Your Recovery Begins With Substance Abuse Recovery Network

Substance Abuse Recovery Network is the leading network of addiction treatment nationwide, for helping others find evidence based treatment and mental health care.

1 +
Patients Helped
1
Centers We Work With
0 +
Insurances We Can Help With

Why We Are The Best Resource For Drug Rehab Recovery

Substance Abuse Recovery Network strives to provide the best possible patient care for our users. Our team of highly trained admissions agents work with you to find the right treatment center to fit your needs. 

About Us

Substance Abuse Recovery Network provides patients and their families with the best information, resources, and tools to overcome addiction. S.A.R.N. operates a behavioral healthcare network that focuses on helping people recover from mental and substance abuse. S.A.R.N. operates a network that includes inpatient and outpatient treatment for addiction and mental illness facilities throughout the United States. You can reach admissions coordinators via our confidential, 24/7 toll-free helpline. We will be there to support you and your loved ones every step of the journey. Call us now to learn more about S.A.R.N.

Our Featured Facilities

Carolina Recovery Solutions

Asheville, NC

Ascend Health PLLC

Charlotte, NC

Carolina Center For Recovery

Charlotte, NC

Frequently Asked Questions

Drug rehabs are structured programs that help those who struggle with addiction. Substance abuse disorders (SUDs), are complex issues and there are many treatment options.  Drug Rehab can help people with SUDs live a happy, healthy, and sober life.

Many drug rehabs offer a flexible treatment program that can be customized to each person’s needs. In order to ensure long-term sobriety, drug rehab often includes detoxification (detox), group or individual substance use therapy, relapse prevention education, aftercare planning, and group and individual drug use therapy.

Drug detox is an important part of many addiction rehabilitation efforts. The drug detox process is when the body gets rid of any toxic effects of alcohol or drugs. This is an important part of many addiction rehab efforts. Proper treatment in a medically supervised detox program can alleviate the discomfort and mitigate some of the risks associated with withdrawal.

When it comes to rehabilitation, there is not always one treatment length that will work for everyone. Many rehabilitation facilities offer 30-day programs.

Some people may benefit from a longer treatment program, such as 60 day or 90 day. Treatment professionals will consider the severity and history of the addiction, specific substances used, any co-occurring mental or behavioral health conditions, any treatment experience, and the individual’s physical, mental and emotional needs.

The history and severity of the addiction will be considered by professionals when determining the length of treatment. They also consider the specific substances used, any co-occurring mental, behavioral, or medical conditions, any treatment experience, and the individual’s spiritual, physical, and mental needs.

According to research, most people who are struggling with substance abuse need to stay in treatment for at least three months. This allows them to address the root causes of their addictions and practice sobriety .

Like many chronic conditions, addiction can be managed. No matter how long the treatment takes, addiction recovery from drug and alcohol abuse doesn’t end after the patient has completed a rehabilitation program. Many people find that recovery from addiction is a lifelong process. As a person learns to live a normal life without the use of drugs or alcohol, it takes dedication and hard work.

Prices for addiction rehabilitation programs vary widely. Luxury programs that offer more services and amenities, and sometimes a higher staff-to-patient ratio, tend to be more expensive.

There are many factors that can influence the cost of rehabilitation.

  • Amenities offered. These may include gourmet food, private rooms and animal-assisted therapies, acupuncture, massage and yoga.
  • Program length. The length of a stay determines the cost of a treatment program. A counselor will talk to you about the best time frame for long-term recovery.
  • Location. Luxury treatment centers can be more expensive than traditional ones. It is possible to travel to the facility, even if it’s far away from your home.
  • Types of programs. Because patients live at the facility, which is often staffed with professionals in medical and treatment, inpatient programs are more expensive than outpatient programs.

Inpatient care costs between $200-$900 per day. Longer programs typically cost less per day. Outpatient treatment costs between $100 and $500 per session. Longer treatment plans have a lower cost per session. The cost of detox can range from $100 to $500 per session depending on how severe the addiction is and the length of treatment required. Longer treatment plans have a lower cost per session. 

These costs can seem overwhelming, but you must also consider the potential cumulative effects of an addiction.

An alcohol rehabilitation program is a good option for those who have a more severe addiction to alcohol, a dual diagnosis, serious medical conditions, or who have had to withdraw from alcohol in the past. Patients can receive medical care in an alcohol treatment facility. This is in addition to receiving treatment for their alcohol abuse disorder (AUD). Inpatient treatment is a great option for many people because they can be free from any triggers that led to their drinking and can concentrate on their recovery.

There are many types of alcohol treatment programs. Inpatient Residential Rehab is one of these types of programs. Both short-term and long-term residential treatment are available. Inpatient rehab can be for any length of time. Long-term residential treatment may last from 6 to 12 month, while short-term residential treatment could last from 3 to 6 week (with variations).

The short-term residential program is a shorter but more intensive treatment that uses a 12-step approach. Patients then move to extended outpatient therapy and participate in self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.

A long-term residential treatment is a 24-hour care for a prolonged period. The therapeutic community (TC) is one of the most popular residential treatment models. It focuses on reconnection between individuals and society. It lasts anywhere from 6 to 12 months.

In both long-term and short term residential programs, detox is combined with intensive substance abuse treatment and aftercare planning.

The medical management of symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal is called alcohol detox. This allows the body to eliminate alcohol from its system. Grand mal seizures can make alcohol withdrawal fatal. The treatment team will use detox medications such as benzodiazepines, Valium, and Librium. To ensure your safety, you can consult the following:

The treatment team will help you transition to a comprehensive treatment program for alcohol addiction once you have achieved a stable medical condition. While detox can be very effective for those who want to stop drinking, it cannot replace rehab.

You will be admitted to rehab once you have completed detox. There are many different types of inpatient treatment, including executive, standard and holistic.

Your detox team should be able to communicate with you about your preferences for amenities and services so they can help you choose the right program. No matter what type of program you choose, inpatient care will usually include:

  • Individual therapy.
  • Group counseling
  • Family therapy.
  • If necessary, medication
  • Peer support meetings.
  • Aftercare planning.

Individual therapy is usually about learning how to cope with stressors and triggers that can lead to relapse.

The therapist will help you make better choices and address the root causes of your alcohol abuse. A licensed mental counselor facilitates group therapy. Patients learn sober social skills, and can then practice the relapse prevention strategies and coping techniques they have learned in individual counseling.

Partial hospitalization (PHPs), also known as day treatment programs or inpatient/residential programs, is an addiction treatment program that provides a high-quality level of care and allows patients to remain at home while receiving treatment. PHPs offer treatment that is similar to that of inpatient/residential programs. Although programs can vary, most patients attend treatment between 5 and 6 hours per day.

PHPs can offer services similar to residential inpatient programs, including access to mental healthcare services if necessary.

  • One-on-one therapy
  • Group therapy.
  • Meetings with family.
  • Management of medication.
  • Drug screening
  • Services in the medical field
  • Co-occurring mental disorders.

Partial hospitalization is a good option for those who require intensive care, but have strong support systems that will keep them sober. It may also be a good option for those who are having trouble sustaining treatment or are at risk of relapse or have a co-occurring disorder, such as depression or PTSD.

We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way Finding The Help You Need

Let us know how we can help you locate the best treatment center for your unique needs.

Let SARN Help You Today