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Addiction Treatment In Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Addiction is a complex disease that has a great hold over you physically and mentally. You may not be able to quit alone. Because of this, relapse is common.

An effective treatment program recognizes this complexity and the importance of learning strategies to stay in recovery. No one treatment is for everyone. In an effective treatment program, compassionate professionals help you learn to live a fulfilling life in recovery.

Hattiesburg Area Detox Programs

Detox is a very critical time. Regardless of the drug, you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms. Your body has become dependent on the drug for survival. So any withdrawal period can be very dangerous, or even deadly.

Only detox safely under medical supervision. You can do this in either an inpatient or outpatient setting to help keep you safe and prepare you for addiction treatment.

Residential Treatment Near Hattiesburg

In the inpatient setting, you’ll work with medical doctors to help address the physical side of addiction and addiction therapists to manage the mental part of it. You do this in both one-on-one sessions and group sessions with other people with similar addictions.

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In this setting, therapists may work with you using various types of treatment including:

Outpatient Treatment In Hattiesburg

When you can manage your own addiction, you may enter an outpatient program where you apply what you learn in treatment in the real world.

You need the support of family and friends as well as the ongoing care of the therapist. It’s important to realize that you may need to travel during outpatient treatment.

Aftercare & Alumni Services

Detox and rehab are only the beginning of your recovery journey. In order to stay in recovery, you need ongoing support from your community.

Look for treatment programs that offer some sort of aftercare and alumni services. Additionally, consider joining a 12-step program or attending other recovery meetings on a more regular basis.

Length Of Treatment

The longer you stay in a program, the more likely you are to stick to it. Like any chronic illness, if addiction isn’t managed long-term, relapse is inevitable.

When you go for an evaluation, you’ll learn your options and the length of stay that’s right for you.

This might be:

  • 30 days
  • 60 days
  • 90 days
  • 120 days
  • one year

How To Pay For Treatment

It’s important to know that finances should never be a barrier to the best treatment. You may simply need to generate funds from multiple sources.

Some common sources include private health insurance, starting a crowdsourcing page, family/friends, savings, Medicaid, grants, and payment plans with the rehab center. It’s always a good idea to start with your health insurance plan.

Substance Use Trends In Hattiesburg And Forrest County, Mississippi

In 2016, doctors prescribed 200 opioid prescriptions for every 100 people in Forrest County. That’s one of the highest rates in the country.

Prescription rates had dropped dramatically to around 93 per 100 by 2018.

But, now in 2019, this has left many addicted to these painkillers turning to other drugs:

  • Opioid-related emergency visits have risen a staggering 50 percent in just four years.
  • Around 47 for every 100,000 people in the county died of a drug-related overdose.
  • The county is also struggling with alcohol, cocaine, and meth use.

Get Started Today

Approximately four and a half hours from Hattiesburg in Southaven, Mississippi, you’ll find the help you need just south of Memphis.

Vertava Health Mississippi offers you a variety of therapies and relapse prevention programs in an inpatient treatment program. With medication-assisted treatment options and management of co-occurring conditions, Vertava Health offers you the opportunity to restore balance in your life.

For more information, contact Vertava Health today.