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Inpatient Addiction

Inpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment at Dignity Healing merges superior psychiatric and medical care in a residential rehab facility. After completing medical detox, the transition into an inpatient treatment center is critical to a successful recovery. An inpatient drug and alcohol rehab’s supportive environment, which offers clinical and emotional support, allows a person to continue from detox to the next phase of their sobriety.

The significant components associated with inpatient substance abuse treatment comprise:

1. Withdrawal Management

2. Medical Treatment

3. Therapy (Individual, Group, and Family)

4. Recreational Activities

An individual will remain at the treatment facility for the entire recovery program’s entire duration, typically 30-45 days in length. During this time, a person will be monitored and treated for their physical and emotional needs. While everyone’s addiction experience is different, clinical evidence shows that inpatient rehab is one of the most effective types of care for most alcohol and drug addictions.

From learning how to manage cravings and develop healthy coping skills to managing the risk of relapse, a residential rehab facility focuses on the individual. Without the stressors of day to day responsibilities at home, such as work or school, a person can transition from rehab to treatment to discovering life as a substance-free recovering person.

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Benefits of Inpatient Treatment

The intensive approach of inpatient treatment is ideal for those seeking help with a drug and alcohol addiction. With 24-hour care, there is an increased chance of success and a decreased chance of a relapse. The ability to get rid of distractions and outside influences offers an individual the opportunity to thrive in the inpatient facility. While it may be overwhelming at times, most find that the full-time commitment inherent with inpatient treatment is paramount on their path to sobriety.

Most inpatient treatment centers focus on substance abuse as well as co-occurring mental health conditions. The length of stay at the facility will depend upon many factors, as a customized approach is essential to address each person’s needs.

The following are some primary benefits linked to inpatient treatment:

  • Medical treatment to address detox challenges as well as continuing medical support
  • Implementing healthy daily habits with nutritional guidance from healthcare professionals
  • A structured environment that establishes a productive daily routine
  • Relationships are built with others living a substance-free life
  • Group therapy fosters a sense of community and companionship critical to continued recovery

Addiction affects both brain function and behavior; it is a multifaceted and treatable disease. Inpatient treatment allows a person to focus all of their efforts on fighting addiction from a medical, emotional, and practical perspective. While there is no single solution to treating addiction, inpatient treatment lays the foundation for the best chance of success.

How to Choose an Inpatient Treatment Center

There are a lot of factors in play when looking for an inpatient treatment center. Whether it is looking for substance and alcohol abuse treatment for oneself or a loved one, there are some important questions to ask and considerations to take into account. From credentials to location and from amenities to the treatment approach, these are extremely important aspects to think about before choosing the right treatment facility:

While researching addiction inpatient treatment options, ask the following questions:

1. Are the accommodations high-end and comfortable?

2. Is the support staff properly trained and friendly?

3. Does the facility have a rehab accreditation?

4. What active licenses are held by the staff members?

5. Is the facility in a location that makes sense for you?

6. Is treatment offered for co-occurring disorders?

7. Does treatment address particular drugs or all drugs in general?

8. Does the facility offer guidance in the transition to outpatient care? Do they offer outpatient programs?

9. What does a typical day look like at the facility?

10. Do medical and psychiatric services provide medication to patients?

Finding an inpatient/residential treatment program is the first step on a recovery journey. First and foremost, one must be ready and willing to treat their drug or alcohol addiction. Once this commitment is established, the real work begins. Choosing the right residential addiction treatment facility can help a person develop sober, healthy habits that last a lifetime.

At Dignity Healing, we pride ourselves on offering a luxurious, individualized approach to drug and alcohol abuse treatment. Our inpatient rehab facility is exceptionally high-end, ensuring that our patients are comfortable as they battle their addiction in pursuit of changing their lives.

Are you or a loved one ready to make a change? Our professional staff is here to answer all of your questions. Call (844) 978-1524