College Students in Drug Rehab
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Drug Abuse and Rehab For College Students
College students in drug rehab have concerns regarding their health and academics. Students and academics are a unique population. College students addicted to drugs and alcohol are underserved in the continuum of care for substance abuse treatment. Seeking drug addiction treatment doesn’t mean giving up your goals. Drug Rehab does not mean you must give up achieving a higher education. Having goals and pursuing them can be esteem building when used in conjunction with support from our evidenced-based drug rehab. Finally, students have a place at the Lighthouse Recovery Institute. Thus, addicted students find the balance of the demands of seeking continued higher education with the challenges of early recovery. As a result, students have flexible scheduling and case management services.
From college-enrolled students to patients seeking to finish or further their education, we offer a dynamic program to support individuals at every stage of their education and career development.
Student Addiction Treatment Program
Case management is always available to assist patients with enrollment. Additionally, time management and financial aid services are available. Also vocational and life skills development, and accessing auxiliary education services such as tutoring are available. GED classes are available for students in addiction treatment. So transportation services for programming for educational services are an option.
Various therapeutic models employed to help patients manage stress and emotions as they work towards their long-term educational goals. In group and individual sessions, relapse prevention skills emphasize the pressures of a variety of educational environments. A big component of sobriety is gaining the freedom and ability to pursue goals, dreams, and fulfillment. Lighthouse Recovery Institute invests in patients and their success in their educational pursuits.