March 03, 2023 at 21:54
Boca Raton, Florida -
Find Addiction Rehabs (FAR), a company based in Boca Raton, FL, that provides information resources about addiction treatment facilities, has released another trio of articles that could help people who have found themselves violating the law because of their drinking or drug use. One article offers a guide to finding rehab after being ordered by a judge at a DUI court. The second article looks at what causes blackout drinking, its dangers, and how to avoid getting blackout drunk. The third article assuages concerns of those going to rehab that their rehab attendance record will be revealed in violation of confidentiality and privacy.
A spokesperson for Find Addiction Rehabs explains, “Court-ordered rehabilitation programs are a form of criminal justice intervention that requires criminal offenders to get treatment for a mental health or substance use disorder as a part of their sentence for an offense. While this form of rehabilitation is typically used as alternative sentencing for drug-related offenses, it may also be applied to cases of domestic violence, sex crimes, minor property crimes, and white-collar crime.”
The kinds of services offered as part of a court-ordered rehab program may vary from case to case but may include drug testing, counseling, and participation in self-help programs like Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous. Depending on the criminal conviction and the court order, the offender may be mandated to stay in a residential facility for inpatient treatment or take part in outpatient rehab treatment.
The second article is for those who need help for repeated drinking to the point of blacking out. Blackout drinking usually has serious consequences, such as a court ordered rehab, and has serious risks for both the drinker and the people around them. This article looks at ways to prevent blackouts, such as drinking plenty of water in between drinking alcoholic beverages and never drinking on an empty stomach. In addition, the best possible way to avoid blackout drinking is to get rid of the drinking problem. There are many alcohol addiction treatment programs to recover from alcohol abuse, including a medical detox program, inpatient or outpatient treatment, and behavioral therapies.
The third article allays the fears of those planning to go for rehab that their rehab attendance may become public information. It is important for people to know that there are several strict privacy laws that protect personal health information, including a person’s decision to attend a professional rehab program. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law for the privacy protection of patient health information, which essentially prevents the sharing of personal health information unless the patient has provided a written agreement. Personal health information includes any information that has been recorded in any medium, orally, electronically, or written. Some exceptions may be present with employee assistance program (EAP) procedures, so it may be a good idea to look at the confidentiality guidelines of one’s EAP rehab coverage.
Find Addiction Rehabs offers a website that serves as an important resource for people who are searching for drug and alcohol rehab facilities either for themselves or for their loved ones. This website publishes expert articles or guest blogs that contain important information on the different existing rehab programs in various places in the country and recent findings about addiction, addictive substances, and the most up-to-date rehab and treatment methodologies. The FAR website is not the typical directory listing or directory website that only presents a listing of drug and alcohol rehab treatment centers and their contact details. The Find Addictions Rehabs website provides all kinds of the available information regarding the different kinds of addiction, the addictive substances, the kinds of drugs that are the most frequently used, and the latest treatment techniques to assist people in recovering from their addiction.
They call on those who are planning to get themselves or their loved one admitted to a rehab facility to contact them on the phone for a confidential consultation and those looking for more information such as articles that answer concerns about whether rehab is kept off medical records can visit the Find Addiction Rehabs website and their social media pages.
For more information about Find Addiction Rehabs, contact the company here:
Find Addiction Rehabs
Find Addiction Rehabs
2499 Glades Rd
Boca Raton, FL 33431