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Countless people are afflicted by dependency to drugs and/or alcohol, or have loved ones affected by drugs and/or alcohol dependency. Living with dependency is a challenging and unhappy experience for everyone involved. Rehabilitation helps people overcome the challenge and turn their lives around. Rehab is a process during which addicts come to terms with their dependency, learn how to recognize and keep away from triggers that cause them to use, and learn how to live successfully as an addict in recovery. Drug Rehab NE creates personalized, customized treatment plans to fulfill all of the needs their clients including their physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional needs. The center also provides a wholesome, kind atmosphere for addicts to begin recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

What Drug Rehab NE Does

For addicts who don’t realize that their dependency to drugs and alcohol is a problem, or who oppose treatment, the first step in their recovery is usually an intervention. Friends, family members, and loved ones of an addict plan an intervention with the goal of confronting the addict regarding their drug or alcohol problem, providing the addict with examples of how they’ve hurt themselves and others, and urging them to enter a rehabilitation center. For an intervention to be successful, Drug Rehab Centers NE encourage an extensive planning process guided by a professional interventionist. It’s extremely vital to understand that an intervention is NOT treatment, and won’t prevent the addict from using all by itself. Interventions are so much more effective if followed immediately by treatment.


A period of detox is occasionally needed for addicts before they can enter a rehabilitation center. Withdrawal can be very difficult and unsettling for many people depending on the substance of addiction. Detox, or detoxification, is a medically supervised process designed to safely withdraw the addict. For some addicts, this process can require specific medicines, or an IV for hydration and nutrition. For people that have been hooked on alcohol, opiates, and certain other drugs, detox is a crucially important part of treatment. The withdrawal from these substances can actually be deadly without medical assistance. Even though lots of people mistakenly think it is safe, quitting ‘cold turkey’ can be an unhealthy or even deadly option. Detox will only help an addict effectively withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol, not end the addiction, because detox is NOT treatment.


Whether someone just started using, or they habitually abuse drugs and alcohol, Drug Rehab NE is able to provide healthy, effective treatment for people in all levels of dependency. Their rehab programs include treatment for:

  • alcohol
  • opiates (heroin, codeine)
  • prescribed drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone)
  • designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants)
  • crystal meth
  • cocaine
  • hallucinogens
  • marijuana

By evaluating the root of dependency, identifying co-occurring mental factors, and creating the most proficient treatment plans for each client, Drug Rehab NE can offer the highest chance for success.

Drug Rehab NE Helps

Addiction is clearly a dangerous and worrisome illness, as demonstrated by the fact that people who are afflicted by addiction harm not only themselves, but also the people who they love. Though there is no wonder ‘cure’ for addiction, people who enter certified, accredited rehab facilities experience the most success in recovery. Drug Rehab NE’s treatment plans are fact-based and medically proven. They include individual and group therapy meetings, physical and recreational activities, participation in 12-step groups, behavioral modeling, and all the comforts of inpatient living at the affordable price of an outpatient facility. For help with dependency, or to help a family member with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, call Drug Rehab NE at (402) 227-6804 for details about interventions, detox, treatment programs, and dependency in general.