Top 5 Questions
When you are in the position to be choosing an alcohol rehab, you are clearly not at your best. It is an emotionally difficult prospect and, if the alcohol rehab program is for you, you may be having health issues as well.
In order to assist you in getting your questions answered, here are the answers to the top five questions we hear at Michael’s House about alcohol rehab.
How Do I Know If I Or My Loved One Needs Alcohol Rehab?
Taking an honest and objective look at the signs and symptoms of alcoholism is the only way to determine whether or not alcohol rehab is appropriate in your situation.
- Has your doctor told you that you have health problems due to alcohol?
- Has your boss let you know that your drinking or missed work may cause you to lose your job?
- Were you fired due to your alcohol abuse? Has your spouse or partner told you that your behavior while you are under the influence is unacceptable?
- Do you continue to drink anyway?
If you said ‘yes’ to the above questions and you are researching your alcohol rehab options, chances are, you need alcohol rehab.
Do I Need to Attend an Inpatient Rehab or is Outpatient Enough?
Many people are seduced by the lesser time commitment that comes with outpatient alcohol rehab as well as the smaller bill. Their hope is that they can “get away” with trying to incorporate alcohol addiction treatment into their schedule rather than truly focusing on healing from the disease of alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, it rarely works that way.
Those turning to outpatient services often learn the hard way how difficult it is to say ‘no’ to the temptation to drink when you have to pass four liquor stores on the way to and from treatment each day. They find that it’s difficult to stay focused on treatment when life continues to hurl stressful issues at home, in relationships and at work at them despite their fragile state in early recovery.
Inpatient alcohol rehab, on the other hand, completely removes temptation from your environment and removes you from the stressors that come with living everyday life. You are allowed, instead, to do nothing but focus on yourself, your health and your recovery until you feel strong enough to return home.
Are Families Included in the Process?
At alcohol rehab, counselors may help you work toward putting your family relationship back together when the time is appropriate in your therapy. This may include inviting families into the therapy environment and educating them about the nature of alcoholism and what you are experiencing so that they can better understand how to help you.
How Does Insurance Work?
The process of finding the funds to pay for alcohol addiction treatment is tricky only because it will be different for each person based on the kind of alcohol rehab insurance they carry, if any. The process can be streamlined if you include your insurance coverage information along with your financial resources statement and application.
How Do I Get Into Alcohol Rehab at Michael’s House?
Getting into Michael’s House alcohol rehab starts with a phone call. Call us today to ask any questions you may have about our facility, how we can help you or your loved one, or to ask about specific services. We can send you an application or set up a tour and an appointment at your leisure.
Contact Michael’s House today at 1-877-345-8494 for more information!
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