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Addiction is different for each individual and treatment should be tailored to address one’s unique set of addiction characteristics at every stage of recovery. The programs to treat addiction at Recovery In Motion in Tucson and Phoenix are specially designed with long-term recovery as the objective. We encourage anyone who needs help to contact us today so that we can go over the options that will optimize the chance for long-term sobriety.
Our staff is specially trained to help addicted individuals and their loved ones through the delicate matter of an intervention if necessary that will introduce a safe and comfortable detox, an appropriate treatment plan including inpatient and outpatient programs all while developing a plan that can safeguard sobriety in the earliest days after a treatment program is completed and throughout recovery.
After stabilization, each patient is assigned a treatment team, which includes a physician, nurse, psychologist, primary counselor, life coach, and family counselor.
Our clients attend at least two 12-step meetings each day. We encourage involvement in the 12 step fellowships as they have provide vital outside peer support.
Addiction is a mental health disease in which the body pays a substantial price. The prolonged effects of addiction can produce a breakdown of important organs or a manifestation of other critical diseases. During detox, as the body is adjusting to the absence of a substance it is addicted to, the physical effects can be dangerous and even fatal.
These risks are dramatically decreased when a substance abuse treatment program is preceded by a medically supervised detox. In a detox program, vital signs are monitored, medications can be used to reduce the risk of fatal symptoms, and pharmaceutical strategies can be effectively used to lessen the discomfort of withdrawal, such as insomnia, cravings, body aches, nausea and much more.
Professional maintenance of withdrawal medications is pertinent to any detox. Overdose and medication mixtures may pose an increased risk if done at home.
A residential rehab facility is like a protective bubble in which patients can feel safe enough to focus on healing.
A compassionate staff facilitates a structured day of cognitive therapies to diagnose co-occurring disorders and treat them, shift thought processes and habits into those more suitable for a substance-free lifestyle, and set goals for an enriched future.
Our treatment methods have been scientifically proven to help people overcome addiction and we offer a wide variety of therapies to promote lasting recovery. Some of these include art therapy, music therapy, yoga therapy, objective-focused therapy and more.
For the person who has lost him or herself in addiction, a residential drug and alcohol treatment program offers the chance to regain a sense of self and transition into a meaningful life of recovery for the long term.
Intensive outpatient therapy (IOP) is a safe and sober living environment. It is often recommended as the next step after residential treatment or for those who have a mild to moderate addiction.
A significant concern for those newly out of treatment is relapse and rightly so. Relapse after detox can be life-threatening as one’s tolerance level diminishes with each passing day of being clean and sober. There’s no reason to rush out of treatment and back to the old triggers. IOP is another step towards confidence in sobriety.
IOPs encourage getting involved with the clean and sober community, which has proven to be supportive for individuals at any point in their recovery journey.
What came first, the chicken or the egg? A comparable ponder in addiction recovery programs is similar. What came first, the mental health disorder or the addiction?
A mental health disorder often drives one to find relief. If the disorder is not diagnosed and treated by a doctor, many turn to any remedy they can obtain. Too often, this relief is found in drugs or alcohol, which often develops into an addiction.
Addiction exacerbates the disorder creating a cycle of self-destruction. We understand that in order for our patients to obtain long-term recovery, it’s important to treat both the addiction and the co-occurring disorder.
Some co-occurring disorders include depression, anxiety, OCD, schizophrenia, PTSD, and ADHD.
The 12-step program is a unique way to engage in drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs. It enhances self-awareness and promotes personal honesty. Each step is completed in succession alongside other treatment therapies and no time constraints are put on progress.
Participants in this program have a mentor that has already completed the 12 steps and is able to provide support in the recovery of another.
Participants are encouraged to hear the trials and successes of others’ journeys and share their own. This allows the participant to understand other perspectives and be an active part of a supportive community.
The pain of addiction does not restrain itself to the person with the addiction. It has a way of sneaking in and disrupting the most important relationships one has with loved ones. As these relationships are such an important part of a healthy and enriched life, it is a priority to mend anger, hurt, and frustration that loved ones are often feeling.
In the family participation program, loved ones are welcomed to sessions frequently in order to help them understand the addiction and other mental health diagnoses of their family member, acknowledge and address the effects of the addiction they experience personally, and help the family to communicate productively.
While it may be obvious to friends and family members that an addicted person needs help, he or she is often in denial of the severity of their addiction. Often, an intervention is the only way to help someone you care about get into an addiction rehab program.
Intervention specialists are trained to help a hurting family begin the journey to recovery. Everyone is safe and respected and loved ones are guided toward specific goals previously put in place for the outcome of the intervention.
If you or your loved one needs help overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction, contact us today. We are here to help you get started.