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Finding Addiction Treatment in Stealth Mode

Mar 10, 2020

One of the more significant barriers to addiction treatment for community leaders, business leaders, and other influential professionals is a perceived threat to their personal reputation and professional standing. Ensuring confidentiality when receiving treatment for substance use disorders, addiction accompanied by trauma, or dual diagnosis of addiction and mental health disorders, and other diagnoses becomes a top priority for these individuals when considering treatment options. Today let’s look at ways anyone wanting confidential addiction help can find it.

Confidential addiction help is available for the treatment of addictions to alcohol, opioids, marijuana, and many other drugs. Treatment centers providing services in confidential locations recognize the need to protect the privacy of their high-profile clients, and federal privacy laws are in place to prohibit unlawful disclosure of a client’s identity and type of treatment. When looking for drug and alcohol addiction treatment, be aware not all residential rehabs offer the same level of confidential care for their clients and it’s recommended to research or inquire directly how confidentiality is created at a particular facility.

If you or a loved one need help, call our admissions team today at 561-270-1753.

If you’re in the research stage of treatment right now, you’re considering two main areas of interest. The first may be how to determine if a facility has the type of program aligned with your needs and the second is how to measure what kind of confidentiality each facility can provide. Below you’ll see some characteristics of top-tier addiction treatment centers designed with confidentiality in mind and an approach you can take before beginning treatment.

The culture of confidentiality begins before treatment.

The confidentiality of your addiction recovery is connected to each decision you make about where to seek treatment and who needs to be informed about your decision. Those decisions will involve some or all of the following:

  1. How will I communicate an absence to business associates?
  2. Who will handle my business affairs while I’m away?
  3. Who will handle my personal responsibilities while I’m away?
  4. What will my communication with others look like while I’m in treatment?

The need for confidentiality in treatment covers every addiction.

Whether you’re going to treatment for addiction to alcohol, benzos, cocaine, opioids, marijuana, or another drug, confidentiality is essential to allow you to fully focus on your recovery.

Addictions may include:

  • Alcoholism
  • Co-occurring disorders/dual-diagnoses
  • Opioid addiction
  • Heroin addiction
  • Benzodiazepine addiction
  • Meth addiction
  • Cocaine addiction
  • Painkiller addiction
  • Prescription drug addiction
  • Marijuana addiction
  • Other drug addictions
  • Addiction with trauma

Privacy laws protect your confidentiality in treatment.

Federal drug and alcohol confidentiality laws exist to protect the privacy of clients receiving treatment for substance use disorders, including their identity, diagnosis, and the kind of treatment received.

Privacy policies of treatment centers protect your confidentiality.

Reputable treatment centers have their own policies in place to further enhance your privacy in treatment while in the care of addiction specialists and peers.

Top-tier facilities provide personal suites for added confidentiality.

A private room to rest and relax in when not in clinical treatment sessions or enjoying the amenities at a top-tier treatment facility allows for ample personal time daily.

Flexibility in program schedules allows clients work time during recovery.

Limited work-related interface by a client gives them an opportunity to maintain a connection to their profession as part of their therapeutic work without having to leave the facility.

Confidentiality should be a fundamental part of choosing your addiction treatment. 

Any efforts to find suitable treatment for yourself or a loved one should include “confidentiality” as a mandatory element of a facility, from a mention on its website to an explanation by an admissions specialist during an inquiry by phone.

HeadWaters Headwaters is a well-known care provider offering a range of treatment programs targeting the recovery from substance use, mental health issues, and beyond. Our primary mission is to provide a clear path to a life of healing and restoration. We offer renowned clinical care for addiction and have the compassion and professional expertise to guide you toward lasting sobriety. For information on our programs, call us today: 561-270-1753.

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