Originally posted on Futures Recovery Healthcare
There are millions of people across the nation with substance use disorders (SUD). Many of these individuals, both men, and women will never get the help they need. However, there are also those who will take the first brave step towards recovery and seek help. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 2.5 million Americans sought treatment for their substance abuse problem in 2017.
Often, it can be difficult to determine if someone has a substance or alcohol use disorder (AUD). This is especially true when it comes to alcohol and prescription medications. And it’s easy to understand why. When examining the use of alcohol or another substance, we often find excuses and are able to explain away the continued use of alcohol or drugs.
It can be challenging, whether you are reflecting on your own use or that of a loved one, to discern what is use, heavy use, and misuse. When it comes to alcohol, we know that some people are just ‘heavy drinkers’. With prescription medications, we understand that the doctor has prescribed them so how bad can they be. And what often has started off unharmful can turn to harmful—but the lines can be blurred.
If you think you or a loved one has an AUD or SUD, seeking help is essential to recovery. While life in active addiction can be isolating, hopeless, and bleak, it’s vital to remember that many people have recovered from addiction and go on to live healthy, happy, vibrant lives. You can too.
The first step is finding a rehab that has success and experience in treating SUDs to the same substances you or your loved one is struggling to stop using. Next, it’s vital to find one that has professionals to evaluate and support any co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more.
And while these two pieces are crucial, do not overlook the importance of finding a rehab where you feel comfortable, have your needs met, and are able to relax, be well taken care of, and focus on your recovery. In some cases, you may even need to be sure privacy is an option.
There are many addiction treatment centers or rehabs across the United States. Some specialize in the treatment of the abuse of a certain substance or substances, some have a focus on co-occurring disorders, and others have unique program offerings such as music and pet therapy. But for those discerning individuals who need more, there are luxury rehabs.
One of the main questions people ask about luxury rehabs is ‘who can afford luxury rehab?’ And that’s a great question. With amenities such as massages, pools, gourmet meals, and more, the cost of luxury rehab can be high—and in some cases, this may be so. However, this depends on several factors. But as they say, you often get what you pay for and when it comes to the cost of rehab, luxury can be a deciding factor.
Luxury rehabs can boast everything from golfing, acupuncture, and horseback riding to private rooms with made to order meals and views of the tranquil ocean. Some even have ziplining, spa treatments, and cooking classes. With such luxurious amenities, many continue to want to know ‘how much is luxury rehab and can I afford it?’ Luxury rehab costs depend on what exactly the facility offers as well as other factors.
So just how much do these exclusive luxury rehab centers cost? And what, if any, is the out of pocket cost for luxury rehab? Well, that depends not only on the amenities offered but also on the type and extent of treatment needed and location of the luxury rehab. There are luxury rehabs here in the United States with varying costs as well as those across the globe whose costs differ as well.
If you or someone you love has an AUD or a SUD and wants to find a luxury rehab with proven expertise in addiction treatment it’s essential to have an idea of what amenities you want to determine the luxury rehab cost.
One of the most reputable and sought-after luxury rehabs in the U.S. is located in Tequesta, Florida. Futures Recovery Healthcare’s Orenda Program offers top of the line amenities for the professional who seeks privacy, comfort, and the best AUD and SUD treatment programs around. For evidence-based, compassionate, and comprehensive addiction treatment visit us online.
Futures Recovery Healthcare is a specialized addiction and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment provider with residential and outpatient programs in Palm Beach County, Florida.
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