Kentucky Drug Rehab Centers
Are you tired of seeing poor results with most drug rehab programs in Kentucky? Are you looking for assistance to find a drug rehab center for someone in KY that actually works? We can help.
Call 1-877-920-2533 now to speak with a counselor who can help you learn about the different types of rehabilitation programs available in Kentucky so you can make an educated decision about finding the right treatment facility.
There are just over 300 drug and alcohol rehab programs in Kentucky, but less than 9 percent of people receving some type of rehab or treatment attend inpatient services. In addition, less than 5 percent of people in Kentucky who were in a drug rehab program at the time of the survey were involved in a long-term residential rehabilitation facility, which was less than 1,000 people.
The total number of Kentucky residents who were were attending some type of addiction treatment program at the time of the survey was less than 20,000. Almost 18,000 of these were attending outpatient programs, which was equal to over 91 percent of the total rehab clients and accounts for such a high relapse rate in the state. Locating inpatient rehabs with bed availability is very difficult in Kentucky.
How to Find the Right Rehab in KY
Even for those people in Kentucky who do go to some type of inpatient drug rehab, there are many types of treatments and some are much more successful than others. While there may not be any one single method of rehabilitation that works for all people, we can help you to deterimine what form of treatment is right for you or a loved one from Kentucky, and how to find the best long-term alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility for your specific needs.
Here are a few factors to consider when looking for a drug or alcohol treatment program for someone from Kentucky:
- Should you stay in Kentucky or look at going out of the state for treatment?
- Is a detox center necessary in this case?
- How long is the treatment program?
- What type of treatment principles to they follow (12 step or non-12-step)?
- Is it individualized treatment or mostly group therapy?
- Are they more holistic or do they try and give more drugs to addicts with prescriptions?
- Do they feel addicts are diseased and it's not their fault or that they can be responsible for their condition with the right help?
- Does the facility in Kentucky follow up with program completions and track their recovery rates? If so, what is their success rate?
- How much does the Kentucky program cost, and is it all-inclusive or on a monthly basis?