Inpatient Drug Rehab
Getting sober on your own is not only dangerous during the initial detox, it is also more likely to result in a relapse later on. Addiction treatment centers provide a monitored environment where you will get the medical attention you need, as well as the emotional support to overcome drug or alcohol abuse. There are several options for inpatient addiction treatment. Rehab facilities differ by location, therapies offered, staff experience and expertise, amenities, and more.
Inpatient programs offer the highest level of treatment care, with medically supervised detoxification and around-the-clock care and support.
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What Is An Inpatient Rehab Program?
Inpatient rehab is a residential treatment center where patients reside for various lengths depending on their program. The average stay is 30 days, but most addiction treatment facilities offer longer programs (60 days, 90 days, or even longer). The length of treatment depends on several factors, including the severity of the addiction, the existence of any co-occurring mental health conditions, and whether the person has been through rehab before.
Most inpatient centers offer family programs, where members of the patient’s family participate in family counseling and activities. This provides the opportunity to regain trust and identify dysfunctional relationships or dynamics that could trigger a relapse. Families can help encourage and support their loved one by being actively involved in their recovery.
Each inpatient residential facility provides its own unique accommodations. Some are basic, with shared rooms, cafeteria-style meals, and recreational activities like pool and ping-pong. Others may offer private luxury suites with gourmet meals and a host of amenities, like a pool, spa, and gym.
How To Choose An Inpatient Treatment Center
Because every person who needs addiction treatment is different, there are also a variety of differences among treatment programs. It is important to ask the right questions to find the treatment program that is right for you.
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Questions you should ask when choosing a rehab:
What types of addiction does the program treat?
It’s important to find a center that has experience treating your specific addiction and any co-occurring disorders. Every substance has different physical and psychological effects, so make sure to ask about the treatment center’s familiarity with treating your specific situation.
What types of therapy are offered?
Most rehabs offer group and individual counseling. Beyond that, there are many different types of traditional and nontraditional therapies. Maybe family therapy is important to you, or holistic therapies, such as yoga, art, music, or equine therapy. Learn about all the options and find a rehab that offers what you’re looking for.
What kind of aftercare and sober living options do they offer?
Many treatment centers provide guidance and planning for after you leave the inpatient stay. A guided aftercare program is essential to maintaining sobriety. Find out if your rehab of choice has an aftercare program or can help you find one.
What credentials and licensing does the facility have?
Because you want access to skilled professionals, find out the accreditation of the clinical staff and the facility itself. This is important, as sub-standard facilities can not only fail to help you but do so at a high financial cost.
What peer group programs are offered?
Many rehabs adhere to the 12-step program — Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. Others provide alternative options, such as the SMART recovery program. Some even provide the option to undergo a 12-step program or an alternative within the same rehab.
What are my payment options?
If insured, finding out if a treatment center accepts your insurance is the first step to coming up with a plan to pay for treatment. If uninsured, ask if the treatment center offers scholarships or in-house financing options. Posing these kinds of questions will help narrow your options down and make the process of getting treatment less stressful.
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Advantages Of Inpatient Rehab
For those struggling with a severe substance use disorder (SUD), or addiction, inpatient rehab has the highest rates of long-term success. Inpatient treatment programs provide an environment with 24-hour care and thorough planning for the best ways to avoid relapse in the future.
Treatment was the best thing that ever happened to me and truly did help save my life. I had a counselor who was tough and believed in me, but made me work hard to try to get better and stay that way.
Common Questions About Rehab
Benefits of choosing an inpatient rehab center include:
- Being in a safe, comfortable, and highly organized environment
- Freedom from outside triggers, distractions, or negative influences that may fuel substance abuse
- Having medical professionals present to ensure health and safety during detox and throughout treatment
- Being surrounded by a support system of fellow patients and counselors that provide encouragement throughout the treatment process
Get The Help You Deserve
It’s important to know that you are not alone in your fight for sobriety. Choosing to go to an inpatient treatment center is the first step toward regaining your life and living on your own terms. If you or someone you love is ready to check into an inpatient rehab center, contact a treatment provider today.
Jeffrey Juergens earned his Bachelor’s and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. Jeffrey’s desire to help others led him to focus on economic and social development and policy making. After graduation, he decided to pursue his passion of writing and editing. Jeffrey’s mission is to educate and inform the public on addiction issues and help those in need of treatment find the best option for them.
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Reviewed by Certified Addiction Professional:
David embarked on his journey into sobriety in June of 2005, which led him to his current career path as a Certified Professional Addiction Recovery Coach in private practice in Greater Nashville. David is also a public speaker and the author of two books. David is cohost of the weekly Positive Sobriety Podcast, as well as being a frequent contributor to various articles and recovery based materials. As a member of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC), David works closely with area treatment centers, recovery orientated nonprofit organizations, as well as being a keynote speaker for various recovery-focused events.
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Reviewed by Doctor of Addiction Medicine:
Dr. Ashish Bhatt, MD
Throughout his career, Dr. Bhatt has been a leader in substance abuse treatment programs, including administrative and medical directorship positions for inpatient and outpatient programs, detox units, and inpatient residential dual-diagnosis facilities. He is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, a Certified Medical Review Officer, and is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. He has served as the Chief Medical Officer for regional and national behavioral health companies and worked to develop public and private substance abuse and dual diagnosis facilities.
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