Inpatient rehab rocks because it’s going to transform you into the amazing, happy and sober person you know you are deep inside. If you have an addiction then you need to go to rehab. There are no ways around getting a firm grip on understanding what addiction is and finding the best treatment method that works for you. If you continued to do things your way you might never stop using drugs – and that’s a road that only leads to death. Look into inpatient rehab because it’s going to be best and more comprehensive treatment program you attend and here’s why:
Reason #1 – You’ve had enough of the unknown.
You’re tired of the sketchy people in your life, the run-in’s with the law and dealers, and unsafe environments. At inpatient rehab you will be in a safe and comfortable facility far from all of the chaos that used to be your life. You want peace and quiet in your life for once and you want to stop the anxiety and panic attacks from just trying to survive. At an inpatient rehab facility you will have a daily schedule, medical and psychological support to help you get through the 30, 60 or 90 days you signed up for.
Reason #2- You want a real chance at sobriety.
Yeah, so you’re friends have detoxed at home and are going to meetings on their own but you need more of structured and supportive environment. At an inpatient rehab you will receive 24-hour addiction medical care to keep you on track with your sobriety and your progress with your cravings, triggers and any other co-occurring disorders you may have.
Reason #3 – You’ll Meet New Sober Friends.
Inpatient rehab is certainly not a frat house (see: Is Residential Rehab Similar to Living in a College Dorm [hyperlink]) or a college campus but gaining a community of sober friends is a heck of a lot better than having none. In your early recovery you’re going to need the support from the local recovery community and where do you think they’re coming from? The inpatient rehab you attend and the other ones they went to. Hearing another persons’ testimony can mean life or death for someone else. You think this world of addiction has chosen you to haunt and to torture for every, but in inpatient rehab you will soon realize that addiction is knocking on everyone’s door.
If you or a loved one is in need of an inpatient rehab then we can help. Please contact FHE Health at 844-299-0618.