Treatment for marijuana addiction includes marijuana detox, rehab, and long-term behavior changes. In detox, the patient is monitored by a team of professionals, which is the safest and most effective way to help the patient get through withdrawal from marijuana. Because THC, the active chemical in marijuana, remains in the body for months after use, the staff will also watch the patient for signs of anxiety and depression, which are a common withdrawal symptom.
After detox, the recovering addict will begin a rehabilitation program. The program will prepare the addict to live an addiction-free life after being discharged. Individual and group counseling sessions are designed to help the addict take responsibility for maintaining their sobriety after they leave. The staff will also teach them how to build a long-term foundation for sobriety using resources that are available in the community.
We encourage you to call eDrug Rehab today. Before the treatment process can begin, an addict must first accept help. eDrug Rehab can arrange direct admission to a detox and rehab facility or set up a marijuana intervention for your friend, co-worker or loved one. Call us at the number at the top of this page or visit the “contact us” page to speak with one of our experts today.
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