Addiction Recovery Toledo
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If you’re struggling from substance abuse, you have a long, hard road ahead of you. Because of this, it’s important to have a strong support structure made up of your friends, family, fellow patients in recovery, and our experienced staff of professionals helping you along your path to recovery. Our centers in Toledo, Ohio provide you with that network of support and extensive, personalized counseling to make your recovery easier and more effective. Sadly, too many centers use one-size-fits-all treatments that often let people fall through the cracks, because their personal need remains unaddressed. At our centers, we analyze everything from your drug use, both past and present, your family life, work history, strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, etc. to craft for you a personalized treatment plan that works. Call Toledo Drug Treatment Centers at (567) 298-4928 today to get in touch with the experts at
- Inpatient Medical Detox
- Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Residential Rehab
- Partial Hospitalization
- Intensive Outpatient
- Recovery Programs
- Sober Living Community
- Individualized Programs
- Dual Diagnosis
- Alternative Treatment
There are two major types of treatment, outpatient and inpatient. Whether you choose inpatient or outpatient care, your recovery process won’t be just a week or two kind of thing. It may take months for you to completely recover, and it’s important to see it through to the end and take as much time as you need. The important thing is to get you completely recovered, not finish within a certain, arbitrary time period. Inpatient programs, or residential programs, ensure you can recover as quickly as possible on our centers’ campuses, away from the distractions and temptations of your normal, everyday life. Outpatient care, on the other hand, is care from your own home. While some patients prefer outpatient, inpatient is the recommended form of treatment. While it sounds like isolation, it is not. You keep your support structure made up of friends and family, while adding to it with fellow patients and our staff.
What is the process?
We start you off with a full medical examination. This allows us to identify any health issues you may be suffering as a result of your substance abuse. Those will be treated, along with any mental health issues. It also gives us an idea of what your body can take and how best to treat your addiction recovery without harming your health.
After the medical examination comes the detoxification process. All our drug detoxification programs are medically supervised, with our staff of experienced doctors and mental health professionals ensuring you remain healthy, both mentally and physically, for the duration of the detoxification process. The detoxification process is often the most important part of the recovery process. Through detoxification, your body purges the effects of the drug in an attempt to restore itself to its natural state, before the drug corrupted it. This is not without its side-effects, however. A necessary part of detoxification is the withdrawal stage, where your body suffers from not having the contamination it is purging itself of. It seems like an odd thing, but your body has gotten used to the contamination. So even though it is bad for it, your body is used to having it and feels like it needs it to function. It doesn’t, however.
What else is there?
We also offer both group support and individual therapy. Some people are naturally shy and uncomfortable sharing their problems with others, and for those types of people, we have individual therapy. Others may prefer the group support system. Regardless, both types of therapy are regularly available to all patients. It’s also good to continue this therapy even after you finish your recovery process, as it will help you maintain your freedom from the drug without worrying about a relapse.
Ultimately, one of the big questions when it comes to recovery is, how long does it take? How long your recovery takes depends on a number of factors, namely the strength of the substance addiction and the patient’s personal background. Some patients may take much longer than others. What is important isn’t the length of time. What is important is completely and thoroughly eradicating your addiction to ensure not only your addiction recovery, but that it continues for the rest of your life. Nobody wants to relapse.
If you’re not sure whether or not you or your loved one needs therapy, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on the symptoms. These could range from a high tolerance for the substance, denial or attempting to hide the addiction to the substance, rapid changes in weight, uncharacteristic lack of personal grooming, and a host of others.