A Guide to the Best Drug Rehabs

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Addiction affects over 23 million people in the U.S. currently, and that number is only growing. As the number of people becoming addicted continues to rise, more and more people are going to seek treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Recommended Rehabs wants to help make that process a little easier for you and your loved ones.

We’ve created a simple guide to help you through the drug treatment process. Follow the steps below to find a drug rehab that fits your individual needs, whether based on location, financing options, therapies offered, or amenities.

  1. Search by State, City, or Zip Code
  2. Using filter options, find a drug rehab that fits your needs.
  3. Contact the treatment center directly to start the admission process.

Once you have made a decision to enter drug treatment, the process begins. The information below outlines the steps to expect once you make initial contact. We hope to help you complete the entry process with ease, so the addicted person can begin to focus on recovery as soon as possible.

1. Admissions and Intake

The intake process begins when you start making arrangements to enter drug treatment. A center will request your insurance information and run your policy to ensure you are covered for substance abuse treatment.  Typically, if a center does not offer detox onsite, they will help set you up at a facility to get started with drug treatment.

2. Detox

Someone who has been addicted to drugs and alcohol often requires medically assisted detox in a safe environment. They may need medications and nutrients in order to safely stop abusing drugs. Most people can expect to be in the detox period for anywhere from 7-10 days, sometimes more depending on the substance, length of use, and amount of use.


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3. Drug Rehab Programs

When people think of drug rehab, they are referring to inpatient drug rehab, although there are other options for those who cannot afford to enter an inpatient center for 30+ days. Fortunately, there are varied levels of care to choose from in starting the drug rehabilitation process:

  • Inpatient Programs
  • Partial Day Programs
  • Outpatient Programs

4. Recovery Programs & Aftercare

Once an inpatient or outpatient program is completed, there is still more to the recovery process. Drug treatment is just the beginning. While attending a treatment program, clients are introduced to various recovery programs including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, SMART Recovery and more. Studies show that participation in some type of recovery support group increases a person’s likelihood of staying sober. Other aftercare options include ongoing therapy, medication management, and sober living homes. All of these have proven to be beneficial to newly sober addicts.

Find a Drug Rehab Near You

Let us help you find the best drug rehab that fits your needs when seeking help for addiction.

Get Help for Drug & Alcohol Addiction Today

If you find that you are in need of assistance, please call us at 1-800-581-0754 to speak to an addiction specialist who can assist you in finding the right drug and alcohol rehab center to fit your individual needs. Don’t wait, recovery is just a phone call away.

Search for the Best Drug Rehabs by State

RecommendedRehabs.com makes it easier for people seeking the best rehab facilities to find the right center for their needs, anywhere in the U.S. This vast network of top-rated drug and alcohol treatment centers includes specialized options for luxury rehab settings or executive programs. Our comprehensive lists help you choose the ideal location, whether near your home for ongoing community contact, or far away, to make a fresh start in a new environment.

What are your chances for successful treatment? Research shows that statistically, longer inpatient courses of treatment produce better outcomes than more limited programs. That’s why we’ve included plenty of 30-day, 60-day and 90-day choices with various levels of care, and we collect reviews from people who have been there.

Just click on a state to start searching for a program that fits your needs or those of a loved one. If you prefer, speak to an advisor by phone 24/7, by calling 1-800-581-0754 for assistance. If you are having an emergency, please call 911 immediately.

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