Club Drugs Addiction Treatment

Becoming an addict is rarely a choice. Typically, a long road of miscalculated decisions leads otherwise good individuals into a pit of darkness.

Help is available.

Options for Club Drugs Rehab

If you feel like you are being swallowed by overwhelming power, you can reach out to us. We have multiple program options available to suit anyone’s preferences.

Inpatient Addiction Rehabilitation

Our inpatient programs range in length from 1 to 3 months. During this time, you will build relationships with both patients and counselors. We’ve crafted individual counseling sessions. These sessions are designed to assist you in the discovery process.

This process will let you find what the root causes of your disorder are.

Then, you’ll work with other patients in group counseling sessions. As you work through these sessions, counselors will help you and your peers develop better-coping skills.

These skills will be vital once you are back on the outside.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

We understand that not all patients want to stay in our facilities. For those people, we’ve got several options for outpatient treatment. The most restrictive level requires patients to attend sessions five times a week.

Each of these sessions will last for a total of eight hours. The second most restrictive level lessons it to three days a week. Each of these sessions will be for six hours.

Finally, our general outpatient program is the least restrictive. You will attend sessions twice a week for two hours at a time. During all of these programs, you’ll follow the same curriculum we institute in our proven inpatient programs.

Family Therapy

Family can make a huge difference in the recovery process for addicts. When you think that you cannot make it yourself, the family can be there for you.

Therefore, we have a custom family therapy program.

Your family members can join you as you work through the recovery process. You will also develop new skills to survive better after the program, but your family will learn how they can also support you.

What are the different types of club drugs?

The most commonly used types of club drugs include

  • MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), also called Ecstasy and Molly
  • GHB (Gamma-hydroxybutyrate), also known as G and Liquid Ecstasy
  • Ketamine, also known as Special K and K
  • Rohypnol, also known as Roofies
  • Methamphetamine, also known as Speed, Ice, and Meth
  • LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide), also known as Acid

Interventions for Club Drugs Abuse

Are you a family member interested in getting help for one of your loved ones? If so, we can help you. We provide two options for intervention support.

We will send a team of trained individuals to assist you in the intervention for people who need immediate help.

Otherwise, we will train you on how you can approach intervention on your own. Either way, once you are ready, you can bring them to us.

First Responder Assistance

Unfortunately, many of those who work in our nation’s most vital jobs are placed in extremely high-pressure situations.

The result is often PTSD or substance abuse.

For those individuals, we have a program that assists first responders in recovery and abstinence. Let us know if you are interested in more details.

Club Drugs Addiction Medications

When users discontinue drugs, it is appropriate to provide them with pharmacological support. Typically, we divide this into two phases.

Your primary phase will be during the initial intake process. As you go through withdrawal, support medications will be given to alleviate the severity of the symptoms.

After the withdrawal process, you will be evaluated and considered for ongoing medication.

Withdrawal Management Medications

Withdraw management medications help to lessen the severity of many of the withdrawal symptoms.

These medications work by dampening the body’s pain sensitivity and relaxing it.

As users initially discontinue taking drugs, their bodies begin to go into shock. Depending on the severity of the addiction, withdrawal can sometimes be a life-threatening condition.

If emergency medical assistance is needed, you can rest assured. We will take great care of you or your loved ones.

Ongoing Support Medications

Even though there is no FDA approved medication, several options are available for ongoing support. Typically, these target things, such as depression or anxiety.

Because it’s impossible to use medication to target the root source of addiction, we can only reduce the number of triggers.

Most addicts use it because they are depressed or anxious. By getting you on a more suitable medication, it can relieve much of the temptation to relapse.

Ongoing Treatment and Relapse Prevention

Recovery is an ongoing process. Even after years have gone by, people can always relapse.

As long as you are dedicated to the recovery process, it is possible to live a sober life.

We have several options available. Each provides additional support for patients after graduating from our rehabilitation program.

Outpatient Therapy

Generally, we offer our patients ongoing outpatient therapy.

Many of our patients find they would rather continue counseling sessions with us than find a new counselor.

For these individuals, outpatient therapy sessions are available every week.

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics anonymous is a 12 step program designed after the similar Alcoholics Anonymous. You build bonds with other recovering addicts who are going through similar life experiences as you.

Together, you work through a twelve-step course.

This course helps you to discover the root causes of your impulsive and addictive behaviors. Then, it helps you to make amends with your past.

Additional Support

If you would like to request more information on additional ongoing support programs, please feel free to contact us. We understand every individual situation is different.

Not everyone responds the same to every treatment. We are committed to helping each of our clients develop an effective treatment program so that everyone can live a life free of addiction.

Tips to Prevent Club Drugs Relapse

Preventing relapse after you graduate is all about paying attention to triggers. By rearranging a few things in your life, you can drastically reduce the chances of relapse.

However, no one can do the work for you.

Until an individual is ready to recover, no one can really help them. Nevertheless, we will provide as much support as you need until you are ready. We know that together we can help you get through this.

The Value of a Support Network

Building a support network with your family and friends is vital. These are going to be the people that you rely on once you graduate from our program.

As long as you follow our counselors’ advice, you should have the tools you need to build an effective support network.

A support network is not a one-way street either. Much of the benefit of maintaining a support network comes from providing your friends and family with help when they need it. It gives you a way for you to feel valuable to your community and improve your self-image.

Building Better Coping Skills

Life is not an easy thing for anyone. Unfortunately, too many of us develop unhealthy coping habits before we even know what the word means. By the time we are adults, these coping habits are well ingrained and difficult to break.

Throughout our program, we will help you to identify these unhealthy habits.

Our counselors will develop strategies to help you break them. Ultimately, we will teach you ways to replace your unhealthy coping habits with healthy ones. Then, when stressful situations happen, it does not lead down a dark road for you.

Healthy Relationships Create Healthy People

Positive psychologists discovered happiness depends on the relationships we have with other people. As an addict, you probably feel a lot of shame. There is a good chance you’ve done some things to people that you regret.

These may even be people that you love very much. As bad as those actions were, you have nothing to be ashamed of. What matters is that you recognize the behaviors as wrong.

Now, as long as you are ready to make a change, you can begin to work on healing those relationships. Eventually, it will be as if none of those bad things ever even happened. People love you, and when you work on your relationships, you will be able to tell.

Get Help Today

Do not suffer from addiction on your own anymore. We are here to help. Please give us a call or contact us using one of the methods listed on our website.

Whether you are an addict or a family member, we understand how delicate the situation is. No one ever wants to call us. However, we answer the phone anytime they need to. When you are ready to make a change in your life, we will be here.

You can trust in us and our process. It has helped numerous other patients overcome the same thing that you are facing now. If those patients could make it through our program and go on to lead a life of sobriety, then so can you.

The only thing holding you back is yourself. No matter how difficult it seems, we know that you got this.

Don't delay another second when help is so close.


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