If you have questions about the need for home care management for your loved one or previously participated in an addiction recovery program, you know it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. At New Horizon Counseling Center, our team of experienced counselors is dedicated to helping patients develop a personalized recovery plan.
According to researchers at the NIH, an integrative approach to treating addiction can help individuals overcome their substance abuse issues.
Home-based treatment is the best option for many people to recover from various substance use disorders, such as alcohol use, cocaine use, and opioid use.
Unfortunately, many people are still struggling with the effects of opioid use disorders, such as chronic pain. At New Horizon Counseling Center, our experienced counselors can help individuals overcome their dependence on prescription opioids and other street drugs. If you or someone you know started using these drugs after being prescribed them for pain, you must get help now.
Some prescription drugs, such as Xanax and Valium, are addictive. Patients who are prescribed these drugs for anxiety or PTSD may develop a dependence on them.
Most people who use these drugs do not understand the potential effects of their use on their bodies. They also tend to trust their doctors. Unfortunately, some individuals addicted to benzodiazepines develop problems due to their recreational use.
At New Horizon, our counselors can help individuals struggling with an addiction or a benzodiazepine use disorder. If you have tried to stop using these drugs alone, you might experience withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, anxiety, and mood swings.
If you are struggling with withdrawal symptoms, New Horizon can help you manage your condition through an integrative approach to treating benzodiazepine use disorders. This type of home-based treatment includes medication-assisted support and medical testing. Our intensive outpatient program includes various other services, such as nutritional support and individual/group therapy.
Individualized programs are created for each patient according to New Horizon’s comprehensive evaluation. The facility also supports the independence of the patient.
Individuals who repeatedly use cocaine develop a psychological need to use the drug. This condition is known as a cocaine use disorder. It can be diagnosed in people with impairments in various areas, such as social, academic, occupational, and medical.
Cocaine use can be commonly found in social settings, especially when accompanied by alcohol. The use of this drug initially helps people feel more sociability and sexual enjoyment. However, as the user continues using it, it can have negative consequences. These include job loss, occupational or economic problems, depression, anxiety, and other cognitive impairments.
New Horizon offers home-based cocaine use treatment. This program is designed to help individuals address their substance use problems.
Home-based treatment aims to help patients maintain their independence and improve their quality of life. Unlike other programs, this method does not require participants to stay in a regular facility. Instead, New Horizon provides individual programs designed to meet each patient’s specific needs.
Each client receives supervision from a medical professional. Integrating New Horizon’s professional program with other support services, such as peer support groups, is possible.
Individualized programs are also created for each client. New Horizon can provide residential or supervised programs if additional support or supervision is required.
There are many reasons why a loved one might need home care management. At New Horizon, we treat many disorders, including those related to drugs such as ketamine, amphetamines, and other psychoactive substances. Our outpatient programs also help people address other addictions and substance abuse issues.
At New Horizon, our care managers are dedicated to providing the best possible care for individuals who need help staying healthy. For those who are receiving treatment for use disorders through New York’s Medicaid program, our staff members can help them manage their conditions.
Originally published on Herrick Lipton’s website.