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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is My Addiction Bad Enough to Seek Professional Help?

Sometimes people are unsure about seeking help for their addiction because they think it’s not bad enough. It can be difficult to admit that you have a problem, which can delay the process of seeking help.

In order to help you understand your level of dependency, ask yourself these questions

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Do you ever lose control while using drugs or alcohol?
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Have you thought about quitting drugs or alcohol but don’t know how?
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Do you spend a lot of time trying to secure access to recreational or prescription drugs?
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Do you find yourself struggling with cravings when you aren’t using drugs or alcohol?
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Are you currently experiencing or have experienced relationship problems as a result of your drug or alcohol abuse?
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Have you lost interest in things that used to be enjoyable to you?
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Have you had to increase the quantity of drugs and alcohol you consume to get the same feeling?
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Do you experience withdrawal symptoms like cramps, sweating, irritability and nausea when you are not using drugs or alcohol?
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Do you find yourself going into dangerous situations to get access to drugs or alcohol?
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Have you lost your job or are in danger of losing your job because of drug or alcohol abuse?

If you find yourself answering yes to one or more of these questions, you may need to seek professional addiction treatment.

How Long Does Treatment Take?

Our treatment team customizes each treatment based on the unique requirements of each patient. We offer 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day programs as well as extended stay and sober living programs. The length of typical stay might depend on the duration and extent of substance abuse.

Do You Offer Detox Services?

Yes, we offer comprehensive detox services for all type of addictions. Our detox programs are tailored for your unique addiction, body, metabolism and circumstances. We offer 24-hour medical, nursing and addiction specialist access and support.

An average patient spends 3-7 days in our detox programs before they are ready to be enrolled into our more comprehensive residential inpatient programs.

I Know I Want to Go to Rehab. How Should I Prepare?

Here is what we suggest:

1. Speak to your employer, family and friends about having to put your life on hold temporarily.

2. Make arrangements for someone to take over your bill payments, look after any pets you have and take care of your home while you are away.

3. Pack as lightly as possible.

Here is a guide on what you can bring for treatment at Resurgence.

Do I Receive Individual Therapy?

Each patient is assigned a customized treatment team that includes an Addiction Medicine Specialist, Psychologist, Physician Assistants, RN, Addiction Counselor and Transitional Counselor.

Rarely are two people’s needs the same, and our customized treatment approach is what sets us apart.

Will My Family Be Involved in the Treatment Process?

Substance use affects everyone in the family. Therefore, it is important that family members are involved in the treatment and recovery process of adults and youths. In fact, family participation is an important part of the recovery process.

We offer compressive family therapy and family counseling so that the patient and their family can learn the necessary tools needed to make specific, positive changes that can help the whole family heal from the effects of substance use disorders.

Are Vistors Allowed?

Yes, we allow visitors every Sunday from 1pm to 4pm.

We reserve the right to disallow visitors that we determine are impeding the patient’s recovery.

Are You a Dual Diagnosis Program?

Yes, Dual Diagnosis Treatment at Resurgence is a compassionate exploration method, which helps identify and follow the treatment pathway that’s right for you. Every client that comes to our door receives a psychological evaluation to determine any issues and the appropriate program.

What Treatment Methodologies Does Resurgence Use?

Our treatment programs focus on offering comprehensive integrated care that integrates mental health, substance abuse and primary care services. We produce positive outcomes by customizing treatment programs for each patient based on their unique personal needs.

Each patient is assigned a customized treatment team that includes an Addiction Medicine Specialist, Psychologist, Physician Assistants, RN, Addiction Counselor and Transitional Counselor.

Our customized treatment approach is what sets us apart. We offer both 12-step and SMART recovery groups. We also offer the following psychotherapies:

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EMDR
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CBT
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DBT
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Solution Focused
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Psychodynamic