hopeless your substance abuse may seem, there is always a way out. It starts with recognizing a problem and taking action to save yourself or your loved one.
We are ready to help you find the best possible addiction treatment centers on Long Island. Call Long Island Addiction Services today at (855) 213-4447 so we can explore our extensive database of care programs and get you the help you need.
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