Opium Addiction Treatment and Rehab
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Treatment is often needed to manage an opium addiction. During rehab, trained medical experts can assist people experiencing an opiate or opioid use disorder and help them learn ways to better control their addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Rehab can comprise several steps. Many people dealing with an opium addiction enter the detoxification phase, a stage of treatment during which health care professionals help eliminate opiates, opioids and other substances from the body.
However, detox is not always needed. In some situations, individuals skip detox and enter either inpatient or outpatient treatment. The level of care a person enters depends on their severity of addiction, support system and other factors.
Inpatient rehab, also called residential treatment, allows people to stay at the facility full-time and receive care. This level of care typically offers more therapy hours than does outpatient treatment. Patients might participate in individual, group and family therapy to learn the cause of their addiction.
Some rehab centers also offer medication-assisted therapy to help the brain recover from changes caused by opioids and opiates. Inpatient treatment is generally a more effective level of care than outpatient rehab for individuals with severe addictions.
During outpatient treatment, individuals can live at home and participate in treatment at an outpatient rehab facility. This level of care allows individuals to attend work or school during the day and receive care in their free time. Outpatient rehab typically requires less programming hours than does inpatient care.
Many patients with an opium addiction who attend inpatient rehab eventually transition to outpatient care. Other individuals enter outpatient rehab rather than inpatient treatment. As a person maintains extended durations of sobriety, their frequency of treatment decreases.
Some rehab centers offer treatment for people with co-occurring disorders. Treatment for co-occurring disorders involving an opium addiction might include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy or contingency management.
Many people with an opium addiction may also experience a mental health disorder, like anxiety or depression. In some cases, mental illness can lead to an opium addiction. In other instances, opium use can bring about psychological problems.
The purpose of treatment is to help people live healthy lives without opium. When someone enters rehab, their health should be their priority — not their financial situation. Luckily, many facilities offer affordable financing options that allow people to focus more on their treatment rather than to worry about paying for rehab.
A bulk of opium rehab costs are typically covered by public or private insurance providers, but not everyone has health insurance. For those who don’t, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers grants and other funding opportunities for individuals seeking addiction treatment.
Factors that affect the cost of rehab include:
- Type of program
- Program length
- Facility location
- Types of amenities
The perceived high cost of rehab has kept many people experiencing addiction from seeking evidence-based treatment. However, the cost of treatment is less expensive than is the lifetime cost of addiction.
Insurance coverage for drug rehab varies by state. Many insurance providers offer full or partial coverage for treatment. According to former President Barack Obama’s health care law, all marketplace plans must cover addiction services as essential health benefits.
However, insurance plans may not cover all costs of treatment. Out-of-pocket costs may be needed, although some rehab facilities do not require people to pay these expenses until after they leave treatment. Many treatment centers work with patients to ensure a smooth admissions process.
To find out what your insurance plan offers, contact your provider. A company representative should be able to outline the details of your coverage, including information about opium addiction treatment.
The Recovery Village accepts many different insurance plans. The company runs several rehab centers located throughout the United States. Each facility offers evidence-based treatment that caters to an individual’s needs. If you’re dealing with an addiction to opium or other psychoactive substances, contact The Recovery Village to discuss your options.
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