Rehab is often necessary to treat a meth addiction. The average cost of meth rehab is from $7 for 10 weeks of outpatient treatment to $20K for inpatient rehab. While cost can be a deterrent for many individuals who need treatment, read on to find out more about meth rehab and how to reduce its costs here.
Mental health problems and addiction go hand-in-hand. What can you do if you are facing psychological problems with your child? We review a parental guide on coping with children’s mental health challenges that can help.
A Call to Action: More on how education and public health measures can help eradicate addiction…with some thoughts about past successes with tobacco/nicotine addiction.
Behavioral healthcare professionals: An article that explains WHEN and WHY working with a certified interventionist can help your client(s).
Can you get effective EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy from home? The Virtual EMDR Program may offer you just that! We experienced the service for ourselves and present you with our findings, here.
EMDR Therapy uses eye movements to directly affect the way the brain processes information and commits it to memory. How can EMDR be used to address substance use disorders? Learn more about EMDR and its application for addiction treatment here.
A brief look at the common “substitution” addictions that pop up in addiction recovery. Learn what they are and what you can do to prevent them.
An exploration of some of the most effective alternatives to A.A. here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Methadone rehab costs about $20K for a 28-day inpatient program and $3.5K for an outpatient program. Ideas on financing rehab + average cost breakdowns here.
Learn more about the average duration of amphetamine addiction treatment programs, whether you should choose short term or long term rehab, and what are the general timeline of amphetamine recovery. More here.