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The Ultimate Comparison Guide to Drugs & Alcohol Treatment

THE ULTIMATE COMPARISON GUIDE TO DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT TREATMENT PLANS TRADITIONAL OUTPATIENT INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT RESIDENTIAL SHORT TERM RESIDENTIAL LONG TERM SELF-HELP Individual, family or group services that meet at least once a week for a couple hours at a time, depending on the patient's needs and facility of choice Typically 28 or 30 days of living at a 24/7 care facility with others in recovery, attending educational lectures, More than 30 days of living at a 24/7 care facility with others in recovery, attending educational lectures, counseling sessions and a variety of activities during the day Education and counseling Quitting on your own and using your own plan and various methods sessions that meet a minimum of 2 hours per day for 3 or more days per week, often lasting counseling sessions and a variety of activities during the day between 8 and 16 weeks IMPACT ON DAILY LIFE MINIMAL MINIMAL MODERATE HIGH few interruptions to career, school and home few interruptions to career, school and home HIGH leave work and family for about a month leave work and family for 30+ days schedules around work and family life INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL SHORT TERM RESIDENTIAL LONG TERM SELF-HELP OUTPATIENT OUTPATIENT IDEAL CANDIDATES SELF-HELP TRADITIONAL INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL OUTPATIENT OUTPATIENT SHORT TERM LONG TERM Highly motivated, disciplined and committed to stopping Non-life-threatening withdrawal symptoms Supportive home environment No danger to self or others Self-motivated abstinence for duration of program Just completed residential treatment Long history of addiction Injected drugs Outpatient treatments failed Short term residential treatment failed COST BEFORE INSURANCE INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL SELF-HELP OUTPATIENT OUTPATIENT SHORT TERM LONG TERM $0- 3,000 $0- 10,000 $4,000- $10,000- $30,000- 40,000 10,000 60,000 INCLUDED I IN TREATMENT TRADITIONAL INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL SELF-HELP* OUTPATIENT OUTPATIENT SHORT TERM LONG TERM Medically-supervised, on-site detox Family counseling Group counseling Individual counseling Educational sessions Intensive workshops Special therapy (e.g. art, equine, massage) Fitness and recreation Relapse prevention Aftercare benefits "Self help plans are whatever you come up with. Some possibilities include self-help groups, personal coaching and anti-craving medications. * Detox often is a separate charge and is not on-site for all treatment centers. KEY ADVANTAGES SELF-HELP TRADITIONAL INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL OUTPATIENT OUTPATIENT SHORT TERM LONG TERM Less time commitment, allowing time for life responsibilities Less expensive Flexible More likely to be covered by insurance Ideal for aftercare support and continuing education More comprehensive learning experience Surrounded by safe, structured environment Ability to focus on recovery with minimal distractions Better outcomes than outpatient programs More time to heal and practice recovery skills Intense focus on relapse prevention Lower relapse rate than short-term residential rehab DROPOUT RATE NOT TESTED 29% 24% 17% 24% SELF-HELP OUTPATIENT INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL OUTPATIENT SHORT TERM LONG TERM

The Ultimate Comparison Guide to Drugs & Alcohol Treatment

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Selecting a treatment program that best suits the values, needs and personality of your loved one who is struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction can take hours of research and thoughtful consider...

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