I'm willing to do anything to help my daughter get sober but rehab is expensive, and I’m concerned that it won’t work. She's already in therapy and going to support groups so how will sending her to rehab be any different?
Wife17 I don't think there is a way to "guarantee" success from a rehab. It really is up to the person to apply what they have learned in treatment after they get out.
Olivia K If the therapy she is currently attending is not helping with the problem, then it's time for her to attend a higher level of care. The benefits of inpatient treatment are that she will be in a program every day. This consistent, sober environment is essential for battling addiction and establishing a strong foundation for her to build a sober life. While nothing is guaranteed, her chances are much better in inpatient treatment.