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Drug Rehab Facilities in New Orleans

Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health

Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health

1601 Perdido Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Rating: 4.2
Central City Behavioral Health Center

Central City Behavioral Health Center

2221 Phillip Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70113
Rating: 3
Orleans Parish Drug Court

Orleans Parish Drug Court

2601 Tulane Avenue, Suite 804, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 2.9
Goodworks Janitorial

Goodworks Janitorial

500 Camp Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Rating: 5.0
Greenpath International Inc

Greenpath International Inc

411 South Broad Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 3
Total Sentencing Alternatives Prog LLC

Total Sentencing Alternatives Prog LLC

2714 Canal Street, Suite 403, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 3
Odyssey House Louisiana, Inc.

Odyssey House Louisiana, Inc.

1125 N Tonti Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 2.9
Family Services of Greater New Orleans

Family Services of Greater New Orleans

2515 Canal Street , New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 3
Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous

2739 Ursulines Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 3
Lovingcare Center

Lovingcare Center

135 South Dorgenois Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 3.7
Odyssey House LA

Odyssey House LA

1125 N Tonti St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Rating: 2.9
Bridge House Incorporated

Bridge House Incorporated

4150 Earhart Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Rating: 4.2
In Process Inc

In Process Inc

8000 Forshey Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Rating: 3
Meredith W. Harris

Meredith W. Harris

95 Fontainebleau Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125
Rating: 3
Grace House

Grace House

1401 Delachaise Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Rating: 3
Townsend

Townsend

Touro Medical Plaza, 3600 Prytania, Ste. 72, New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Rating: 3
Coleman Louise

Coleman Louise

8200 Hampson Street Frnt, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Rating: 3
Responsibility House

Responsibility House

1799 Stumpf Boulevard, Gretna, Louisiana 70056
Rating: 4.4
Second Wind Connection

Second Wind Connection

107 Wall Blvd , Gretna, Louisiana 70056
Rating: 3
Ochsner Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

Ochsner Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

1514 Jefferson Highway, New Orleans, Louisiana 70121
Rating: 3.9
LEADERS CONCEPTS

LEADERS CONCEPTS

P O BOX 9516, Metairie, Louisiana 70055
Rating: 3
Gateway Recovery Systems

Gateway Recovery Systems

4103 Lac Couture Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058
Rating: 3.5
ACER LLC

ACER LLC

2321 North Hullen Street, Suite B, Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Rating: 3
Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center Metairie

Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center Metairie

2955 Ridgelake Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70002
Rating: 3
Addiction Recovery Resources

Addiction Recovery Resources

4933 Wabash St., Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Rating: 3.0
Palmetto

Palmetto

2955 Ridgelake Dr, Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Rating: 3
Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc.

Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc.

4933 Wabash Street, Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Rating: 3.0
Sinfonia Family Services of Louisiana

Sinfonia Family Services of Louisiana

3613 Hessmer Street, Metairie, Louisiana 70002
Rating: 5.0
Jefferson Parish Human Servs Authority

Jefferson Parish Human Servs Authority

5001 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, Louisiana 70072
Rating: 3.6
New Freedom Inc

New Freedom Inc

3100 Ridgelake Drive Suite 104, Metairie, Louisiana 70002
Rating: 3
Delta Center

Delta Center

3350 Ridgelake Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70002
Rating: 3
Spirit of Freedom Ministries

Spirit of Freedom Ministries

2700 Athania Parkway, Metairie, Louisiana 70002
Rating: 3
Guidance Center Inc

Guidance Center Inc

2626 Charles Drive Suite 210 P.O. Box 1604, Chalmette, Louisiana 70044
Rating: 3.0
Ctr for Hope Children and Family Servs

Ctr for Hope Children and Family Servs

5630 Crowder Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana 70127
Rating: 5.0
GR Group LLC

GR Group LLC

9810 Lake Forest Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana 70127
Rating: 5.0
River Oaks Hospital

River Oaks Hospital

1525 River Oaks Road East, New Orleans, Louisiana 70123
Rating: 3.2
Celebration Hope Center

Celebration Hope Center

2701 Transcontinental Dr., Metairie, Louisiana 70006
Rating: 4.2
East Jefferson General Hospital - Wellness Center

East Jefferson General Hospital - Wellness Center

3726 Houma Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana 70006
Rating: 4.5
Saint Charles Parish Hospital

Saint Charles Parish Hospital

1057 Paul Maillard Road, Luling, Louisiana 70070
Rating: 3.2
Saint Charles Community Health Center

Saint Charles Community Health Center

853 Milling Avenue, Luling, Louisiana 70070
Rating: 3.2

 

New Orlean Drug Treatment Centers (504) 267-1580

Living life as a drug or alcohol addict can be difficult. The addiction easily takes over your life, making it hard to hold down a job, have normal relationships with friends and family, and the addiction wreaks havoc on your body. Whether you have been addicted for a short time, or for the majority of your life, now is the time to lift the burden of addiction and start a happier, healthier life.

 

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If you are like most people, you probably already know how dangerous addiction is, and are ready to be rid of it. However, there are still obstacles standing in your way. Many people see New Orleans Drug Treatment Centers or alcohol rehabilitation clinics as obstacles, rather than as stepping stones. The decision to enter rehab is a difficult one, even when you realize how important it is to get clean. Treatment is not easy and it is not fun, but it is worth it.

The Decision

Many people talk about a "rock bottom" experience when it comes to realizing their addiction is out of control. This could be anything from a serious accident or overdose, to just coming down from a high and seeing the life that follows addiction. You probably already know how addiction pushes away loved ones and muddles your memory and cognitive processes. Living with dependency is only half living.

If you know it is time to overcome your addiction, you have two avenues you could follow. First, you could try to get clean on your own. This is admirable, but not at all a wise decision as many health risks including death can be a part of the detox process-- depending on they drugs used, for how long, and what dosages. People feel that the help treatment providers is necessary for their road to recovery. Addiction treatment is designed to equip addicts with the skills they need to live their lives without being burdened by their addiction.

Being Open

The key to getting the most out of treatment is to be open to the activities and exercises your doctor has planned for you. This can be difficult, especially if you either do not know what these activities are going to be, or have a preoccupied mind. One of the major roadblocks some face entering rehab is the significant amount of time it cuts out of their lives. Some programs may only take a week, while others can take up to six weeks or longer, depending on your needs. This leads to some being worried about their lives outside of drug rehab treatment.

While in treatment, the most important thing to focus on is the treatment itself. It is vitally important that you get the most out of this stay. Worrying about your life, considering quitting, and finding ways to get drugs while in the facility are all close-minded thoughts. Once you decide to get clean, hold on to that decision and let it lead you through the uncomfortable patches. When you focus on this decision, you become more open to learning what you need to learn and doing what you need to do.

Difficult Emotions

Many addictions are fueled by the desire to wipe out "bad" feelings. Loneliness, sadness, anger, and guilt are the most common emotions that some use alcohol or substances to numb. When you stop using, those emotions will return, and, especially at the beginning, it can be very difficult to deal with them. However, when you realize that this flood of feelings is normal and even a natural part of the recovery process, you can give yourself some leeway not only to feel them but also to deal with them.

Making Rehab as Easy as Possible

Rehab is not supposed to be easy, but it also doesn't have to be more difficult than it is intended to be. You have already made the decision to enter treatment, and that is the hardest step in the process. Once you enter a facility, follow the schedule your doctor has laid out for you. Let yourself heal and learn as much as possible. When you soak up everything your doctors and the other patients have to offer, you will find that living a drug or alcohol-free life makes you much happier than the substances ever did.

Call New Orleans Drug Treatment Center to find out more about your options at (504) 267-1580

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