Drug rehab is short for drug rehabilitation and drug rehab refers to the treatment of a drug addiction. Drug rehab usually means a residential psychological treatment which teaches the former drug addict how to interact with others and live their life without the need for drugs. There are several forms of drug rehab treatment, with one of the most widespread being the 12 step rehab programme, but many variations on this exist along with alternative drug rehab programmes. Research has shown that residential drug rehab gives a better long term success rate than community or day based drug rehab treatment, although ongoing counselling is effective afterwards. Drug rehab programmes can be from about four weeks up to nine months in length. Most drug rehab programmes require the person to be drug free (except for tobacco) at the start of the programme unless a detox is included with the treatment.
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