SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
Treating a Public Health Crisis: One Client at a Time
As drug and alcohol abuse continue their dominance across the United States, the need for quality substance abuse treatment has never been more urgent. Nearly 32 million Americans struggled with a serious alcohol problem in the past year, while one third of the country suffers from lifetime alcohol use disorder. Drugs like heroin, prescription opioids and cocaine continue to kill thousands of Americans each year. Despite the rampant and escalating substance abuse problem in America, many aren’t getting the substance abuse treatment they desperately need.
What Does Substance Abuse Treatment Involve?
Substance abuse treatment is a comprehensive plan to address the physical, behavioral, and lifestyle damage clients have experienced as a result of drug or alcohol abuse. Substance abuse treatment is offered in many forms, from inpatient to long-term to outpatient. The process helps participants overcome chemical dependency while helping them live independent and healthy lives.
While each addict’s substance abuse treatment program will vary according to their individual care needs, universal elements of treatment include:
- Detox and Withdrawal Management
- Rehab and Behavior Modification
- Relapse Prevention
- Aftercare and Ongoing Monitoring
- 12-Step Recovery Meetings
Substance Abuse Treatment at Recovery Unplugged
Recovery Unplugged Texas provides comprehensive, evidence-based substance abuse treatment in Austin to adult men and women. Our customized care programs help clients heal as individuals, not just as addicts. We offer a dedicated and compassionate staff with decades of experience helping clients find their way back from addiction to a healthy and fulfilling life. Our programs include medically supervised detoxification, compassionate and supportive group therapy and in-depth one-on-one counseling. Our music-based treatment approach helps patients break down emotional barriers, express themselves and become better engaged with their recovery.