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The type of program depends on the kind of facility someone decides to attend. The most common drug and alcohol rehab programs include:
The type of program an individual chooses depends on a variety of factors including the severity of their addiction and the level of care they need. Most of these individual treatment programs can be individualized to better address someone’s disorder.
Yes, health insurance typically covers costs related to substance use rehabilitation and mental health treatment. However, there are a variety of factors that impact the total benefit an insurance provider is willing to pay, including your policy’s behavioral health benefits, your rehab treatment provider, your particular needs, and more. It’s best to check with your insurance provider before trying to enter a treatment program to understand the services that are covered in your plan.
Every rehabilitation center schedules their days differently for specific individuals but some common activities include:
The 12-step plan was first developed by Alcoholics Anonymous to overcome addictions and compulsions. Helps people to achieve and maintain abstinence from substance use disorder when individuals acknowledge a higher power. Many programs offer alternatives to the 12-step methodology for those who prefer a more secular foundation of treatment.
Alternatives to the 12-step plan asks individuals to find motivation within themselves and learn internal control instead of seeking an external source of power. Alternative groups still rely on peer support and tools for minimizing relapse. Many of these programs are free to join.
Your choice to get help involved with substance and mental health disorders is protected by various laws and acts to provide additional job security for yourself. Studies have shown that individuals who seek treatment for substance use disorders were more likely to keep their jobs or advance to a better one. By deciding to get help, you will enhance your career opportunities by getting sober, but also improve your overall quality of life.
These are some steps you can take in letting your employer know of your decision to go to rehab
Yes, but if you do so, your employer may have the right to legally fire you or to refuse hiring you.
Your employer must tell you how you can appeal the result.
An employer may not fire an employee the first time he or she tests positive, but may do so if he or she tests positive more than once. Employers must offer employees who test positive six (6) months of rehabilitation. Employees can be fired if they refuse rehabilitation.
Yes. employers may test in this way whenever they wish.
Yes! There are always options for individuals struggling with SUD. No one should be restricted from receiving care due to their financial situation.
The very first step is to want to get well! You have just started the recovery process. Call us and we can take it from here. We work towards removing barriers and stress in the overall process.