Drug and alcohol treatment should never be put off for fear of COVID-19. However, some people with addiction may be at a higher risk for health complications from this virus. It’s important to find the right balance of care for your situation. When choosing treatment, know that in-person rehab is not the only option for you. Some people may benefit from other types of supportive care for addiction treatment. At Sunstone Recovery, we specialize in providing you with the support you need right now.
Is In-Person Rehab Dangerous?
It’s hard to know if drug and alcohol addiction is worse than the risks associated with in-person rehab. In other words, if this is the only way to get help for your situation and it is an available service, do not put off rehab if in-person treatment is the only option.
Most drug and alcohol treatment centers are doing everything they can to help ensure a person is living in a safe space. This may include pre-screening and testing before welcoming anyone into the treatment center. Of course, there is a risk as there is in any group setting.
It’s up to you to determine what is the right situation for your needs. If you feel inpatient drug rehab is not the right choice, that’s okay if there are other levels of care available. Just make sure you invest in treatment – you do not want to risk overdose because you did not seek out the care you need.
Outpatient & Telehealth Drug Treatment
An outpatient telehealth drug treatment program may be an excellent option for you or a loved one. In an outpatient treatment center, people attend treatment during the day and return home in the evenings. In a telehealth drug treatment program at Sunstone, people attend counseling and group therapy sessions without leaving their homes.
- You can remain at home with your family.
- With a drug-free home, you can still get the help you need for all aspects of drug addiction.
- Detox services are available when needed.
- For people with mental health disorders, treatment at home may make you more comfortable and willing to open up.
- You may be able to continue working or going to school during treatment, which can be helpful for your career.
For those who may not want to invest in inpatient rehab because they do not want to be away from family and friends, especially during a pandemic, we encourage you to learn more about our telehealth services. You can meet with, talk to, and interact with a professional from a distance – right in your home. That can help to eliminate nearly all of the risks associated with COVID-19. It still allows you to get the same level and quality of care you desire as well.
Explore All of the Outpatient Treatment Options We Offer
At Sunstone Recovery, we encourage you to embrace complete and thorough treatment. That comes from providing you with access to a large number of treatment programs and methods. Some of our programs include:
- Telehealth addiction treatment
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Addiction therapy programs of all types
- Intensive outpatient program
- Young adult rehab program
When you need rehab during COVID that is safe and practical, turn to our team to find out if you can get the type and level of care you need.
Find the Right Treatment for You at Sunstone Recovery
Whether you are worried about in-person rehab or not, finding the right treatment center for your specific needs is important. That’s why we offer a range of solutions that can help you in a way that is most comfortable for your needs. Reach out to our professionals today to learn more about how we can help you. Call 855.833.9199 or connect with us online today.