60-Day Treatment Program
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Why Choose a 60-Day Treatment Program
Is A 60-Day Program Right For You?
Sometimes a shorter treatment program is too short and a longer treatment program is too long. In this case, individuals may want to consider a 60-day program instead. This is perfect for those who are looking for a treatment program that is just long enough. There are many benefits to a 60-day treatment program. Due to its long length, there is more time to focus on rehab. For some 30 days might be too fast to get the proper treatment they need. With a 60-day treatment, patients are able to focus on recovery for a longer period of time. They are also able to focus more on preparing for life following treatment.
It can be hard to transition back into day to day life. Patients need a lot of support in order to stay clean. This is completely normal. Having a longer transition period makes things more smooth once the patient is finished with rehab. Another benefit of this treatment program is that it is the shortest of the longest programs. Long-term treatment programs can be anywhere from 60 to 180 days long. Patients can always start out with a 60-day program and then continue on if they feel it is necessary.
Lastly, a 60-day program is the most affordable of long-term treatment programs. If finances are an issue this is the perfect program. Longer treatment is perfect for those who have a more mild addiction issue. Although those who have outside obligations such as children or work may want to consider a shorter treatment program. It is best to talk with an advisor when deciding on the best treatment program for you or a loved one. After assessing a patient’s substance abuse history and needs an advisor can let a patient know the best path forward for them.
Effectiveness of a 60-Day Treatment Program
During a 60-day program a patient can become completely sober and recover from addiction. This program is effective and has many long term benefits. Treatment is effective due to the fact that patients learn about their own behavior. In therapy, they are made aware of their patterns with addiction. The only way to break a habit is to understand why one has it in the first place. Once patients understand this it is a lot easier to resist the temptation to abuse substances again. The cycle of addiction can finally be broken at that point.
Many different types of therapy are offered during treatment. It is so important to have a customized treatment plan because just even if it worked for one patient does not guarantee it to work for you. Therapy can range from cognitive behavioral therapy to community reinforcement therapy. Otherwise, patients may not be able to get the help they truly need. Having therapists and medical professionals available provides a safe environment for the patient to relax and focus on treatment. The long amount of time allows patients to work through their addictions and truly leave treatment better. There is a brighter future available and it begins with treatment.
What Happens During Treatment?
A 60-day program is overall more holistic than a 30-day program. Patients undergo normal treatment such as detoxing and therapy. However, there is also a focus on preparing for aftercare. Patients have enough time in a 60-day program to begin adjusting back to normal life. There is also more time for extended treatment to be done. Patients focus on building new positive habits. This includes healthy diet changes and exercise. All of these elements add up to a new way of being. Being in a new environment can make creating new habits a much easier process while also letting go of bad previous habits.
A 60-day treatment begins with an assessment of the individual. This includes an overview of the patient’s drug history. It also includes an assessment of any other challenges the patient may be facing. Based on a professional’s assessment a customized treatment plan is created for the patient. Following an assessment, the patient begins detoxing if necessary. This is an essential step in the treatment process. A patient has a much better chance at recovery if they have completely detoxed and are free of substances. Medical professionals are available to assist the patient during detox and help manage any withdrawal symptoms.
Once detoxing is complete a patient can begin therapy. In therapy, the patient comes to understand the reasons behind their addiction. They gain the tools and self-awareness to be able to prevent following into old habits once they leave treatment. This is a key part of treatment. Without this part, it would be easy for patients to go back to their old ways.
Treatment is offered as inpatient or outpatient care. Depending on the patient one way is usually more beneficial than the other. Inpatient care is for those patients who need more supervision. This may be better for those who are doing a longer treatment program. A longer program is usually associated with a more severe addiction issue. Outpatient care is better for those who need to be more involved with their day to day lives. Patients who do outpatient care are able to be independent and responsible when it comes to treatment. This is because outpatient treatment requires patients to attend a few hours each day during the week. But no matter what type of care is chosen, both are beneficial. Choosing one over the other is more about personal preference.
Following treatment, it is important that patients don’t relapse and go back to their old ways. In order to combat this, it is key that patients receive aftercare following treatment. Once treatment is complete patients can transition into an aftercare program. Aftercare programs include therapy, group counseling, and positive reinforcement. Options for aftercare can range from sober living facilities to alcoholics/narcotics anonymous. Having a safe and supportive environment after treatment can help many former addicts stay clean. It is important to have a community of individuals that one can go to. Without proper support getting and staying clean can be a challenge.
A treatment advisor will be able to assist with any of these questions. Make sure that a center is a right fit for you prior to going to treatment. There is no point in wasting time or money on a place that doesn’t help you or a loved one get better. Have questions about treatment or addiction? Give us a call at 623-263-7371!
Find the Right Center
How do you find the right treatment program for you? How do you know if a treatment center is a good place to get treatment? There are a few things to look for when it comes to choosing a center. First and foremost a treatment center should offer the type of treatment programs that you or a loved one is interested in. They should have a variety of treatment styles available such as inpatient and outpatient treatment. Secondly, it is important to make sure the staff has the correct credentials. Treatment is expensive and it is important to be receiving care from professionals. Also, make sure that the treatment being given is evidence-based. Treatments should be backed by evidence and shown to help people fighting addiction. Following treatment, it is beneficial if a center offers aftercare programs and/or support systems.