Why Seek Help at a Drug & Alcohol Treatment Facility
There are many advantages to going to each kind of rehab. Inpatient rehab gives patients the chance to focus their entire week on recovery. Partial hospitalization programs give patients the chance to wean off of the intensity residential treatment.
Here are the advantages of going to outpatient treatment:
- Flexibility with time
- Supportive friends going through a similar situation
- A safe rehab facility to go to for quiet time and therapy
- Flexibility with cost
Directions from Hagerstown to Our Recovery Facility
Hagerstown is a more rural area than Germantown, where The Freedom Center is located. This gives patients from Hagerstown a chance to get out of their environment for treatment.
In relation to Hagerstown, The Freedom Center is:
- 50 minutes away
- 47.5 miles away
Our rehab facility also helps patients find sober living that gives them a chance to be roommates with other people in recovery. That being said, being closer to the Germantown area is possible.
Contact Us Today for Drug & Alcohol Treatment
If you are seeking help for substance abuse and addiction recovery but don’t know what steps to take, contact us and we are happy to help.
You can reach The Freedom Center at (888) 291-4362 or put your phone number on our website and we will call you.
Our Rehab Takes Most Insurance Plans
We understand that cost is a concern for people who have busy schedules. The last thing we want is to make someone feel that they can’t financially maintain coming to our facility.
During intake, patients are assisted with a treatment plan that helps them navigate cost. We accept many private insurance plans and take that into consideration during intake. This ensures that patients can feel comfortable spending on their recovery into sobriety.
Types of Drug & Alcohol Recovery Programs
The Freedom Center strives to meet the needs of patients by offering different kinds of outpatient therapy. It can be hard to prioritize sobriety with a busy life, which is the main reason why outpatient rehab exists.
Intensive Outpatient Program
The Freedom Center Intensive Outpatient Program(IOP) runs three times a week for a few hours.
During these 3 hours, clients can attend sessions about various topics as well as therapy. There is also the option of doing various group activities where clients come together to talk about their experience with addiction.
Continuing Support with Aftercare
The Aftercare Program consists of daily therapy and educational sessions in the evening. Each day focuses on a different approach to sobriety.
This program is beneficial to those who have families because they can still have dinner and spend family time after work.
Alcohol Rehab With A.A. Meetings
Alcohol rehab at The Freedom Center follows the 12 Step Program. The steps were created by the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) foundation. This is an international group formed in 1935 that helps alcoholics recover with a sense of community.
AA holds meetings multiple times a day every day of the week. Some meetings are open to anyone and some meetings are only for members of the coalition.
12 Step Focused Drug Rehab
Just a few years later in 1953, Narcotics Anonymous (NA) was formed. The founder of NA saw the success of AA and wanted to provide a safe space for drug addicts.
Similarly, the program follows the 12 steps to help current and past drug addicts focus on small goals. The meetings, as given in the name, are meant to be anonymous. No one should disclose anything they learn about other people, as that would violate the point of the meetings being a safe place.