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Defenders Of The Accused
Matthew Radefeld & Dan Juengel

Finding an addiction treatment program that meets your needs

| Sep 15, 2018 | Drug Crimes |

Whether you have been convicted of a drug crime and are currently awaiting a trial or whether you are behind bars as you pay for the consequences of your decisions, one of the best things you can do to overcome your past is to get professional help. At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld Attorneys at Law, we have helped many people in Missouri to work through the process of dealing with drug crimes and offenses. 

With such an incredible array of addiction treatment programs to consider, you may find yourself questioning if there is a certain approach that will work most appropriately with your lifestyle and current situation. Being aware of your options and researching programs to find one that feels like the best fit is important as you facilitate your healing. According to helpguide.org, one of the first things you should remember is that recovery from drug addiction does not look the same for everyone. That being said, you must acknowledge the fact that you desire to change and are willing to change. From here, you have to maintain a strong commitment to overcoming your unhealthy habits and replacing them with positive feelings of empowerment and self-control. 

Some of the options you may consider include outpatient treatment facilities, a sober living environment, residential treatment or even partial hospitalization if you are unsure of your stability and mental health. When looking for an addiction recovery program, keep in mind that the program you choose should focus on the root cause of your addiction rather than the addiction itself. 

When you maintain an open mind and take your time in finding a program that caters to your needs, you can be better prepared to take control of your health and success. For more information if you have been charged with a drug-related crime, visit our web page.