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If you have a drug or alcohol addiction, you may need professional help from a drug rehab in Georgia. Your body will begin to heal from chronic substance use in addiction treatment, but quitting is only one small part of recovery. The key to strong, lasting recovery success is to make changes that allow you to cope with stressors and drug-using triggers, regulate your emotions, and replace maladaptive behaviors with healthy ones. With help from a quality drug or alcohol rehab center, you’ll have the chance to lay the foundation for a substance-free life.

In the earlier phases of drug rehab, your treatment will primarily focus on making changes within you. You need to be mentally prepared before you can start changing your life. In individual therapy, you will work through personal issues and any obstacles you face, as well as dealing with the root causes of your addiction. Group therapy will have similar goals, except the focus will be on mutual support between patients, and you will be able to learn through the experiences of others. These sessions also let you help others, which studies show can significantly benefit recovery motivation. In family therapy, in which you work on issues with a loved one, you will make changes that impact your life in practical ways. If you have therapy with a spouse or parent, then a session focused on communication could improve the home environment, making you both feel more understood and supported.

As you progress in recovery, your Georgia drug rehab will gradually work in more practical and environmental changes into your treatment. These include finding a safe place to live, finding a sober friend group, and avoiding social connections with people who use drugs. If you are unsure how to handle any of these objectives, you will make a plan and talk it through during therapy sessions.

If you’re ready to start on the road to recovery, call 678-835-3765 (Who Answers?) toll-free today to learn more about your treatment options. Help is available 24/7 and calls are always confidential.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed, each of which is a paid advertiser: ARK Behavioral Health, Recovery Helpline, Alli Addiction Services.

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