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Drug Rehab Centers in Lawton, Oklahoma

Lawton, Oklahoma has a total of 15 drug rehab listing(s) containing information on alcohol rehab centers, addiction treatment centers, drug treatment programs, and rehabilitation clinics within the city. Contact us if you have a facility in Lawton, Oklahoma and would like to share it in our directory. Additional information about specific Lawton listings is available by phoning our toll free rehab helpline at 866-720-3784.

Lawton, OK, is a beautiful city steeped in history. Its economy has long been reliant on the military due to its proximity to the Fort Sill Military Reservation. The city is particularly proud of its declining crime rate. In fact, the incidence of prominent crimes like homicide and robbery have dropped by as much as 50%. However, that is not to say that the city doesn't have its fair share of problems.


Lawton Addiction Statistics


In Lawton, just like anywhere else, some people are struggling with substance abuse. Oklahoma as a state ranks 3rd in the nation for mental illness prevalence, and second for substance abuse. Thankfully, the city is aware of those issues and is working hard at addressing them. Hence, a number of drug and alcohol rehab facilities are available. In fact, addiction statistics across the state show that there is a real need for this type of intervention.


If you are looking for a treatment center, perhaps following an intervention, then you should be able to find the help that you need. Usually, your journey will start with a period of medically supervised detox. After that, you will enter rehab, which can either be on an inpatient or an outpatient basis.


Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment?


If you enter inpatient rehab in Lawton, you will be under 24 hour care and supervision, living at the facility. Here, you will receive full treatment services, which include behavioral and medical therapy. All of that are provided in one setting. Should you attend outpatient treatment, however, then you will have somewhat more flexibility as you will be able to fit your treatment around your existing responsibilities at home, work, or school. Generally, you will have to attend a clinic several times a week, usually for sessions lasting a few hours at a time.


There are also some programs in Lawton that effectively combine the two. You will start with a period of inpatient treatment, during which time you will detox and become medically stable. You can then enter partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment, eventually moving on to regular outpatient treatment where you will receive followup treatment. This is particularly suitable for those who have a moderate substance abuse problem.


How Can a Treatment Center Help?


By going to a rehab and treatment facility in Lawton, you will be able to receive help with issues regarding substance abuse, including drug and alcohol treatment. You may also be able to receive help with other problems, such as eating disorders or pain. Most of the time, treatment lasts for 30 days, although long term programs, lasting 60 or even 90 days, are also available.


When you first arrive for treatment, you will be supported through your period of detox. This will be monitored by medical professionals, who will ensure you are safe at all times and as comfortable as possible. You will then receive therapy, which generally includes individual and group therapy, as well as family counseling if appropriate. This is seen as the first real step on the road to recovery.


Finally, an aftercare plan will be developed. This will ensure that you are able to maintain your sobriety. The aftercare plan, for many, is the most important part of the entire treatment program.


Treatment Centers in Lawton


Some of the rehab facilities in Lawton that you may want to consider are:


  • Montevista Rehabilitation and Skilled Care
  • Roadback
  • MMG Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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