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Addiction is a chronic disease that can strike anyone at any time. While many people still attach a stigma to addiction, research and treatment have shown little to do with willpower or moral virtues over the last few decades. Like any disease, addiction is a condition that afflicts the body and impacts the mind requiring professional support to heal and recover from. A substance use disorder, addiction to drugs or alcohol, can arise for numerous reasons, but usually, the first stage in recovery is entering drug and alcohol detox.
At United Recovery Project, our luxury drug detox center makes the process of detoxification less of an ordeal. We help remove the stigma of substance use disorder and get residents healthy again.
One of the things that makes addiction difficult or near impossible to overcome on one’s own is its complexity. Substance use disorder has both physical effects like withdrawal and psychological aspects. An individual may develop a dependency inadvertently. Frequently, this is the case for individuals struggling with opioid use disorder. Given the potent nature of opioid prescriptions, people can follow their doctor’s instructions to the letter and still develop an addiction. Similarly, individuals can develop psychological dependence (sometimes called process addiction akin to gambling, sex, or gaming addiction) upon prescription medications taken to manage moods or help with sleep issues.
No matter why addiction has arisen, our team at United Recovery Project’s detox center can help. We offer numerous drug addiction withdrawal treatment programs for:
Across these substance abuse detox programs, residents work alongside our counselors, therapists, and medical professionals to not just overcome their withdrawal symptoms but begin the treatment process. Together we design a treatment plan that meets each individual’s unique needs and sets specific goals. These plans are then adjusted based upon resident progress through our programs.
Medical detox prevents potentially life-threatening complications that can arise and familiarizes residents with the treatment process. Once detox is completed, residents can transition into the addiction treatment program right for their needs to address substance use disorder’s emotional and mental aspects. Doing so vastly increases the chances of making a lasting recovery.
While detox is vital in cleansing one’s body and clearing one’s mind for the treatment, it is just the first step. It is very common for individuals to either develop a mental health issue while addicted or already have had one leading to dependency. It is equally likely that residents are unaware they have an underlying mental health issue or have developed one. Without treating both the substance use disorder and mental health issues simultaneously, residents are at a very high risk of relapse no matter how successful their detox. When these conditions happen together, it is called a co-occurring disorder. Our substance abuse detox center treats co-occurring disorders through dual diagnosis treatment.
When a mental health issue like a mood disorder arises, individuals experience distress. However, many of us are unable to recognize the signs of negative mental health properly. What people discover is that drugs or alcohol seem to alleviate their discomfort. Yet this is only a superficial fix. The underlying mental health issue is only masked and, in most cases, it worsens, creating a dangerous feedback loop where individuals abuse more substances due to their distress. Often, this is the cause of a substance use disorder. Some of the mental health treatments and detox therapy programs we provide include:
By treating both addiction and mental health issues simultaneously, residents can heal more fully.
Reach out to United Recovery Project’s detox center today at 833.525.0166 to begin the journey of recovery. Our team of medical experts, counselors, and therapists can help you or a loved one get on track to heal and make a lasting recovery.