Inpatient Treatment Centers
Everyone’s medical and psychological needs are different. The rule of thumb when calculating how long someone may be in rehab would be to look at how long that individual has suffered from addiction and dependency. Prolonged or intense drug use will correlate to a longer treatment cycle that requires, more often than not, an inpatient program.
Inpatient programs are highly effective because the patient is able to receive both a medically supervised detoxification from drugs or alcohol and a comprehensive, therapeutic treatment program which will address the pain and problems that contributed to their addiction.For Rehab Detox Treatment, our board gathered together a team of addiction specialists that includes board-certified MDs, licensed nurses, cognitive and behavioral psychiatrists and addiction treatment counselors—all of whom have years of specialized addiction treatment behind them. Our staff works with all patients at their intake assessment to design a detoxification modality appropriate for their drug type and length of addiction, as well as, an initial assumption for treatment therapies.
Throughout the detoxification process, doctors and nurses will provide oversight. They will manage your care and help you alleviate the stress and symptoms of the withdrawal and detoxification process. It may be necessary to use pharmacological intervention, and that is yet another reason why even if a patient cannot be admitted into the inpatient program, they should look at partial hospitalization. Having the ability for immediate medical intervention makes the detoxification process safer and less fearful. Additionally, those who experience detoxification in a medical environment are less likely to relapse than those who attempt “cold turkey” at home.
Designing Treatment Protocols
Before and after detox, your intake team will work with you to design a drug treatment recovery plan that you can both accept and feel comfortable working within. Your commitment and buy-in to the process helps you to feel empowered again and provides you with the safety of know that not only are you in charge of your recovery but that you have admitted yourself into an environment of compassion and respect.
Inpatient detox is just the first step of the recovery process, albeit a major one. Drug addicts, and especially alcoholics, who stop after detoxification, tend to relapse quickly. They will continue on the psychological path that led to abuse and will usually relapse before a year is out. Those who continue on with cognitive and behavioral therapies have a greater chance for sustained recovery.
Our primary mission with our inpatient program is to equip our clients with the tools they require to sustain their sobriety and recovery outside of rehab. To do this we utilize the most effective treatment modalities that have worked at our other facilities in the past, as well as, new methodologies that come out of other successful treatment venues. All of our staff is compelled to attend workshops and training so that they are constantly updating their methodologies with a strong evidence-based approach. We are committed to helping addicts and alcoholics have a lifetime of sobriety and to this end we employ a “best idea wins” strategy.
Our treatment facility has been designed as a campus with each building designated for a particular activity. We have a medical facility for detoxification and other medical crisis’s that may develop, a dining hall, an area for sports and fitness, as well as, as dormitory for our patients. Our Serenity Center is the focal point of the facility and a place where patients may go to attend yoga classes, group counseling, and individual therapy sessions in a holistic and tranquil environment.
A Place to Heal
Part of the recovery process is healing old wounds and rebuilding bonds that may have been either strained or broken by addiction. Towards this end we have established family programs to help rebuild relationships by explaining to family and loved ones the disease of addiction and the recovery process. By helping others to understand the nature of the addiction cycle, they may feel some sense of closure and peace, as well. Too often when someone becomes ill from any disease blame is assessed. We help to resolve these feelings and work to rebuild family ties.
By going through the process of detoxification and addiction treatment therapy you will bring about profound and positive changes within your personal experience and life. Strengthening your physical and mental health will propel you down the path of recovery with positive momentum.