Everyone deserves the opportunity to grow and become stronger, better versions of themselves. Sometimes, we just need a little bit of help. Our compassionate & professionally-trained team here at Mountainview Recovery, in the great state of North Carolina, works with individuals seeking real change in their lives as if they were family.

When thinking about substance abuse, there is one specific thing that you should remember. It’s important to understand that not everyone who is impacted by addiction has the same experience. More simply put, everyone is different. So, one person’s experience with substance dependence may be very different than someone else’s experience. Because of this, treatment has to be very specifically designed. Basically, we should never think of treatment for addiction as a “one size fits all” or cookie cutter process. Everyone who goes through the treatment and recovery process will have a different story. They will each have unique needs. This is one of the reasons why there are different types of treatment for addiction. There are many different programs and therapy approaches because treatment should address each individual’s needs.

About Treatment for Substance Abuse

Addiction is no joke. People who suffer from it know the challenges of ending and overcoming substance abuse. No doubt, each person who has an addiction problem has struggled for months, even years, to finally come to the point of asking for help. So, a lot of people think that all their problems end when they get into a treatment program. After all, they’ve finally gotten in touch with people who can actually help them. It would seem that the struggle ends when treatment begins. But, the truth is that treatment can be an extremely challenging part of the journey. It involves a lot of things, such as detoxing from substance use, going to therapy, and learning to work through emotions and situations that are difficult to address. Of course, all of this can be pretty challenging for most people.

Sometimes, people who need help overcoming a substance abuse problem are put off by the idea of inpatient treatment. Living at your treatment facility may not exactly be ideal for you. It may conflict with your work schedule or keep you from being able to work altogether. It would also prevent you from being able to attend classes if you’re in school. Not to mention, it would mean that you have to move away from the comfort of your own home and family. A lot of individuals think about the inconvenience of an inpatient treatment program and decide not to get help. But, you shouldn’t allow this to deter you. That’s because, again, there are different types of treatment for addiction! There are options you may not have considered. Let’s discuss them now.

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Different Types of Treatment for Addiction

We’ve already talked about one of the main types of treatment for addiction, or at least one of the programs. But, there are two other kinds of programs for addiction treatment we can mention now.

  • Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Both of these treatment programs allow people to continue living at home while still getting help for their addiction. Then there are various types of addiction treatment therapies. Individual therapy can help people focus on their recovery. It can help individuals to address the underlying causes of addiction in their lives, identify triggers, and discover ways to prevent relapse. Group therapy sessions can continue to help in these areas while also reminding individuals that they aren’t alone in their journey.

No one should feel overlooked or as if their needs aren’t important. And, here at Mountainview Recovery, we make sure our clients know that we are dedicated to meeting their needs as an individual. Our mission is to help people find and maintain total freedom from addiction. If you or someone you know could use some help to get past a drug or alcohol use problem, please contact us today by calling (833)-489-4460.