COLUMBUS, OH (PRWEB) April 13, 2014
A new long-term residential treatment program for individuals seeking relief from drug addiction is now available through Columbus Alcohol Drug Rehab.
Residential treatment allows a person time to heal from the ravages of abusing drugs like Ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana, and prescription drugs. The center takes into account all parts of a person's life and makes sure each troublesome area is addressed through the program.
People in Columbus, through getting involved in their own recovery process, learn skills and techniques so they can leave their drug use in the past. At first, the facility's medical staff will take an incoming client and perform a thorough medical examination. This provides a baseline from which any long-term treatment plan begins. Each individual will have different needs. Based on the staff's experience with residential treatment, they will know what direction to take.
The clinic offers a fully comprehensive program. It involves detoxification, individual and group therapy, physical activities, studying the nature of addiction, and attending 12-step meetings. Over time, clients rediscover and reclaim their own lives. They work through emotional, physical and mental issues that led them to abusing drugs. In the program, alcohol addiction, which co-exists with drug abuse many times, receives attention too.
Long-term treatment offers an extended level of care and support before people re-enter the "real world" and start their new lives. Another cornerstone of the plan is aftercare. Center staff members truly believe that if a person develops a solid life plan while in treatment, then the success rate of staying clean and sober rises.
Columbus Alcohol Drug Rehab understands the need within its community to offer this level of care and support. The program works, and continues to provide a much-needed path out of drug addiction for people that seek help.
For more information about long-term residential treatment in Columbus, click here or call 614-702-2251 for a free consultation.