Drug Rehab in Dallas: RDTW
Understanding Our Drug Rehab Experience
The process of getting into rehab can be made difficult. However, we make that process much easier. Below you will find the simple three-step process of how to get the most help out of your rehab experience.
Get Treatment Perfect for You
Perhaps the most difficult part of getting treatment is finding the right drug rehab center. With a zillion choices, it may seem overwhelming which place to choose. If you are in Texas, Real Deal Therapy & Wellness may be the best option for you! With sober living, outpatient, and a wide variety of clinical services, we are here to help!
How To Find The Best Treatment Near Me?
When starting a search to find the best treatment center, there are a few things to look at. Firstly, what are you struggling with? Is it a meth, alcohol, or painkiller addiction? Secondly, what about the cost? Cost can be seen as a taboo subject in the rehab community, but it should not be. Understanding the cost and what insurance is accepted is an important step. Thirdly, what program is best for you? With so many different programs, it’s important to highlight the one that is the most relevant to you. And fourth, where should I go? Luckily, there are likely many centers near you, regardless of where you are. Below are some things to keep in mind before making a decision of which treatment center to choose.
Drug Rehab FAQ's
Below are some quick answers to frequently asked questions about detox.
Costs will ultimately depend on a variety of things. Most centers are between $1,500-$35,000 per month. The costs will ultimately be dictated by the location of the program, what amenities are provided, the clinical structure, and how aesthetic the center is. Luckily, many centers accept insurance. At Real Deal Therapy & Wellness, we are willing to work with you! Click here to get help now.
Yes. We accept all forms of insurance!
At most other inpatient teatment centers, no. But if you are attending our outpatient addiction program, you absolutely will be able to keep your job!
The single biggest missing point in treatment is the lack of attention to aftercare. After all, when you leave treatment, that is when recovery really begins. If you go to a place with an excellent plan for your aftercare, chances of maintaining sobriety will be immediately improved. But, if you go to a place that has no focus on what happens after treatment, then you should look elsewhere. Do not go to treatment with a plan for when you get back into reality! Sober living houses exist for a specific reason: to apply the tools learned in treatment to reality.