Finding and Choosing an Orange County Drug Rehab

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, then finding an Orange County drug rehab center can be a challenge. When doing your research, asking the right questions can help you find the right drug rehab for yourself or your loved one.

Does it offer a variety of programs?

A rehabilitation treatment center should have a variety of different programs that will meet individual needs. These programs can include inpatient, outpatient, residential, and short stay options. Inpatient services are provided by a licensed hospital, while residential programs don’t need to meet the same standards but can still be a good choice. The length of the stay will need to depend on the stage and severity of the addiction.

How much does it cost?

This can usually be the first question someone asks. The price will depend on the type of treatment center you choose. However, you will need to know what is included and if there are any services that your insurance will cover. If you just ask how much it costs, it can be difficult to compare when you aren’t sure what services are being provided. The best way to figure out the cost range is by speaking with an intake advisor where you can discuss your financial concerns and insurance options so you can get treatment in the most affordable way. Not treating your addiction can be costly.

Is the program medically based?

There are some advantages to having on-site medical care for drug rehab since nurses and physicians can ensure a safer withdrawal from drugs and alcohol. If there is a medical staff that specializes in addiction medicine, they can also oversee treatment and make adjustments as needed. Make sure the center has accreditation and medical credentials, along with the appropriate state licensing.

What is the degree of family involvement?

Addiction can affect the entire family, and family members may not realize how deeply they have been affected by it. Family involvement can be an important part of the recovery process. There are rehabs that offer varying degrees of family involvement opportunities. Some offer family therapy, while others may offer some lectures. See if there is any family therapy, or if group therapy is included, so families can heal together.

Does it include continuing care?

Recovery is an ongoing process, and unfortunately, there aren’t any easy fixes. The skills that are learned in rehab will have to be translated into everyday life, and this can take some time. Some treatment programs will offer a follow-up program and have some continuing care that supports and monitors recovery. While aftercare may not be your first priority when trying to get help, it’s an important step in order to stay sober.