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Opium Recovery FAQ

Opium Recovery FAQEntering opium rehab can seem daunting, but having answers to your recovery questions can make the process simple and effective.

Will My Insurance Cover Opium Addiction Treatment?

Insurance will often provide coverage for opium addiction treatment. Coverage will depend on your insurance company’s policies and your individual plan, but it is worth finding out if rehab is included. If only some of your treatment will be paid for by insurance, ask about incorporating insurance coverage with a customizable payment plan.

What Opium Addiction Recovery Programs Are Available?

A good opium rehab centers will offer recovery resources such as the following:

  • Group counseling
  • Private therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Skills building workshops
  • Peer support
  • One-on-one sessions with an addiction specialist

Options such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) will be very helpful when relearning how to live an addiction-free lifestyle. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps patients change their unhealthy behaviors that have become habitual due to the repeated choice to use opium. CBT allows patients to view the effects of their addiction.

How Long Does Opium Inpatient Treatment Last?

Within seven to ten days most patients have completed the detox phase of treatment. Because every person’s situation is different, the time it takes to achieve a full recovery may vary. The length and degree of opium use previous to admission and your overall health when you enter rehab will affect your treatment duration. Emotional and mental healing will take considerably longer than detox. Dealing with the addiction’s psychological components and addressing future relapse triggers can take anywhere from two weeks to two months.

What Should I Look for When Choosing an Opium Rehabilitation Center?

National accreditation organizations such as the Commission on Accreditation Facilities (CARF) and Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC) are groups whose stamp of approval ensures quality rehab treatment. As for the accreditations of staff, medical licenses and Addiction Counselor Certifications for the therapists are musts. Be sure to tour the facilities themselves before enrolling if you can. Make sure the rooms and conditions are safe and sanitary and that you will feel comfortable at the facility.

What Happens after Opium Rehabilitation?

When looking into a rehab facility for any drug addiction, it is important to ask about aftercare. Aftercare should be available after a patient is released from an inpatient program and is transition back into everyday life. The recovering opium user is still involved in treatment during aftercare but to a less intense degree and with more freedom. Aftercare can last in varying degrees from four to six months or continue for a lifetime depending on individual needs and preferences.

Learn More about Opium Treatment

For more information about opium addiction recovery, call our toll-free helpline. We keep our phone lines open 24 hours a day, so call anytime you are ready to end the battle with addiction.