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8 Reasons to Detox Far From Home

Detoxing is a delicate process that can take some time depending on the drug. Detoxing is a delicate time during recovery. It is important to detox in a place that does not allow you to relapse during the detox process. There are many reasons why you might want to choose a detox center that is far from your home.

1. Privacy

When you have a drug or alcohol problem, you do not want everyone to know about it. Those in high profile jobs or trusted positions such as police officers often seek detox out of the home town. This is usually to avoid someone recognizing them. If you are in this situation, call 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?). We can help you find a drug treatment program outside of your home town.

2. A Fresh Start After Detox

Never underestimate the power of a fresh start after you go through detox. Detox and drug treatment changes you. Just as your personality changes when you are on the drugs, your personality will change when you get off of them.

3. Getting Away from Stress

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When there is drug use in your home, it’s important to seek an out-of-town detox center.

According to Scholastic, people exposed to stress are more likely to abuse drugs or alcohol. It works as both a cause of drug addiction and an effect of it. Being far away from your stressors helps to let you process them without having to confront them directly.

4. Staying Far Away from Triggers

A trigger is something that causes you to crave drugs or alcohol. Triggers can be anything that reminds you of your substance use. Until you detox from the drug and learn to deal with your triggers in treatment, it is best to stay away from them. If you don’t, you risk relapsing back into your addiction.

5. Leaving Friends that Use Behind

Friends that use drugs are detrimental to your detox and treatment program. They are likely to encourage you to continue using drugs or alcohol. By getting completely away from them you rid yourself of the temptation to use when they do.

6. The Stigma of Needing Drug Treatment

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the stigma of seeking treatment for drug addiction is a major barrier to treatment. Most people who are in detox do not want to deal with this stigma particularly from people that they know or care about. By seeking out of town treatment, they can avoid the stigma of drug addiction in their community.

7. Drug or Alcohol Use Inside your Home or Work Place

When drugs are being used inside your home or by your co-workers, it is almost impossible to detox without relapsing. By leaving town you can remove yourself from the situation and prevent a relapse due to continued exposure.

8. Habitual Drug Use at Certain Times or in Certain Places

If you use drugs at certain times or at certain locations, both your schedule and your habits need to change. During detox the potential for relapse is very high if you remain near the places you used drugs. It is also important that you do not fall back into your old habits immediately after detoxing.

Finding a Treatment Center Far from your Home

Finding a treatment center far from your home is very easy. All you have to do call 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?). We can help you find the detox center that satisfies all of these reasons to seek a detox that is far from home.

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