Rehab Admissions

We hope the fact you are reading this information indicates you are contemplating getting treatment for your addiction. If you are hesitant to do so because you are unsure about the treatment process, then NFA Behavioral Health can ease your concerns. We can also tell you a bit about what to expect after rehab admissions. You have seen it in movies and likely heard the tales on the street. Now, let us tell you the truth about what happens during addiction treatment.

Rehab Admission – The Beginning

Woman learnings about the rehab admissions processWhen you first enter our NFA Behavioral Health facility, you will go through our rehab admissions process. Recovery starts with rehab admissions because that’s the point in time you need to start doing the work. We have designed our rehab admissions process to collect valuable information.

For example, we’ll want to know:

  • How long have you been abusing drugs or alcohol?
  • What is your drug of choice?
  • What is the current frequency and amount of your substance abuse?
  • Are there any extenuating circumstances behind your substance abuse?
  • Is there any other health or mental health issues of concern?

These questions will serve as a road map to help our intake clinician determine the right path to treatment. We do not subscribe to a cookie-cutter approach to treatment. In fact, we believe each client’s circumstances are unique and require a custom treatment plan. For this reason, the rehab admissions process plays such a vital role in the treatment process.

What to Expect After Rehab Admissions

After your intake interview, you will have a better idea of what the facility’s clinician has in mind for your treatment program. In all likelihood, you’ll start with a detox program. Without a clear mind and healthier body, it would be difficult for you to focus during therapy. That adds up to a waste of time.

Therefore, as a better solution, you need time to detox. Under the care of medical professionals, a detox program allows you to go through the process with little danger. If you begin to show signs of discomfort, then a doctor has the option to offer you relief medication. It’s great if you can detox as naturally as possible, but no one wants your well-being at risk.

After completing detox, it’s then time for you to start the work. Going through therapy is not easy. It requires a lot of open and honest communication. The reward for your honesty is a clear picture of the reasons you feel the need to medicate your life away. The truth about your addiction provides the path to the right solutions.

Many times, the client simply needs a better set of coping skills. If they can develop trigger-specific coping skills, they will have a fighting chance against relapses. That’s all anyone really wants, a chance to live life without drugs or alcohol taking them down.

As an extra layer of protection, it’s essential that you take advantage of aftercare options. While you are new to recovery, you won’t always feel stable. When things get a little shaky, there are aftercare resources that can protect you. Some of the more popular aftercare resources include sober living, 12-Step meeting participation, and additional outpatient counseling.

What to Expect After Rehab Admissions at NFA Behavioral Health

As we indicated above, our Canterbury, New Hampshire location focuses on proving a custom approach to treatment. We want to give you the best care possible, using a modern approach to treatment in the process. To that end, some of the treatment options we offer include:

From rehab admissions through to aftercare, you have nothing to fear about the addiction treatment process. Everything we do at NFA Behavioral Health we gear towards helping you establish a lifelong recovery. Let us be your guide, we can promise you’ll get the very best care possible. To start your recovery, speak with one of the NFA Behavioral Health staff members at 866.913.7957 .

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