Inpatient Rehab Referral Services
Here at inpatient rehab we are a drug and alcohol rehab referral service designed to match you with a plan that will work to get you clean and sober. How does that work? By having several choices designed to be tailor-made to your own unique needs.
Many patients find success with the traditional 12-step drug and alcohol program while others may be looking for a medically supervised detox treatment. The traditional 12-step path has worked for generations; it’s the drug rehab your mother’s generation and her mother’s generation grew up with. However, it may not be right for you. You may need a more intense medically-supervised detox program so that you know you can relax, that you are safe in the care of a doctor.
Other options include a holistic drug and alcohol treatment program, self-help treatments, cognitive behavior therapy, transitional living programs, aftercare, 1-on-1 counseling, group counseling, or faith-based treatment.
Service for You
All of these services are designed to be chosen when they are right for you and left behind when they aren’t. A program that isn’t fit for your life isn’t going to work in the long-term. This way, you are the captain of your own future. You feel more in control and with that control will come a more relaxed state of mind. You won’t feel the fear that some do when they enter a treatment facility. We are always there to help you in any way that we can.
We Can Help
Pick up the phone and call us, or fill out the form you see on this page, to get specialized drug treatment program information from inpatientrehab.org.
The drug cocktail that I was taking before treatment was shocking to many of my loved ones. I was taking cocaine, heroin, several hallucinogens and marijuana. I was also addicted to alcohol and was known to use alcohol at the same time I was using other drugs. After I overdosed on the drugs and was hospitalized, I realized that I would die if I did not seek help. I turned to inpatientrehab.org, a referral service, to find a treatment facility that could help me get over the many drugs I was taking regularly.
After entering the treatment facility, I went through the normal detoxification process. Due to the sheer amount of drugs and different types, the detoxification process was a challenging experience. The help and expertise of medical professionals was a necessity and I was able to move into the next phase of treatment.
The facility allowed me to explore different treatment options beyond the basics of counseling, which allowed me to find ways to handle the cravings. Giving up several addictions to drugs is a hard path, but I was given support and alternatives that made it possible for me to start living life without dependency.