(8876) Smoking Allowed in Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centers
When you or your loved one enters rehab to overcome drug or alcohol addiction, it can feel like you’re giving up everything. Although smoking cigarettes is incredibly unhealthy and not recommended, it can provide some relief in high-stress situations during addiction recovery.
Many people believe smoking also provides socialization opportunities that can lead to continued peer support during long-term recovery and deeper conversations that lead to bonding. If you are looking for a rehab that allows smoking, our experienced admissions representatives can help you find one in your area.
When Am I Allowed to Smoke Cigarettes in Rehab?
If you go to a rehab center that allows smoking, you’ll be able to smoke between treatment sessions or whenever you’re not in active therapy. Inpatient treatment centers may provide designated smoking areas, and outpatient treatment programs may provide breaks between sessions for smoking. These facilities will also provide designated outdoor spaces for smoking and socializing with peers in treatment.
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It's essential to remember that smoking is still highly addictive and dangerous, and every effort should be made to stop as soon as possible. If you need help finding the right rehab for you, including ones that allow smoking, our representatives are available to assist you. Contact us today so we can help guide you toward the appropriate treatment.