Often referred to as a rehab or inpatient care, residential treatment centers provide a structured, safe and secure environment for the treatment for addiction and mental health disorders. These centers have a much higher success rate at getting someone clean and sober than an outpatient facility. At an inpatient facility, the patient will remain on campus for the duration of the treatment. Depending on the patient, that usually tends to be 2 to 8 weeks. During this time, the patient will receive structured care, supervision and education to help them get clean and sober without interference or distractions form the outside world. They will leave the facility with all the tools they need along with an aftercare plan to help them remain clean and sober.
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Residential Treatment Programs
If you’re serious about changing your life and getting into recovery, an inpatient program is undoubtedly the best way to go. Time to get serious, do it right, and live the life you’ve been dreaming about.
About Residential Programs
Most centers apply a multidisciplinary approach to addiction and mental health recovery that usually begins with a comprehensive evaluation that assesses the emotional, behavioral, medical, social, and educational needs of the patient. Following this evaluation, the facility will assist in detoxification and assistance through withdrawal symptoms should there be any. After detoxification, the patients will begin a myriad of individual and group counseling, along with other structured activities depending on the treatment center. Each facility is different, but examples of the activity options available would be:
- Nutritional Counseling
- Equine Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Access to a Gym
- Vocational Training
- Social Skills Training
- Educational Services
- 12 Step Programs
- Relapse Prevention Support
- Aftercare Services
Supervised Medical Care
The final advantage to inpatient treatment facilities is the availability of medical staff on center grounds. Sometimes when a person comes off of drugs after using them for long periods of time, the withdrawal symptoms can be painful and/or scary, and it’s better to have a trained professional nearby as opposed to being out in the world on their own, where they are likely to seek out their desired substance to help relieve the withdrawal symptoms. To get started today, call us at (866) 347-8319
With all the options available when choosing your inpatient recovery facility, it’s nice to know you have someone on your side, making sure the facility we connect you with is licensed and reputable. There are a lot of choices out there for rehabs, and not all of them have the facilities needed for a healthy recovery, while others may be just downright dangerous. Call us today, and we’ll make sure you get connected to the right facility for you.
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Private Insurance is now required by law to cover rehabilitation and mental health treatment options. Recovery is now more accessible than it ever has been before. If you are unsure if your insurance covers you, click below to find out more information about insurance coverage, or call us today for free assistance and get started with your new life as soon as possible.