Drug, Alcohol and Addiction Help Locator

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  • Alabama
    (256) 399-0220
  • Arkansas
    (501) 205-1895
  • Connecticut
    (860) 812-4305
  • Florida
    (321) 369-9956
  • Idaho
    (208) 473-2918
  • Iowa
    (712) 266-3564
  • Louisiana
    (318) 935-6161
  • Massachusetts
    (413) 306-3232
  • Mississippi
    (417) 429-4943
  • Nebraska
    (402) 296-8256
  • New Jersey
    (856) 282-1120
  • North Carolina
    (252) 364-3119
  • Oklahoma
    (580) 352-3547
  • Rhode Island
    (401) 288-3581
  • Tennessee
    (615) 224-8063
  • Vermont
    (802) 428-4698
  • West Virginia
    (304) 945-0238
  • Alaska
    (800) 315-2391
  • California
    (619) 569-1716
  • Delaware
    (302) 294-0986
  • Georgia
    (678) 712-1869
  • Illinois
    (708) 248-8393
  • Kansas
    (785) 380-0230
  • Maine
    (207) 221-2169
  • Michigan
    (989) 607-5595
  • Missouri
    (816) 396-8714
  • Nevada
    (775) 473-9878
  • New Mexico
    (575) 541-3487
  • North Dakota
    (701) 484-0368
  • Oregon
    (541) 378-6675
  • South Carolina
    (803) 675-5067
  • Texas
    (956) 205-0280
  • Virginia
    (757) 337-2939
  • Wisconsin
    (920) 482-2915
  • Arizona
    (520) 979-3403
  • Colorado
    (970) 315-0226
  • District of Columbia
    (202) 509-9590
  • Hawaii
    (800) 315-2391
  • Indiana
    (812) 558-0063
  • Kentucky
    (502) 385-0557
  • Maryland
    (443) 219-0612
  • Minnesota
    (952) 223-1135
  • Montana
    (406) 545-2133
  • New Hampshire
    (603) 821-4064
  • New York
    (845) 247-5704
  • Ohio
    (740) 251-9016
  • Pennsylvania
    (267) 415-1524
  • South Dakota
    (605) 385-0105
  • Utah
    (801) 438-4160
  • Washington
    (425) 242-5130
  • Wyoming
    (307) 222-0334

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The History of Drug Treatment Centers and Drug Rehabilitation

Drugs have been around for thousands of years. It has been estimated that in the 1900s, there were about 250,000 addicts in the United States. In the mid-1970's, research shows that treatment could help an individual that was addicted to drugs. Treatment proved to be effective not only in helping the addict to stop using and abusing, but in avoiding relapse as well as successfully restoring their life. With the help of research, important guidelines were put into place that formed the basis for effective treatment programs. These important guidelines are as follows;


Addiction is an intricate and treatable disease.

Addiction affects the function of the brain and behavior of the individual. There is no specific treatment that is totally right for everyone. We are all unique and treatment needs to be designed for each individual.


Treatment has to be available at all times.

For treatment to be effective, it has to be geared to the various needs of the individual, it cannot just be centered toward their drug use and abuse. It is extremely important and critical if the treatment is to be successful, that the individual stays in treatment for the proper amount of time. Individual Counseling, Group Counseling and other Behavioral Therapies are forms of drug abuse treatment. Combined with counseling and other behavioral therapies, medications are an essential part of treatment for many individuals. A person's treatment and service plan needs to be evaluated and adjusted on a regular basis, as the needs of the individual changes the treatment must always meet their needs. Many drug addicted individuals have other mental disorders also.


Drug Treatment Centers & Alcohol Rehab Centers

The first stage of addiction treatment is medically assisted detoxification, it's important to include other forms of treatment because detoxification treatment alone has no long term effect on drug abuse and addiction. Treatment doesn't have to be done voluntarily to be effective, and ofter an intervention is required. Lapses (re-lapse) during treatment can occur so it's crucial that drug use during treatment be monitored on a continuous basis.


There are many types of drug treatment approaches available depending upon an individual's needs. Again, each individual is unique as well as their drug addiction and needs to be structured towards the individual's personal needs. Drug Rehabilitation is also referred to as rehab, this process is for medical and psychotherapeutic treatment for drug and alcohol dependency. Drug rehabilitation has proved to be successful in treating drug addiction for many people. For Treatment Center information call 1-800-559-9503 to speak with a Substance Abuse Counselor.


Addiction Treatment & Behavioral Treatment

Behavioral treatment helps the individual partake in the treatment process and to modify their behavior and attitude towards drug use and abuse. There are many behavioral approaches; there are also outpatient behavioral treatment programs available. Residential treatment (in-patient) is very effective in treating individuals with severe drug problems. Out-patient treatment programs, support groups, 12 step programs, and sober houses are all types of drug and substance abuse treatment options.


Drug Treatment and Drug Rehabilitation treats the 'whole individual', not just the addiction. When a person understands why they were making bad choices, changing bad behaviors becomes much easier and much less likely to repeat.

With a combination of experienced professional Counselors and Therapists, Drug Treatment Centers and Drug Rehabilitation Facilities have successfully helped thousands of people stop abusing drugs and embrace life again.

Contact A Substance Abuse Counselor

We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-559-9503 or have a Counselor Contact You

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