Drug and alcohol medical care providers cater to several kinds and phases of treatment. Frequently, a continuum of care benefits individuals struggling with addiction with graduated levels of structure and support. Somehow, the people who recover fast need only primary care which is inpatient treatment or rehab but for people who require a much longer support-system and extra recovery time needs sober living house (tertiary treatment). Secondary treatment is the additional treatment phase given by some rehab centres. Individual needs, finances, and other factors are included in defining the level of care (primary, secondary or tertiary).
After a thorough assessment the primary treatment is the first stage of recovery and consists of inpatient treatment or rehab. When the person gets out from the addiction, he/she understands how these drugs and alcohol abuse create a negative impacts on their life and concentrated group discussions will also provide help to addicts. This environment enables the patient to develop coping techniques, confidence building and the ability to identify triggers.
Involvement by the family is highly recommended.
A strong foundation for long-term recovery is built by the primary treatment.
30 to 90 days is the normal cycle of this treatment
Secondary level is the stage that starts after the Primary treatment
This temporary form of medical care enables patients to carry on coordinating directly with a specialist as they tackle psychological and emotional concerns comprehensively and start to trace the behaviours which caused the dependency. This stage is strong however to some degree less organized than primary treatment. Most of the time it spans 1 to 6 months and is beneficial for patients who require assistance in knowing how to live life without drugs.
This is a very serious time for many in recovery and risk of relapse is high. Gaining control of their lives is helped through the process of learning to see the importance of responsibility and accountability of their own actions. Secondary treatment for the most part endures one to six months.
Tertiary Treatment (Sober Living Houses) is required for those people who need help for longer terms because they recover slowly Also support given family and friends during recuperation is very important. Sober house doesn't mean it is a house, it can often be a flat or apartment. Occupants often have to pay for their stay, food and lodging.
The basic task of sober living houses is to provide a secure and calm surrounding to individuals during continuous recovery to make themselves adjustable in a fresh, sober lifestyle, although the structures of sober living houses differ.
A Stay Will Be From 2 To 3 Months
Residents of sober living homes are expected to abide to specific regulations which mostly consist of curfews and active involvement in household tasks. Personal responsibility is the main aim in a sober house. Residents are typically permitted to come and go during the day but are required to work or attend school. Random drug assessment is mostly conducted and those who resulted positive are required to leave the house and will be sent for primary medical care.
Our rehabilitation is not the same at Drug Rehab Oxfordshire, confidential, in-patient treatment is carried out for a few weeks or months at home for a better recovery result and to make their lives more stable, peaceful, productive to make supportive of their rehab process. When the therapist moves out their is still communication between them and the client through Skype or phone.