Q. If drug abuse, addiction and alcoholism are diseases, why do people start using drugs or alcohol in the first place? A. Many people have a difficult time finding pleasure or coping with distress and pain. In the beginning, alcohol and drugs often provide them relief- a short-cut to pain/ stress relief and pleasure. Q. […]
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Q. Does Orange County have affordable, accessible and reputable drug rehab options? A. It is recommended that you seek a referral from your healthcare provider(s), another professional or your healthcare insurance plan. Many treatment options are available but there exist many seductive sales tactics which mislead people toward high cost and questionable drug and alcohol […]
Q. When surfing the web for alcohol and drug rehabilitation, why do all of the expensive and distant drug rehabs rank first in any search? A. Money to advertise and optimize on a national level is best made in expensive, residential drug rehab settings. Often the highest ranked drug rehabs rely upon high, out-of-insurance-network charges, […]
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rehabilitate: to bring (someone or something) back to a normal, healthy condition after an illness, injury, drug problem, etc.; to teach (a criminal in prison) to live a normal and productive life; to bring (someone or something) back to a good condition. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/treatment: the action or manner of treating a patient medically or surgically <treatment […]
Science and medicine have determined that about forty percent (40%) of an individual’s addiction or substance use disorder arises from their genetic predisposition. Several genes are suspected in passing the “code for addiction” which creates and individual’s dulled response to the brain messenger (neuro-transmitter) dopamine. Family histories and twin studies have for years provided science […]
Policy and Administration Changes are required to implement the move from an acute-care model to an outpatient and recovery management system. Included in these changes are prerequisite revisions in administration: SUD treatment and recovery management must be integrated with primary medical care, mental health treatment and management. Government and private funding sources must move away […]
Addiction, otherwise known as “Substance Use Disorder” (SUD) is a relapsing, chronic disease which requires lifelong cognitive, behavioral, social and physiological change and maintenance. Outpatient treatment and “recovery management” are designed to prevent addiction related deterioration, morbidity, relapse, and death. Outpatient treatment and recovery management also provide solutions which guide addicted people toward resources designed […]
Without the transfer of recovery skills and support into the home, work and school environments, wreckage, triggers and interpersonal conflicts create a high probability of relapse and the loss of the recovery investment. Outpatient treatment integrates recovery at home in the normal environment. Outpatient treatment provides a path to recovery which is: 100% Take-Home; Organic, […]
You can pay $60,000 ($60K) per month in Malibu or West Palm Beach, $37K “Out-of-Network” from your insurance, $14K “In-Network” with your insurance coverage, or you can simply pay whatever your deductible and co-payment is for an average of twenty-five substance abuse/ addiction sessions at Twin Town Treatment Centers. Once an average of twenty-five billed […]