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Long-Term Drug Rehabilitation Help

long-term drug rehabilitationA long-term drug rehabilitation program is generally considered to be residential treatment of more than 30 days, however more time than that is recommended. For example, there are many successful applications demonstrating that 90 days or more is more effective.

Some programs can last 6 months, 12 months or even longer. There is no definite set period of time that will guarantee the best results, which is why an open-ended program that allows for individual treatment planning is often better, since some poeple may get well in less time than others, and it is impossible to say all people will receive the same amount of benefit in any given length of time.

Contact us today for more information on successful long-term drug rehabilitation programs and to locate facilities that can accommodate your needs.

Call 1-877-920-2533 to speak with a long-term rehabilitation representative.

Why Long-Term Rehabilitation Programs?

long-term rehabilitation helplineHere are just a few reasons why programs longer than 30 days are more effective:

Most addictions have heavy physical and mental problems to rehabilitation. In fact, it can sometimes take someone a month just to "shake the cobwebs off" and finally start to make some progress in their counseling.

On the physical side, proper nutrition and rest play a large part in total rehabilitation, and it may take someone several weeks before they start physically feeling well enough for their bodies to readjust and get enough food and sleep. Nutrional supplements, a healthy diet and exercise can assist this process. The most extensive physical rehabilitation procedure we know of to help rehabilitate someone is called a biophysical rehabilitation program, which helps to thoroughly detoxify someone before getting to the core issues of their addictions.

Everyone is unique, and some individuals need more time to focus on some aspects of their rehabilitation than others. For example, some people may take longer to begin to accept what they have done wrong and begin to see how they can be responsible for themselves and their actions, while others may have had some heavier trauma to deal with and put behind them.

Call 1-877-920-2533 now for help finding an effective long-term drug rehabilitation facility.

Rehabilitation Help

We can help you learn more about long-term drug rehabilitation programs. If you wish to speak with someone right away simply call 1-877-920-2533.

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