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60-Day Treatment Plan

Addiction recovery is a challenging journey to take, especially when you’re confronted with an endless myriad of options. Of course, recovery is well worth the effort, but it doesn’t make the process any easier. Finding a recovery plan that meets your unique needs is the first step towards recovery. If you’re ready to see if a 60-day treatment program could work for you, our addiction specialists are ready to help. Call today for a free consultation.

Effectiveness of 60-Day Treatment

According to the National Institution for Drug Addiction, recovery programs are more successful with more time available to the addicts. This doesn’t necessarily mean that shorter programs don’t work, but the more time you dedicate to your recovery, the more likely you will succeed.

60-day programs can be beneficial. This plan will include everything you need to get clean – detox, individual therapy, group therapy, and many aftercare options. Because it’ll last longer than an immediate treatment plan, you’ll have more time to develop great coping strategies for addiction. After all, there is no cure for addiction. It’s a chronic disease that must be managed, much like diabetes. The longer you spend in therapy, the more likely you will develop the skills you need to stay sober.

In addition, much of a 60-day treatment plan’s effectiveness will come down to you. If you are fully committed to getting clean, you are very likely to be successful. You must listen to your doctors, participate in group sessions and therapy, and continue your aftercare arrangements. One of the critical signs of impending relapse is when former addicts begin to neglect their aftercare plans. While it might seem a little scary, it can be incredibly empowering to know that you hold the key to your recovery. All it takes is you taking the first step.

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— Why Choose 60-Day Treatment?

60-day treatment plans exist somewhere between the shorter 30-day treatment program and the extended 90-day program. 2-month programs offer many of the same things as more extended treatment plans. 

60-day treatment plans are excellent for people with addictions at a moderate level. Not everyone needs to be in rehab for three months or longer. This is an ideal program length for people who can’t commit to extended periods in treatment. 60-day treatment plans are a great mix between shorter and longer treatments. You’ll get more care in 60-day treatment than a 30-day one, which means you’ll have longer to rid yourself of addiction. The program is less condensed as well. This lowers the intensity level of the program, which makes you more likely to succeed.

Because they’re shorter than extended programs, you won’t have to dedicate as much time to it. This can be a massive benefit for two reasons. First, two months is a long time to stay in rehab. You’ll want to go as long as you can, but you still have a life. Sixty days is an agreeable amount of time to commit to rehab for most people. Second, when someone is hesitant to enter rehab, a shorter stay might be the difference.

Furthermore, a 60-day plan would be your choice if you’re experiencing a moderate level of addiction. Mild addictions include ones that haven’t gone on for very long, don’t include a high level of usage, or are for substances that addicts see as “safer”. The best way to determine if a 60-day treatment plan is best for you is to get a consultation. We have specialists standing by – call today. Get access to our vast network of recovery centers, all for no charge to you.

— What Happens in a 60-Day Program?

There are two main types of addiction treatment in a 60-day program, inpatient and outpatient. The critical difference between the two is where you stay.
In inpatient, you’ll spend all your time at the facility. You receive round-the-clock care and always have trained medical staff nearby. With outpatient, you’ll only spend part of your day at the center. However, you won’t spend the night there. You’ll be free to go home and continue your everyday duties related to family, work, or school obligations.

Moreover, which one you choose is entirely up to you and your needs. Many people find that inpatient is more comfortable because it takes away the stress of traveling back and forth for treatment. Breaking free of addiction can make you feel vulnerable, and taking responsibility for your duties might be too much to handle. In a 60-day program, you won’t spend every minute of the day in active treatment. You’ll have recreational time as well as time to relax by yourself. However, staying at a facility for 60 days is infeasible for many people. Entering recovery doesn’t mean that all your responsibilities go out the window, unfortunately.

Regardless of what you choose, your recovery will include many of the same features. You’ll start with medically supervised detox, where your body will cleanse itself naturally of any substances lingering in you. Treatment centers staff will do everything they can to make this as easy as possible for you. Then, you’ll enter into recovery treatment. However, one thing you’re likely to participate in is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT has proven very efficient at breaking down the underlying causes of addiction. This therapy helps you recognize your destructive thoughts and patterns, then replace them with new, healthier ones. You’re also likely to enter group therapy.

— What About Aftercare?

The main goal of recovery is to get you clean and keep you clean. With this in mind, you’ll learn new ways of thinking about yourself and your life, develop coping mechanisms when there are addiction triggers, and figure out strategies to rebuild your life without drugs.

Aftercare will continue your commitment to your recovery. One of the best things to do in aftercare is to participate in group therapy. Studies show that having a group of peers related to your struggles is an immensely powerful tool to help you stay clean. It’s remarkably essential to attend aftercare group therapy meetings.

In addition, therapy in a group setting often comes with a step program, like the 12 step program in Alcoholics Anonymous. Having something like a 12 step plan can help you keep your recovery goals in mind long after you’ve completed your therapy.

— How Will I Pay for Treatment?

Out of all the ways you can pay for treatment, they all fall into three main categories. The first is through private insurance. Like Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and United Healthcare Community, private insurances can offer partial or full treatment coverage. Take a look at your provider’s website; recovery treatment information is usually under the behavioral or mental health section. Private insurances can be tricky – sometimes, they don’t want to cover more than a shorter treatment, like a 30-day program. Talk to your rehab center if this is the case. They can push your insurance to recognize a more prolonged treatment necessary for your health.

If private insurance is not an option for you, Medicare or Medicaid could be the answer. In Arizona, the Medicaid program is AHCCCS. Not everyone is eligible for AHCCCS, but it’s always worth a try. AHCCCS will cover at least part of your treatment and cover related costs such as transportation, special needs, and childcare.

Finally, if nothing else will work for you, most rehab centers will be able to create a payment plan for you. Additionally, many offer a sliding fee scale, meaning they’ll set what you owe compared to your financial situation.

However you get it paid for, there’s no reason not to start recovery. If you are struggling with how to pay, call us today. We have professionals that will be able to help guide you to the right decision for you. 

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