30 Day Rehabs
Overview of 30 Day Rehabs – Choosing a 30 Day Rehab
Are you looking for a 30 day rehab? Choosing a 30 Day Rehab Center, located along the coast of California and the Florida Coast, makes sense when considering luxury locations for a 30 day short term drug rehab. Struggling addicts who may have never been to an inpatient rehab center, may be nervous about leaving their loved ones. At Coast to Coast Recovery Centers, we understand what it takes to beat addiction. We know that some addicts refuse to make a long-term commitments when it comes to drug addiction or dual diagnosis treatment.
Some might initially think they don’t need help and they don’t want to attend a program at all. Staying in a short term 30 day rehab center, is a short enough period for addicts who are otherwise unwilling to try a program might be willing to commit to it. We also recommend our 60 Day Rehab Programs, 90 Day Rehab Programs and Long Term Rehabs. Statistics show that 30 day rehabs are not as effective as 60, 90 or longer stays in rehab. However, they are a start and we would rather have a relapse and alive than an overdose and death.
30 Day Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Detox
Drug and Alcohol Detox rids the body of the toxins caused by drug and alcohol use. Detox is typically the first step towards addiction recovery, and the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that occur during this process can be the main deterrent for individuals when considering sobriety.
30 Day Alcohol Detox
Detoxification from chronic alcohol abuse is a very difficult process. Approximately 6 hours after a patient has stopped drinking minor symptoms can occur including insomnia, tremulousness, mild anxiety, gastrointestinal upset, headache, diaphoresis, palpitations and anorexia. Between 12 and 24 hours of quitting drinking, more serious symptoms can occur including hallucinations, delirium and disorientation, followed or accompanied by seizures of various intensities. A medical detox is preferred for these instances and the specialists at Coast to Coast are experts at finding the right detox for our clients.
Alcohol has short term and long lasting effects on the body. These include affecting the brain (slowing speech and reflex), the heart (high blood pressure, abnormal heart rate), the stomach (aspiration, weight gain), the liver (cirrhosis, hepatitis, and even liver cancer), and reproductive systems (painful period, impotence, heavy flow, and raises risk of sexually transmitted diseases). Knowing what to look and listen for in these situations is crucial. Call one of our addiction specialists today to find out how we can help you or a loved one find the right alcohol detox and treatment solution.
These withdrawal symptoms are the body’s response to no longer receiving a substance it has grown accustomed to receiving. Withdrawal from substances such as alcohol, heroin, opiates, benzodiazepines, cocaine, and methamphetamine cause the chances of successfully detoxing at home to be very low. Success rates are much higher when the process occurs at a comfortable addiction detox facility.
Coast to Coast Recovery’s network of drug and alcohol detox facilities is nationwide, and each reputable facility strives to make the detoxification process as comfortable as possible. We understand how difficult it is to make the decision to begin a detox program and begin the process of recovery. Our facilities closely monitor each patient, and with the assistance of medication, aim to ensure the process is comfortable and safe for each individual.
althier physically, mentally, and emotionally, they are ready to begin a new life free from the shackles of drugs and alcohol. The detox process can be difficult, but the benefits and improvements in overall quality of life assure it is well worth it.
If you or a loved one is ready to take the first step towards recovery, call Coast to Coast Recovery to find a suitable medical detox that can accommodate your drug and/or alcohol detox needs, or fill out our confidential contact form today.
Addiction Recovery Programs provide you enough time to clear your mind and part from your addiction.
30 day inpatient rehabs also give you enough time to clear your head from your addiction. In 30 days, you can detox and begin to get used to being sober again. This allows you to think more clearly so you’re more likely to make good decisions after the rehab period time has ended. Many people choose to extend their stay after a 30-day rehab program ends so they can get additional help staying sober.
Locating 30 Day inpatient Rehabs
Once you’ve come to terms with the fact that you or a family member needs professional addiction treatment, it’s time to choose a program that’s affordable and suited to your needs. Coast to Coast’s 30-day rehabs are in California, Florida, and around the U.S. 30 day rehabs are among the most popular in the nation, and are often ideal for
- First-time rehab clients
- Business owners & those with work-related time constraint
- “Light” drug & alcohol users
- Those hesitant to commit to a longer program
- Parents lacking the ability to be away from children for longer periods
It is early during that 30-day rehab that co-occurring disorders are diagnosed, therapies are started and individualized treatment planning takes shape. If more than 30 days of treatment will be needed, that can be determined as patients proceed through treatment.
30 Day Rehab Recovery Program
A 30 day rehab is common for rehabilitation from addiction. For a lot of patients, this provides enough time to get through physical withdrawal and start the following processes in their recovery:
- Relapse prevention
- Planning for aftercare
- Identification and treatment of underlying issues
- Family Therapy
A 30 day rehab in a lot of instances is all that is necessary to get the alcoholic or addict the treatment required to recovery from addiction. Having said that, no one treatment option is a be all program for every addict or alcoholic. Call today one of Coast to Coast Recovery’s highly skilled addiction specialists and we will find the right option for you and/or your loved one. We offer a multitude of 30 day rehabs and facilities to choose from, all you need to do now is call.
During thirty days of inpatient treatment, Coast to Coast clients clear their body of offending toxins, clear their head to make good decisions, and experience the benefits of group therapy, individual therapy, holistic therapies, and other program features. Coast to Coast’s 30 day rehabs are intensive, personalized, and highly effective for men, women, and young adults.
Benefits of 30 Day Rehabs
Our network of 30 day rehab facilities offer a broad range of proven benefits, including:
- Minimal time away from family & work
- Customized programs for all ages & addiction types
- Exceptional treatment completion & success rates
- Affordability compared to longer programs
- Interaction with others pursuing sobriety
- Structured schedules designed to optimize recovery
- Carefully structured traditional & non-traditional treatment plans
- Luxury surroundings & amenities
- Relapse prevention therapy & aftercare planning
- Sobriety living & post-treatment planning
For clients requiring additional treatment after a 30 day program is complete, Coast to Coast readily offers options for intensive outpatient therapy, sober living communities, sober companions, 12-step groups & community groups, and ongoing private counseling. In some cases, clients may benefit from a residential program extension before they return home. Statistics show that clients who spend more than 30 days in residential rehab experience more successful sobriety and decreased rates of relapse.
Inquire about 30 Day Rehab
Today is the best day to call Coast to Coast Recovery Centers about 30 day alcohol and drug addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one. You may also request information pertaining to our 60 day rehab, 90 day rehab and long term rehabilitation. Don’t lose your resolve; don’t assume you can change things on your own. There are many different treatment options available. Our recovery specialists support you through each step of admission and facility selection, and recovery is the best chance you have at living a life of purpose and loving yourself again. The time is now: dial (800) 210-8229 to get help with your addiction crisis—before it’s too late.