Adderall Treatment & Rehab

Addiction to Adderall is more than a bad habit — it’s medical disease, and one that requires medical care to recover from. Adderall addicts need to seek treatment for their substance use disorder in drug rehabilitation. Run by credentialed addiction professionals, rehab often combines medical treatment, counseling and alternative therapies to help a person overcome their addiction to Adderall.
When pursuing treatment for Adderall addiction, it’s important to start by selecting the right rehab center for your needs. The Recovery Village offers a variety of services to patients, including detoxification, inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab, individualized group therapy and aftercare planning.

Inpatient Rehab

During inpatient rehab — the most intensive type of treatment — you will live at The Recovery Village while working with our doctors, nurses and therapists daily. This round-the-clock care is recommended for those who have a longer, more severe addiction to Adderall, or who have tried outpatient rehab before with little success in maintaining sobriety.

In addition to participating in counseling, doctor’s visits and non-traditional therapy such as yoga for addiction recovery or equine therapy, you will also benefit from the healthful environment of The Recovery Village. We employ a chef to make sure you’re supported nutritionally, have a gym on site and offer residents the comforts of home in the form of plush beds, private bathrooms and a pool.

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab offers the same treatment options as inpatient rehab without the residential component. While living at home, you may be able to keep going to work, caring for your children or attending school while receiving treatment. Depending on the intensity of the outpatient treatment, you may travel to The Recovery Village as frequently as once per day and as infrequently as every weekend.

For many, outpatient rehab is a way to maintain addiction treatment after participating in inpatient rehab. Just like during inpatient rehab, outpatients work with doctors and counselors to understand and recover from their addiction.

Individual and Group Therapy

One of the most important components of treatment at The Recovery Village is addiction therapy and counseling. Individual counseling is the crux of our treatment plan, during which time you and your clinician will undercover the “why” behind your addiction and practice coping mechanisms to help you avoid triggering your Adderall addiction again.

Group therapy is also important for our patients because it’s a time to connect with others facing similar struggles. In some cases we also encourage our patients and their loved ones to participate in family counseling.

Adderall Addiction Rehab
The Recovery Village stands out in the addiction recovery community because of our unique commitment to treating a dual diagnosis, when substance use disorder occurs at the same time as another mental health disorder.

In many cases, these co-occurring disorders fuel each other, and addressing only the addiction may not be enough to begin or sustain recovery. For example, you may have been depressed about your academic failures and begun taking Adderall as a way to cope. Our intake process includes an in-depth assessment with a clinician so we can identify any co-occurring disorders early and make sure they are prioritized during integrated treatment.

When a person with Adderall addiction is in recovery and stops using Adderall, but later begins using again, the person has experienced relapse. While relapse is very common, it’s also very dangerous and a threat to your long-term recovery. As a part of our Adderall addiction treatment, you will learn relapse prevention skills and techniques to avoid endangering your sobriety.

Relapse often occurs because of a trigger — a person, place, thing or feeling that makes you crave using Adderall. Our treatment program will help you understand triggers and relapse, what your triggers are, how to handle triggers once you experience them and alternative coping mechanisms.

There are many options to pay for Adderall treatment at The Recovery Village. We are happy to partner with many insurance companies to offer Adderall treatment at little or no out-of-pocket cost to you, and we also offer payment plans for patients paying with cash. To discuss your personal financial situation and rehab insurance options, contact an intake coordinator.

Does Insurance Cover Adderall Treatment?

As specified in the Affordable Care Act, insurance does cover Adderall treatment. Also known as Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act established addiction treatment as a required mental health benefit all insurance companies must offer. If you have more questions about your particular insurance plan, our intake coordinators are always happy to discuss personal details with you.

It’s time to get help with your Adderall addiction, and our caring, experienced staff at The Recovery Village is ready to guide you through recovery from Adderall. Come tour our beautiful Florida facility to see the nurturing and healing environment of our campus, and meet with our dedicated addiction professionals. Take the first step toward recovery from Adderall addiction — call us now.

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Adderall Treatment & Rehab was last modified: July 7th, 2017 by The Recovery Village