Every person is different, and so is their road into addiction -- and out of it. That's one reason a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment simply doesn't work well for everyone. Yes, every person entering a rehab program wants to break the cycle of addiction and prepare themselves to live a sober and more positive life. But within that overarching goal are many smaller, more personal goals and considerations. Individualized care can help you work toward both the small and the large goals for a more cohesive recovery that increases your chances at long-term sobriety. At Right Step Rehab Country Hill, our clients find themselves benefiting from individualized care each and every day. What Does Individualized Care Mean? Many people confuse individual treatment options with individualized care. Individual therapy involves one-on-one sessions with a qualified therapist. Individualized care is more about tailoring your overall treatment plan to you as a person. When you enter a program that puts an emphasis on individualized care, you might meet with various treatment providers. Together \u2014 with your input \u2014 we create a treatment plan that is going to address your personal problems, and help you sort through them. Some aspects of individualized care include: \tAddiction treatment programs that take your individual needs and concerns into account \tThe ability to integrate your personal interests into treatment \tOptions for working toward unique goals related to your recovery \tPlans for aftercare to ensure you have support as you continue on with your recovery journey Individualized care can be offered in a variety of environments, including inpatient and outpatient programs. It also typically includes much more than individual therapy. Some other potential components might include, but aren't limited to: \tGroup therapy programs \tMedical detox as needed \tFamily therapy programs \tRecreational or fitness therapies Benefiting From Individualized Care: What to Expect The biggest benefit of individualized care is that it treats you, the person, and not just your addiction. Addiction can be a complex issue involving root causes that run into personal lives, careers, academics, relationships, physical health and mental health. Individualized treatment involves working with compassionate therapy teams to dig into those root causes in ways that are most productive and healing for you, rather than fitting you into a generalized program that may or may not work for you. While there are certainly known best practices for dealing with addiction, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, how those treatments are implemented can vary somewhat. Individual treatment plans let your clinical and therapeutic staff work with you to use best practice options in ways that engage your mind, body and spirit and foster the best chance at long-term recovery. Benefiting from individualized care can also mean that you don't fit your own addiction treatment into a forced pace and structure. Some people, for example, might benefit from starting with residential treatment before stepping down through various outpatient treatment formats. Others might have social and family concerns that make starting with an intensive outpatient program more appropriate. Care that's individualized lets providers take your entire situation and all your needs into account when helping you plan for rehab and recovery. How Can You Get Individualized Addiction Treatment? You can get individualized addiction treatment by reaching out to a provider that offers this approach. When you're researching rehab facilities or providers, look for language about individual treatment plans. You can also ask how they work with people as individuals during rehab. Addiction can strip away the person you truly are. Recover yourself as you work through your addiction with a drug rehab that offers individualized treatment. Benefiting from individualized care can make a big difference. Take the first step now and contact us online or call us at .