District of Columbia Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers


If you believe that you or someone you care about might be addicted to alcohol or drugs, you might be┬ásearching for information on how to get help. We know that everyone’s situation is different, and we can work with you to determine the best plan for your recovery. Call us or fill out our contact form, and one of our staff members will be happy to talk to you about how you can begin to regain control of your life.

Alcohol Treatment

If you think that your drinking is causing problems in your life, you are most likely abusing alcohol. If you have a physical need to drink and you cannot seem to stop despite the physical and mental harm it is causing you and/or your loved ones, then you may be an alcoholic. In either case, it is important for you to talk to someone about alcohol rehab.

There are many different types of Washington DC alcohol treatment programs, and trying to figure out what each one has to offer can be overwhelming. Alcohol rehab facilities specialize in services ranging from outpatient treatment to inpatient residential treatment to detox treatment. The type of alcohol rehab you need depends on your drinking history. Multiple treatment options are offered in a single location and upon arrival the experienced staff can develop a recovery program personalized for you.

If you are considering admission into a Washington DC alcohol treatment facility, please be sure to choose one that is supervised by board certified physicians and psychiatrists. The facility should also offer round-the-clock care by qualified doctors and nurses. A quality Washington DC alcohol treatment facility will offer a full range of services that includes individual therapy, group therapy, life skills training, nutrition and exercise therapy, medication management, access to daily 12-step meetings, relapse prevention programs, and planning for your aftercare. Find out more about available alcohol rehabilitation programs by calling us today.

Drug Rehab

If you feel a compulsive need to take illicit or prescription drugs, despite negative consequences, you may have a drug addiction. The physical need to take either of these types of drugs in order to make it through the day is considered a drug dependence.

If you believe you have a drug problem, we can help. The first thing you need to do is learn about drug treatment facilities in Washington DC in order to begin to formulate a plan for your recovery. Quality Washington DC drug rehab programs will include medically supervised detox which can transition into the rehabilitation phase of recovery. This insures no lapse in treatment, which increases your chances for a successful long-term recovery.

A team of medical specialists is dedicated to helping you find power over your addiction. Your recovery plan will be personalized to address your particular needs. Patients will receive both individual and group therapy, instruction on how to manage medications, regular physical exercise, recreation, art and/or music therapy, nutrition counseling, life skills classes, and therapy sessions with family if necessary. This comprehensive approach to recovery is what addicts need to maintain sobriety long-term. Call us now to find out more about qualified drug and alcohol treatment facilities in the area.

Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine is a very powerful drug. Because it can cause instant feelings of energy and euphoria, both recreational users and addicts want to keep using it in order to prolong their high. Long-term cocaine addiction can lead to a lifetime of emotional and health problems, as well as financial, relationship and social difficulties. If you feel that you need to use cocaine on a daily basis, you should speak to an addiction specialist now and learn about a medically supervised cocaine detox program. Once the withdrawal process has been managed, Washington DC drug and alcohol treatment centers can provide you with the tools and support necessary to overcome the addiction and maintain long-term sobriety. Call us now and learn how to manage an addiction to cocaine.

Heroin Detox Treatment

Heroin is an extremely unsafe street drug that is capable of causing serious medical issues from the very first time you use it. The reason heroin is so addictive is because you keep trying to achieve the same high you received the first time you used it, but you never can. If you are addicted to heroin, do not try to stop using it on your own. Call us today. We can talk to you about drug treatment facilities in Washington DC, and aid you in locating a detox and rehab program that will work for you.

Prescription Drug Addiction

Do you think you might be addicted to one or more prescription drugs? Prescription drug abuse often starts when a doctor prescribes something like Lortab, Xanax or Percocet for a legitimate physical ailment. But if you begin to take more and more of the medication in order to achieve the same initial relief, you can develop an addiction that will overtake every aspect of your life. We can help you find a drug treatment program that will free you from prescription drug addiction. Call us right now to find out about Washington DC drug rehab programs.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Washington DC

Reported drug abuse in Washington DC is higher than the national average, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Despite this statistic, the number of alcohol and drug rehab centers in Washington DC decreased between 2002 and 2006.

Quality alcohol and drug rehab centers in Washington DC should help you figure out the core reasons for your addiction. Our facilities provide treatment options that will take you from detox to aftercare, depending on your needs. We offer inpatient rehabilitation, residential treatment, day treatment programs, sober living apartments and a halfway house. We can also talk to you about our specialized programs for women, men, young adults, professionals, families and dual diagnosis. Call us now, or fill out one of our contact forms. Find out how we can help you get your life back.

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