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Long-Term Drug Rehabs

Long-Term Rehab ResultsLong-term rehabs often get results that may not be obtained with many people in a shorter program. Find out how you can increase your chances of maintaining permanent sobriety. Contact us now.

Learn more about long-term rehabilitation programs and what the various methods of available treatment centers use today.

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What is Considered a Long-Term Rehab?

There is no set length of time that defines what constitues a long-term drug rehab program, however it is generally accepted to mean more than 30 days. Many longer-term facilities can last between 60 days and 120 days, with 90-day rehabs becoming more and more available. Even many of the programs that used to be just one month in length now offer extended programs for additional months' worth of treatment.

While there have been no definitive studies recently to show treatment outcomes on a broad scale, empirical evidence and personal testimonies from rehab centers and clients indicate that longer-term rehabilitation centers are more successful than short-term or out-patient programs.

Long-Term Drug Rehabs

On any given day there are roughly 1.2 million people receiving some sort of treatment services for substance abuse in the United States. According to recent statistics, only about 21 percent of facilities offer long-term residential rehabilitation programs (2,800). The result is that just 6 percent of people being treated (71,000) were in a long-term rehab center at that time.

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