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There are four stages of addiction leading to substance abuse: Experimentation, recreational use, excessive use and dependence. Most abusers begin using substances recreationally then escalate use until they can’t stop.
Substance abuse can occur after severe injury, treatment with narcotic painkillers. Studies have shown that psychological need for the painkillers can persist long after the physical injury has begun to heal.
The path to addiction recovery can be long and difficult, but it is not impossible. These are the stages of an addiction we will go through more thoroughly in therapy.
The pre-contemplation stage is characterized by denial. The abuser may not think they have any problem and believe they’re comfortable with their habit. They believe they can handle their drug or alcohol use, and don’t believe they have a problem.
In the contemplation stage, conflicting emotions begin to play a role. Consequences of the person’s drug use make an appearance. Problems may arise with friends, family or co-workers. Personal awareness of the problem begins to take place. Change in their life is desired, but they are unsure where to turn for help and are in fear of treatment and recovery with the associated costs (financial and otherwise) and the ensuing pain and cost of detox in a drug detox clinic.
The third stage is when the client prepares for recovery. This may involve 12-step meetings and making a firm resolution to stop drug use. The client may become discouraged at this point because they cannot stop on their own without help. They may start to consider addiction treatment at a drug rehab facility or an addiction treatment center.
The action stage may begin when attempts and methods in the pre-contemplation stage fail. The client realizes direct action is needed to change their life and begin recovery. They learn more about the disease of addiction and work through issues that may be blocking them from recovery and understand that change is possible.
The last stage is maintenance and relapse prevention. The client focuses on maintaining their recovery program as well as continuing to implement the tools learned in treatment for continuing to live their newly adopted healthy lifestyle.
If you’re trying to quit on your own, you need professional help. You may recognize that you need help, but don’t know where to turn. Perhaps you want to make lasting changes in your life, but haven’t yet been able to. Corbin Recovery can help. Our substance abuse treatment facility in Tigard, Oregon is here for you.
Successful treatment for alcohol and drug addiction depends on dual diagnosis treatment. Many of our clients suffering from drug addiction are self-medicating to escape depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders or schizophrenia. Some have been victims of trauma, either current or earlier in life. The prominent problem of addiction cannot be addressed until the underlying mental health problem is treated. At Corbin Recovery, we stress the dual diagnosis treatment model in our drug rehab centers and it is central to our addiction recovery program in Tigard.
Treatment at Corbin Recovery begins at our addiction recovery center in Tigard is in a safe and comfortable environment. We have developed a community within our facilities where clients interact in an extended support group that encourages an honest exploration of self in the environment of our addiction recovery treatment centers.
Our addiction treatment facility in Tigard, Oregon offers full services for rehabilitation from drugs. From our drug detox clinic and rehab facilities, we offer monitored detox by our experienced staff. The Corbin Recovery addiction programs help insure the client’s long-term success.