According to SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), residential short-term treatment for alcohol or drug abuse is usually less than 30 days. Residential short-term treatment was used primarily for alcohol addiction and abuse but has now branched out to treat drug addiction and abuse. The length of the treatment means that the focus of the program is generally on medical stabilization and affecting lifestyle changes to discourage a relapse. Due to the length of the program, it is not as intensive a program as a residential long-term treatment program. However, not everyone benefits from the length of the long-term treatment. If you feel that your dependency on alcohol or drugs is becoming problematic if it is interfering with everyday life and your relationships with your loved ones and those close to you, it is time for you to seek treatment.
Our website has an extensive list of all treatment facilities in Alabama that offer residential short-term treatment. Please browse the list. To find out more information, call any one of the treatment facilities listed. A professional will be able to talk you through the programs and offer advice and suggestions. If you believe residential short-term treatment is the best treatment plan for your needs, do not hesitate to pick up the phone! One phone call can change your life.
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