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How does rehab work for drugs?

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Asked: 2018-07-06 12:18:05
I am dealing with a drug addict in my home. My husband can’t hide his problem anymore, and it’s costing us money and causing legal issues. I know that this is in him and I want my family back. He says that he’s willing to go to rehab, but I’m concerned that it won’t work. Is there hope?


Answered: 2018-07-08 07:58:18

If your husband is willing to get help and wants to go into recovery, then it’s important that you work together. The sooner he gets into rehab the sooner you can start getting your life back on track. The facility can provide programs and therapies to help him to stop. Addiction can impact everyone and it’s important to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself.


Answered: 2018-07-07 03:22:57

No one can get help unless they’re really prepared to commit to a rehab program. If your husband is ready to stop using drugs, then it’s important to support his recovery. This means participating in therapy and doing what you need to do to get yourself healthy as well. It can an intervention. It gives you the opportunity to give him an ultimatum—either work to achieve recovery or find another place to live.


Answered: 2018-11-08 21:26:44

Nathaly - Rehabilitation for drug and alcohol abuse is designed to be of maximum effectiveness in the treatment of addiction. It's important to consider the chance of relapse after his completion of treatment. Relapse is part of recovery and the occurrence doesn't mean failure.

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