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Choosing a Luxury Drug Rehab Center

Drug addiction knows no bounds when it comes to race, class or socioeconomic status. The stressors and pressures of everyday life can get the best of anyone when needed emotional supports are lacking.
While drug addiction rates tend to be highest in urban and suburban areas, people higher up on the socioeconomic ladder actually seek out drug treatment help more often than other groups, according to the U. S. National Library of Medicine. In as much as drugs tend to have the same debilitating effects on anyone who abuses them, different types of people do tend to benefit from certain types of treatment programs more so than others.

Overall, most drug rehab centers follow a standard set of treatment protocols, though treatment approaches and amenities can vary considerably. Luxury drug rehab centers offer a unique treatment experience in terms of the types of people who enter these programs and the attention to care that’s provided.

For anyone considering a luxury-based addiction treatment experience, here are five reasons to look into luxury drug rehab centers.

Personalized Treatment Planning – Different people bring their own sets of circumstances into the treatment process. While drug-effects remain the same across the board, each person’s physical, emotional and psychological condition differs from one person to the next.

Luxury addiction rehab facilities place a heavy emphasis on providing a personalized treatment approach that takes each person’s individual circumstances and treatment needs into consideration during the treatment planning process.

Luxurious Accommodations – Luxury recovery centers pride themselves on the level of accommodations they offer throughout the course of a person’s stay. Most facilities are situated in scenic locations, such as along the ocean, remote woodlands and scenic mountain vistas.

Luxury accommodations may also take the form of:

  • Spa Services
  • Gourmet Dining
  • A wide range of Recreational Pursuits

While these provisions do make for a comfortable treatment experience, they also work to promote relaxation and healing as part of the program’s overall treatment approach.

Peer-Based Supports – Throughout the recovery process, peer supports play a vital role in helping recovering addicts adhere to a drug-free lifestyle. Likewise, people able to afford a luxury drug rehab center likely share many of the same pressures and challenges in daily life.

As peers become a source of guidance and support throughout the treatment process, it’s important for them to be able to connect on the various levels of their everyday lives.

Holistic-based treatment interventions have become a type of staple within luxury addiction programs. The holistic approach works to treat the “whole” person in terms of body, mind and spirit as opposed to just treating a person’s physical and psychological conditions. Examples of holistic treatments include:

  • Energy Balancing Therapies
  • Meditation Exercises
  • Acupressure / Acupuncture Therapies
  • Yoga Therapies

Aftercare Planning – Luxury substance abuse centers tend to be especially well connected within their communities. As addiction recovery often entails an ongoing process, luxury rehab programs can draw up aftercare plans that help ensure a person receives ongoing treatment help. Referrals to other community programs and services provide those in recovery with the supports and guidance needed to maintain abstinence for the long-term.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed below, each of which is a paid advertiser:

ARK Behavioral Health

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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