What is an Addiction Recovery Center?

Addiction recovery centers are becoming more and more important as addiction rates continue to rise. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, addiction is a “chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences.” Addiction can take over someone’s life and ruin their relationships, career, and health. That is why it is so important to seek treatment at an addiction recovery center, like Isaiah House. Isaiah House is a faith-based addiction treatment center that has helped thousands of men and women break free from the grip of addiction.

 

What is an addiction recovery center?

An addiction recovery center is a facility that helps people with addiction problems. Isaiah House and other centers offer services such as detoxification, counseling, and much more to help addicts recover from their addiction.

Addiction recovery centers can be either inpatient or outpatient facilities. Inpatient addiction recovery centers require the addict to live at the facility for a period of time, while outpatient addiction recovery centers allow the addict to continue living at home while receiving treatment.

Isaiah House is an addiction recovery center that offers many different treatment options. Our programs include short-term residential, long-term residential, and outpatient treatment options.

 

Why are addiction recovery centers important?

Addiction recovery centers are important because addiction is a serious problem that can ruin people’s lives. Addiction can lead to job loss, financial problems, relationship problems, and health problems. Treatment at an addiction recovery center can help addicts recover from their addiction and avoid these negative consequences.

Isaiah House takes a holistic approach to recovery that addresses the spiritual, physical, mental, financial, legal, and educational aspects of our clients’ lives. We believe that recovery doesn’t only help the recovered individual. It also helps restore the family that they are a part of and improve the community that they live in.

 

What services do addiction recovery centers offer?

Not all addiction recovery centers offer the same services. The services offered will depend on the specific addiction recovery center. Below are a few of the services that you could expect to find at many addiction recovery centers, including Isaiah House.

Detoxification

Addiction recovery centers offer detoxification services to help people overcome their addiction. Detoxification is the process of removing toxins from the body. When someone is addicted to drugs or alcohol, their body becomes dependent on the substance and they will experience withdrawals when they stop using it. Detoxification helps rid the body of these toxins and prepares the addict for addiction treatment.

Many addiction recovery centers offer inpatient detoxification services. This means that the addict will live at the facility while they undergo detox. Inpatient detox allows the addict to receive around-the-clock care and supervision from medical professionals.

Counseling

Counseling is another important service offered at addiction recovery centers. Counselors work with addicts to help them understand their addiction and how to overcome it. Counseling can be done in individual or group sessions. Many addiction recovery centers offer both types of counseling.

Individual counseling sessions allow the addict to work one-on-one with a counselor. These sessions give the addict the opportunity to discuss their addiction in-depth and learn more about themselves. Group counseling sessions involve a group of recovering addicts who meet together to discuss their addiction and recovery journey. Group counseling can provide support and accountability for those in recovery. We’ve found that group counseling at Isaiah House provides a great community approach to recovery, as we take an approach that is guided, comforting, and honest.

Career services

Getting back into the workforce can be a challenge for those in addiction recovery. Some addiction recovery centers offer career services to help those in addiction recovery find employment. Career services can help recovering addicts update their resumes, prepare for job interviews, and find new jobs.

At Isaiah House, we offer job skills training to our clients. The focal point in our program is to provide opportunity, purpose, and employment for our clients while they are in treatment. Our long-term clients are guaranteed the opportunity of full-time employment after 100 days of treatment. We even have employment options within our organization!

 

Types of addiction recovery centers

There are many different types of addiction recovery centers. Some addiction recovery centers focus on treating a specific addiction, while others treat multiple addictions.

Residential treatment facilities are addiction recovery centers that require the addict to live at the facility for a period of time. Residential treatment facilities provide around-the-clock care and supervision. This type of addiction recovery center is beneficial for those who need more support during treatment.

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are offered in residential programs for continued care within the program and in outpatient addiction recovery centers for men and women who also use medication-assisted treatment. IOPs typically meet several times per week for a few hours at a time.

Outpatient programs (OP) are addiction recovery centers that allow the addict to keep their job, and continue living at home while receiving treatment. Outpatient programs offer individual and group counseling, peer support, and target case management.

 

Choosing an addiction recovery center

Although Isaiah House is our choice of centers, there are many addiction recovery centers to choose from. It is important to research different addiction recovery centers and find one that is right for you or your loved one. Consider the following when choosing an addiction recovery center:

  • The type of addiction being treated.
  • The severity of the addiction.
  • The location of the addiction recovery center.
  • The cost of treatment.
  • The length of the treatment program.
  • The programs offered by the addiction recovery center.

 

Isaiah House | An Addiction Recovery Center

At Isaiah House, our mission is to save lives, restore families, and improve communities through addiction recovery. We are a faith-based, non-profit, addiction recovery center that provides comprehensive, dual diagnosis treatment for men and women struggling with addiction. We are nationally accredited by CARF and AODE licensed by the state of Kentucky.

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction and feels there is no way out, there is still hope.

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