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Addiction Treatment In Vernon Rockville, CT

Vernon Rockville residents who are struggling with addiction have local treatment options to consider. Within the community, outpatient detox and treatment centers provide therapy and medication-assisted treatment, while residential care is available in nearby cities.

As you look for a treatment center, consider what type of therapy is best for your needs and choose a center that offers it.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

For most Vernon Rockville residents, detox is the first step in addiction treatment. Detox programs offer support and medical intervention while you go through the painful and uncomfortable withdrawal process.

In a detox program, you’ll receive medical intervention to manage these difficult symptoms. You’ll also have psychological and emotional support to help prevent early relapse.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

A stay in an inpatient addiction treatment center is often the best way to address addiction, especially in the early stages of treatment.

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Staying in an inpatient center means you have access to around-the-clock supervision.

Some of the types of therapy used in inpatient care include:

  • cognitive behavioral therapy
  • dialectical behavior therapy
  • music and art therapy
  • medication-assisted therapy
  • counseling
  • peer support groups
  • dual diagnosis treatment

Outpatient Treatment

For people who need addiction treatment but cannot move into a treatment center, outpatient treatment is the answer. Outpatient centers can include traditional outpatient care as well as intensive outpatient programs, which meets nine or more hours a week.

Partial hospitalization programs or day treatment is a type of outpatient care that provide all-day treatment while allowing you to sleep at your home.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

One type of therapy used in both outpatient and inpatient treatment centers is medication-assisted treatment. This program uses prescription medications to address opioid and alcohol addiction, while also providing therapy and counseling to address you as a whole person.

Medication-assisted treatment medications can reduce withdrawal effects or reduce your cravings for the substance.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Even after you’ve completed addiction treatment, you’re going to continue to need support in your sober-living journey.

Aftercare or alumni services provide that support to those who have finished a treatment program. Through peer support groups and community-based services, you can get help maintaining your sober-living goals.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Vernon Rockville addiction treatment programs will each vary in their length. Many times this is based off of the philosophy of the treatment center or your individualized treatment plan.

Some take a short-term view, offering treatment for 20 to 30 days. Others take a long-term approach, with lengths of 60, 90, or 120 days or longer.

How To Pay For Treatment

The cost of addiction treatment is high, but if you have health insurance, it will likely help. Check your behavioral health coverage to see if you have coverage for addiction treatment. Also consider what your copay and deductible costs would be.

If you are not insured, look into other options like:

  • applying for scholarships and grants
  • fundraising in your local community
  • taking advantage of Medicaid options
  • asking the rehab center about payment plans or sliding-scale fees

Substance Use Trends In Vernon Rockville And Tolland County, Connecticut

Vernon Rockville needs local addiction treatment because of the hold that addiction has on the local community.

It is part of Tolland County, which reports the following addiction trends:

  • In 2017, 47 people in Tolland County died due to drug-related overdose, which occurred at a rate of 31 deaths per 100,000 people.
  • Tolland County reported 150 ER visits for overdose reasons in the first four months of 2018.
  • Though these numbers are smaller totals, they are a large percent of the local population in Tolland County.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

About 90 minutes north of Vernon Rockville is Swift River, a residential treatment campus in Cummington, Massachusetts.

Here, every patient is given an individualized treatment plan that may include behavioral therapies, medication-assisted treatment, adventure therapy, and family support. Our campus sits along a river in the Berkshire Mountains for a tranquil and healing retreat.

To learn more about Swift River, contact us today.