Inpatient Rehab

Getting sober on your own could be dangerous during the initial detox. Inpatient programs offer the highest level of care that includes supervised detox, 24-hour support and evidence-based treatment.

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An inpatient drug/substance abuse rehab center is an effective way to get treatment for drug addiction if you can’t stop using on your own. Inpatient facilities provide the environment and structure needed to stay clean.

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What Is Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment?

Inpatient rehabilitation requires the individual to live at the treatment center full-time. This program provides a safe and supportive environment for those struggling with addiction.

Inpatient treatment offers benefits, such as:

  • 24/7 care and support
  • Structured program with therapeutic activities and interventions
  • A safe and drug-free environment
  • Opportunity to build lasting relationships with peers in recovery
  • Ongoing medical supervision and individualized treatment
  • Access to a variety of treatment options, including individual therapy, group therapy, medication management
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety or depression
  • Close monitoring of progress during the detox process to ensure safety and comfort.

For those who struggle with substance abuse, removing themselves from the environment they have been using is the only way to get better.

Why Seek Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Addiction?

A person addicted to drugs or alcohol becomes dependent on the substance, which means they will go through withdrawal if they suddenly stop using it. 

Withdrawal can be incredibly uncomfortable and even dangerous, which is why it’s crucial to seek professional help when trying to overcome addiction.

Do I Need Inpatient Rehab?

Have you been using drugs for over six months? Do you ever find yourself unable to stop or control your drug use? If so, you may need to seek help in an inpatient drug/substance abuse rehab center.

Inpatient rehab centers specialize in helping each person determine the underlying reasons they abuse substances and put a plan in place that can help them stop once and for all.

How Long Is Inpatient Rehab?

It typically takes about 90 days to complete inpatient rehab. Some people may need more than 90 days of treatment, while some require less. 

The length of treatment varies depending on the severity of your drug addiction and how quickly you respond to treatment.

Benefits of an Inpatient Substance Abuse Rehab Center

The best candidates for inpatient rehab are those with long-term addiction or those who have tried outpatient rehab and failed. Inpatient rehab provides a safe and supportive environment where patients can focus on their recovery without the distractions of everyday life. Patients in inpatient rehab are more likely to remain sober after completing their rehab programs than those who attend outpatient rehab.

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