Where do you even start? The Internet is flooded with treatment options. Inpatient, outpatient, equine therapy or water aerobics; country or city, close to home or across the nation. The options are endless, the decisions overwhelming. Not to mention the cost. How do you pay for it all? What does insurance cover? Will they even take my insurance? What happens if we can’t cover the gap? What if we are self-pay? We know, it’s exhausting.
Let us help.
In the middle of the chaos of the addiction cycle, crisis after crisis, the silent decline or the violent outbursts, how do you find the bandwidth to figure it all out?
Since you found us, you don’t have to do it alone. We’ll do it with you.
If your loved one is addicted to drugs, alcohol or food, sex, gambling or spending, or most likely facing a combination of disorders like depression and addiction, we can help you select an effective treatment solution. Our goal is to make sure we cover all the bases so that the treatment plan we put together attends to all the details of your loved one’s situation. Our end goal is sustained long-term recovery for the whole family.
At Change Inc, we have an on-going relationship with cross-national, highly respected and accredited treatment facilities. We know where your loved one will be best taken care of for their specific profile. Our name rests on our commitment to find the perfect fit for every client.
12-step treatment facilities
Co-occurring based treatment facilities
Holistic care facilities
Faith-based recovery centers
Gender-specific treatment facilities
Hospital-based treatment centers
Individual and group counseling
Long- and short-term care
Determining exactly which treatment is best is the primary importance if treatment is to be successful. On a case-by-case basis, we work with you to select the appropriate form, place, length of stay, and aftercare support.
Addiction expert Brad Lamm explains how a medical detox for opioid addiction works and describes the symptoms of heroin withdrawal. Then, watch what happens when Lamm accompanies Cassandra as she enters detox for her heroin addiction.