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Drug and alcohol rehab is a level of inpatient care that occurs right after detox. The first step of entering an inpatient drug abuse rehab program is the assessment of your needs. This is the first step in determining your treatment plan that will lead to a successful outcome. Everything from medication management, treatment modalities, mental health services and specialty therapies are chosen based on your initial assessment and evaluation. How long you stay is also based on your personal needs. Our experienced staff use evidence-based treatment methods to treat the underlying causes of drug and alcohol abuse.
Every alcohol and drug inpatient rehab facility offers various types of support to ensure you are able to work toward your recovery safely and in a healthy way. Here are some of the programs a residential rehab center will have:
Part of entering an inpatient rehabilitation treatment program is the assessment of your needs. This is the first step in determining your treatment plan that leads to success. Everything from medication management to therapies is chosen based on your health, diagnosis, and dedication to your care. How long you stay is also based on your personal needs. Many operate on a 28-day cycle but adjusting the time frame may be important. Some people are not ready to leave within 28 days. Others may not have a place to go and need more time to secure safe housing.
Each patient participates in one-hour sessions with a compassionate and trained therapist. In these sessions, talk therapy helps process past traumas and life experiences that led to your substance abuse disorder. These sessions are a safe place to unload all your thoughts and emotions to allow you to heal. These sessions are anywhere from daily to once a week.
Group therapy is an integral part of the healing process. In these sessions, a licensed therapist or counselor leads the group in a discussion. It’s also the place to learn how to handle the world while staying clean and sober. Additionally, patients learn to undo unhealthy thinking that is ingrained in their thoughts. All this is done with a group of your peers with similar diagnoses and experiences. These groups will be daily and each patient is involved with more than one type of group therapy.
Many individuals come to our substance abuse treatment center needing to stabilize during withdrawal. Others also need medications to treat mental health disorders that are co-occurring. These are handled by in-house medical staff to ensure that the medications are efficient and appropriate. Adjustments are made accordingly and frequency varies for each patient.
Your stay is structured to provide you with plenty of treatment and personal time. Having a daily schedule and expectations for each patient has been a crucial aspect of successful rehabilitation. It also leads to a sense of security in knowing what will be happening throughout the day.
Choosing the right inpatient rehabilitation facility comes with benefits that will last you a lifetime. Our abuse treatment programs are designed to heal everything from the inside out, addressing not only medical and clinical concerns but also striving to make you feel comfortable and at home during your stay. While many people with a substance abuse disorder are successful with outpatient treatment, those who go to an inpatient facility and participate in all of the treatment programs are more likely to have a successful outcome. Here are the benefits you can expect to get with your inpatient stay:
Detoxification can be a scary and painful experience if it is done without a proper treatment provider supervising your detox. Some levels of substance abuse can be extremely dangerous to do alone. Detoxing in an inpatient facility is a much safer option if you have become physically dependent on drugs and or alcohol. At Magnified Health Systems, trained medical staff are available around the clock to attend to the patient and make them as comfortable as possible.
Human beings are meant to be social and supported by others. At the same time, substance abuse is misunderstood by the general public and is not always supportive. By opting for inpatient treatment, you receive support that you may not get elsewhere. You are with like-minded people who are combating the same issues as yourself. The staff is also empathetic because many of them are in recovery for their own substance abuse disorders.
For most patients, outpatient leaves them too tempted to use and abuse. Inpatient rehabilitation removes the individual from temptation and gives them a “clean slate” to start their recovery. Once a patient detoxes and has a clearer head, they can do better with their treatment.
The steps to receive help at an addiction treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse is straight forward and simple. The steps to the admissions process are listed below.
It is best to look into several centers to find the one that seems right for you. If you are caring for a loved one struggling with substance use disorder you can also speak with an admissions coordinator. The most important step is always picking up the phone to ask questions. The steps of the process are fairly simple. The first thing to do is take action by picking up the phone and speaking with an admissions counselor.
Once you’ve decided to learn more about our facility, an assessment is then conducted. This is where the staff learns more about the patient, their substance abuse preferences, and family history. An assessment can take about 30 to 45 minutes so it’s best to be in a comfortable place. Questions relating to mental health, home life, and work environment are also asked to understand what a normal day is like for the substance abuser.
This is where the staff learns more about the patient, their substance abuse preferences, and family history. An assessment can take a long time so it’s best to plan carefully around that process. This is your opportunity to tell your story, questions relating to mental health, home life, and work environment are all asked. This is where the determination will be made if the individual is a fit for treatment or if they would be better suited in a different type of program.
Next, the financial aspect is discussed. Insurance verification is an important part of the process so it is important you verify acceptance of your insurance beforehand. This is where we discuss your portion of the costs and the terms of payment. Every cost is listed upfront so that there are no surprises during treatment. Once the financial details are ironed out an agreement is made and the person is set up with an admissions date.
It is a good idea to start looking at facilities near you. A quick search for “rehab near me” and your city will get you started. If you live in an area with little to no options, you can expand it to your county, nearest metropolitan area, and even your state.
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Dr. Bickley graduated from U.C. Irvine with honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Golden Key International Honor Society, Cum Laude. He has been featured on national radio and print media. He is also a frequent lecturer at National Conferences. He holds an A.S. degree in Drug & Alcohol Studies, and two B.A. degrees in Criminology & Psychology, and masters and doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. He is a licensed California Drug & Alcohol Counselor Level II, a licensed Clinical Supervisor and is certified in treating Eating Disorders.
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