Inpatient Rehab for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
It is not only dangerous to try get sober during detox, it also drastically increases your chances of relapse.
Inpatient addiction treatment comes in a variety of forms. Location, therapies offered, personnel, amenities, and other factors all affect the efficacy and experience of inpatient rehabs.
What is an Inpatient Rehab
The length of treatment is determined by a number of factors, including the severity of the addiction, the presence of any co-occurring mental health issues, and whether or not the individual has previously completed treatment.
How to Choose an Inpatient Treatment Facility
What types of addictions is the program designed to address
What kinds of therapies are available
What kind of sober living and aftercare options do they provide
What certifications and licenses does the facility offer
What support groups are available
Support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous that are based on the principles of the 12 step program are followed by many rehabs. Others, like the SMART recovery program, provide alternatives. Some rehabs even provide a 12-step program or an alternative within the same facility.
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The Benefits of Inpatient Rehab
- Being in a secure, pleasant, and well-organized setting
- Outside triggers, distractions, or negative influences that may feed substance misuse are removed
- Having medical personnel on hand to protect your health and safety during detox and therapy.
- Being surrounded by a network of fellow patients and counselors who offer support and encouragement throughout the therapy process.