If you or a loved one struggles with drug abuse or addiction, then it might be time to consider treatment at one of the Sovereign Health’s drug addiction rehab facilities. According to a 2015 survey by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 27.1 million people aged 12 or older used an illicit drug in the past 30 days, which corresponds to about 1 in 10 Americans. In 2015, 14 percent of people aged 12 or older (3 million people) who needed substance use treatment received treatment in the past year. Among people in specific age groups in 2015 who needed substance use treatment, 11.2 percent of adolescents aged 12 to 17, 10.4 percent of young adults aged 18 to 25, and 15.5 percent of adults aged 26 or older received substance use treatment in the past year.
Treatment is available, but many do not seek it. People may not understand the danger of attempting to go cold turkey on one’s own, as an unmonitored withdrawal process is intense and even harmful to one’s health. An active addiction alters the personality, transforms the individual and dominates the daily life of the addicted individual.
While substance abuse can kill, an individual can reduce the risk and enrich his or her life by entering rehabilitation. Sovereign Health treats patients holistically, incorporating programs for improving the mental, physical, social and emotional health in patients; including the physical withdrawal that accompanies conquering an addiction.
Drug Rehab at Sovereign Health
Finding the rehab center which will work best for the individual is not the easiest task, as some rehab or treatment centers only treat certain addictions. The list of addictive substances and drugs can include: methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, opiates, prescription drugs, cocaine, club designer drugs and more. The best rehab center will customize a treatment program for the individual and not the addiction.
Sovereign Health creates a personalized treatment method for each patient and screens for any underlying mental, behavioral or other substance abuse conditions as well. If left untreated, an underlying condition could lead to repeated drug relapse. The multidisciplinary staff at Sovereign Health will conduct the assessment of a new patient by gathering information on the patient’s biological, psychological and social symptoms of the addiction (and also taking into account the patient’s family history and a psychiatric evaluation).
Why Choose Sovereign Health?
Sovereign Health is accredited and licensed for treatment of addiction, as well as mental health. Once an accurate diagnosis has been developed, a personalized treatment plan is built for the patient. This plan utilizes an array of therapeutic activities adjunct to therapy, like art, yoga, meditation, equine therapy, and exercise, on top of individual and group psychotherapy. These therapeutic activities help the patient reintegrate into society with all the tools needed.
At Sovereign Health, patients have the option to use naturally assisted detox and biofeedback, which restore the brain and lowers the effects of withdrawal. The brain wellness program at Sovereign Health uses cognitive therapy with other methods to help restore function in the brain.
Patients at a Sovereign Health facility will not only receive support during treatment but after as well. Patients can build a healthy and sober lifestyle with continued support. Do not let an addiction destroy your life or the life of one you love. Call our 24/7 helpline now!