As each individual's experience may vary, it is impossible to pinpoint an exact rate for rehab success rate. Nonetheless, many factors have been shown to increase its probability. These include facilities' staff-to-patient ratio and ability to meet both mental and physical health needs as well as patient participation in treatment plans - numerous studies demonstrate that highly motivated and engaged in recovery achieve higher success rates than others.
One factor influencing rehab success rates is an individual's ability to manage post-rehab stress levels effectively. If an individual struggles with high levels of stress following completion of treatment, their chances of relapsing increase due to various reasons - from not having access to tools and support systems necessary for dealing with stress management to not receiving enough therapy sessions or using opioid addiction treatments like buprenorphine, methadone or naltrexone medications to treat opioid dependency.
Rehab can be an invaluable asset to help addicts overcome substance use disorder. Relapse may occur; this doesn't indicate failure but simply another step along their path of healing.