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The initial process in rehabilitation is the primary care treatment. This phase is not enough to prevent relapse but it is the most important one because it is the first to be encountered after the patient makes the decision to seek help.

THE FIRST STEP ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY



The initial inpatient treatment for primary care lasts a minimum of 28 days. During this period patients are involved in an intense program that highlights the disease they are suffering from and provides therapy and counselling to teach them recovery skills they may need. Having this process take place in a new and neutral environment is imperative as it provides a refreshing area for them where they can be monitored so that they do not have the opportunity to relapse.

WHY CAN'T A PATIENT JUST COMPLETE PRIMARY CARE?



There are several steps in the rehabilitation process for a good reason; patients who only go through primary care have a recovery success rate of just 6%. With the addition of secondary and tertiary care the success rate increases drastically as the process is drawn out to cover as much time as the patient needs to be comfortable going back into the world, as opposed to being thrown back into the deep end and expected not to relapse.
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