What Is An Addiction Inpatient Rehab?
For some, the battle against addiction is a short-termed one. However, for most people, it can be a years-long struggle. If you have tried community support, therapy, or outpatient treatments, you might have found it hard to stick to the new lifestyle. In some cases, that is because you are lacking the foundations of recovery.
Addiction inpatient rehab is a more structured way to address addiction and recovery. Here at the Peaks Recovery Centers, we combine innovative techniques, tailored programs, and the expertise of our medical staff to create inpatient rehab treatments that work. Find out what to expect from this type of addiction treatment below.
What Is Addiction Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab is a kind of addiction treatment that takes a holistic approach. Inpatient rehab treatments are structured to combine mental health support, medical help, and empowering activities.
For the duration of the program, the patient will live in gender-specific, modern facilities that are designed to support the process of detoxification and recovery. From large natural grounds to wellness activities, fitness classes, pristine communal areas, and peaceful entertainment, there is nothing an inpatient client will miss out on during their rehab program.
During the first stages of the inpatient rehab program, a patient will undergo a medically assisted detox – if needed. Then they will follow the 2-step Stabilization Model of Care to lay the foundations of a successful addiction-free life.
After the inpatient rehab program, patients will benefit from ongoing care, continued meetings and support, and community resources that will prevent a relapse.
Inpatient vs Outpatient Rehab
As we have seen, addiction inpatient rehab programs involve that the patient lives within our facilities for a certain period. During this time, disruptions are discouraged. Oppositely, outpatient rehab programs are composed of regular visits with the treatment provider while the patient continues to attend school, work, social events, and family life.
While addiction inpatient programs are more effective and can reduce the chances of a relapse, outpatient treatments come with fewer disruptions to your normal life and are generally more affordable.
What To Expect From Addiction Inpatient Rehab
Committing to an addiction inpatient rehab journey is one of the most important experiences of your life. So, it is important to understand what to expect before choosing this detoxification and recovery method.
24-Hour Supervised Care
At Peaks Recovery, our state-of-the-art facilities are fully medically staffed. During your inpatient rehab journey, you can benefit from a team of specialized nurses who are at your disposal 24/7. Part of the in-house medical team there are also full-time psychiatrists and master clinicians who are trained in delivering psychological, physical, and psychosocial treatments.
The environment plays a vital role in inpatient rehab programs. At the Peaks Recovery Centers, you will find a 12.5-acre campus-like structure with three residential licensed homes and over 5,000 square footage of grounds. Within our several dedicated areas, you can find natural and outdoor scenery that encourages activity and connection with nature. There are also common and private areas for each of our patients, which are designed to support healing, connection, and growth.
Dual Diagnosis and Therapy Sessions
Mental health and addiction are closely related, and it is often difficult to resolve one without addressing the other. Thanks to Dual Diagnosis, our specialists can find the connection between the two disorders and address them at the same time.
Depending on the addiction you suffer from and co-occurring mental health disorders, you might undergo several types of therapy during your inpatient rehab program. These include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- EMDR Trauma Therapy
- Somatic Experience (SE)
- Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT)
Within the inpatient rehab, there should be a variety of therapy modalities; psychological, physical, and psychosocial types.
Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
Undoubtedly 1-to-1 therapy sessions are the backbone of your recovery journey. However, rarely a case of addiction only impacts one person’s lifestyle. Usually, the patient’s family, colleagues, partners, and colleagues are just as affected. From the financial burden to the emotional trauma that addiction can create, the consequences of such a situation are many.
That is why during your time in our facilities, you will also follow family therapy sessions. During these meetings, your family will better understand the trauma you’ve gone through and the repercussions of this event on your lifestyle, emotional health, and physical capabilities.
You will also benefit from group therapy sessions, during which you will learn from the experience of others and be encouraged to share your story.
Most Importantly – Stabilization
Stabilization is the core foundation to a successful recovery. Withdrawal symptoms and Cravings are two states almost all individuals struggling with addiction experience. Both go hand in hand, and failure to nurture both stages of discomfort distracts the individual from doing the individualized work necessary to maintain a directional approach toward recovery
Caring Rehab Programs
At Peaks Recovery Centres, we provide tailored rehab programs designed to help each of our patients. Our gender-specific environment provides state-of-the-art residential housing in which you will spend 45 days and undergo our innovative inpatient rehab program. While inpatient rehab is costlier than outpatient programs, it can represent a definitive solution to your struggles.
Additionally, we make available several financial help and plan to make rehab an accessible option for everyone. Of course, each case is unique, and our team of admission specialists and clinicians will be able to help you find the best solution for your needs. Get in touch today to discover our addiction inpatient rehab programs.