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Addiction Treatment In Burkesville, KY

For most people struggling with a drug use disorder, professional treatment will be required before recovery is possible.

The purpose of addiction treatment programs is to give you the support and resources you need to get sober and stay that way.

Every addiction treatment program is unique, so be sure to research your options carefully before you decide where you will enroll.

Alcohol and Drug Detox Programs

A detox program is a short-term program that will help you move through the first part of addiction treatment: withdrawal.

The goal of this program is to minimize the symptoms you experience during withdrawal, as well as to protect you from any potential complications. Most detox programs offer medications and other supportive services.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient treatment, which may also be called “residential” treatment, offers the maximum amount of support for people battling addiction. When you enroll in an inpatient program, you will receive continuous care while under constant supervision.

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These rehab programs are typically conducted in a facility that includes comfortable overnight accommodations and common areas designed to help you relax and focus on your recovery.

Various services are available to patients in addiction treatment, from group therapy sessions to recreational activities.

Outpatient Treatment

If you have recently graduated from inpatient treatment, or if you are not able to enroll in inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment may be the best option available.

Outpatient rehab programs are similar to inpatient treatment in that they may include many services.

However, these programs are not as intensive and allow more freedom for patients. Do not enroll in an outpatient program unless you are sure you have enough support to stick to the treatment program without being admitted to an inpatient facility.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

In a medication-assisted treatment program, you will take an FDA-approved prescription medication to reduce your cravings while you work toward recovery.

Although medication is a primary focus of this type of program, other services are often incorporated as well. For example, you may participate in cognitive behavioral therapy sessions on a regular basis while taking the prescribed medication.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Returning to your everyday life after you have completed addiction treatment can be difficult, and the risk of relapse is always there.

Research indicates that maintaining a connection to the addiction recovery community through aftercare services can help reduce your chances of relapsing. The exact services available will vary by facility, so ask about these options before you enroll.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Different rehab facilities offer addiction treatment programs of differing lengths. The longest addiction treatment programs may last for as much as one year.

Shorter programs take place over a few weeks and up to 30 days. In general, choosing a longer treatment program is recommended whenever possible.

How To Pay For Treatment

Most patients pay for addiction treatment services using a combination of cash payments, credit cards, and health insurance reimbursements.

However, if these options won’t cover the full cost of your treatment, assistance may be available from other sources. For example, you may qualify for coverage from Kentucky Medicare or Medicaid. You may also be able to apply for a treatment grant.

In cases where you could afford your portion of the bill if it weren’t all due at once, you may be able to negotiate a payment plan with the treatment facility.

Substance Use Trends In Burkesville And Cumberland County

The following rates represent the substance use problem in Burkesville and Cumberland County, where Burkesville is located:

  • Burkesville County fortunately experienced no fatalities due to overdose in 2018.
  • Cumberland County was one of very few counties to record no fatal overdoses during this year.
  • The rate of overdose fatalities in this county is suppressed based on state data release standards.
  • Although Burkesville had no fatal overdoses in 2018, many people in this area still struggle with addiction and need quality treatment.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: The Bluffs

For residents of Burkesville, the nearest Vertava Health treatment center is The Bluffs, which is approximately 7.5 hours away.

At this rehab facility, you will relax and enjoy the beauty of nature while working to build skills that will help you stay sober outside of treatment.

All treatment programs at this facility are customized to meet the needs of the individual patient, and gender-specific programming for both men and women is available. Contact Vertava Health today to learn more.