When you are looking for drug and alcohol recovery near your community, we can help you find the resources you need. The Central Indiana Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Center utilizes evidence-based practices in the treatment of substance use disorders. Here is a list of some of the practices used:
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
People struggling with substance use disorders often experience strong cravings to use even after completing a detox program. These cravings can increase the risk of relapse and interfere with treatment. There are several medications that can be used to help people dramatically improve their success and lead to better overall treatment outcomes.
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Motivational Interviewing can help people increase their internal motivation to make the changes they want in life. It is normal for people to be ambivalent regarding change and MI can help people get off the fence and take action.
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy can help people get clear about who and what is important to them in life. This clarity can help people take action toward living out their core values and improving their relationships. ACT also helps people learn new ways to deal with unwanted cravings, emotions and/or thoughts.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help people learn the connection between their thoughts and their actions. CBT provides strategies for people to better manage their unwanted thoughts to achieve the goals important to them in life.
Drug Trends & Statistics
Substance use disorder is a national public health crisis. Almost 1 in 10 Americans are addicted to drugs or alcohol. Cocaine, opioid pain relievers and marijuana are the three most common drugs that cause addiction. The prevalence of alcohol abuse is significant as two-thirds of those with a substance use disorder also abuse alcohol. For more statistics on substance use disorder and addiction, the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) provides the updated data on drug use trends and statistics in the United States. To see the current data, please click here.