Topic: finding the right treatment
In Luxury’s Lap
The goal is for patients to receive quality care regardless of where they happen to land in the treatment system.
Topics: finding the right treatment, marketing
It’s an illness that at different times seems to respond to everything and nothing. As in ‘everything works for someone, and nothing works for everyone.’
Topics: bad information, depression, finding the right treatment, research
Where Goals and Effectiveness Meet
Experience tells us that almost all of the wide variety of treatment strategies and models are around because they work well for someone.
Topics: abstinence, consequences, finding the right treatment, getting help, MAT, outcomes
Beyond the Jargon
What’s behind those fine-sounding terms on the website? Which provide useful information, and which are bells and whistles to enhance attractiveness?
Topics: finding the right treatment, treatment models
How Come Outcomes?
Yet because the information is compiled by an outside firm, the program can trumpet ‘independently verified’ outcomes.
Topics: bad information, finding the right treatment, research
Choosing Your Rehab: 4 Success Factors
A shorter stay is cheaper and less disruptive to your life, but 90 day programs give you more time to master the skills of recovery.
Topics: finding the right treatment, getting help, types of treatment
Finding a Skeptical Starting Point
Topics: finding the right treatment, recovery support groups, Recovery Without God, relapse
Finding the Best Addiction Treatment for YOUR Needs
There’s a third dimension to making the decision about which treatment will offer the best chance for recovery: Matching the characteristics of a program to an individual’s particular needs.
Topics: finding the right treatment, getting help, referral, types of treatment
Do-It-Yourself Intervention Guide
The Guide includes a step-by-step explanation of how intervention works and how to plan one for your addict/alcoholic.
Topics: finding the right treatment, getting help, intervention, Intervention Series, referral
Seniors With Addiction Have Special Needs
That doesn’t mean you need a program that treats senior exclusively. It does suggest that you should concentrate your efforts on programs with access to physician care beyond simple detox.
Topics: co-occurring disorders, finding the right treatment, getting help, health care, recognizing addiction, referral, seniors, signs and symptoms