What Addictions Are Treated at Hope & Opportunity Treatment Center's Facility?
While drug and alcohol addictions are often the most commonly known, addiction comes in a wide range of forms. Most addiction treatment centers will employ basic principles of recovery in their treatment plans; however, it’s most beneficial to find a program that specializes in your particular addiction. Here at Hope & Opportunity, we offer patients the most comprehensive selection of addiction treatment facilities, offering a plethora of options for virtually every addiction.
Hope & Opportunity Treatment Center effectively treats addictions to alcohol, illicit drugs, prescription drugs, and a range behavior disorders.
Signs of Addiction
Determining if you or someone you love has an addiction can be a tricky proposition; however, the signs of addiction generally become quite clear over time. Specific signs of addiction will vary according to particular addictions but there are some common signs that are applicable across all addictions. These include:
- Increased desire to participate in the activity or consume the substance
- Difficulty when not involved with the substance or activity
- Inability to control the addictive behavior
- Major shifts in mood related to the presence or absence of the substance or activity
- Negative effects to one’s life due to the addiction (e.g., financial issues, relationship troubles, work problems, etc.)
Just like each individual is different, each addiction is distinct. As a result, it’s essential to find a treatment that will address the addiction on an individual basis, catering treatment plans according to what is needed at that point in recovery.
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
Addiction rehabilitation programs can range in price. Keep in mind that the cost of treatment will likely outweigh the cost of an addiction in the long run. However, cost is dependent on a variety of factors.
- The duration of treatment.
- What treatment was imposed on you if court ordered.
- Cost of Detox
Don’t let cost stop you from getting help, and don’t shortchange your recovery by picking a lower-cost program that might not give you the help you need.
How Long Are The Classes?
There isn’t a set period of time that applies to everyone when it comes to rehabilitation. Studies find that those who spend longer amounts of time in rehabilitation programs achieve better rates of long-term sobriety (citation needed).
What Are My Payment Options?
Currently, we only take cash and credit cards as payment options. We are working to bring various insurers, including Medicaid, in the near future. Until then, our facility requires patients to pay up front and then seek reimbursement from their insurance company. Call us for additional payment questions.
How does a breathalyzer test work?
When someone drinks, the alcohol is carried throughout his or her body in the bloodstream. As it passes through the body, it affects each system and organ in the body, before it is eventually eliminated through the body’s normal waste-disposal system. Most of it is processed by the kidneys and eliminated through the urine, but a small percentage of it is eliminated by the lungs when the drinker breathes out. That small amount of alcohol in the drinker’s breath proportionally represents the drinker’s blood alcohol content, or BAC. A breathalyzer machine measures breath alcohol and closely estimates the person’s BAC.