Get Help in Finding the Right Drug Rehab Program
We help individuals, families and other professionals find the right rehab program and addiction treatment center that are most suited to their unique needs. When you reach out to Fight Addiction Now, we will discuss your personal, physical and mental health needs. We can then help you develop a plan and take the next steps.
Accepting treatment is hard. We get it. Let us help you through the process.
What Is the Admissions Process Like?
Getting admitted into a drug rehab program starts with reaching out the desired facility by phone, email or website. The first step they will usually take is looking over your insurance plan to see if and how much treatment you’re covered for at their facility. You call tell them your insurance information over the phone, or sometimes you can enter it into their website.
Fight Addiction Now can also help you determine how much substance abuse treatment you would be covered for before you contact a treatment center. You can securely send your insurance info to us through our website:
Verify Your Addiction Treatment Coverage
After your insurance plan has been reviewed, the facility will discuss any additional costs in order to complete the entire program. Each treatment center differs on which kinds of payments it accepts. Some will only take out-of-pocket payments, while others will offer financing and, possibly, scholarship options.
Once the payment has been worked out, you can travel to and be formally admitted into the treatment center. The intake process usually begins with an evaluation and a medical history review in order to craft your individual treatment plan.
Why You Need Long-Term Treatment to Get Sober
For years, the standard length of an addiction treatment program has been 30 days. But, research is showing that it takes 90 days of treatment or more for the best odds of remaining sober.
Consider that among people who complete a drug rehab program, only about 30 percent are successful in avoiding relapse. And then think about all of the people that drop out or relapse before even completing a program.
So, going through rehab is never a guarantee of everlasting sobriety, but the longer you are in treatment, the stronger your chances will be. After all, it takes time to readjust one’s thinking, practice relapse-prevention strategies, repair one’s relationships, and to heal mentally and emotionally from addiction. For most people, this level of progress just isn’t realistic in only 30 days.
If you reach out to Fight Addiction Now for help in your rehab search, know that we keep the benefits of long-term treatment in mind when directing you toward a program that is going to best suit your needs.
Rehab and Recovery Stats to Remember
Before embarking on a trip to rehab, here are a few numbers to keep in mind to let you know that you’re far from alone on your journey, and that there will be others who will understand what you’re going through:
- Every year, more than 2 million Americans enter a formal addiction treatment program.
- At least one-third of alcoholics fully recover from their addiction.
- Taking medication prescribed by detox professionals, in addition to complementary treatment, increases alcoholics’ recovery success rate to 50 percent.
- Alcoholics Anonymous boasts an estimated 1.3 million members in the U.S.
- There are more than 25,000 different Narcotics Anonymous groups around the world.
- Children who learn about the dangers of drugs at home are up to 50 percent less likely to use drugs than those who were not given the same warnings.
- The federal government spends at least $20 billion in substance abuse services every year, while insurance companies contribute another $5 million or more.