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After detox, the rehab program is initiated. Note that not all drug and alcohol rehab centers in Alabama have the same facilities. It really depends on how much you pay, or what your insurance covers. Also remember that not all rehab programs are inpatient. You can even sign up to attend sessions without staying full time at the facility.

An important component of drug and alcohol rehab is where addicts are presented information on the dangers of substance abuse. This is usually done to strengthen their conviction that they took the right step by seeking help. A major part of recovery also has to do with counseling and group therapy. The final stage is aftercare, which ensures that the addict doesnt relapse in the first few weeks after completing the program.

Forget what others are telling you and forget what you are telling yourself. If your life is falling apart and the only thing on your mind is getting that fix you need help. Addiction is serious and addiction professionals consider it a disease. This isnt something you can self-medicate away. You need experts to consult and treat you. That way you are given the best chance possible to get sober and to stay sober.

Your Journey to Recovery

In April 2013, it was estimated that approximately 120,000 people die in United States due to drug or alcohol addiction. Do you want to be a statistic this year? Then its time to seek help. Stop making excuses and pick up the phone and call a drug and alcohol rehab center in Alabama.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Alabama

Despite several initiatives by NGOs and strict laws by the government, drug and alcohol addiction remain to be one of the fastest growing crisis in the U.S.

Data suggests that about 23.1 million people have an illicit substance abuse problem, out of which 17.9 million people have alcohol addiction problems thats 7% of the total population.

Also, the number of alcoholic liver deaths numbered 15,990; similarly, the number of alcohol induced deaths (excluding accidents) numbered 25,692. Likewise, the number of deaths caused by drug abuse in 2010 was 78,000 which is debatable because several illicit drugs including ecstasy and hallucinogens were not included.


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