Rehab for You

Whether you are addicted to drugs, alcohol, or both, continuing to use will only lead to more and more consequences within your life. And even with the knowledge that your substance abuse can destroy your physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing, the very thought of stopping use and reaching out for help can be nothing short of frightening. But, when you are trapped in a cycle of substance abuse that has you putting your use above all else in your life, experiencing consistent repercussions of your actions, and impacting your ability to function, there is nothing left to do but to get help.


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How Do I Know If I Need Rehab?

We at JourneyPure understand the apprehension that you and others in need of treatment experience when considering entering into rehab. Not only do we provide the highest quality of care, but we are also a team comprised of compassionate and experienced medical and mental health specialists who can help you overcome your fears and reach your recovery goals.

The disease of addiction is extremely complex, often making it difficult for those who are in the throes of active addiction to realize that they require professional treatment. In many cases, even those around a user can be blinded by denial and fail to recognize the depth of the problem at hand. It is very easy for all involved to convince themselves that one’s substance use is not problematic, which is why it is critical to know the signs and symptoms of a substance use disorder.

Depending on the type of substance or substances that you are abusing, you have the potential to experience any number of symptoms related to your abuse. These symptoms will most likely be reflective of what substances you are using, how long you have been using, how much you use at any given time, and what your current mental state is like. In general, however, if you are suffering from a substance use disorder, you might display the following:

  • Making your substance use the most important part of your life
  • Giving up or neglecting responsibilities at home, within your family, or at work
  • Continuing to use even though your use has caused problems
  • Using increasingly larger amounts of your substance of choice in order to get high
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you do not use as much as normal or go longer than average without using
  • Having significant changes in mood, including increased aggression, anger, and hostility
  • Developing sleeping problems and changes in appetite

If you experience any of these symptoms, they should serve as a sign that your substance abuse is not within your control and is becoming increasingly worse. Reaching out and asking for help can guide you towards the rehab you need to get sober. It is also important to seek treatment if you even have the slightest inclination that your problem is much worse than you previously thought it was.

Benefits of Rehab

Making the decision to seek rehab is both brave and honorable. It is also one of the most difficult steps in the recovery process. However, once you make that call, the benefits of being enrolled in rehab can begin.

The most immediate benefit of rehab is that once you are in the care of the treatment center, you will no longer be at risk for suffering further consequences of your substance abuse, including overdose. Instead, you will be in the care of medical and mental health professionals who can determine that type of addiction treatment that will be best for you.

No matter the program that you partake in, you will be involved in several different types of therapy sessions throughout your treatment. These therapeutic sessions can give you the opportunity to identify and address the most pressing issues in your life, including the underlying causes of your substance use disorder. You can also begin to develop the necessary coping skills needed to keep your sobriety intact.

Should you require detox at the beginning of your stay at rehab, you will benefit from the medical assistance provided to you. The pain of withdrawal symptoms is not easy to deal with, however, treatment professionals can ensure that you are as comfortable as possible so that this process is not as distressing as it otherwise could be.

Other benefits of going to rehab can include developing a support system amongst peers, working on family struggles with family members, receiving mental healthcare for co-occurring conditions, and learning how to manage the disease of addiction in an effort to prevent future relapse.

Treatment at JourneyPure

At JourneyPure, you can rest assured knowing that we can help you recover from your active addiction. With our dedication to being the standard of addiction treatment, we know that if you are ready to affect real change in your life, we can assist you in doing so.

JourneyPure offers both residential treatment and outpatient treatment programming that we can offer you based on the severity of your substance use disorder. Through each one of these programs, you can participate in a multitude of different therapies including the following:

  • Experiential therapy
  • Neurofeedback therapy
  • 12-Step therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy

More specifically, we at JourneyPure also offer a dual diagnosis track that caters to the needs of many of our patients. Nearly half of all individuals with substance use disorder also experience one or more mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Through our dual diagnosis program, we can help treat both issues simultaneously.

When you have completed your program at JourneyPure, we encourage you to download our JourneyPure app that keeps you in contact with us for the first full year after your treatment. With this app, you can track your recovery progress in several different ways and utilize our team members for consistent support.

At all of our JourneyPure locations, we are devoted to helping you establish your sobriety and recovery. If you are in need of professional treatment such as that offered through a rehab like ours, do not be afraid to reach out.

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