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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient Rehab/Residential Treatment Facility

Recovering from a drug addiction can be an extremely challenging task. Even though some patients are able to recover on their own, most of them require extensive treatment which is offered after a successful completion of detoxification program. The type of treatment offered to the patient depends upon his physical and mental needs. Some patients are presented to us with very poor physical and mental health and in such cases, intensive medical care is provided to the patient which is termed as inpatient rehabilitation or residential treatment facility.

It is the most intensive type of treatment program offered by Addiction Rehab Centers. However, it is different from traditional inpatient rehab offered in different centers. Out inpatient treatment facility is aided by medication assisted treatment which not only increases the chances of recovery but also decreases the chances of a relapse. Although some patients are able to recover without a treatment program, it is not recommended to go through detox and treatment at home, because:

  • Chances of a relapse increase a great deal
  • Home detox and treatment can be extremely dangerous because of the withdrawal symptoms associated

This is why it is highly recommended to seek professional help during the process of recovery. Addiction Rehab Centers offer highest level of professional care to ensure a successful recovery that would last. We not only offer constant supervision in a controlled environment, but also thorough physical and emotional support accompanied by the use of medications.

The fact is, the treatment of addiction is much more than simply quitting the drug. It is important to treat underlying psychological reasons of addiction to ensure a recovery that would last. This is why most of the patients who try to get sober on their own end up relapsing.

Recovery can be a painful process but it is important to go through it. In case of home treatment, most of the patients relapse because they are not able to endure the painful withdrawal symptoms. At Addiction Rehab Centers, the use of medications makes the process much easier. Medication assisted treatment helps to:

  • Decrease cravings for the drug
  • Make withdrawal symptoms less painful
  • Induce adverse reaction in case of drug intake

Thus, it increases the chances of recovery by making the process less painful.

What is inpatient rehab facility?

Inpatient rehab is a treatment facility offered by Addiction Rehab Centers which provides residential treatment to the addicts. The duration for which the patient has to live in may vary depending upon the physical and mental health of the patients. Poor physical health and occurrence of co-occurring conditions usually extends the duration of stay. The average duration for which the patient has to live in is 30 days, however, it can be extended for up to 60 to 90 days depending upon the progress made by the patient.

 

Therapy, counselling and use of medications is a part of inpatient rehab that makes the process of recovery easier. At Addiction Rehab Centers; individual, group and family therapies are commonly employed. The use of these therapies helps the patient move back to a healthy life. Family therapy allows the involvement of the family of the addict in the process of treatment. It helps the family understand the condition of the addict in a better way. It also helps rebuilt the broken bridges due to the addiction and the behavior prompted by it.

What are the benefits of inpatient treatment program?

In some cases, the recovery while staying at home is not possible. There are greater chances of coming across a trigger which eventually results into a relapse. Inpatient treatment program allows the patients to live in a different and healthy environment away from the drug. A change in environment and daily routine sometimes proves to be crucial in the process of recovery.

 

Some other facilities offered by Addiction Rehab Centers during inpatient rehab include:

  • Assessment of the condition of the patient
  • Development of a treatment program accordingly
  • Round the clock supervision by professionally trained staff
  • Medication assisted treatment
  • Ongoing therapy and counselling
  • Constant evaluation of the condition of the patient
  • Equipping patient with coping mechanisms
  • Individual therapy with contributes towards the stability of the patient
  • Group therapy which allows interaction with other patients
  • Family therapy that promotes emotional understanding between the patient and his family
  • Alternative therapy such as acupuncture and yoga
  • Healthy activities such as exercise
  • Development of healthy eating habits
  • Aftercare programs

During the group and individual therapy, a number of different topics are discussed with the patients including their triggers, coping mechanisms, substance abuse, past traumas, self-esteem issues, personal relationships and more.

Inpatient treatment provides a safe, healthy environment to the patient so he can focus on his recovery. The patient is not exposed to the drug and triggers anymore so the abstinence is relatively easy. Medical professionals are readily available to treat any complications arising during the course of recovery.