Long-term residential treatment is suggested for patients who may need a substantial length of time in a structured treatment program; often, these patients attempted short-term residential treatment but it was not successful. Doctors may prescribe long-term residential treatment for those who they feel would not benefit as strongly from a short-term residential treatment program. Long-term residential treatment for substance abuse problems is typically 30 days or longer.
If you are struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction, and you have recently suffered a relapse after completing a short-term residential program, long-term residential treatment may benefit you. If you are coming off certain drugs, which typically have long withdrawal periods, long-term residential, treatment is commonly the best method of treatment. If you have co-occurring mental conditions, such as depression, long-term residential treatment is often the best method to ensure that dual diagnosis treatment is successful. Substance abuse is hard to beat. It requires dedication, a good treatment plan, and hard work. If you want to end your addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, call one of the Connecticut treatment facilities listed on our website. Speak to a professional about your treatment options and find out whether long-term residential treatment may be suitable for you. You can end your dependence on alcohol and/or drugs. Start today.
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