• Detox
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Where do I begin on my road to recovery?

Types of treatment

Where do I begin on my road to recovery?

Types of treatment

Before treatment can begin, the individual seeking sobriety must take the initial step of admitting to themselves that they indeed have an addiction. As there are various types of treatments and facilities choose from it is important to carefully choose the right option for you. This choice, while it may seem a daunting task, can best be made by gathering all pertinent information to help understand the best course of treatment.

Outpatient and inpatient are the primary forms of treatment centers. However, depending on the severity of the patient’s addiction, some choose to medically detox prior to entering a skilled treatment facility. Following being released from treatment, it is imperative to continue to seek peer counseling groups to maintain consistency in sobriety.

Treatments can be tailored to suit each patient's needs. It is best to include the patient in the steps he or she will be taking to recover. When he or she is involved in the process of their own treatment, success and continued success post treatment is more likely.

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Types of Treatment


Inpatient rehabilitation centers require the patient to stay in for a specific length of time. Treatment plans can range from 3-12 months. During these months the path to recovery can require the patient to be completely removed from his or her normal life. Depending on the recovery plan, there could be a recommendation made that there should be no contact with family or friends during treatment. On occasion, monthly or weekly phone calls and visitations might be arranged. One of the many advantages of inpatient treatment is that the addict may focus solely on recovery without outside distractions. Removing oneself from triggers is vital to success in achieving sobriety. 


National Statistics


of americans

have benzos in their medicine cabinets

5.2 Million


have abused benzodiazepines


of people

Who abused benzos became addicted.

Types of Treatment


Outpatient treatment allows for quite a bit more freedom in daily life. However, this does require the person seeking sobriety to be more self accountable in avoiding triggers that cause his or her addiction to be exasperated. Outpatient treatment generally consists of weekly peer group sessions, as well as one on one therapy sessions. The peer groups could be scheduled weekly, biweekly, or attended daily. Usually outpatient programs are designed for individuals who are dealing with a mild form of addiction and also used for those who have recently been released from an inpatient care facility. 

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