Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers Information

inpatient drug rehab successOnly a small number of people receiving drug treatment finish an inpatient drug rehab center, and of those, a much smaller percentage stay clean for over 6 months. These are alarming facts even though there is ample evidence showing that longer-term inpatient drug rehab programs have proven to be more successful overall. These facts don't speak well for the alcohol and drug inpatient rehab programs as a whole and even worse for the short-term or outpatient programs.

However, there are some longterm, inpatient programs that get stellar results. The point is not about the length of stay and inpatient vs. outpatient, even though long-term, inpatient rehabs may be necessary to get the needed learning and behavior change needed for success; the most important factor is the modality of drug treatment that is being delivered at the program.

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Inpatient Drug Rehab CenterThe twenty years between the 1970 and 1990 saw rapid proliferation of inpatient drug rehab in the United States . The rise in attention and need for inpatient drug rehab came from a public that had dramatically increased in the numbers of persons that were addicted to alcohol and other drugs, but the more important cause for the rapid increase in the establishment of inpatient drug rehab centers came mostly because there was money, in a large part, from private health insurance, to bring a financial advantage of providing this type of service. Inpatient drug rehab centers were established before there was any sound science to develop a technology that would actually handle addiction in a successful manner. Most of these newly developed centers were basing their treatment on the twelve-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which was a successful approach to helping alcoholics recover from their addictions, but was never meant to be institutionalized in an inpatient setting. This changed the twelve-step technology and, therefore, did not produice the outcomes that one would expect if they were seeking a cure to their addiction. For about twenty years, this didn’t seem to matter since these inpatient drug rehab centers were expanding rapidly, finding clients and were making money.

Naturally, in time, the insurance companies and other funding sources, became disaffected with these poor outcomes and measures were put into place that limited the amount any one insurance company would pay for addiction treatment and the number of times anyone was approved admittance. Most of these inpatient drug rehabt centers had less than 10% of their graduates leaving their care and being free of their addiction, which means that most were still craving their drugs of choice and would soon be back in their destructive lifestyles and needing treatment again. It wasn’t uncommon to find addicted persons that had attended these types of treatment multiple times, with many going through more than five episodes of treatment, without any sustained successes. In fact, most patients that repeat treatment have to also deal with their feeling for failure in treatment along with their desperate feelings of having a incurable “disease” that will keep them from actualizing their goals and dreams. The twelve-step program adhere to the disease model of addiction which believes that addiction is a chronic and progressive disease; which means that no matter how long a person remains drug-free, the disease is still progressing and could, at any moment, destroy the persons life once again. This model is still the most prevalent model of addiction with approximately 80% of today’s treatment facilities subscribing to this belief. By the end of the 1980’s, inpatient drug rehab was no longer seen in the same light as other forms of medical treatment, and third party payers were reducing their coverage for this ineffective form of care. rIf you took your car to a mechanic that told you that he only fixes about one in every ten cars that works on, you would be thankful for his honesty, but you would probably not leave you car to his care, but, ionstead, you would explore other mechanics and shops to see if there were any that could actually give you a better shot at getting the product that you were seeking.

In finding a drug rehab center, you should use this same wisdom and explore the programs that are available to you and make your decision on the one that can demonstrate that most persons that graduate from their inpatient drug rehab center have a reliable chance of being drug-free. In making your search for drug treatment, look for at this statistic before you consider the price and the length of stay, since it is obviously more expensive to attend multiple treatment centers that offer you “help” in thirty days than it would be to attend one time and be through with this problems in your life. Base your decision of inpatient drug rehab on the best treatment outcomes and evidence from graduates and their significant others that report successes in their lives that had once resembled a situation similar to yours or that of your loved one. Programs that handle the bio-physical aspects of addiction are many times more likely to have a treatment success than those that rely on the disease model of addiction.

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