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Bradford Health Services Montgomery AL 36117

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Montgomery Metro Treatment Center Montgomery AL 36117

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Addiction Treatment has become one of the most lucrative industries in recent years. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, addiction treatment is the fastest growing industry and one of the fastest growing industries in the US today. The medical field has also come to realize that alcoholism and drug use can be treated successfully, if the addict is committed to finding a cure. The addiction treatment market is estimated at a $35 billion market. For comparison, in 2020 it was just $20 billion, and it’s projected to surpass $42 billion in ten years. There are two types of addiction treatment: inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient treatment involves the addict having access to an addiction recovery professional who is permanently stationed in the individual’s home or office. Outpatient treatment involves the addict having access to addiction recovery professionals anywhere that is convenient for them and their homes. Both options have been successful and have worked very well with many patients. When choosing an addiction treatment, there are a number of things to consider. These include whether the addict is able to commit themselves completely to the treatment process. Some addicts will try out an inpatient rehab program to see if it would work for them before they choose to go to an outpatient rehab. The amount of time that the addict can spend in the program and what type of support system they will receive are also critical factors in their decision to go for addiction rehab. Lastly, the length of time that the addict is able to stay sober and sobering up and complete the program will affect the success rate of the program and make or break it for the patient.