Drug Detox Programs for Residents of Cincinnati 

The decision to overcome your addiction to drugs is something that no person can ever force another person to do. The person that is struggling with addiction has to come to the realization that they truly want to live a life of sobriety. If you have finally come to a place in your life where you want to remove the presence of drugs from your life, your first step in that journey may be to go through a drug detox program. The reason for this is that within just a few hours from the time that you last take your drug of choice, you will begin to experience certain withdrawal symptoms that may prevent you from properly caring for yourself. This could put you in an incredibly dire situation. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

The Source Treatment Center provides our clients in Cincinnati with the opportunity to partner with a drug detox facility that is in their area so that they can get the immediate and urgent care that they need as they begin to make these changes in their life. In fact, we have proudly partnered with numerous drug detoxes around the country as a way to get our clients the care that they need within a short time from the time that they initially reach out to us. 

What to Expect During Drug Detox 

If you have never been through a drug detox program in our best rehab in Cincinnati before, you may be wondering what you can expect during this stretch of time. There are a handful of certainties that come along with the drug detox process. One of these certainties is that, in most cases, drug withdrawal comes on fairly quickly which is why you should reach out as soon as possible for help. The other certainty is that you will experience withdrawal symptoms that will make you feel sick. Nausea, cravings, shakiness, and weakness are all examples of withdrawal symptoms that you may feel during this stretch of time. However, it’s impossible to exactly pinpoint which withdrawal symptoms you will experience which is one of the reasons why it’s critical for you to partner with a detox facility. By the end of your week in detox, you will begin to feel more like yourself which can help you to actively and effectively participate in treatment. 


What Happens After Drug Detox? 

Once you complete your drug detox program, you will be in a much better place both physically and psychologically to be able to focus on the steps that you need to take to overcome your addiction once and for all.  One of the most important decisions that you will need to make revolves around whether you are going to commit to an outpatient program or a partial hospitalization program. 

If you live in the type of environment where you feel your efforts toward sobriety simply aren’t being supported due to the people around you, then you would be a wonderful candidate for our partial hospitalization program. Our partial hospitalization program gives you the chance to change the people, places, and things around you for a period of time. This change in environment may be exactly what you need to be able to truly tackle your addiction. During a partial hospitalization program, you will live in one of our luxurious single-family residences and enjoy the around-the-clock care of our treatment team. Not only that, but you will also participate in a minimum of 25 hours per week in therapy which will help you to address the root cause of your addiction. When you’re not in treatment, you can take advantage of the different amenities that our residences have to offer and also participate in different sober-friendly events in and around the area. 

If you have work, school, or other personal responsibilities then it may be impossible for you to commit to a partial hospitalization program. If you do fall into that category, then you should consider committing to an intensive outpatient program or a general outpatient program. The major distinction between these two treatment options is the hourly commitment that you will need to spend in each treatment program. An intensive outpatient program comes with a nine-hour-per-week commitment to treatment whereas a general outpatient program requires just four. This is one of the reasons why a general outpatient program tends to be the better option if you have full-time work or school responsibilities. 

Whether you opt to choose an intensive outpatient program or a general outpatient program, you will still have a great opportunity to work through the different aspects of your life that may be holding you back from establishing and maintaining your sobriety. Two examples of therapy that will be key in your overall recovery are individual therapy and group therapy. Individual therapy, also known as one on one therapy, helps you to work through events in your life that you may not feel comfortable sharing during group therapy but still need to be addressed in order for you to overcome your addiction. This form of therapy also gives you an excellent opportunity to review your treatment program with your team to ensure that you’re still on the right path toward long-term recovery. 

Group therapy, on the other hand, helps you to interact with other people who are also working through their own treatment plans. Often, when you’re stuck in the trap of addiction, you feel as though you’re completely alone in whatever you’re feeling. Openly taking part in group therapy will show you that you’re not alone and that there are other people around you that you can depend on for support. 

Our intake team at The Source is second to none. We understand the chaos that addiction can cause in your life which is why we take the time to help you develop a treatment plan that is personalized to you and your needs. If you’re ready to take this first step today, please get in touch with us at (800) 204-0418 and learn more about the detox and treatment programs that we have to offer for Cincinnati residents.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.