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Elite Rehab Placement is a no-cost, full service, drug and alcohol rehab assistance provider. Our mission is to help you, or a loved one, to find the right addiction treatment center for your specific needs. We work with several of the top rehab centers in the country and are able to deal with both them, and your insurance provider, on your behalf, to make sure that you’re placed in the best facility for your specific situation.
Having taken the first step to seek help for a drug addiction is the best effort to make toward living a life of sobriety

It is nothing short of miraculous. It takes a lot for a person to admit there is an addiction problem that needs medical attention. Having made the call to a facility of choice, the next step is the intake process, which includes a full assessment of your health, addiction, and family history. Examinations are conducted to help discover any co-occurring mental illnesses that may cause relapse if overlooked. Preparing for drug or alcohol detox in Ohio helps the process go smoothly.

Tell everyone who needs to know that you will be entering rehab. Make preparations whether it is for the job or your family. You may also need to inform your landlord and pay relevant bills ahead of time. The more things you can take care of before entering treatment, the less worry you will have. The goal is to place you in a setting where you can fully concentrate on your rehab goals.

Your intake specialist will tell you what to bring and what to leave at home. There are those occasions where patients enter rehab with little prep time, but that is okay. Treatment may be a situation of life or death for such clients. Patients will usually be asked to bring a seven-day supply of clothing that includes daytime clothes, pajamas, comfortable shoes, a jacket, and even a bathing suit. Patients will also be asked to bring items such as a toothbrush etc. Electronic communication items are to be left at home because they serve to distract patients from staying focused on their program. The intake specialist will also inform clients as to what medications, if any, they can bring.

During detox, patients may experience harsh withdrawal symptoms. While this may be the case for some, skilled clinicians are there every step of the way with patients to make sure they have proper medications. Medication adjustments can be made along the way as needed and patients can detox in caring and safe environment.

Detox is completed and the patient is ready for rehab, which offers counseling and cognitive therapies to help them understand the connection between their thoughts and actions. The idea is to treat as much of the “whole” person as possible. Addiction is more than just a physical disorder. It has a lot to do with a person’s thought patterns. Drugs and alcohol can impede a person’s ability to think properly, especially when some drugs are literally mind-altering.

Rehab can last for a week or longer depending on the person’s physical condition and the severity of their addiction. It can also be conducted as inpatient or outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment provides around-the-clock support and medications as necessary. Outpatient treatments allow for greater social flexibility. Patients can go on about their business after their rehab for the day is completed.

Aftercare follows detox and rehab to provide continual services for recovering patients. Patients are encouraged to stay in contact with their treatment centers, and to join groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

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Company Name: Elite Rehab Placement
Contact Person: Admissions
Email: admissions@eliterehabplacement.com
Phone: 844-707-5678
Address:903 Calle Amanecer, Suite 240
City: San Clemente
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: www.eliterehabplacement.com

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