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RECO Intensive
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Residential Drug Treatment

What Is A Residential Treatment Program?

Residential substance abuse treatment, also known as inpatient rehab, is typically the second phase in recovery, following drug and alcohol detox. Inpatient programs require that patients live full-time at a drug and alcohol treatment center to receive 24/7 medical support and supervision. This level of care is recommended for those struggling with addiction and associated mental health disorders.

Generally, patients stay in a residential treatment program for around 30-60 days, but this may vary based on an individual’s unique needs. This drug addiction treatment program is essentially the start of your “rebirth.” The place where you can go to rest, reset, and begin the deep, digging work of finding yourself. The self that has been with you, even in the darkest and deepest midst of your addiction to drugs and alcohol.

It has merely been there waiting, waiting for you to begin the work to uncover it in a residential treatment program. Your time in a residential rehab center/program is meant to be a time of profound discovery and realization. Once your mental health symptoms are properly diagnosed, and you can understand the root of your addiction and/or mental health disorders, you can get the evidence-based treatments needed to begin the recovery process.

With the right attitude, your time in a residential treatment center/program can become your greatest asset as you begin to build the foundation of your new life. The goal of a residential treatment program is for you to come out with a clear picture of who you were, who you are, and who you want to become. With the tapestry of your life unfolding, you will be able to effectively make choices that reflect who this new person is and where this person wants to go.

You can make conscious plans with true intention based on your newfound sobriety to ensure its permanence. With a team of medical professionals guiding you through your stay in a residential treatment program, you will have the ability to use your time in a residential treatment center as a catalyst in your growth, expanding and developing who you are through your own actions and sober choices.

While in a residential rehab center/program, you will get the individualized attention you need to address and understand your addictive behaviors. One of the most significant benefits of partaking in a residential rehab center/program is receiving well-rounded care. A typical day in substance abuse treatment includes services such as individual, family, and group counseling. Treatment programs provide counseling in a distraction-free, safe and comfortable environment far from addictive substances. This distance typically helps patients gain a new perspective on their continued recovery. In addition, other services, such as holistic and experiential therapies, are often incorporated.

All of this self-discovery and digging will feel unnatural at times and uncomfortable. But while you have the time, you can begin to practice. Practice becoming the person you want to become. Practice being goal-oriented in the recovery process. Practice taking the right actions towards recovery. Practice instilling yourself with all of the qualities you want to cultivate. Practice doing the work to stay sober.

And one day. And the day will come. You will wake up, and it won’t be practice anymore. These things will become habits that now just have to be repeated until they are who you want to be in your recovery journey.

Coming out of inpatient care, you will be ready to take your addiction treatment, your recovery, and yourself one step closer to a brighter future. That is where partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), outpatient care (OP), and other forms of follow-up care comes in.

To learn more about residential and inpatient drug treatment, continue reading below.

Inpatient Treatment & Residential Drug Treatment Programs in Delray Beach, FL

An inpatient drug recovery solution, residential care provides clients with a fully immersive treatment plan. Clients reside on the campuses of the inpatient drug treatment facilities, receiving 24-hour professional care and emotional support. Their daily activities are facilitated and monitored by a staff of addiction professionals.

Residential rehab centers have the advantage of offering constant supervision by a treatment provider. Some people who struggle with drug addiction, such as alcohol abuse, are at risk of suffering severe withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings during their detox period, so it’s best for these patients to be under medical supervision during withdrawal in case of a medical emergency.

Following drug and alcohol detox, clients enter a residential treatment center/program in the early stages of their recovery. Focused on creating structure in the lives of those suffering from addiction, inpatient rehab clinical teams are invested in each aspect of a client’s care, in all forms of services offered.


Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs in Delray Beach

About Inpatient Treatment For Substance Abuse

While the therapeutic approach differs from program to program, many inpatient rehab facilities utilize cognitive behavioral (CBT) and dialectical behavior (DBT) techniques. Individuals in inpatient treatment will have the ability to talk during scheduled sessions on an as-needed basis. In a 12-step recovery model, experiential therapy guides the client in addressing past behaviors and negative situations while creating a positive framework for the future.

Though drug and alcohol addiction treatment length varies depending on the severity of an individual’s condition and how they are progressing in their addiction treatment, most patients in residential treatment stay around 30 to 60 days. As the client lives on-campus, they are encouraged to receive family visits on designated days and to interact and form connections with their peers. The inpatient rehab experience focuses wholly on recovery and caters to those who are not yet able to live independently or in a sober living residence.

Residential treatment is best suited for those whose addiction or alcoholism is very severe or for those who have a high rate of relapse. It is not uncommon for most clients seeking sobriety to start here. Offering safety and inclusivity, residential treatment programs ensure that clients are ready for the next step.

More About What To Expect In Drug Rehab

The above service is not part of the RECO Intensive addiction treatment programs. However, we recognize that it is necessary and vital to one’s long-term sobriety. If you or a loved one require services we do not offer, we would gladly refer you to one of our trusted affiliates for both substance abuse treatment and mental health disorder treatment.

While we do not technically offer residential treatment programs, we can offer patients most of these services as well as a similar residential setting in the form of our sober living housing, which helps patients to maintain abstinence by offering them a drug-free environment.

Many patients with substance use disorder do just as well in outpatient treatment programs as they do in residential treatment facilities, and depending on health insurance coverage and treatment costs, an outpatient treatment program may also be a more affordable option for drug addiction treatment.

Outpatient treatment programs typically share many features with residential programs regarding the treatment process. Each incoming drug or alcohol rehab center patient will first be assessed by the treatment team, who will develop an individualized treatment plan that will likely begin with addressing any co-occurring mental health conditions they may suffer from.

According to the National Institute on drug abuse, up to fifty percent of people with a substance abuse disorder also suffer from mental health disorders, with depression and anxiety disorders being particularly common co-occurring mental health problems. These co-occurring disorders may fuel substance addiction through self-medication, which is why proper mental health care is essential to addiction treatment.

The process of providing treatment services for substance use disorders and other mental health problems simultaneously is known as dual diagnosis treatment and can be provided in outpatient rehab or inpatient programs. Along with targeted therapy, this may involve the prescription of medication, so most treatment programs have a treatment provider on staff capable of rendering medical advice when it comes to psychiatry and overseeing any medications administered.

It is also common for a treatment center to utilize medication-assisted treatment to combat substance use disorder, which involves the prescription of addiction medicine that can reduce drug and alcohol cravings and make recovery a little more comfortable.

Group therapy is also an important part of substance abuse treatment in most treatment programs. These addiction treatment sessions may be modeled on twelve-step support groups, or they may be more focused on specific topics, such as relapse prevention. Somewhat similarly, family therapy, which invites family members into the treatment facility, can also be an important part of the process at a drug rehab center.

Whether inpatient treatment or outpatient rehab, treatment centers are set up to offer tools, resources, and therapies more effective than if you were to tackle drug abuse or mental health disorders on your own. While participating in residential treatment programs for drug use or mental health disorders, you will be given the tools and resources you need to overcome addiction for good. Through a combination of regular individual and group therapy sessions and other addiction treatment services, you will be better equipped to face your addiction head-on and strengthen your recovery.

Drug Addiction Treatment At Reco Intensive

When it comes to addiction recovery, Reco Intensive is one of the best outpatient rehab centers around for addiction treatment and associated mental health disorders. Along with the conventional treatment options discussed above, our treatment programs offer various holistic treatment options aimed at helping heal the “whole person.”

Our treatment centers are accredited by the Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration, the National Institute of Health, and various other organizations with expertise in drug rehab recovery programs.

To learn more about our treatment centers, including how we can work with your insurance provider/who we are in network with, and our services, feel free to call us anytime at 844.955.3042 or contact us online anytime here. It’s time to get back to a brighter future.

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