Modern life is complicated and stressful. From demands at work to pressures in relationships to keeping up with what your family needs of you, it can be all too much sometimes. On top of all that, society has an expectation that you be perfect at all times, whether it is your body, how you dress, or even how you act in restaurants. It’s critical to take care of yourself so you can put up with all this, and yet so many make this the lowest priority as they try and take care of everything else.
That might work most of the time, but if you go too long without getting a breather, or especially if you get hit with something traumatic, be it a serious financial loss, the death of someone you love, a major illness of your own, or an abusive relationship, then you might wind up turning to substance abuse to cope. It’s also possible that your own upbringing didn’t wind up with you having a chance to learn how to manage stress and cope with the negative aspects of life, and you might have unresolved issues that accumulate over the years that leave you needing help to feel okay on a daily basis.
Those who come to our 30 day drug rehab center all have their own story and path that brought them to us. We never know until you are here and help us get to know you, as your life, mind, and past are as important to us creating your path to recovery as it is knowing how your life currently is and what particular substance or substances you might be abusing. Many come here to try and get clean of illegal drugs, but quite a few are here for legal things used inappropriately or at unhealthy volumes, such as beer, wine, liquor, or prescription drugs.
Speak to our knowledgeable and polite team of recovery specialists today and start moving forward. All calls remain confidential.
If you’ve come to the realization that you need a drug rehab facility in order to have the best chance of getting clean, then you have made a wise decision. Spending time in a residential facility gives you many benefits and advantages you can use in a critical junction of your recovery that you would not have on your own in regular life. While you might even already have group therapy and individual counseling, a few single hours focusing on recovery every week might not be enough to turn the tides in your favor.
Staying in our 30 day drug rehab first and foremost gets you away from the responsibilities of your daily routine, be it family, work, or just walking the dog and mowing the yard. Here, you have a roof over your head and a good bed to sleep in, with meals and snacks provided throughout the day. The only thing you have to focus on is your own rehabilitation and wellness, and you can put all your energy into it while you’re here. For many, that’s enough to turn the corner.
You also get a chance to spend a lot of time with those who are supporting you through your treatment. Other residents and patients can be a source of companionship and even strength and inspiration, especially if you feel like no one else could possibly understand what you’ve been through already. Our staff, from the technicians all the way up to the doctors, are all here to play their role in your recovery too. Your own friends and family, when you’re ready and if they’re willing, are allowed to visit often. A few core relationships often take on new life in here, and they can be the support network you need after your 30 days are up, on top of professionals we refer you to for outpatient treatment.
The first 72 hours in your time in our 30 day drug rehab facility are sometimes the worst, especially if you’re going through a withdrawal or detox. Each case varies, and the particular drug or amount matters too, but we do everything we can to get you physically clean in your initial days here.
Even after your body is clean physically, the shock to your mind can be enough that it takes another three days until you find your bearings and feel grounded. We know you won’t feel great, but we want you to start appreciating the feelings of self-worth and health that you develop in the first week, even if they’re minimal.
You’ve likely heard a million times that it takes three weeks to truly form a habit, but there’s actually a lot of truth to it. That’s why we run 30 day programs. The first week is about bringing you down to earth as gently but firmly as we can and then spending the rest of your time helping you learn the routines and techniques that will keep you sober, healthy, and clean of your addiction when you leave us.