NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In 2013, around 24.6 million American citizens ages 12 and up reported using an illicit drug during the course of the previous month. This is equal to 9.4% of the American population. The report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration showed a dramatic increase of 8.3% since the year 2002, and SAMHSA further noted that in 2013, an estimated 22.7 million Americans required treatment for alcohol or drugs. Sadly only 2.5 million of these people, a mere 0.9 percent, received the treatment they needed.
Thankfully for those seeking treatment for all types of addiction and mental health issues, Intervention Drug Rehab Association has stepped up to the challenge of ensuring that as many people as possible get the help that they need. Their extensive network of providers offers customized addiction treatment programs to each client, based on individual needs, substance abuse history, and severity of addiction. Oftentimes many drug rehab centers find it easier to guide their clients through the same program without taking individual needs and even individual preferences into consideration.
Kelly Larson, a case manager at Intervention Drug Rehab Association, says, “A lot of the time it’s easier to have everyone doing the same thing. We’re not about that here. We’re not about easy. We’re about what’s best and most effective for our clients.”
Due to the limited amount of clients enrolled at any given time, staff members are able to provide the necessary amount of support for each client. In addition to this perk of the program, clients are also able to explore a wider variety of positive coping mechanisms. Just because yoga works for some, that does not mean it will work for every client. Intervention Drug Rehab Association encourages clients to try art therapy, exercise, meditation, 12 step programs, group therapy, and more. By helping each individual client discover what works best for him or her, Intervention is able to put each client on his or her own path to sustained sobriety and success.
Intervention Drug Rehab Association is proud to be able to offer luxury accommodations, transportation to treatment and classes, and private chefs who cook delicious meals three times a day. By continuing to focus on this individualized model of treatment, they report seeing clients successfully sustain their sobriety upon returning home.