Involuntary drug rehab may be possible in certain situations, such as court-ordered treatment for individuals who have committed drug-related crimes or who pose a threat to themselves or others. However, it is generally more effective for an individual to choose to seek treatment voluntarily and participate in the treatment process with a willingness to change. This can lead to a more positive outcome and a greater likelihood of long-term recovery. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide whether they want to pursue drug rehab and make the necessary changes in their life to achieve and maintain sobriety.