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    Types of Treatment Programs
    Research studies on addiction treatment typically have classified programs into several general types or modalities. Treatment approaches and individual programs continue to evolve and diversify, and many programs today do not fit neatly into traditional drug adiction treatment classifications.
    Most, however, start with detoxification and medically managed withdrawal, often considered the first stage of treatment. Detoxification, the process by South Carolina Substance Abuse Treatment Centers - Substance ... Grand Junction IA 50107 which the body clears itself of drugs, is designed to manage the acute and potentially dangerous physiological effects of stopping drug use. As stated previously, detoxification alone does not address the psychological, social, and behavioral problems associated with addiction and therefore does not typically produce lasting behavioral changes necessary for recovery. Detoxification should thus be followed by a formal assessment and referral to Grand Junction IA 50107 drug addiction treatment.
    Because it is often accompanied by unpleasant and potentially fatal side effects stemming from withdrawal, detoxification is often managed with medications administered by a physician in an inpatient or outpatient setting; therefore, it is referred to as “medically managed withdrawal.” Medications are available to assist in the withdrawal from opioids, benzodiazepines, alcohol, nicotine, barbiturates, and other sedatives.
    Further Reading:
    Primary Types of Treatment Programs National Institute on Drug Abuse ... Grand Junction IA 50107 Psychiatry 1:42-52, 1996.
    Long-Term Residential Treatment
    Long-term residential treatment provides care 24 hours a day, generally in non-hospital settings. The best-known residential treatment model is the therapeutic community (TC), with planned lengths of stay of between 6 and 12 months. TCs focus on the “resocialization” of the individual and use the program’s entire community�”including other residents, staff, and the social context�”as active components Grand Junction IA 50107 of treatment. Addiction is viewed in the context of an individual’s social and psychological deficits, and treatment focuses on developing personal accountability and responsibility as well as socially productive lives. Treatment is highly structured and can be confrontational at times, with activities designed to help residents examine damaging beliefs, self-concepts, and destructive patterns of behavior and adopt new, more harmonious and constructive ways Grand Junction IA 50107 to interact with others. Many TCs offer comprehensive services, which can include employment training and other support services, onsite. Research shows that TCs can be modified to treat individuals with special needs, including adolescents, women, homeless individuals, people with severe mental disorders, and individuals in the criminal justice system (see “Treating Criminal Justice-Involved Drug Abusers and Addicted Individuals”).
    Further Reading:
    Lewis, B.F.; McCusker, J.; Grand Junction IA 50107 Hindin, R.; Frost, R.; and Garfield, F. Four residential drug treatment programs: Project IMPACT. In: J.A. Inciardi, F.M. Tims, and B.W. Fletcher (eds.),
    Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 45-60, 1993.
    Sacks, S.; Banks, S.; McKendrick, K.; and Sacks, J.Y. Modified therapeutic community for co-occurring disorders: A summary of four studies.
    Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment Grand Junction IA 50107 34(1):112-122, 2008.
    Sacks, S.; Sacks, J.; DeLeon, G.; Bernhardt, A.; and Staines, G. Modified therapeutic community for mentally ill chemical “abusers”: Background; influences; program description; preliminary findings.
    Substance Use and Misuse 32(9):1217-1259, 1997.
    Stevens, S.J., and Glider, P.J. Therapeutic communities: Substance abuse treatment for women. In: F.M. Tims, G. DeLeon, and N. Jainchill (eds.),
    Therapeutic Community: Advances in Research and Application, National Institute Grand Junction IA 50107 on Drug Abuse Research Monograph 144, NIH Pub. No. 94-3633, U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 162-180, 1994.
    Sullivan, C.J.; McKendrick, K.; Sacks, S.; and Banks, S.M. Modified therapeutic community for offenders with MICA disorders: Substance use outcomes.
    American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33(6):823-832, 2007.
    Short-Term Residential Treatment
    Short-term residential programs provide intensive but relatively brief treatment based on a modified 12-step Grand Junction IA 50107 approach. These programs were originally designed to treat alcohol problems, but during the cocaine epidemic of the mid-1980s, many began to treat other types of substance use disorders. The original residential treatment model consisted of a 3- to 6-week hospital-based inpatient treatment phase followed by extended outpatient therapy and participation in a self-help group, such as AA. Following stays in residential treatment programs, Grand Junction IA 50107 it is important for individuals to remain engaged in outpatient treatment programs and/or aftercare programs. These programs help to reduce the risk of relapse once a patient leaves the residential setting.
    Further Reading:
    Hubbard, R.L.; Craddock, S.G.; Flynn, P.M.; Anderson, J.; and Etheridge, R.M. Overview of 1-year follow-up outcomes in the Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS).
    Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 11(4):291-298, 1998.
    Grand Junction IA 50107 Miller, M.M. Traditional approaches to the treatment of addiction. In: A.W. Graham and T.K. Schultz (eds.),
    Principles of Addiction Medicine (2nd ed.). Washington, D.C.: American Society of Addiction Medicine, 1998.
    Outpatient Treatment Programs
    Outpatient treatment varies in the types and intensity of services offered. Such treatment costs less than residential or inpatient treatment and often is more suitable for people with jobs or Grand Junction IA 50107 extensive social supports. It should be noted, however, that low-intensity programs may offer little more than drug education. Other outpatient models, such as intensive day treatment, can be comparable to residential programs in services and effectiveness, depending on the individual patient’s characteristics and needs. In many outpatient programs, group counseling can be a major component. Some outpatient programs are also designed to treat Grand Junction IA 50107 patients with medical or other mental health problems in addition to their drug disorders.
    Further Reading:
    Hubbard, R.L.; Craddock, S.G.; Flynn, P.M.; Anderson, J.; and Etheridge, R.M. Overview of 1-year follow-up outcomes in the Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS).
    Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 11(4):291-298, 1998.
    Institute of Medicine.
    Treating Drug Problems. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1990.
    McLellan, A.T.; Grisson, G.; Durell, Grand Junction IA 50107 J.; Alterman, A.I.; Brill, P.; and O’Brien, C.P. Substance abuse treatment in the private setting: Are some programs more effective than others?
    Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 10:243-254, 1993.
    Simpson, D.D., and Brown, B.S. Treatment retention and follow-up outcomes in the Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS).
    Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 11(4):294-307, 1998.
    Individualized Drug Counseling
    Individualized drug counseling not only focuses on Grand Junction IA 50107 reducing or stopping illicit drug or alcohol use; it also addresses related areas of impaired functioning�”such as employment status, illegal activity, and family/social relations�”as well as the content and structure of the patient’s recovery program. Through its emphasis on short-term behavioral goals, individualized counseling helps the patient develop coping strategies and tools to abstain from drug use and maintain abstinence. The addiction counselor Grand Junction IA 50107 encourages 12-step participation (at least one or two times per week) and makes referrals for needed supplemental medical, psychiatric, employment, and other services.
    Group Counseling
    Many therapeutic settings use group therapy to capitalize on the social reinforcement offered by peer discussion and to help promote drug-free lifestyles. Research has shown that when group therapy either is offered in conjunction with individualized drug counseling Grand Junction IA 50107 or is formatted to reflect the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy or contingency management, positive outcomes are achieved. Currently, researchers are testing conditions in which group therapy can be standardized and made more community-friendly.
    Treating Criminal Justice-Involved Drug Abusers and Addicted Individuals
    Often, drug abusers come into contact with the criminal justice system earlier than other health or social systems, presenting opportunities for intervention Grand Junction IA 50107 and treatment prior to, during, after, or in lieu of incarceration. Research has shown that combining criminal justice sanctions with drug treatment can be effective in decreasing drug abuse and related crime. Individuals under legal coercion tend to stay in treatment longer and do as well as or better than those not under legal pressure. Studies show that for incarcerated individuals with drug Grand Junction IA 50107 problems, starting drug abuse treatment in prison and continuing the same treatment upon release�”in other words, a seamless continuum of services�”results in better outcomes: less drug use and less criminal behavior. More information on how the criminal justice system can address the problem of drug addiction can be found in Principles of Drug Abuse Treatment for Criminal Justice Populations: A Research-Based Guide  (National Grand Junction IA 50107 Institute on Drug Abuse, revised 2012).
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