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If you struggle with substance use, help is available. Drug rehabs in New Mexico can guide you through the process of quitting drugs or alcohol so that recovery becomes more of a habit over time. You will begin with an intensive addiction treatment program. This may be a residential or inpatient program with patients living at the facility or partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program with patients living in their own homes while attending treatment all day. This immersion in the rehab environment will keep you focused on recovery as you work with a therapist to figure out and address the root causes of your addiction. A strong recovery requires healing all parts of you. If, for example, you have anxiety, it must be treated. Otherwise, the anxiety could undermine your recovery later, even if you do well in other areas of treatment.

When you check into your drug or alcohol rehab center, you will be given an intake interview and exam. This is so your treatment providers can know exactly what you need at this stage in your recovery. Together, you will create a treatment plan that is tailored to you. This plan is a work in progress and can be changed at any time your needs change during treatment. Not only do different patients require different approaches to treating addiction, but patients also grow and change throughout recovery.

After addiction treatment, you will need to nurture your recovery to prevent relapse. However, just as during treatment, the kind of attention your recovery needs can change over time. When you first return to living on your own, you may need to see a counselor often or regularly attend NA or AA meetings. Once you have been out of a rehab program for a long time and feel secure in your recovery, you might go to counseling or peer support groups only during times of stress. To start your recovery journey as soon as possible, call our helpline now at 800-838-1752 (Who Answers?). Our treatment specialists are always here to answer questions and help you find the best drug treatment centers available.

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