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Substance Abuse Stats for the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin  

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, which is located in Winnebago County has been struck hard by the drug abuse crisis that this country faces. Here are some alarming statistics:

  • From 2014-2018, Winnebago County saw 99 deaths due to opioid overdoses.
  • The problem has become bad enough including a 2017 all-time high of deaths due to overdose that a grant-funded panel has been convened to combat the problem.

Choosing Between an Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab

When deciding whether to receive 24-hour care in rehab a couple of factors must be considered. While some feel as though they cannot commit to an around the clock program because of family and work commitments, this is often the best way to see long-lasting results from rehab without relapse. A great compromise is to begin with Inpatient Rehab Care and after a time move on to Outpatient Rehab Care.

How Long Can Treatment at a Rehab Last?

The recommended time to spend in rehab is completely specific to the individual and their own personal recovery journey. There is a recommended minimum of ninety days for people to stay in rehab for a good outcome, but many people find they benefit from much longer courses of treatment.

What to Expect at Rehab

The best rehab programs are personalized to the individual, but there are some consistent treatments that are helpful across the board:

  • Therapy: Both group and individual therapy is utilized in order to achieve recovery. A patient’s work with their own care team is instrumental in determining their correct road to recovery while the peer support of group therapy is a large component of getting better.
  • Medications: Whether it is for the treatment of concurrent conditions, or to directly treat symptoms of addiction, medications are an important part of recovery.

When Would You Need to Go to Detox?

Detox is what allows the body to clean itself from the direct physical effects of substance abuse. This can be a dangerous recovery period, that sometimes requires specialized medical intervention and care. In order to have a successful recovery it is critical to have a detox that supports rehab. You may need detox if:

  • You have been unable to stop using a substance.
  • You think of the substance regularly while not using.
  • You show physical symptoms of withdrawal while not using.

How Long is Detox?

The amount of time one will need to spend in detox varies by individual and several factors will determine the exact length of time. Factors include:

  • Substance(s) used
  • Length of time of substance use
  • Individual’s metabolism
  • Individual’s weight

A person with a faster metabolism or a greater weight may need less time in rehab, but the substance use is also a major factor. Sometimes detox is as short as 3 days, but it can often extend to as long as a week, and even longer to 21-days.