Inpatient Treatment

The main characteristic of inpatient addiction treatment is the person is required to check into the facility and remain there for the entire length of the program. The treatment program can last as long as 90 days or be a short as 28 days, depending on the patient's specific needs and preferences. Typically, the patient goes through the detoxification process for the first part of the program and then participates in counseling or therapy afterwards.

Inpatient treatment is the preferred option for those looking to get away from their current temptations and focus completely on sobriety with no distractions. Inpatient, or residential, treatment offers a number of benefits.

Features of Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient drug rehab offers 24-hour-a-day care that allows you to focus solely on recovering from your addiction and your newfound sobriety. Inpatient treatment often includes at least:

  • Supervised detoxification.
  • Administration of medication, if appropriate.
  • Group and individual therapy.

Programs vary and may include a number of other features ranging from family therapy and life skills training to yoga and meditation. To learn more about inpatient programs and to find the one that will help you return to a healthy and happy life, call 561-401-3638

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We at Addiction Recovery Referrals know that it is very difficult to help a loved one with an addiction when he or she does not want help. Our staff is here to guide you through the difficult maze of recovery choices. These initial decisions are critical to your loved ones recovery as well as your family’s.

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