Article provided by: Spring Gardens Recovery
A Google search for ‘Drug Rehab Near Me’ will reveal countless results in South Florida. Trying to navigate through the many drug rehab options can be an enormous task, so the temptation to simply go with the first rehab that accepts your insurance and admits you might come up. Although getting clean should be your first, second, and third priority if you have a problem with substance abuse, you might want to take an hour or two to consider several rehab options. There are a few things you should know about drug rehab. To put it in a nutshell; not all drug rehabs are created equally! When comparing drug rehabs, ask yourself the following questions:
What’s it Like Inside the Rehab?
While this may seem like a trivial question at first, it is actually a very important one! Spring Gardens Recovery allows our website visitors to take a virtual tour of our drug rehab from the convenience of their computer or preferred device. Simply visit the Home page of this website and scroll down until you see the Virtual Tour section. You will find that Spring Garden Recovery is private, clean, and cozy in addition to being an all-around nice place.
Many of the rehabs in South Florida have been designed like military barracks or dormitories. They house their patients like sardines in a can, stuffing as many people into their rehabs as they can fit at one time. Many of these drug rehabs, while they mostly strive to serve a good purpose, actually do more harm than good inadvertently. Not only are a lot of South Florid rehabs unclean, prone to the spread of viruses, and overpopulated, but many of them fail to serve their patients properly because their limited resources are dispersed among so many people.
What Kind of Treatment Do the Rehabs Provide?
Many of the drug rehabs near you still cling to the addiction treatment techniques of antiquity, adding to their contribution in the extraordinarily high relapse rates the drug rehabs face nationally. When you couple this with the fact that these rehabs are cramming as many patients into their rehabs as possible and can’t provide the one-on-one attention their patients need, it only adds to the damage! It’s been proven that drug rehab patients benefit more when individual care levels are high.
It’s Good to Ask Questions
When searching for ‘Drug Rehab Near Me,’ these are a couple things you will want to consider. There are other questions you should ask as well, such as Will this rehab accept my insurance? Do they provide detox, inpatient/residential treatment, outpatient, and post-program support? Do they provide transitional living for program graduates? By taking an hour or two to make a few phone calls, ask a few questions, and learn about each rehab you are considering, you will be able to choose the rehab that best suits your needs and personality and gives you the best chance to get and STAY clean.