Choosing the Best Rehab Program for You
Sometimes it can be difficult choosing the best rehabilitation option in the face of addiction because there are a number of programs you may have never heard before.
Not knowing the pros and cons will put you at a disadvantage when choosing inpatient drug rehab centers vs outpatient treatment for yourself or a loved one.
We’re going to get into the specifics of inpatient vs outpatient rehabilitation to answer your questions about each modality of treatments.
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Addiction Recovery Now offers all latest luxurious amenities. We were given all possible services to make us feel comfortable. The staff is friendly and aimed to make us confident about sobriety. I had a very smooth transition from the inpatient program to outpatient program and my co-occurring symptoms were managed according to my individual needs.
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“My friends and relatives were in a difficult spot to see me suffering every single time they met me. The addiction to drugs had made me a weak person, but ARN was the place which understood my fears and troubles. The psychologists and counsellors very well brought out that fear from my mind, and gave me the gift to be open and free.”
What Are Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers?
Inpatient rehab, sometimes referred to as residential rehab, is long term treatment for people in recovery. Those who check into inpatient rehabilitation are expected to stay in their treatment center from 30-90 days after undergoing detoxification.
During rehab, people in recovery will undergo extensive therapy to get beneath the belly of addiction and address the problems that lie underneath, learn critical life skills to survive in the real world (resume building, hygiene, cooking, etc.), participate in group therapy sessions, develop aftercare plans for eventual graduation, and learn to live without their substance of choice by changing their behaviors and thought patterns with cognitive behavioral therapy.
Inpatient rehabilitation is recommended for those who have suffered from long-term addiction or those who are not able to yet be on their own without the fear of relapse — which is often deadly.
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