Addiction Treatment In East Islip, NY
East Islip has one drug and alcohol rehab program offering outpatient counseling to teens and adults. You can locate residential rehab centers, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and medically-supervised detox programs elsewhere on Long Island.
As you search, look for programs that can meet your individual treatment plan needs throughout New York state and regionally in the northeast.
Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs
When you stop using drugs or alcohol, you can experience withdrawal. Detox programs help you cope with physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms.
Most detox programs last for a few days and include medical supervision. These programs can be part of a seamless continuum of substance use disorder recovery and care.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Offering help and care 24 hours a day, seven days a week, inpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs combine medical treatment models with behavioral therapy and experiences. Residential drug rehab programs also provide a peaceful and healing atmosphere for recovery.
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Some rehab programs specialize in treating mental and behavioral health disorders, including anxiety, depression, and trauma. Seek residential treatment that uses evidence-based therapies, a holistic community of care, and individualized treatment plan options.
Outpatient treatment is a good choice for people who have secure, substance-free and supportive home environments. Outpatient programs can vary in intensity, from outpatient therapy that meets two or three times a week to programs that meet daily for several hours a day.
Medications including buprenorphine, naltrexone, and methadone are used in combination with therapy and peer group support in medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT has been used for a number of years and studies have shown it is effective for opioid and alcohol use disorders.
MAT programs can last between six months and a year. Some MAT programs last longer than a year, especially for opioid use disorders.
Aftercare And Alumni Services
A number of people who have completed drug and/or alcohol rehab continue to receive support for maintaining sobriety through alumni and aftercare programs.
These programs can include evidence-based group and individual therapy. Some programs also include peer group and 12-step support, as well as employment assistance.
Length Of Addiction Treatment
Drug and alcohol treatment should be individually designed to meet your specific health needs.
You’ll find that many programs fit into standard program lengths, including:
- 30-day programs
- 60-day programs
- 90-day programs
- 120-day programs
How To Pay For Treatment
Federal law and regulations stipulate that private insurance companies must provide substance abuse treatment the same way that they fund treatment for physical health challenges like cancer and heart disease.
New York State also reinforces regulations on private insurance companies. As a result, most New York rehab programs accept nearly all private insurance plans. Some rehab centers also offer scholarships, discounts, and payment plans.
Substance Abuse Trends In East Islip And Suffolk County, New York
Over 6,160 people in Suffolk County received treatment for drug and/or alcohol use in 2017.
Other facts from this area include:
- In 2018, Suffolk County’s rate of alcohol- and drug-related auto crash injuries or deaths was among the highest in New York State at 43.7 per 100,000.
- 17.7 percent of Suffolk County residents engaged in binge drinking in 2018.
The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Swift River
Located in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, Swift River is about four hours north of East Islip.
At Swift River, we provide year-round adventure therapy and wilderness experiences on our pristine 500-acre campus. Our multidisciplinary staff offers many treatment methods for addiction and other health needs.
For information on the admissions process at Swift River, contact Vertava Health today.