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Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers

Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab centers are good choices for those with moderate to severe substance abuse issues. This is especially true for those who have a long history of trying to maintain sobriety. Inpatient rehab centers, though one of the most expensive options, afford the rehab client a structured environment with 24 hour, 7 day a week care from medical staff, usually in a hospital setting. The inpatient rehab units in the hospitals have to meet rigorous medical standards in order to achieve licensing that residential treatment facilities or other rehab programs do not have to meet.

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Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehab Center

Rehab clients are generally treated in an inpatient setting for as little as 28 days or for as long as 12 months. Inpatient substance abuse rehab centers usually follow the medical model when treating clients. Supervised detox is usually the first step in treatment at the inpatient facilities, followed by other forms of structured treatments.

Some rehab clients have reported that entering an inpatient rehab facility is a relief from the normal, everyday pressures from family, friends and the workplace and a chance to singularly focus on the recovery issues. Others report that receiving much structure in the initial parts of the recovery process was very beneficial to long-term success.

Some of the services offered by inpatient addiction rehab centers may include thorough medical exams, psychological exams, psychiatric consultations, individual sessions with a doctor, individual counseling, group therapy, men's groups, women's groups, medication management, exercise and recreation, back-to-work planning, relapse prevention and sober living skills to name the more common options.


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Though most inpatient rehab facilities follow the medical model, some may also use a multidisciplinary approach and focus on other areas as well including the 12-step model, holistic approaches or recovery through a religious framework. The rehab facility will also likely treat other mental health and physical issues alongside of the substance abuse issues.

When seeking care for yourself or a loved one at an inpatient addiction center, find out if they are currently accepting new clients and what forms of insurance and payment plans they accept. Find out all of the available care options to see if the facility is good at matching individualized needs. Make sure that besides the inpatient treatment, that they also offer follow-up care so that you or a loved one can receive ongoing outpatient support, when the inpatient treatment has ended.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

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