Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Bend, Oregon

On television, recovering from drug and alcohol addiction is as simple as committing to change and maybe attending a 12-step program or two. In real life, though, substance abuse is a chronic and life-long illness, with relapse being a common side effect. Drug and alcohol rehab, though, offers addicts the skills and support they need to achieve a lifetime of sobriety. With the right drug treatment program, even the most downtrodden addicts can turn their lives around.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Treatment in Bend

Despite its relatively small population of about 50,000, Bend is the largest city in central Oregon, making it an important social, political, and cultural hub. This small city blends the vibrancy of a larger locale with the struggles of many rural areas, since Bend hosts many residents who suffer from drug addiction, alcohol addiction, or both.

Marijuana will soon be legalized in Bend, just like the rest of Oregon. This legal change might alleviate some of the long-term consequences of marijuana use, notably arrest and incarceration. But changes in the law can't alter the addictive nature of marijuana. Marijuana rehab might seem like an oxymoron, but many Bend residents struggle with marijuana addiction. Indeed, about 5% of people who use the drug eventually become hooked.

Alcohol use, though, is even more pervasive. As in most cities, alcohol and alcoholism plays a key role in Bend's cultural and social scene, and is available virtually everywhere. Its legal nature belies the fact that alcohol is a harmful drug – in fact, it's more addictive than most illegal drugs. Fifteen percent of the adult population in Bend suffers from alcohol addiction, and between 10% and 20% of drinkers eventually become addicted to alcohol. Ten percent of Bend teenagers admit to periodic binge drinking episodes.

Like many smaller towns across the U.S., Bend has seen a surge in abuse of prescription drugs, with many residents seeking prescription drug rehab in Bend, Oregon. Shockingly, these drugs may be even more dangerous than even the hardest street drugs. Prescription drugs yield more annual drug-related deaths than any drug class. Making the problem even worse is the fact that many drugs addicts need these drugs to treat or manage serious medical issues.

Like much of the Pacific Northwest, Bend now faces a spike in heroin use, with heroin rehab, in Bend, admissions increasing 27% over the last five years. Other addicts struggle with drugs such as crack, meth, cocaine, and PCP. Whether you're struggling with an illegal or legal drug, the fact that addiction is a treatable illness remains the same. Rehab changes lives every day by helping addicts learn to combat – and eventually eliminate – their cravings.

Why Should I Seek Alcohol Rehab in Bend?

Drug addiction is often a secret disease, but for alcoholics, it's socially acceptable to publicly and even aggressively abuse alcohol. Drinking plays such an important role in American cultural life that other drinkers may not notice an alcoholic's problem drinking for months or even years. The omnipresence of alcohol likewise undermines the ability of many drinkers to get clean and sober, with some drinkers insisting that alcohol can't possibly be that bad since it's legal. Alcohol, though, kills 88,000 people every year, and indirectly contributes to countless more deaths – not to mention broken relationships, lost jobs, and shattered lives. Alcohol is a drug, and its legal status is a mere fluke. 

Ninety percent of Bend residents drink – a fact that can make sobriety feel overwhelming, even impossible. People recovering from alcoholism must learn how to be around other drinkers without giving into peer pressure. Alcohol rehab can help you master this important skill. 

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Why Should I Seek Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Bend?

To an outsider looking in, drug abuse looks a lot like a choice. Addiction isn't a decision, though; no person would willingly choose such misery. Instead, addiction is a serious and potentially life-threatening disease that undermines addicts' ability to think clearly and rationally. Consequently, many addicts refuse to acknowledge that they are chemically dependent on a substance. This is particularly common among addicts who abuse prescription drugs such as Vyvanse, Xanax, or Valium. Abuse of any drug – including one your doctor prescribed – is extremely dangerous, and prescription drug abusers frequently inadvertently exacerbate serious medical conditions. 

Marijuana users, too, also sometimes struggle to accept that they are addicts. It's true that marijuana is slightly less addictive than some other drugs, but addiction can be a chemical or psychological dependence, and many addicts become psychologically dependent on pot. A smaller portion develop a chemical dependency. Because marijuana can soothe anxiety and dull pain, some addicts rely on it to treat mental or physical health conditions – a dangerous strategy that can delay the addict's ability to get the medical treatment she or he needs. 

Street drugs such as crack, meth, cocaine, and PCP are even more dangerous. The simple act of buying these drugs puts you in danger of arrest – or worse, leaves you at the mercy of an unreliable and potentially dangerous drug dealer. Half of all street drug users are eventually arrested, and an arrest can lead to damaging and life-altering consequences.  

No matter what drugs you abuse, rehab offers hope for change. Drug abuse gives rise to 2.5 million emergency room visits each year, and remains the leading cause of accidental death. The cost of treatment pales in comparison to the value of your life. If you're struggling with addiction, don't delude yourself; your life is on the line. Here are some indications that you are an addict, not just a recreational user:

  • Being unable to get sober on your own.
  • Feeling like you can't be normal or act like yourself without alcohol or drugs.
  • Relapsing after successfully quitting.
  • Experiencing psychological or physical withdrawal symptoms. 
  • Using drugs or alcohol to manage a mental or physical health condition.
  • Structuring your day around when you'll next be able to use drugs or alcohol.
  • Using drugs or alcohol reflexively, without even thinking about your choice.
  • Experiencing guilt, depression, shame, anxiety, or hopelessness about your addiction.  
  • Needing a steadily larger dose to get the same high you once got. 
  • Lying to loved ones about using drugs.

The best time to seek cocaine rehab, meth rehab, or rehab for the drug you abuse is always today. Addiction only gets worse over time, so every day that you delay treatment is a day you delay living a better and healthier life.

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What to Expect in Rehab

Every alcohol treatment program and drug treatment program is unique, just like the addicts to whom these programs cater. Some rehab facilities are religious in nature, while others endorse a secular world view. Some embrace luxurious living, while others focus solely on getting addicts clean. The services offered by the location you choose can affect the cost of rehab.

There's no right or wrong choice if you're trying to get clean and sober. Instead, you need to choose a place that feels right to you. Take your time when you look for a rehab facility, and ask yourself whether you feel comfortable with the location, staff, and track record of the facility you've chosen.

No matter where you go, though, you'll likely encounter the following services:

  • Medical supervision as you go through the detox and withdrawal process, as well as a doctor's care for any physical or mental health problems you have.
  • Individual counseling. At some facilities, you may also participate in family counseling sessions.
  • Group support programs that may include group therapy, 12-step groups, or some combination of support groups and informal meetings.
  • Education about the disease of addiction and how best to fight it.
  • Activities that can keep your mind off of your cravings and help you learn new skills.
  • A drug and alcohol-free environment.
  • Help devising and sticking to a plan for your short and long-term sobriety.

Rehab usually lasts between 30 and 60 days, with most people staying about 45 days. The length of your stay, though, depends on your circumstances. Long-term drug and alcohol abusers may need a bit longer, while some people successfully complete treatment in a matter of weeks. The important thing is to stick with the program and to listen to your treatment team's advice.

Do I Need Drug and Alcohol Rehab or Rehab for Alcoholism?

Admitting that you have a problem with drugs or alcohol is a courageous act, not to mention a necessary prerequisite to achieving lasting sobriety. Nevertheless, many addicts are hesitant to admit that they've lost control. If you're on the fence, here are some signs that you might need rehab to get clean:

  • You're addicted to multiple drugs, or have previously experienced addiction.
  • You have addiction-related health problems, or you're addicted to a prescription drug.
  • You use drugs or alcohol to cope with mental or physical health challenges.
  • You've been an addict for more than a year.
  • You've hurt family or friends because of your addiction.
  • Addiction runs in your family.
  • You live with addicts.
  • You don't feel safe or supported in your home environment.
  • People in your life do not support your decision to get clean, or actively attempt to undermine your goals.
  • You've experienced financial or legal problems due to your addiction

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Why Choose Northpoint?

It might not feel that way now, but the decision to go to rehab is a courageous act, and we honor your courage at Northpoint. We offer affordable and successful treatment options that really work! Our expert staff members have dealt with the hard cases, and we've watched countless addicts triumph in the face of adversity. We can help you triumph, too. We work with adult men and women, and we know the misery of addiction. We also know the joy of finally kicking this deadly illness.

For Bend residents hoping to escape peer pressure and stress at home, our Boise, Idaho location offers you a chance to focus on your sobriety in a safe environment, far from the pressures you face at home.

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Our competent and compassionate team of skilled addiction experts will help you gain the skills you need to return home, confident that you can live a life freedom from alcohol and drugs.

Life shouldn't be this difficult, and you don't have to do it alone. There is true hope for permanent and meaningful change, and making a phone call is the first step toward achieving that change. Don't delay your new life for another second. Call us today!