There are around 160 drug rehab programs and resources in the state of Connecticut, with an estimated 40 of which providing a variety and drug and alcohol detox services. When someone has decided to stop using drugs and/or alcohol, the varying challenges they experience during detox is one reason this process should always be overseen by treatment professionals in Connecticut. This is true for a number of reasons including the fact that some of these challenges are caused by detox symptoms which could be life threatening if not properly managed. So being in an inpatient detox facility when going through alcohol detox or perhaps prescription drug detox, where this is sometimes the case, ensures detox is a safe process. Choosing inpatient versus outpatient detox in Connecticut also ensures the individual is in the best environment if they have struggled with chronic addiction, where cravings are a constant reality for quite some time. Actual treatment is a separate process, so Connecticut residents who have experienced chronic addiction will want to seek further treatment in an inpatient or residential program in the state to avoid relapse.
Individuals who are experiencing the types of detox symptoms where they may need medical intervention can be stabilized and assisted through detox in an inpatient setting, but this isn't all inpatient detox programs are good for. Other types of detox also require intensive oversight and support, although the client isn't at risk of any life threatening symptoms. Opiate dependence and dependence to other physically and mentally dependence inducing drugs such as meth and cocaine for example cause symptoms which can be much better managed in a detox facility such as an inpatient or residential detox or drug rehab program which can ensure the individual doesn't relapse due to cravings and can also be a good starting point for a more comprehensive treatment plan.
Choosing the correct treatment program for yourself or a family member can be one of the the most important decisions you ever make. With so many choices for treatment, and so many variables to consider, getting help from a knowledgeable addiction specialist who understands what types of treatment will work best is invaluable.
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