Drug Treatment Centers In Indiana

The decision to free yourself from drugs and alcohol is the best choice you can make. Where you choose to receive treatment is also a momentous decision. Contact us at Indiana Inpatient Rehab, one of the premier drug treatment centers in Indiana. We can get you on the path to sobriety.

What is drug addiction?

Addiction is a brain disease. Drug use stimulates the reward centers in the user’s brain. After an undetermined period, drug use alters the brain as well as its pleasure centers. At this point, a user can no longer achieve the sensation they previously felt on a lower dosage, so they take more drugs. That sensation is the “high” you feel when taking drugs. This cycle continues until they can not function without drugs.

Once the brain loses its ability to function without drugs, the person is in a crucial state. Intervention and treatment at a drug treatment facility is the only option. The addiction is no longer at a point where the person can manage it alone.  Seeking help at a treatment facility is the only way to break the cycle. Drug use alters the pathways and pleasure centers in the brain. Once addicted, there is no going back to the way the brain functioned before. But treatment can assist someone with not relapsing.

Can you cure drug addiction?

Sadly, no. Once you have developed a form of substance addiction, you will have to live with it. However, treatment can assist the addict with coping strategies and techniques so they can manage their addiction. But even with all the methods available, an addict always craves their drug of choice. The condition is manageable through coping techniques and strategies but never cured. Addiction is a lifelong condition for that person. However, some addicts utilize therapeutic methods with great success and maintain their sobriety their entire lives.

Some techniques used to help an addict remain sober are as follows:

  • Yoga and meditation
  • Collaborative group therapy
  • Individualized therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Relapse prevention techniques

Some of the most popular techniques that addicts utilize are the AA and NA groups. Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous are popular 12-steps programs that produce excellent results and success rates.

How do you pay for rehab?

Rehab can cost several thousand dollars. A quality inpatient facility for a 30-day stay is approximately $20,000. For those who stay longer, the costs can top $50,000. That is a considerable amount of money out of anyone savings. The cost of treatment is why some individuals forgo treatment.

Because of the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies started covering portions of substance abuse treatment. Your insurance can help defray some of the costs. Most drug treatment centers in Indiana accept major insurance providers. Speak to your inpatient facility about what insurance carriers they work with and speak with your insurance about what types of treatment they cover.

Don’t wait any longer for the sober life you desire. Contact Indiana Inpatient Rehab today to start your path to sobriety at one of the best drug treatment centers in Indiana.

Drug Treatment Centers In Indiana
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Drug Treatment Centers In Indiana
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