Inpatient Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment

Inpatient rehab offers clients intensive therapeutic services while they reside in our center, typically 30 days or longer. Following the detox phase of treatment, clients continued to be medically monitored around-the-clock while participating in structured programs such as behavioral therapy, individual and group therapy, counseling, treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions, and holistic practices such as meditation.

Benefits of Inpatient Treatment

Residential care offers clients a secure environment where they can engage in therapeutic recovery solutions, free of interruption from stressful outside influences that are likely to trigger a relapse.

The therapies and counseling we offer help clients develop effective, healthy coping skills and provide insight into their addiction, as well as the factors that contribute to it such as mental illness, family dysfunction, and childhood trauma.

In short, inpatient rehab prepares clients for their return to daily life by giving them the tools they need to successfully regain their lives and maintain long-term sobriety.

Features include:

  • Comprehensive assessment and treatment planning
  • 24-hour medical supervision
  • Medication management
  • Psychiatric services
  • Counseling
  • Community meetings
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Holistic approaches such as art and music therapy
  • Aftercare planning, including referrals to outpatient services and sober living options

Is Inpatient Rehab Right For You?

Residential treatment is perfect for anyone who suffers from a serious addiction and/or co-occurring mental health issues and needs long-term, comprehensive addiction treatment.

Those who require more flexibility due to school, work, or home responsibilities may opt for our intensive outpatient patient (IOP) services. IOP is a program that requires clients to attend sessions several times per week but allows them to live independently in a private residence or sober living home.

If you or someone you know suffers from alcohol or drug addiction, please contact us as soon as possible for a free consultation.