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Michigan Drug Rehab
Michigan drug rehab options are plentiful. It’s important because Michigan’s immediate proximity to the Canadian border makes it a prime hot spot for drug smugglers. The highly potent form of marijuana known as “B.C. Bud” is among the most frequently smuggled, along with MDMA (also known as Ecstasy) and various types of heroin.
In Michigan alone, federal law enforcement officials seized 306.5 kgs of cocaine, 20 kgs of heroin, 53.3 kgs of MDMA and 3,472 kgs of marijuana in 2008. The number of meth labs has steadily decreased over the years, but law enforcement did see an increase year-over-year in 2008. It is a growing problem that keeps Michigan drug rehab facilities busy.
There are many Michigan drug rehab options for those who are ready to beat their addiction, like inpatient, outpatient and long-term residential. Michigan drug rehab is especially critical when state residents have such ready access to large amounts of narcotics. Rehab provides an environment of support, safety, and removal from negative influences. There is a built-in support network of people who understand the addiction battle and related struggles. They can share advice and encouraging stories from their own past experience.
The Freedom Treatment Center Michigan Drug Rehab Courses
(1) “Therapeutic Training Routines”
“Drugs aren’t even the real problem, but symptoms of an underlying problem”
Many people mistakenly think that drugs and alcohol are the problem, and focus all their energies on handling the substances, rather than the true problem….continue
(2)“New Life Detoxification”
“If I am truly clean and sober, why don’t I feel better?”
One of the biggest problems facing substance abusers entering treatment is that very little emphasis is placed upon the physical component of addiction….continue
“If you don’t know how to apply the material, the material won’t apply to you.”
One of the biggest stumbling blocks for substance abusers in early recovery from addictions is in incorrectly processing information that could be vital towards their long-term recovery. …continue
(4) “Communication and Perception”
“Am I existing in the present or reacting to things from my past?”
Many times a substance abuser in early recovery are told they just need to deal with “life on life’s terms”. Unfortunately, dealing…continue
(5) “Ups and Downs in Life “
“Dealing with People, Places and Things”
In a perfect world, a substance abuser would enter into treatment, return home and life would be wonderful….continue
(6)“Personal Values and Integrity”
Sorry isn’t good enough. For us to truly change, we must become responsible….continue
(7) “Changing Conditions in Life “
“Maintaining and Improving our Recovery”
Generally speaking, in early development, most people are not in control of their moods, emotions or mental states. A “good day” is relatively dependant upon outside events, people and circumstances…continue
(8) “Way to Happiness “
“A new Pair of Glasses”
What happens when years of substance abuse begin to distort our ideas of right and wrong? The basics of life begin to be replaced with other codes…take what you want, lie to get out of trouble, do anything to get ahead….continue
Being in a Michigan Drug Rehab
Being in a Michigan drug rehab can help a recovering addict remain committed to their goals, if they will truly embrace the program and all its offerings. Typical offerings include counseling, therapy, life skills education, mentoring, social activities, job placement services, detox and aftercare. The program is designed to help the addict get well, but in reality recovering addicts are the only ones who can truly make that decision. Without an internal commitment, the addict will lose the recovery battle.
Regarding cost, some Michigan drug rehab programs are more expensive than others. Outpatient is typically more affordable because, unlike inpatient and long-term residential, it usually does not offer overnight care, medical supervision or on-site detox services. However, cost should not be the primary consideration when choosing a Michigan drug rehab program. Instead, compare all other factors and, upon choosing one that suits the individual’s needs, look for ways to make it affordable. This might include a financing plan, insurance coverage, or grant assistance, because cost should never stand in the way of access to life-changing Michigan drug rehab programs.
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You can find freedom from drug and alcohol addiction. Our holistic approach from an experienced and caring staff give you the tools necessary to recover in a healthy, comfortable environment so you can get on with your life.