Many people feel their destined to a life of alcohol or drug abuse because they've received treatment in the past and they only stayed clean for a short period of time and then started drinking or using again. They don't understand that addiction is a relapsing disease that doesn't just go away because they detoxed or entered a substance abuse treatment program. There are many different reasons an addiction treatment program may not work for a person and people who just receive detox need to understand that detoxification alone isn't treatment, it's just a process of ridding the body of the chemicals that have been abused.
Most people who have had a drinking problem or that have abused drugs for a long time are in need of both medically assisted detoxification and a wide range of treatment programs that can be personalized to address their individual needs. There are many different areas of a person's life that need to be addressed in order for them to remain abstinent and successfully manage their recovery on a daily basis for the long term. Rehabilitation programs like Flemming-House for Alcohol and Chemical Addiction in Alabama offers researched based treatment that helps individuals learn how to avoid relapse and live a substance free lifestyle in the future.
If you're ready to stop drinking or using drugs that's a positive step in the right direction and all you have to do is make that call. At Flemming-House Alcohol and Chemical Addiction center, they will take care of the rest. Their staff of licensed professionals will work with you to design a treatment plan that will help you reach your recovery goals and maintain a clean and sober lifestyle.
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