Throughout America, in every state, addiction has impacted the lives of residents young, old, rich and poor. Not a single community, age group, network or subset of people is immune to the disease of addiction. Opioids wreak havoc on people around the world and other substances such as alcohol, prescription drugs and cocaine continue to cause widespread addiction even in Vermont.
Quality, professional treatment is available to those in need. Vermont inpatient rehab centers offer specialized care when you need it. For help finding a rehab center near you call 1-888-605-7779 today.
How Addiction is Impacting Vermont
Throughout the state of Vermont, opioids and alcohol pose the most significant threats. Recent surveys show that teens are abusing alcohol and marijuana at increased rates. Here’s how Vermont stacks up:
- 7% of residents over the age of 12 are struggling with alcohol use disorder.
- Opioid overdose rates have more than tripled in the past 5 years.
- Vermont ranks number one in the nation against all other states for having the most active duty military personnel being accepted into treatment for substance abuse.
- Adjusted on a per capita basis, Vermont ranks first in the nation for the number of pregnant or post-partum women being admitted into rehab for substance abuse disorders.
Types of Inpatient Rehab in Vermont
In order to provide residents with the greatest possible care, Vermont rehab centers offer a wide range of treatment services. These services are further tailored to patient needs and aligned to help reduce relapse risks, minimize withdrawal impact and provide a clear path toward recovery.
You’ll find the following types of rehab offered at inpatient centers throughout Vermont:
- Long-term rehab programs that provide 120-days or more of recovery support.
- Luxury rehab programs that offer resort-like amenities and gourmet meals.
- Holistic rehab programs that feature holistic practices such as acupuncture in addition to Western medicine techniques.
- Traditional rehab programs that provide standard counseling, therapy, and support to meet patient needs.
If you’re not sure which type of treatment is best for you, or if you have questions, don’t hesitate to call 1-888-605-7779 to speak with a rehabilitation specialist. We’re available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7-days a week.
How Long Will Treatment Take?
Depending on your needs, the severity of your addiction and various other factors it may take up to 120-days or more for you to fully recover from addiction. However, most people find that 90-days of treatment is the ideal starting point for recovery. In fact, NIDA recommends 90-days of treatment in order to reverse addiction and replace the old, negative habit with a new, positive habit such as exercise or healthy eating.
Some factors can prolong your recovery efforts. For instance, you will likely require substantially more time in an inpatient rehab center if you are struggling with dual diagnosis or if you are addicted to more than one drug. Likewise, if you’re addicted to benzodiazepines or to alcohol you may require a longer time in rehab because your detox will generally take 30 days or more.
Treatment lengths vary based on the following:
- Your age and how long you have been abusing drugs or alcohol. Older people tend to require longer time to heal.
- Your health and whether there are underlying health conditions or dual diagnosis. Mental illness affects 50% of all addicts so there’s a good chance that you will require dual diagnosis treatment.
- Your commitment to recovery. While commitment isn’t everything, if you are committed there will be less resistance to the treatment being offered and you are more likely to excel in the healing process versus someone who is not committed.
If you or someone you love needs help getting past addiction and leading a healthy life, call 1-888-605-7779 today and we’ll immediately connect you with a Vermont inpatient rehab center that can guide the way.
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