There are many substance abuse treatment programs out there, but are you choosing the right one for you? Granite Recovery offers a wide range of services in the beautiful state of New Hampshire. We understand that no two addictions are alike. Each person will need to be cared for individually, and each person will need all of the support that they can get. Granite Recovery will work with you to create the best plan to keep you sober over the long haul.
Why Go To Substance Abuse Treatment Programs?
If you are addicted to substances, have you attempted to stop using and stay stopped on your own? Have you maybe tried and never told anyone for fear that you might have to admit you have a problem? Although it may seem like it, you are not alone; many people are going through the same thing that you are today. Quitting is hard, why not get the help and support that you need to make sure you do it right this time around.
It is pretty simple; addiction happens because the chemistry of our brain is changed as substances are left to percolate on the surface of our brain cells for long periods. When you use substances, you feel good and maybe even forget about all of the bad things that are going on. Substances will:
- Stimulate the Basal Ganglia – This area of the brain is the reward center. When you consume substances, you are exciting this area of the brain
- Repress the Extended Amygdala – This area of the brain is responsible for your stress response. When you do drugs or drink, this area is put to sleep
As you continue to use to feel better, your brain cells will produce more receptors that will attach to the chemicals you are putting in your brain. The receptors are what cause you to feel good or bad when you no longer have substances. These extra receptors cause you to build a tolerance to the substance, and it takes more and more to feel the effects as time goes on.
When you stop taking the substance, these two areas of the brain being frantically signaling to our prefrontal cortex that you need more substances right away or you may die. This is how obtaining more drugs or alcohol and can become as important or more important than drinking water or eating. Can too much of a good thing be bad? I guess so.
The only way to overcome the powerful hold that addiction has over people is to suffer through the pain. You will need to learn ways to deal with not using. It can be very hard at first, and this is why it is best to seek out professional help.
Substance Abuse Treatment Programs at Granite Recovery
Granite Recovery substance abuse treatment center in Massachusetts is close to Maine and Connecticut. There is an international airport in New Hampshire for those from far away. Granite Recovery has formed a collection of programs that use a combination of evidence-based therapy and a 12-Step curriculum to create individual treatment plans.
Granite Recovery currently offers the following NH substance abuse treatment programs:
- Medical Drug Detoxification
- Inpatient Drug Rehab
- Drug Rehab Aftercare Programs
- Outpatient Drug Rehab Programs
In addition to:
- Sober Living Homes
- Evidence-Based Treatment for Addiction
- Holistic Therapies for Addiction Treatment
- Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
- Sports Focused Experiential Therapy Program
In the many programs that Granite Recovery offers, you will find that we involve all patients in 12-Step work, they also participate in 12-Step group support meetings. We believe that 12-Step meetings are many of our patient’s best bets on remaining sober when they return home. Becoming familiar with how they work in the clinical setting can help them to gain the most from the programming that is near their homes.
Contacting Granite Recovery
If you think you might be interested in learning more about our substance abuse treatment programs, give us a call at 855.712.7784. We can give you a tour of the facilities, send you more information, and verbally go over any questions you may have. Call us and start your sober journey now!