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Residential Inpatient Treatment
Treatment services, or residential treatment, provides the highest level of rehab services for patients diagnosed with alcohol or other drug addictions. Typically clients will seek inpatient care once completing a drug or alcohol detox.
On average, clients stay an average of 30 days. However, residential treatment can last anywhere from 30 to 120 days and is usually determined by the clinical team. The next steps in recovery usually depend upon the client and are decided upon discussion with their assigned personal counselor. Some may enter long-term care. Ultimately, it is up to the client and their treatment team to decide the best fit for them upon completing the residential program.
Inpatient addiction treatment focuses on the stabilization and assessment of an individual’s health to ensure that they are ready in all aspects including mentally, physically and emotionally, to learn about the core recovery concepts and to begin practicing recovery principles. Each day, they will be given a schedule of treatment activities, appointments and services tailored to meet their specific recovery needs and goals.
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