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What to Expect from Rehabilitation

“Change must start from the individual. And the individual must want and feel ready to make such change.” – Efrat Cybulkiewicz
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Finding an effective treatment program for a substance abuse problem can feel overwhelming. It’s normal to have questions about the entire process. Whether you want to understand the process better for yourself or a loved one, here’s a quick overview of what you can expect from rehabilitation at New Hope Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program, Inc.:

  • Checking In. Your recovery starts from the moment you check in. Our qualified mental health professionals will conduct a full interview and assessment of your health and addiction. This will help us better understand your situation and needs, and recommend the most appropriate treatment program possible.
  • Detox and Withdrawal. If required, you may be referred to detox. The detox process is often regarded as the most difficult part of rehab physically. This is because the withdrawal process can cause uncomfortable, and even dangerous, physical and psychological symptoms, such as shakiness, nausea, irregular heartbeat, depression, agitation, mood swings, and insomnia.
  • Therapy. Depending on your needs, we offer different types of therapies, including Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, and Support Groups. Through therapy, we help people understand their addiction, recognize triggers, and develop healthy coping strategies.
  • Post-Rehab. Our drug and alcohol treatment programs are designed to help you get well and stay well in the long run. At discharge, our team can provide post-treatment recommendations to help you transition from treatment to life after rehab.

Offering Care and Compassion When You Need It Most
If you have further inquiries about our treatment programs, please don’t hesitate to call us at 323-750-2850. If you are ready to get started on your treatment, we encourage you to Schedule an Assessment at your earliest convenience.

If you are experiencing a drug or alcohol-related crisis, or if you are concerned for someone you know, call 211 for 24/7, toll-free, confidential assistance. You may also contact the following substance abuse hotlines: +1-800-347-8998 (Cocaine Anonymous), +1-800-736-9805 (Families Anonymous), or +1-800-622-2255 (National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Hopeline).