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Entrepreneur Keir Weimer created a system called the Live Free Lifestyle to give purpose to his life after realizing he had a serious problem with alcohol. A tragic accident that claimed the life of Weimer's friend and landed Weimer in prison for 3 and a half years was the beginning of Weimer's motivation to live differently.
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Making the decision to find a detox center or drug or alcohol rehab is the first step toward a new, healthy life. We're here to help you get all the answers to your questions, and help rehab work for you.
Do I need rehab?
If you are have attempted to resist the urge to use a substance, but have been unable to stop, you may be suffering from an addiction and would benefit from going to rehab. Addictions are lifelong debilitating diseases that negatively affect your life and relationships. By going to rehab, you can learn how to beat the disorder and control your urges. You also gain a support network that will encourage you and help you stay sober over the years to come. Receiving treatment at rehab is your best chance at a successful recovery.
Should I travel for rehab?
If you are ready to commit to recovery and start an adventure, then traveling may be right for you. It is important to research your rehab options before ruling out the possibility of travel. Traveling for rehab offers many benefits. It allows individuals to heal in a beautiful and exotic setting. It provides a new environment free from old triggers and the scrutiny of others. Traveling for treatment can help recovering users turn the page and close the negative chapter behind them.
Covering The Cost of Rehab
There are various options available to help cover rehab costs. It's important to remember that a rehab's treatment cost depends on the patient's needed level of care.
Below are a few funding options:
- Private funding
- State and Local Government Programs
Non-Profit Treatment Centers are also an excellent low-cost option. Whether you have health insurance or not, there are several ways to pay for treatment. If you need help determining your financial options, contact a treatment provider today.
What happens to my loved ones when I'm in treatment?
While a patient is in treatment their family also has the opportunity to heal. Many facilities allow sober relatives to visit their loved ones in rehab and to participate in counseling sessions. Families may also attend their own support groups for families of addicts. An individual's time in rehab gives their family the space to learn how to recover from the negative effects of addiction.
Should I go to rehab again?
If you relapse and are using again on a regular basis then returning to rehab may be a good option. While relapse is often a common part of recovery, it is imperative to reach out for help to minimize the damages that may occur. Evaluate whether you need to go back by determining the length and intensity of your drug or alcohol abuse. If you find yourself anxious and are thinking about using, a meeting may help you get back on track. If you have relapsed, please stop using and get help right away.
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