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Finding the right addiction treatment can be confusing. With so many options, where do you even begin? However, your search for treatment doesn’t have to be overwhelming. We have dedicated addiction specialists ready to help you discover if a 30-day treatment program is a right road for you. Call today for a free consultation.

Effectiveness of 30-Day Treatment

It’s possible to condense treatment in a tight 30-day package, but how effective is it?

There are a variety of factors that go into whether a recovery program is successful. According to the DARP project, the success rate of a program increases with its length. This is especially true with severe addictions. However, there is still a multitude of reasons that a 30-day program could work for you. One key factor is that 30 days seems like a reasonable amount of time to commit to recovery.

Addicts that don’t want to admit they have a problem tend to be more willing to commit to a 30-day plan than more extended plans. Even if it’s shorter, getting into treatment is better than no treatment at all. Similarly, insurance companies often cover 30-day programs but don’t want to pay for it anymore. If you can’t get your insurance to cover a more extended plan and you have no way to pay, a 30-day program is a great option.

This isn’t to say that a 30-day program is ineffective. Several people have found success with this length of the program. When you’re deciding what to do, having a specialist provide you with information can be invaluable. We have a team of dedicated specialists waiting to give you the information you need.

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— Why Choose 30-Day Treatment?

A key aspect of recovery treatment is the length of the program. 30-day treatment programs are ideal for people with mild addictions. A mild addiction is one that hasn’t existed for very long, hasn’t progressed in severity, and doesn’t involve dangerous substances to detox from. These types of programs are perfect for someone looking to detox and develop the skills to keep themselves clean after it ends.

A 30-day program would work best for you if you want to avoid spending months in recovery. This length of the program contains much of the same treatments and therapies as the more extended plans, but they’re condensed. This is a much more intense program than longer ones, which is why we do not recommend them for, particularly severe addictions.

Another factor that affects intensity is whether you choose an inpatient or outpatient program. When you commit to inpatient, you’ll live in the facility and have access to round-the-clock care. This means you’ll be there seven days a week, and any outside responsibilities you have will temporarily be put on hold. Outpatient care, on the other hand, means you’ll attend treatment multiple times per week (anywhere from five to seven days), but you’ll go home at the end of the day. Outpatient is best for people with work or family responsibilities; they can’t reasonably excuse themselves.

One of the most significant factors to decide if a 30-day program is best for you is to consider the intensity. Because it is compacted, you’ll have to take more responsibility for your recovery. For some, this is too much to handle – and that’s okay! Recovery isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution; there are also 60-day and 90-day programs available to you.

— What Happens in a 30-Day Program?

What occurs in a 30-day program depends primarily on whether you sign up for an inpatient or outpatient. Inpatient 30-day treatment, also known as short-term residential, will have you stay at the center until the treatment is complete. Here, you’ll go through detox and receive medical attention. After the worst of your withdrawal symptoms have passed, you’ll begin therapy. The most common type of treatment provided in recovery programs is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT has proven effective at treating the underlying causes of your addiction. When you participate in CBT, you’ll delve into the unhealthy thoughts and patterns that led to your addiction. After all, if you detoxed and went back into the world, you’re very likely to relapse again.

A 30-day treatment plan helps you develop techniques to keep you safe from relapse. Because this is a condensed program with a much shorter period, you will spend more extended periods of your day involved in treatment. You’ll figure out what your triggers are, how to avoid them, and what to do when you find yourself confronted with them.

Outpatient programs, or partial hospitalization, offer many of the same services as inpatient rehab. The main difference is that you go home at the end of the day in outpatient. Because there is hospitalization involved, this level of care is not a proper outpatient program. 30-day programs are more intense than their longer counterparts, which is true even in this outpatient model.

Outpatient care puts more responsibility on the patient because you’re responsible for showing up every day. For many addicts, the stress of pushing themselves as much as this requires can be too much to handle. If you are considering a 30-day program, this should be prevalent in any deciding conversations you have.

— What About Aftercare?

Aftercare is incredibly important after your initial recovery. Many people think that going through a recovery program means that they are safe from continuing substance abuse, but there is no cure for addiction. Like many other chronic diseases such as diabetes, addiction is something you can only ever manage. Aftercare programs consist of continued individual therapy, group therapy, and step by step programs like the famous 12 step program followed in Alcoholics Anonymous.

A critical part of aftercare that you might not realize at the start of your treatment is the network of sober support you’ll find. Group therapy is an integral part of recovery programs, and you’ll find that you can rely on your peers. It’s immensely beneficial to have people around you committed to being sober that have gone through the same tribulations as you.

— How Can I Pay for a 30-Day Treatment?

There are three main options to pay for any rehab. The first and most convenient is through private insurance. Insurance companies usually cover some level of recovery treatment. This information can be found on their website, generally under the behavioral or mental health section. Arizona has excellent private insurance options: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, and United Healthcare Community. Each of these or any of the others is likely to cover a 30-day treatment plan.

Private insurance isn’t a realistic option for many Arizonans, however. If this applies to you, your next best option is Medicare or Medicaid. In Arizona, the Medicaid program is known as AHCCCS. AHCCCS will cover necessary recovery treatment as long as you are eligible and have a genuine need. They may also cover other costs related to rehab, including transportation or childcare. Funds for AHCCCS are limited, but it’s always worthwhile to see if you’re eligible.

Finally, if there are no other options available, most treatment centers will work with you. Many offer payment plans so they can break how much you pay into smaller, manageable chunks. A center may also provide a sliding fee scale. This means that a center will adjust how much you owe based on how much you have. Regardless of how you can get your treatment paid for, it’s worth it. Our specialists can help you figure out the best way to get your treatment covered today.

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The first obstacle to overcome when it comes to recovery is admitting that you need help. The second is finding the right treatment. There are so many options out there with so many branching decisions you have to make; it often feels like more effort than it’s worth. However, this isn’t true. Getting clean and reclaiming control over your life will be difficult, but there is a massive network of people ready and eager to support you through this journey.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that you deserve the program perfect for you. When considering different treatments, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Even more so, don’t hesitate to say no when it doesn’t sound like it will work for you. You should know the ins and outs of the program before you begin anything.

This is, of course, complicated, but we can help you. We have a team of dedicated addiction specialists standing by to talk you through every aspect of your recovery. Call us today to get started. Addiction is a destructive force, but you don’t have to let it wreak havoc on you for one single day longer.

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