Are you safe in drug rehab? (inpatient treatment)

Drugs are scary, and can attract some very dangerous people. Does this create additional risks at inpatient treatment facilities, where recovering drug addicts share residencies?

asked 26 Feb '12, 21:24

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Drug Addiction

Drug rehab is for people with drug addictions who are seeking help and change.


Drug Detox

A detox regiment is often included at the beginning of drug rehab, if not recommended.


Addiction Treatment

Many people go to drug rehab for the treatment of their drug addiction.


Drug Rehab

Inpatient treatment is a form of drug rehab in which patients stay in the confines of a rehab facility for a duration of time.

You are safe in rehab; you should have nothing to worry about except getting better. The vast majority of people in rehab are there to get serious help and will not condone harmful behavior from other patients. There is zero-tolerance for the use of drugs, violence, or any other kind of harassment: any of these things may compromise the progress of recovering addicts. Staff should be prepared for troubled patients and able to intervene when things get bad. Inpatient treatment programs have very serious environments, dedicated to getting you better and protecting you from the things that harm you most.

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Asked: 26 Feb '12, 21:24

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