Drug rehabilitation can be accomplished. The person who really wants to stop using drugs once and for all, and get on with life as a sober, responsible member of society can find the means by which to receive the treatment necessary to achieve this goal.
There are too many ways and too many methods of drug rehabilitation for it not to work for the person who is battling addiction and truly wants to change. One only has to make up one’s mind that it is time to take back control of the life that existed before drug addiction. Once that important decision has been reached, and first step has been taken, it is only a matter of choosing which drug rehabilitation option to use.
Medication-supported (through methadone or “rapid detox” medication which causes the body to speed up the withdrawal process, given while the patient is knocked out and then counseling, or just counseling? Individual counseling setting or a group counseling one?
“Relaxed” treatment program (at the patient’s speed, on the patient’s timetable, but with the ultimate goal of rehabilitation), or “boot-camp” style (all decisions made for the patient until such time as the patient or the facility employees feel the patient is ready to resume responsibility)?
All the above options, along with others too numerous to mention, are ways in which drug rehabilitation can be pursued and ultimately achieved. It only requires one thing: facing the fact that an addiction problem exists and the freedom that can only be gained through drug rehabilitation is truly desired.