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Substance Use Treatment Rehab

Marietta, Georgia - USA (Cobb County)

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Substance Use Treatment Rehab Serves Marietta & Cobb County Drug & Alcohol Addicts, Leading Them To A Sober Life. Many times when a person has finally reached the point to where he will admit a substance use problem exists and he needs help, he may worry that a treatment facility will not be able to help him with his specific abuse problem. If this is the case, the Substance Use Treatment Rehab facility, located at 1710 Cumberland Point Drive, SE, Marietta, GA, is a good choice.

This is not the time to point out to the person that drugs are drugs are drugs. This is true, but different types of drugs affect a person differently, and treatment protocols should address that. For this reason, the person who is helping locate a suitable treatment center should concentrate on finding that type of treatment center in the Marietta area.

The Substance Use Treatment Rehab is set up to accept and treat residents of Marietta and Cobb County who have substance use addictions. The term "substance use" includes alcohol, prescription drugs, and "street" drugs. In addition, "recreational" or "club" drugs (Ecstasy, MDMA, and others are examples of these) are also included.

This means that Marietta and Cobb County residents who have a substance use problem or have a loved one with this type of problem do not have to make an extensive search for a facility that can handle a specific problem. Staff members at the rehab center are trained to offer treatment that addresses any type of substance use.

Patients at Substance Use Treatment Rehab receive treatment in a residential setting. This is also sometimes referred to as in-patient treatment, and may be long-term or short-term, depending on the severity of the addiction.

Receiving residential treatment means that Marietta residents who use Substance Use Treatment Rehab will not leave the facility at all for a specific period of time. During that time, they may also have limited or no contact with family members or anyone outside of the Center. This ensures that the patient cannot have access to whatever substance it is that was abused. It also helps the patient to "settle in" to the program better, so that individual and group counseling sessions will be more productive.

The "seclusion" may be unsettling at first, but as the patient improves, it is likely that he will see how it was beneficial. For many people in Cobb County, the substance use problem was exacerbated by those with whom they had social contact. The substance was readily available, and each gathering included substance use. Both of these, along with other circumstances, can lead to substance abuse and addiction.

As treatment continues at Substance Use Treatment Rehab, contact with family members and others is eventually allowed. Sometimes, this contact may first occur within a group therapy setting, which provides an optimal environment for such a meeting. Topics that were brought up during the patient's previous individual and group therapy sessions can be introduced, and the counselor can work with everyone in attendance.

More information on residential treatment at Substance Use Treatment Rehab by writing or visiting 1710 Cumberland Point Drive, SE, Marietta, GA. The phone number is 678-466-7368 or 1-888-565-6401.

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