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Everyone’s addiction story is unique! No two individuals have the exact background, mental health issues, and substance addiction. For that reason, we design completely personalized treatment plans that cater to the individual.
Our drug and alcohol rehab program takes an integrated approach to treating addiction. It addresses drug and alcohol use disorder, co-occurring mental health conditions, and medical care needs.
Our research shows that those who complete detox and rehab together are less likely to relapse and more likely to stay sober longer. It’s also critical to have an aftercare plan for when rehab is complete, and it’s time to return to your natural environment.
We’ll address your physical dependence on drugs or alcohol and help you to cleanse your body of its dangerous toxins. Therapeutic activities and specialized medications will be used to help you manage uncomfortable drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
As withdrawal symptoms dissipate, you’ll transition into rehab, where we will focus on the psychological aspects of your addiction. You’ll understand the root causes of your addiction, manage cravings that cause relapse, and retrain your brain to function normally without drugs or alcohol.
Transition out of our outpatient program and into a more flexible aftercare program. Return to your natural home environment and put what you learned in the rehab phase into practice. Continue to receive the support needed to maintain a sober lifestyle.
During the detox and rehab process, you will benefit from a complementary mix of services that have proven to be effective in the recovery process.
The cost of a drug and alcohol rehab program at The Ranch Pennsylvania is different for everyone. Why? We create completely personalized plans based on each individual’s specific addiction, background, and mental health needs. We work with most insurance providers in the U.S. to provide the best coverage while minimizing your out-of-pocket costs. To see if your provider will cover your or a loved one’s treatment, verify your insurance: