How to Get into Rehab ImmediatelyFollow These 5 Simple Steps
When someone hits their ‘rock bottom,’ they need help quickly or their lives, and possibly the lives of others, could be at serious risk. In this article, we’ll explain:
- How to get into rehab fast
- Why you need to act quickly
- Signs someone needs immediate drug rehab
Read on to find out how you can get yourself or your loved one into an emergency drug or alcohol rehab below.
How to get into rehab fast
Where can you get into rehab immediately?
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Many rehabs in Thailand have extensive experience with handling clients in difficult situations from all over the world and can admit a client within a couple of days. Rehabs in your home country may take weeks or even months to process an admission due to long waitlists, insurance protocols, or other ‘red tape.’ Some of the top rehabs in Thailand also have experience working with many international insurance companies, so you can save costs and get into treatment sooner.
Emergency rehabilitation why you need to act quickly
Signs someone needs immediate drug rehab
- Does the substance or behavior (i.e. gambling, sex, or gaming) consume your thoughts?
- Are you often or always thinking of the next time you can use, and make your plans around using?
- Do you prioritize your drug or alcohol use over time with family or friends, work, or self care?
- Do you continue to use despite having social or interpersonal problems caused or exacerbated by the effects of the substance?
Answering ‘yes’ to any of these questions are telltale signs that you are suffering from an addiction.
Dual-diagnosis is incredibly common among those with addiction. It is often the case that a co-occurring disorder or underlying mental health issues may have presented prior to the addiction, and the use of substance started as a way to numb the pain or intense emotions associated with the mental illness. Regardless of it’s possible origins however, once one crosses the line from use, to abuse, and into addiction those underlying mental health issues serve to further fuel one’s addiction and therefore need to be treated in tandem with addiction.