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Substance Abuse Treatment Programs Near Me

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Substance Abuse Treatment Process

When attending a Zinnia Health facility for substance abuse help, these are the types of treatment levels you will typically follow to aid in your recovery.

At Zinnia Health, we pride ourselves on taking a client-first approach to treatment. There is no universal solution for drug addiction treatment, and we must consider each patient’s unique needs. Our staff of compassionate and experienced professionals dedicates themselves to providing individualized health care that considers the whole person.

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Starting From the Ground Up

A common issue we see with our patients fighting substance abuse is the presence of one or more underlying mental health issues. Depression, anxiety, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are just a few examples.

Often these conditions have gone untreated for years and have led to the development of harmful coping mechanisms like drug abuse. Our team helps patients overcome their addiction and focus on mental health and wellness.

Our Treatment Programs

At Zinnia Health, we focus on three core pillars of care:

  • Detoxification
  • Rehabilitation
  • Aftercare

We also provide support for loved ones seeking intervention assistance and admissions support.

Contact our team of healthcare professionals today to see which services may be a fit for you or a loved one so we can recommend a treatment plan built for success.


The first step in the process is to reach out to our admissions department. One of our knowledgeable representatives will help you understand the process and what to expect. The admissions process takes place in three primary steps.

Step 1: The Initial Call

During the initial call, one of our experienced staff members will gladly answer all questions you may have about the facility or the treatment options. They will also provide a general overview of the admissions process and what to expect.

On this call, our team member will guide you through a list of intake questions to better understand your current position and your alcohol or drug use habits to place you in the right program. We can also discuss any co-occurring disorders you are struggling with.

Step 2: Payment and Insurance

The second step upon arrival is to complete the necessary paperwork and arrange any required payments. At Zinnia Health, we believe that drug addiction treatment should be accessible to everyone, which is why we accept various insurance plans.

We also offer financing options for those who are self-paying. Our team of professionals will work closely with you to ensure that all your needs are taken care of.

Step 3: Arriving at the Treatment Provider

While the initial phone call helped us get to know your situation and status in your addiction recovery journey, there are often some additional questions and information we will need to discuss upon arrival.

After we have gathered all the necessary information, you will be given a tour of our facility and introduced to your primary care team. This team will work with you throughout your stay to ensure you are comfortable and progress in treatment.


Detox is one of the most important and often most difficult steps in overcoming addiction. At Zinnia Health, we offer various detox services designed to help you through this crucial time. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, so our team will work with you to create a personalized detox plan.

Cravings and withdrawal symptoms are expected, so handling these symptoms in a professional medical setting is always advised.

The Detox Process

During the detox process, we focus on teaching the body how to function without dependency on alcohol or other substances. Detox can take a tremendous toll on one’s physical and mental health, so depending on the degree of substance abuse, seeking professional help under medical supervision is highly advised.

Drug Detox Length

Medical detox for drug abuse typically ranges from 10–14 days. However, each individual’s experience is unique. Some may experience withdrawal symptoms for a shorter period, while others may require a longer detoxification process. The detoxification process may take longer when dealing with more potent drugs, such as opioids.

Alcohol Detox Length

When dealing with alcohol abuse, the detox ranges from 5–7 days. Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can be severe and even life-threatening if not handled under proper medical supervision.

Are Drugs Used in the Detox Process?

Medications may be used to help manage withdrawal symptoms depending on the severity of abuse and the substances being detoxed. These medications are always closely monitored and tapered off as soon as possible so that you can begin to experience true sobriety.

Some medications include methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone.


Rehab is the next step in overcoming alcohol addiction and is designed to help you develop the tools and skills needed to maintain sobriety. We offer various substance abuse treatments at Zinnia Health to meet your unique needs. We understand that everyone’s journey is different, so our team of professionals will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan.

Inpatient Treatment

One of the main benefits of inpatient treatment is that you will be removed from the temptations, negative thoughts, and triggers in your everyday life. This allows you to focus on your recovery without distractions. Inpatient rehab typically lasts 30–60 days. However, each person’s experience is unique.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment is designed for those who have completed an inpatient treatment program and are ready to transition into everyday life. Outpatient treatment typically consists of individual and group therapy sessions.

During outpatient treatment, you will have the opportunity to work with your therapist to develop a relapse prevention plan. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings are also often part of outpatient treatment.

What to Expect During Rehab

During rehabilitation, you can expect to participate in a variety of individual therapy and group therapy sessions. These sessions will help you identify the underlying causes of your addiction or mental illness and develop the skills needed to maintain sobriety. You will also have the opportunity to participate in recreational activities and experiential therapies.

Group Therapy

At Zinnia Health, we offer various group therapy options to help you heal. Hearing the journey of people who have gone through substance abuse programs and faced similar challenges can help provide hope and courage. Family therapy is also a rehabilitation strategy that has proven successful for many patients.

Experiential Therapy

Experiential therapy is a type of therapy that uses experiential methods to help with the healing process. This therapy often includes yoga, art, and equine-assisted psychotherapy. These activities help promote self-awareness and healing in a fun and drug-free way.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy is a type of therapy designed to help you change the way you think and behave. This therapy often focuses on helping you develop healthy coping mechanisms to deal with triggers and stressors. Common behavioral therapy types include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).


Recovery from addiction and substance use disorder is a lifelong journey, and there will be ups and downs.

There are multiple levels to the recovery process. No matter your situation, there will always be support when you need it most.

Early Intervention

The first level of recovery is early intervention, and this level is designed for those who are just beginning to realize they may have a problem with drugs or alcohol. During this stage, you will learn about the disease of addiction and begin to develop a solid foundation for your recovery.

Outpatient Services

If a person needs to continue living their day-to-day life but also needs help to overcome their addiction, then outpatient services are the best option.

Outpatient services allow people to get the help they need while:

  • Still working
  • Caring for their families
  • Participating in other activities

Intensive Outpatient/Partial Hospitalization Services (IOP/PHP)

Intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs are offered for people who need more help than what traditional outpatient services can offer. These programs provide a higher level of care than outpatient programs but don’t require people to stay overnight at the treatment facility. This level ensures the patient has mental health professionals nearby while still being able to live their life and work on their recovery or coping skills.

Residential/Inpatient Services

Residential treatment and inpatient services are the second highest level of care. Inpatient services typically occur in a treatment facility that has around-the-clock supervision. This level of care is designed for people who need more structure and support than what outpatient or intensive outpatient programs can offer.

Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Services

For severe addiction treatments, there are medically managed intensive inpatient services. This level of care is the highest level and is designed for people who need 24-hour medical care and supervision. During this level, patients live at the treatment facility and participate in various therapies and activities to help them overcome their addiction.


An intervention can be one of the most challenging acts a loved one can engage in, but it can also be one of the most rewarding. An intervention is a conversation designed to help a person see the harmful effects of substance use on their life.

Who Is Responsible for an Intervention?

The most important thing is that the intervention is done in the best interests of the person struggling with addiction. Sometimes, it may be appropriate for a family member or friend to lead the intervention, but other times it may be best to hire a professional.

How to Plan an Intervention

Planning an intervention can be difficult, but our team of experts can provide you with the resources you need to deliver an effective intervention.

What to Avoid at an Intervention

When planning an intervention, some things should be avoided.

Ultimatums. An ultimatum is a demand made with the threat of consequences if it is not met. For example, “If you don’t go to treatment, you will lose your job.” Ultimatums often backfire and can make the person struggling with addiction feel more resistant to treatment.

Blaming or shaming. Addiction is a disease, and no one is responsible for it except for the person suffering from it. Blaming or shaming will only make the person feel worse about themselves and may make them less likely to seek treatment.

Holding an intervention when someone is intoxicated. Intoxication comes with a loss of inhibitions and can make people say or do things they normally wouldn’t. This could make the person defensive and less likely to listen to what is being said. Waiting until the person is sober before holding an intervention is essential.

Get Started With Zinnia Health Today

The first step on the path to recovery is acknowledging that help is needed and then reaching out for support to people who will truly support you on this journey. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, then Zinnia Health can help.

We offer various services that can meet the needs of any individual. If you are wondering, “where can I find an alcohol detox near me?” Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you heal your body and mind.

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