How to get into rehab immediately

Starting on the road to health and sobriety can be extremely difficult. But it will be eventually worth it. If you are seriously struggling it can make it even more difficult because entering a Drug Rehab may not always be possible immediately. Getting started on your treatment plan begins with pre-admission screening documents that allow you to discuss your history of substance abuse, possible treatment options, as well as how you plan to pay for it. Read on to learn more.

Making Decisions 

There are various things that should go into making your decision for treatment. For instance, you need to decide how long in between your treatment and initial assessment. This can take as little as a day or two, to a few weeks. If you know you need help getting sober though, it is best to go to treatment immediately.  

If You Need Help Now

If you feel like you do not have weeks to wait to get into rehab and you (or a loved one) is in a crisis, then you need to act quickly. When you suffer from a substance or alcohol use disorder you are suffering in some way. This means you need to get help before you change your mind about going to treatment. In these cases, it is possible to get into a facility on the same day. 

Don’t Wait

Sometimes a medical or psychiatric emergency can occur due to an overdose or simple use of a substance. This can result in the need for hospitalization immediately. Additionally, in this case, you may not feel safe going back into society either. Especially if you are using substances compulsively. The best option is to go straight to rehab. In some cases, there is the possibility to access same-day admissions for detox or rehab. These emergency services are not always available and should only be used in serious cases. If an emergency does occur, you may see this as a wake-up call. This can push you to get help and admit to yourself that you need to get sober.

Availability is Key

Whether it is an emergency or non-emergency situation, you cannot go into a program that is full. This is what makes same-day admission difficult. You should avoid waiting for a crisis to occur, because then you may not know if there is availability.  

When You’re Ready For Treatment

Handling addiction is difficult for everyone. Whether it is the treatment for you or for your loved one, it is an essential step. You might need support, and if you cannot get it then it can be very difficult. At our treatment centers, we offer somewhere to get clean and take your first step towards getting healthy. Contact us today to learn more about how to get started.

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