It is important to find the drug rehab program that will best suit your needs. There are many types and styles of treatment programs available. The Admissions department at any drug and alcohol treatment center will be happy to give answers to your questions. Here are five general areas and specific questions for you to inquire about.
It is entirely appropriate to be asking questions of a drug reab program. This can be difficult and spring some emotional triggers for you. However, you can do it. Find the right one for you so that you do not end up in a program that is not compatible with you or a simply poor program.
5 Questions To Ask A Drug Rehab –
1. Is the drug rehab program appropriate for you? Your needs should match well with the program’s care and treatments.
2. Is the drug rehab program accredited? This is very important. Look for one of these two accreditations: the Joint Commission on Accredited Health Organizations (JCAHO) or the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). These organizations only accredit rehab programs that have passed inspections. They must also meet the organization’s guidelines and health standards.
3. What are the certifications of staff members? It is critical that the staff has adequate training in order to treat you. They should be certified as licensed drug counselors, and hopefully at least a few of them will hold master’s degrees in this area. You should inquire about how you will be matched up with a counselor. The relationship you will have with the counselor you are assigned to is important for your recovery.
4. What is the program’s philosophy and approach to treatment? There are different ways to approach treating a drug problem. Different programs will have different ways to approach treating you. You may find that some programs focus on different things such as religions, spirituality, medical, and/or psychological. If you are uncomfortable with the information provided, you can look for another program.
5. What is their weekly schedule for patients? Ask for a copy of one example. You can then determine the variety of activities available, the amount of participation in group therapy, and the amount of time with your own counselor. You can also see how many times you will be expected to attend group-counseling sessions. You can also see what the activities are focused on, such as life, grief, diagnosis, etc.
After determining that you need treatment, enter it quickly after making an informed decision. Do your research on the available drug rehab programs in your area and the surrounding areas. Ask as many questions as you need to until you feel comfortable that you know as much as you need to about the program. You do need to complete some research before you choose the right one for you. When you do go ahead and enter.