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Addiction Treatment In Centereach, NY

Medication-assisted treatment, residential services, and substance use disorder counseling are available in Suffolk County. You’ll find treatment alternatives elsewhere on Long Island.

Additional treatment options are also available in other parts of New York or throughout the northeast. As you continue to search for an appropriate program, understanding the different options can help you choose one ideal for your situation.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Often called the first step in recovery, drug and alcohol detox alleviates uncomfortable and painful physical withdrawal symptoms.

Look for detox programs that provide a safe environment and include medical supervision. You may also receive medications to ease your withdrawal symptoms when necessary. Detox programs tend to last three to four days but can last longer depending on your needs.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Residential or inpatient alcohol or drug rehab programs provide a substance-free living environment along with evidence-based treatment. Look for an inpatient program that includes therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).

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Residential treatment can be gender-specific and serve people with special needs, including dual diagnosis clients, pregnant and parenting mothers, older adults, and adolescents. Residential programs may also include confidence-building experiences like wilderness, equine, art, and music therapies.

Outpatient Treatment

If you have a place to live that’s free of drugs and alcohol, outpatient treatment could be an option. Outpatient treatment is community-based and meets several times a week for at least one to two hours.

Outpatient treatment should include evidence-based group and individual therapy and peer support, along with activities that build sober-living skills.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is increasingly used to help with opioid or alcohol use disorders. MAT combines an FDA-approved medication like buprenorphine with group and individual therapy.

Most MAT programs last at least six months and can last a year or longer. MAT can also be used as part of a residential drug and alcohol treatment program.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

When you complete a drug rehab program, your journey of living substance-free is just beginning. You can continue to receive support for sober living by participating in an alumni or aftercare program.

Alumni and aftercare programs should include group or individual therapy. They can also include peer group support, including both 12-step and non 12-step meetings.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

You should look for a drug and alcohol rehab program that meets your individual substance use disorder and health needs.

The majority of treatment programs fall into the following program lengths:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day programs

How To Pay For Treatment

New York strongly adheres to the national mandate that private insurance programs should pay for addiction treatment. Nearly all rehab centers in New York accept payments from most or all private insurance plans. However, additional expenses may still apply.

If you’re eligible for Medicaid or Medicare, these programs also provide funding for drug rehab and other types of treatment.

Substance Use Trends In Centereach And Suffolk County, New York

Suffolk County, which includes Centereach, experiences problems associated with substance use.

Take a look at some recent facts:

  • Heroin overdoses were down by 30 percent in Suffolk County in 2018, but cocaine use is on the rise, along with benzodiazepines.
  • Suffolk County had 972 non-fatal opioid overdoses in 2018, a 30 percent decrease over the 1,475 overdoses the county experienced in 2017.
  • In 2018, 17.7 percent of adults in Suffolk County engaged in binge drinking, slightly lower than Long Island’s average of 18.1 percent.
  • Suffolk County’s rate of 43.7 alcohol or drug-related auto accidents is higher than New York’s state average of 29.9 per 100,000 residents.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River

Slightly less than four hours north of Centereach, Swift River offers holistic treatment for substance use disorders. Swift River provides detox, residential treatment, and alumni and aftercare services.

Using evidence-based therapy and experiences, we can help you establish a strong recovery to rebuild your life substance-free.

For information on admissions and services at Swift River, contact Vertava Health today.