9. Is the program an outpatient rehab or a support group?
Some people do better with support groups and talking about life issues and others do much better when in an institution of some kind. Both avenues work well depending on your needs and this will be something you need to look into. Figure out which would work better for you; are you more of a person to talk over your addiction in front of others to solve your problems or are you someone who needs a new environment for your rehab? Some outpatient settings offer at-home therapy and support so that you can overcome your problems in the setting you will be spending the majority of your life at. In addition, these outpatient settings offer hours per day of therapy to assist you with what you need, making this a good option for those who suffer in daily life.
10. Does your rehab offer some sort of medical intervention or substance detox?
Wellness centers offer detox and wraps to go along with support groups and one-on-one support. When looking into facilities, you need to search and find out the perks of these places. Some will offer medical withdrawal programs to safely let your body heal naturally and to detox under the direction of a physician. People who are addicted to drugs and alcohol should not attempt to detox cold-turkey, as this can cause severe medical complications. This option may be a little costly, but your body is receiving a great amount of care to overcome addiction and the price is well worth a great future.