Offering Alcohol and Drug Addiction Help for Milwaukee, WI
Here at Better Treatment Addiction Rehab, we have been offering addiction treatment in the Milwaukee area and across the United States for more than a decade.
For people with substance or alcohol use disorders, as well as their loved ones, life can be painful. The process of recovery can help everyone escape from that dark place. Rehab educates and supports patients as they come to understand the effects of their disorder, recognize and steer clear of triggers that worsen their condition and learn how to live as a person in longterm recovery.
To address the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all Better Treatment Addiction Rehab patients, we create customized recovery plans. We also provide a compassionate and caring environment for patients who are willing and able to start the recovery process.
- Addiction Treatment.
- Detox Services.
- Intervention Services.
Opioid Addiction Treatment in Milwaukee
Drug use often starts out as recreational, but for those with substance use disorder, drugs soon become an addiction. Fortunately, Better Treatment Addiction Rehab has treatment programs that can help a person with a drug addiction enter recovery. They have been providing drug abuse treatment in Milwaukee, WI for more than a decade and our certified professionals are devoted to helping you or a loved one get clean and sober.
Like many cities and towns across the nation, Milwaukee has not been spared from the opioid epidemic. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, in 2018 an estimated 78 percent of drug overdose deaths in Wisconsin involved opioids, totaling more than 846 fatalities. This makes opioid addiction treatment so critical. Better Treatment Addiction Rehab has been offering opioid addiction treatment in the Milwaukee area and across the United States for more than a decade.
Better Treatment Addiction Rehab addresses substance dependency, which is the physical or psychological dependence that results from the use of legal and illegal substances. Scientific and psychological experts both agree that drug and alcohol addiction is an illness, thus the term substance use disorder. And just like those who suffer from a chronic medical condition that requires special medication and therapy, people dependent on substances require specialized addiction programs and rehab, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Rehab, or rehabilitation, is comprised of assisting a patient safely withdraw from drug use, participating in several kinds of counseling sessions, assisting them with behavior modification, helping them look at the underlying cause of their addiction, examining triggers and red flags, and identifying ways to help prevent temptation and relapse. At Better Treatment Addiction Rehab, accredited professionals use scientifically proven rehabilitation strategies that are customized for every patient in order to provide the best treatment experience.
To address the physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of all Better Treatment Addiction Rehab patients, the specialists there create customized recovery plans. They also provide a compassionate and caring environment for patients who are willing and able to start the recovery process.
Along with interventions, detox is a process that might be needed before entering Better Treatment Addiction Rehab. It is vital, however, to know that detox is not going to “cure” a person with a substance use disorder. But as the first step to recovery, detoxification will help patients withdraw from substance addiction(s). Sometimes medication treatments also are used in helping a patient recover.
There are two commonly utilized types of detox:
Social detoxification takes place in a residential or outpatient care center and typically involves educating people with substance abuse disorders, as well as preparing them to take their first steps toward recovery.
Medically supervised detoxification (sometimes called medically supervised withdrawal) occurs in a hospital or inpatient facility so the patient’s withdrawal can be guided by a nurse or doctor.
Unfortunately, because of the stigma of being an “addict,” many people hide their opioid addiction from their friends and loved ones. Here at Better Treatment Addiction Rehab, we urge the use of a counselor or an intervention specialist to help patients, as well as their family and friends, to learn more about addiction, how to cope with the effects of the addiction and how to help patients. The advantages of interventions include:
- Providing a safe environment for everyone involved
- Helping people voice their concerns and questions
- Convincing a person with a substance abuse disorder to agree to treatment
- Intervention treatment also assesses the nature of the substance use disorder, analyzes any co-occurring disorders and finds the optimum path toward recovery for each patient.
What Types of Addiction Help are Available?
Learn about how seeking treatment for your addiction can help you build a recovery that will last.
Detox from a substance is often a necessary step to take before treatment. Learn more about the detox process.
Working with a certified and professional interventionist can help your loved one decide to seek treatment.
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