30 Day Drug and Alcohol Rehab
We are willing to go The Extra Mile for your recovery. Although we highly suggest long-term drug and alcohol rehab programs in Mississippi, we have the ability to customize each client’s treatment plan to meet their needs.
Often times, clients are unable to attend a long-term treatment program in Mississippi. The circumstances below often prevent clients from this experience:
- Child Care
Contact us to receive help regarding what options you can take with these matters.
What to Expect in 30 days
Once a client is detoxed, there still may be a time period for the brain to heal. This time period in a 30 day drug and alcohol rehab can vary due to an individual’s age, frequency of use and the quantity of drug and or alcohol consumed.
During the initial seven days, our clients will become adjusted to the program and their surroundings. The loving and caring staff will go the extra mile to ensure each client is comfortable as they begin their journey into a life of recovery.
A Day In a 30 Day Rehab Program
At the Extra Mile drug and alcohol rehab center in Mississippi, you can expect your day to be productive. We have found, while in addiction, our daily routines were unstructured. Each day, every client will maximize their potential. This will mimic a real world situation. During the hours of 9am to 5pm, clients will experience a variety of clinical and recovery groups driven to provide education and opportunity to learn new behaviors. In the morning and evening hours, clients will develop a routine which they can carry into their new life of recovery.
The Role of a Counselor During a 30 Day Rehab Program
Your counselor will be your biggest supporter. They will work with you and you will be involved in your treatment planning. Our counselors use the below techniques, to help you achieve long-term sobriety.
What Addictions Can Be Treated in Extra Mile’s 30 Day Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program?
Our licensed and knowledgeable clinical staff are trained to handle many addiction diagnoses. Below are the more common addictions we treat: