There are many different types of rehabilitation programs to choose from, and it can be bewildering trying to figure out which one is right for you. The main distinctions between the different types of rehabs available are the economic level they fall in. Some rehabs are paid for through government funding and do not have much of an operating budget. Some rehabs are for the average income earner, and they closely resemble the average income earner’s quality of life in their accommodations and the lifestyle they offer. And some rehabs are classified as luxury rehabs, maintaining a high operating budget and allowing clients to live in comfort and style. As a general rule, it is typically best if you choose a rehab for yourself that resembles the level at which you generally live.
Government funded rehabs are a good option for low income earners, but they can be a discouraging experience. They are typically overcrowded and do not provide clients much with personal space. Private rooms are seldom to never found in a government funded rehab. Because of overcrowding and limited resources, clients typically do not receive the personalized care that they need in order to overcome their addiction. Government funded rehabs are certainly better than no treatment at all, but they tend to see the highest relapse rates of any type of rehab.
Rehabilitation centers for the average income earner are privately funded and have a moderate operating budget. These types of treatment centers have a good success rate as clients receive some much needed personal attention while they attend. Because the operating budget is higher than that of a government funded rehab center, they can afford to properly staff their rehab and have the necessary treatment material on hand at all times.
And lastly, luxury rehab centers are the most desirable types of treatment centers. They give clients an intensive, thorough, therapeutic and comfortable treatment experience that promises a high rate of success. The operating budget of a luxury rehab center not only allows the clients to have access to the finer things, but it also affords the best counselors, social workers and treatment material that money can buy.