Maybe you have finally decided that you want to kick the habit that has been ruling your life for far too long. If so, that is great. You want to get out of the old life style, and get into one where some junk is off somewhere else, and not in your face (or in your body), and where the decisions that you make are based on what you really want, and not just on what feels pretty good at the moment. But the process that starts in a rehab setting and consists of a lot of withdrawal pains does not end there. The real process that you are going to have to go through is far more difficult, and far scarier, than any of the physical pains could ever be.
Unfortunately, not every rehabilitation center really considers the fact that in order to treat the real problem, you have got to look beyond the addiction itself. Fortunately, as websites like TheCyn.com can tell you, the addiction is merely a mask that is worn by the underlying cause. This cause is only treated by places such as this, where they counsel you about what is really wrong underneath the surface. There is not an alcoholic or an addict out there who does not have an issue that goes far deeper than just using their stuff of choice.
A good rehabilitation center will seek to understand what your real problem is, and then work to equip you with the tools that you are going to need, in order to really overcome those issues. A good primer on that is the twelve step program that Alcoholics Anonymous uses, in which you make the slow journey from merely admitting to your problem, through working on the problems that underlie it, all the way through genuinely helping others to overcome their own problems. Whether you believe in the religious overtones or not, beating the real problem works.