Bring Back the Innocence of Their Childhood!
Don't Keep Your Concerns a Secret.
Call Experienced, Licensed Professionals to Find the RIGHT Answers for You!
This is the only site where you will find a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, with a Masters degree in Addiction, who has been the Director of a State's Substance Abuse Programs can help you find LONG TERM REHAB Programs. A counselor who has dedicated his life to saving addicts by knowing the services that work.
TALK TO A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL WITH 30+ YEARS EXPERIENCE FOR FREE
We will get you in touch with Longterm Rehab Centers with the best outcomes!
Note for the website's author:
("From my background and my experience reviews other sites, I can confidently say that I do not understand why this site is not ranked the first on the first page. There isn't another site where you will find non-biased information about longterm drug rehab centers from a source that knows this field from having years education and experience and who isn't trying to sell any specific program, but only trying to share my knowledge in my retirement.
In many cultures, past and present, value is granted to those who have lived long enough to have the experience and wisdom to help others. Our society is based more on a youth-orientation with credence being given to the physically fit and those that are marketed to be the opinion leaders rather than those with a proven history of being valuable. It is values like this that has led to our epidemic of substance abuse and addiction.
Supposedly, ranking are absed on the value of the content in the site and they measure that by how long a person stays on the site and if the go to other pages on that site. I believe that if you take your valuable time to read what I have learned through my education, research and experience, you will be better equipped to make a good, sound decision in choosing an effective long-term drug rehab center. You will also help this site rating by spending the time it takes to learn what I am communicating.
I am semiretired and my purpose and happiness comes from helping those with addiction problems find solutions that work. I feel that the time you spend on this site is a fair exchange for the information you receive. You can also call me to get more specifics about your individual situation. All of these services are offered free of charge.")
What this site can offer:
Everyone knows that 30-day programs are NOT effective. We have reviewed over 150 30-day programs, on site, and the best success rate was 8%.
If you are surfing the web to find information about appropriate alcohol and drug treatment programs, then you can save yourself a treamendous amount of anguish and anger by calling our highly experienced (retired) professionals that have reviewed over 170 rehab programs over 30 years and they have done overf fifteen outcome studies... Most site have someone on commission who will try anything to overpower your abilities to reason. It is very much like buying a used car, execpt someone's life hangs in the ballance.
Many of these programs wouldn't get too much higher outcomes if they were 90 days. It all depends on clinical approach of the drug rehab, but there are so many things in addict's life that need "fixing", that it would be impossible to accomplish this task in less than 90 days.
Call our Senior, Licensed Counselor, who has over 35 years of experience in this field and was the Director of three Long-term Drug Rehab facilities, and find out what WORKS and what doesn't.
Don't learn about ineffective alcohol and drug treatment on the backs of your loved one who is confused and suffering and needs real help.
If you or anyone you care for is suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, and your are very serious about ending this problem, once and for all, your best chance to get back your life or to save the life of your friend or loved one is a long-term drug rehab treatment center that has documented success.
Why Choose a Long Term Drug Rehab Center over Other Rehab Center?
Simple Answer: Short Term Rehab is Ineffective...for many reasons, but mainly, you cannot do what is necessary to treat addiction thoroughly in 30 days or less or in outpatient rehab. Read further and find out more details as to why you should choose LONG TERM Alcohol and Drug Rehab or Treatment.
Definition of terms:
"Long-term drug rehab" is a term that has historically been used for alcohol and drug rehab programs that are 90+ days. (This includes detox and treatment)
Many centers are now calling themselves "Longterm" when they are not doing any more clinical work than most short-term centers. If you are looking at a 12-step based program, it is very difficult to find a program that will take the patients through the 5th step. Most will stop at the 3rd because they believe that you can't ask a patient to examined their past until they have a year or more sobriety. It is very difficult for any recovering addict to be successful resuming a normal life without drugs if they don't confront the things that they are ashamed of in their past.
It is hard on newly recovering patients to confront all of the "crimes" that they are guilty of without being stable, but there are many good programs that get a patient to that point in the first 90 days.
If you allow the patient to leave the program before they have confronted their past, they are very unlikely to do so outside of the residential treatment setting, which is leaving them with many unhandled problems that will continue to re-stimulate them to crave drugs to handle the pain of their past transgressions.
"Short-term" alcohol and drug rehab are traditionally 28 to 30-day residential rehab programs. (Again, this includes detox and treatment.) There are very few people that have been addicted to alcohol and other drugs that report that short term treatment was sufficient to meet their needs. In the 30+ years of experience that we have been working as licensed alcohol and drug counselors, we never recommend that someone attend short term treatment. The true outcome statistics for short-term alcohol and drug treatment is generously about 10%.
Most short-term rehab programs will tell everyone that enters, that only one in ten of you will make it. That is a generous estimation, since the outcomes are closer to 5%. When you are taking the only money that you can muster up to get a loved one into drug treatment, it is depressing and angering to find out, after the fact, that there is only a very small chance that they will recover. When they return from short-term alcohol and drug treatment, you find that they are now required to attend 90, 12-step meeting, in 90 days. You can also see that there isn't much change in their behaviors and they want to associate with the same drug-using friends that they had before. At this point, you might as well resign yourself to the disappointment that they attended a rehab center that doesn't know how to get a success from its graduates.
Most alcohol and drug rehab programs are short-term (28 to 30 days) because that is the maximum days allowed by most insurances companies. Anyone that has experience in the rehab field knows that there is very little change in behaviors during a month of alcohol and drug treatment. For the most part, it takes that long to merely detox. Therefore, it isn't surprising that most short-term drug rehabs have about a 5% success rate. Almost all short-term rehab programs have required aftercare programs that recommend that the graduates attend 90 support group meetings in 90 days after graduation. However, hardly any of these graduates have the wherewithal to be successful in the real world and comply with this advice. Most graduates of short-term treatment will be back in their addiction within 14 days after leaving treatment.
Most addicts and/or alcoholics will balk at the idea of going to a longterm treatment program, in fact, they think that 30 days are more than they are willing to confront.
Through the intervention process, you have to get the client to be open about the possibility of staying longer. You can bargain with them that the family or loved ones are fine with a 30 day initial commitment and leave it at that during the enlistment process, but once they are beginning to get their bodies and minds clean, you need to have them in a program that offers the ability to extend their treatment, otherwise, they will definitely be counting the days until they get past the 30-day period and then it is very difficult to get them to think in terms of a longer period of treatment.
Intervening on someone to get them into treatment is a delicate balancing act and you really have to be on your toes to not commit to some sort of bargain that they can later throw back at you as the "agreement".
Actually, 90 days is the minimum time needed to detox from the toxic effects of alcohol and other drugs.
Most people think that they can be drug-free for two weeks and be rid of the influences that drugs have on their behaviors, but, truthfully, a person needs at least 90 days for the body to begin to start functioning free of the influence of alcohol and other drugs.
A person must then have time to confront one's problems and begin taking responsibility for one's life without the crutch of alcohol or other drugs that have been "protecting" them from dealing with their lives.
The most successful rehab programs are opened ended, meaning that each individual will stay as long as it takes to really understand and use the new behaviors that they are learning in drug rehab.
Successful programs have a curriculum of therapeutic activities that will require at least three to four months to complete, so if you are looking at programs that are the traditional 30-days, you need to be aware that less than 10% of those that complete 30-day programs are able to stay out of their addiction.
The time that is required for someone to make the life changes needed to give up an alcohol and/or drug addiction is different for everyone. Some people have been able to keep their lives together while they have been using and, therefore, they don't have as much remedial work to reclaim a successful life, but others have been doing drugs for most of their lives and the ONLY ways that they know how to survive is via alcohol and other drugs. These individuals my require six months or more treatment to learn the behaviors and skills necessary to be successful and not depend on alcohol and other drugs to cover their losses.
Our professional counselors will help you determine what form of treatment is most appropriate for your individual case. A few people will be able to get by with short-term alcohol and drug treatment, whereas most others need more time and a more intense regime of therapies. There are a few alcoholics and addicts that can recover using outpatient treatment, but these are the exceptions and not the rule.
Don't find out which program you needed after the fact and after your budget is decimated by the short-term center!
When looking for a long-term drug rehab center or alcohol addiction treatment program that provides alcohol and drug rehabilitation for a period of time that is appropriate to end the problem, it is important to remember that results are what matter most. Some people feel that if they are in a program for six months to one year in length, they will have a better chance of recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. Indeed, long term treatment is usually better than short term, but most of the longterm treatment centers are doing the same thing in six months to a year that they did in 28 days, they are merely doing it more thoroughly and slower. These actions that produce poor results are failed practices and NO ONE should believe that larger doses of a failed practice will suddenly make it work. If the 28 to 30 day program isn't successful, extending the duration of treatment won't dramatically change the outcomes.
To completely handle alcohol or drug addiction, it takes as long as is necessary to handle ALL of the elements that caused addiction; the physical cravings, emotional upsets or problems, ethics changes, and productivve life-skills.
This cannot be done in less than 90 days!
What "Long-Term Drug Rehab Centers" can do for you:
Based on a short assessment, Long-Term Drug Rehab will refer you to an effective program that addresses ALL of the issues that have been proven to cause and continue one's alcohol or drug addiction. We don't believe that anyone should have to suffer from relapse and the disappointments that brings, when you can take the time to do a rehab program that will end your cravings and psychological disabilities that are not handled or even addressed by short-term, ineffective treatment.
The Long-Term Drug Rehab Centers Helpline offers free consultations and rehab referrals to find the drug rehabilitation center that best suits your needs and will give you the outcome of being off all drugs, preparing you for a healthy, happy and productive life.
This site is adding individual listing to the different individual states, but this process in progress, but it will give you state-specific programs that are designed for those who do not have the ability to pay for treatment (state-funded) programs.
It is difficult to navigate through the "treatment finding" or procurement process. It is BEST to call our counselors and let us help you with this process. 1-888-781-7060.
That is why we are here. To help you with the pitfalls that are so common when you have a battle of wills and you know what is best for the user, but they are determined that it is their life and THEY know what is best. Many times you will hear something of this nature: "it is my life and I know what I need!"
This is coming from someone that has been making bad choices for themselves for a long time, yet their need to have a good feeling of empowerment, leads them to insisting that they know themselves better than the family and the professionals.
DRUG REHAB PROGRAMS
We specialize in helping people find long-term alcohol and drug rehab facilities.
For immediate assistance to find a longterm drug rehabilitation center, call now 1-888-781-7060. You may also fill out the form below and a professional counselor will assist you as soon as possible.
End the Abuse that comes with having a DUI or DWI!
We are Fair, Reasonable and Professional.
Go to this Page.
Drugs of Abuse
Heroin Addiction Rehab Heroin addiction falls under the heading of opiate addiction, which is the second leading addiction in our society; following alcohol addiction. Heroin is noted for having the highest euphoria potential of all street drugs, therefore, it causes physical and psychological addiction. Heroin Addiction is defined as a state of physiological, psychological and emotional dependence on a drug with a high morbidity potential.
Cocaine Addiction Rehab Cocaine addiction was the number one addiction in the 1980s, but is still very prevelent today. Cocaine has a long history of abuse with Sigmond Freud and William James being two 19th century figures that shortened their lives with continual use of cocaine. Cocaine addiction is the addiction to a stimulant. Derived from the coca leaves. Cocaine is a powerfully addictive drug of abuse. Once having tried cocaine, an individual cannot predict or control the extent to which he or she will continue to use the drug.
Crystal Meth Addiction Treatment Crystal Meth addiction and abuse has three patterns: low intensity, binge, and high intensity. Low-intensity abuse describes a user who is not psychologically addicted to the drug but uses crystal meth on a casual basis by swallowing or snorting it. Binge and high-intensity abusers are psychologically addicted and prefer to smoke or inject Crystal Meth to achieve a faster and stronger high. Binge abusers use crystal meth more than low-intensity abusers but less than high-intensity abusers.
Crack Addiction Treatment Cocaine is usually sold on the street as a fine white powder and is generally either sniffed into the nose or injected by needle into a vein, with the latter being the type of administration that is most common with cocaine addiction. When cocaine is boiled or cooked with sodium bicarbonate, it is converted into a freebase form called crack cocaine and is more addictive than before and is relatively cheap per dose.
Marijuana Addiction Treatment Marijuana mixture of leaves, stems, and flowering tops of the Indian hemp plant Cannabis sativa smoked or eaten for its hallucinogenic and pleasure-giving effects. The psychoactive ingredient of marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is concentrated in the flowering tops; hashish, a drug prepared from the plant resin, has about eight times more THC than marijuana. Marijuana grows throughout temperate regions, with the more potent varieties produced in dry, hot, upland climates. Except for limited medical purposes, cultivating marijuana is illegal in all but a few countries.
Oxycontin Addiction Treatment Oxycontin addiction has become one of the leading problems in prescription drug addiction in America today. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strengthened the warnings and precautions sections in the labeling of OxyContin (oxycodone HCl controlled-release) Tablets, a narcotic drug approved for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Oxycontin addiction is quickly becoming the number one abuse problem within prescription drug abuse.
Call Toll-Free Any Time