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This is where effective rehabilitation advisory services come into the picture. There is a strategy for taking that first step and in most cases it’s the family of the affected alcoholic or drug user that effect that strategy for them.
Unlike the perception that the media presents about addiction rehab clinics our selection of detox clinics are in most cases setup in up-market home type environments that often have sauna, pool and gym facilities. The “treatment process” is centred around a “family” safe house structure so that patients don’t feel like they are imprisoned and the staff are trained professionals that have been through the process and are focused on the mentoring patients it re-structuring their lifestyles around sobriety. The entire gambit of addiction cannot be summarized into a neat little box that fits into residential treatment. Some individuals issues are dealt with without a a residential treatment centre admission. Tertiary and out-patient facilities enable many binge drinking alcoholics and patients to start on a recovery based lifestyle under their own steam.
There are many addiction recovery centres that are more than happy to take on new patents, however not all of these services have the expertise or maintain the ongoing success rates and after care. Many rehabs also use outdated addiction recovery techniques that have a high rate of relapse failure.
Free addiction recovery services like ours enable people to take the right advice and make the right decision when taking the first step toward a substance free lifestyle or choosing a rehabilitation centre. Our service starts with the unbiased patient and patients needs before we look at swatting the proverbial fly with a bus.
Dual diagnosis issues often underpin the root cause of an addiction such as depression, anxiety, pain, divorce, death often trigger extended periods of “self medication” that ultimately lead to a physical and psychological dependence. These issues cannot be treated by a “fearless moral inventory”, substance abuse and addiction disorders can happen to anyone given the right set of circumstances.
Not to say that the odd “fearless moral inventory” is a bad thing (we all could do with that) but oversimplifying drug and alcohol addiction based on moral belief systems is not an all encompassing silver bullet.
This is not to devalue the process or to say that the groups don’t offer fantastic inputs and support in dealing with the recovery but they do not bridge all the gaps in the addiction cycle for individuals on the fringe of different disorders. AA and NA don’t offer professional psychiatric help with an addiction specialists, nor do they support any prescribed medication alternatives, nor do they deal with the millions of people on the edges of habitual substance abuse that have not hit “rock bottom”.
While the 12 steps has helped millions of people throughout the world, we are talking about a process that was developed just under a century ago by hardened alcoholics and drug addicts. Needless to say much has happened in the field of treatment as a chronic illness where there are far less harrowing alternatives to dealing with the problem. And yes disease NOT a moral failing of grit and willpower self exploring willpower.