Do I Have To Go To Treatment? Options For Recovering

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Many people aren’t aware that there are various levels and types of treatment available. Making the decision to create significant changes in life by quitting drugs and alcohol or approaching mental health problems is huge. Taking that momentum and putting it into a cohesive plan for healing is essential. People cannot, or do not want to, go to treatment for numerous reasons. There are jobs, children’s bills, lack of insurance coverage, and more. It is a common philosophy to pressure people into treatment on the basis of willingness and going to any lengths to change your life. You can still change your life, willingly, without going to a traditional 30, 60, or 90 day inpatient program. Our specialty at Hired Power is helping you plan a program of recovery which meets your needs and demands of your lifestyle in order to create a sustainable program that brings recovery home.

 

Partial Care Programs

 

Intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient programs are lower levels of care which allow you to live at home and spend many hours of the day attending to your non-recovery responsibilities. Partial care programs are helpful in getting the structure of treatment along with the numerous therapies, healing modalities, and psychoeducational information which are helpful for recovery long term.

 

Online/Teletherapy

 

Some people travel extensively for their work. Some people live in rural or remote areas where there aren’t many therapists and counselors to work with, if any at all. Today’s world of digital technology offers a new frontier of treatment through online/teletherapy. Most commonly offering cognitive behavioral therapy programs, a proven method for reducing symptoms of mental illness and creating change, these programs can help you work on some underlying issues while creating real life strategies for living in recovery.

 

Sober Monitoring and Recovery Assistants

 

Hired Power also specializes in helping you create a program of recovery at home that works for you in the way you need. That might include 12-step meetings, doctors, therapists, schedule urinalysis at local labs, communicating with a Case Manager, or working with a personal recovery assistant. Our various resources and services can create a comprehensive program of recovery specifically catered to your needs for accountability, responsibility, and care.

 

For information on our recovery services and to learn more about how we are helping families bring recovery home, call us today: 714-559-3919