Kansas

Castle Rock KansasAddiction to drugs or alcoholism can strike anyone. If you or someone you know lives in the state of Kansas and has a problem with drug or alcohol abuse, you should know that there are options for you all over the state to help guide you through a successful rehabilitation program.

Whether you are religious or not, there is an option for you. There is no better time than now to start working towards recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

Addiction can be both physical and psychological and have disastrous effects on both the mental well-being and physical health of the person that suffers from it. Rehab centers try to attack both of these aspects during the recovery process from addiction.

Some use a more medical approach and some use a more holistic approach employing various levels of spiritual means in their recovery. Because there are so many varying degrees and different types of addiction, there are also many different styles of recovery programs and state licensed drug rehab centers in order to treat them all as effectively as possible given the situation. Here are some of the different types of rehab facilities that you will find and what they offer to their patients that other centers may not offer.

The first two important categories of rehab centers are inpatient and outpatient.

Outpatient – These centers provide treatment on a schedule. The schedule can vary from every day to just certain days of the week depending on the needs of the patient. The patients receive many of the same treatments as an inpatient facility. However, patients do not spend the night at the center. They are cheaper than inpatient programs but are also less intensive.

Inpatient – Inpatient centers provide 24 hour treatment to their patients. The patients live there and undergo individually tailored rehabilitation. A sense of community and trust is built at an inpatient facility. The patients that use these facilities also are usually given chores or some kind of a job that affects the entire community to help bolster their spirit and implement consistency and structure.

Spiritual centers – These rehab facilities use mostly spiritual or religious means in their treatment process. Some of them are based on the Christian religion and some are just spiritual in general. They tend to avoid medicinal approaches to the healing process for their patients if that is aligned with their beliefs. Many of the Christian or faith based treatment facilities use the 12-step program. The most extreme benefit of these types of centers is that they are largely charity based so their services come at a very low cost.

Traditional rehab center -these may be connected to a nearby hospital or a stand-alone private facility. They use traditional concepts and medications when necessary in their rehabilitation process. They also typically use the 12-step program to treat addiction as most rehabilitation centers do. They are more costly than religion-based rehab centers in many cases but not as expensive as luxury rehab centers.

Luxury rehab centersluxury rehab centers provide treatment to their patients much in the same way as any other rehab center except for they provide the best doctors, most advanced procedures, and the most luxurious living. They are generally the most successful types of rehab center but they come at an exorbitant price.

The best way to decide which kind of program is right for you or your loved one that is struggling with an addiction is to go to a counseling session with an addiction specialist. They will be able to assess your situation and help recommend the best program for you. More severe types of addiction usually require an inpatient treatment process. You can also check with your insurance provider to see if you qualify for any type of help in paying for your rehabilitation.

If you need help locating alcohol treatment centers in Kansas you may dial 800-281-9728 to be connected with an operator 24 hours a day to learn about and locate treatment facilities convenient for you, and to have any other concerns you have addressed. No question is dumb.