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There are over 14,000 treatment facilities in the United States. Choosing the right facility for your needs can be a daunting task. Aion Recovery wants to help you find the right program for your addiction recovery needs. Ask the following substance abuse treatment questions to make the process easier.

  • How do I know if my substance use is a problem?
  • Many people believe using drugs and alcohol for recreation is normal and does not present a problem. Often, the user denies the hardship their drug use causes loved ones. Asking a neutral person such as your doctor what the signs of addiction are can often show the pain one’s drug or alcohol use is causing others.

Many people believe using drugs and alcohol for recreation is normal and does not present a problem. Often, the user denies the hardship their drug use causes loved ones. Asking a neutral person such as your doctor what the signs of addiction are can often show the pain one’s drug or alcohol use is causing others.

  • Is it possible to become addicted to prescription drugs?
  • Even if a doctor prescribes medication, it’s possible to become addicted. Talk with your doctor about the risks associated with any medication prescribed.

Even if a doctor prescribes medication, it’s possible to become addicted. Talk with your doctor about the risks associated with any medication prescribed.

  • How do I quit using drugs or alcohol?
  • When one is ready to face addiction it may be overwhelming to consider stop using drugs or alcohol. Asking a doctor or counselor how to quit opens a line of discussion that will help relieve any fears associated with detoxing and sobriety.

When one is ready to face addiction it may be overwhelming to consider stop using drugs or alcohol. Asking a doctor or counselor how to quit opens a line of discussion that will help relieve any fears associated with detoxing and sobriety.

  • What treatments are used for my addiction?
  • There are many addiction treatments available. Ask about evidenced-based therapies with a proven track record of getting and keeping addicts sober.

There are many addiction treatments available. Ask about evidenced-based therapies with a proven track record of getting and keeping addicts sober.

  • How do you measure the progress of treatment?
  • Measuring the progress of treatment is not as simple as whether the addict is using. Real progress is made when treating the underlying cause of the addiction. When asking substance abuse treatment questions it’s important to know what therapy will be used to discover the real cause of addiction.

Measuring the progress of treatment is not as simple as whether the addict is using. Real progress is made when treating the underlying cause of the addiction. When asking substance abuse treatment questions it’s important to know what therapy will be used to discover the real cause of addiction.

  • What results does your program get?
  • Be willing to ask the hard questions about substance abuse treatment. Find out the program’s track record for treating addiction. Some programs offer a guarantee of sobriety after working a complete program or more support is free.

Be willing to ask the hard questions about substance abuse treatment. Find out the program’s track record for treating addiction. Some programs offer a guarantee of sobriety after working a complete program or more support is free.

  • Can your staff or physicians administer medications prescribed for treatment?
  • Not all doctors can prescribe or dispense the medications used for addiction treatment. Confirm the facility you will attend can support treatment with medications prescribed for you.

Not all doctors can prescribe or dispense the medications used for addiction treatment. Confirm the facility you will attend can support treatment with medications prescribed for you.

  • Does your facility treat dual diagnosis?
  • Many people become addicted to narcotics in an effort to mask chronic pain. Others are trying to cover depression or other mental illnesses. Include dual diagnosis treatment in your substance abuse questions to ask an addiction recovery specialist.

Many people become addicted to narcotics in an effort to mask chronic pain. Others are trying to cover depression or other mental illnesses. Include dual diagnosis treatment in your substance abuse questions to ask an addiction recovery specialist.

  • Can you change the treatment program for my needs?
  • While many facilities offer a fixed recovery program, others adapt programs to suit the needs of individuals. Ask which programs are mandatory and which are voluntary.

While many facilities offer a fixed recovery program, others adapt programs to suit the needs of individuals. Ask which programs are mandatory and which are voluntary.

  • Will insurance cover treatment and various therapies?
  • Checking insurance coverage can be time consuming and frustrating while dealing with detox symptoms. Ask the facility you are considering if they will check coverage for you. Many facilities offer this service for free.

Checking insurance coverage can be time consuming and frustrating while dealing with detox symptoms. Ask the facility you are considering if they will check coverage for you. Many facilities offer this service for free.

  • If your program does not work for me, can you help me find one that does?
  • Any reputable recovery facility will not try to force you into their program. If the available treatment program is not right for you, ask for help to find one that is.

Any reputable recovery facility will not try to force you into their program. If the available treatment program is not right for you, ask for help to find one that is.

Aion Recovery in Southern Florida

Aion Recovery is available to answer your substance abuse treatment questions. If we are not the right fit, we will help you find a program that is right for you. Call today at 888-811-2879.

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