Inpatient Treatment Centers
Recovering from an alcohol or drug addiction isn’t easy, and many people need additional support to manage their addiction, prevent relapse and maintain lasting sobriety. Depending on your substance use disorder’s seriousness, you may consider attending an inpatient treatment center that will help you quit your addictive behaviors with medical professionals’ support.
A first-time rehab experience can be frightening. Whether you want to quit an addiction or not, you may still be anxious or frightened about going to a rehab center because you don’t know what to expect. Knowing what happens in an inpatient treatment center can put your mind at ease. If you’re looking at an inpatient treatment center, there are various things you need to consider and questions you’ll need to ask before you make the right choice. Here are some things to expect in an inpatient treatment center so you can be as prepared for the experience.
What is an Inpatient Treatment Center?
Inpatient rehab is a type of addiction treatment where patients diagnosed with alcohol or other drug addiction live inside a rehabilitation facility 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Residential inpatient drug rehab programs typically include medical supervision detoxification for drugs and alcohol at highly supervised and structured care.
The addict may live alone in a specified room or board with a roommate, eat meals, and go to one-on-one or group therapy sessions several times a week. One significant benefit of an inpatient treatment center is that it places physical distance between patients and their potentially problematic home environments, which can help start the healing process. When they enter the fresh and new environment, they are disassociated from the everyday pressures of their lives, including their typical triggers to use drugs.
Pacific Sands Recovery Center provides detox and inpatient health care services for people experiencing withdrawal symptoms due to drug or alcohol abuse. Our customized approach towards each patient in our care offers tailored treatment plans that consider your unique needs by combining various substance abuse treatment therapies and techniques.
First Step: Detox for Drugs and Alcohol
Detox is always the first step in helping your brain and body heal from substance abuse, so they are ready for long-term treatment to overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Drug detox is primarily a time to eliminate all harmful toxins from the body of a drug abuser. During the detox for drugs and alcohol, a health care team will medically monitor you 24/7, so the medical staff can monitor your vital signs and determine when you are stable enough to begin your inpatient treatment program.
What to Expect in an Inpatient Treatment Center?
Following detox, you will move to your inpatient treatment center, where you will meet other people in treatment with similar experiences and participate in treatment options and activities. The experience you have in an inpatient treatment center relies upon the program a counselor sets up for you. Patients will typically stay at their facility full-time throughout inpatient treatment for 30-90 days. Some inpatient treatment centers offer short-term residential treatment programs, and other facilities have long-term sober living residential programs.
Our aftercare programs allow you to entirely remove yourself from triggers and temptations and focus exclusively on your recovery.
Inpatient programs may incorporate all or some of the following treatment options:
- Medical Care
- Dual Diagnosis
- 12-Step Program
- Drug Rehab
- Alcohol Rehab
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Support Groups
Men and Women
Advanced research shows that alcohol consumption affects women differently than men, and the consequences are often far worse. Keeping in mind what women face, our inpatient drug rehab programs are gender-specific, which means that we can only provide exclusive inpatient rehab for women.
Call us today. Pacific Sands Recovery Center offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs are based on medical science, evidence, and our extensive experience of what works best. Our recovery center is here to provide the medical attention and tools needed to achieve sober living.
Talk to our care coordinator today, and let us help you take the first step towards a new life.