Inpatient rehab is one of the best types of rehab for many, and a popular option, however, the commitment can be too much for some. In inpatient rehab, you will have to commit to staying in a facility around the clock for one to three months. Inpatient rehab is just one of many options available.
Learn more about inpatient rehab below.
What is inpatient rehab and how is it different?
Inpatient rehab is long-term addiction treatment in a facility 24/7 for a term of 1 to 3 months that is completed after you have completed a full detox program.
The major difference is being committed to staying in the rehab 24/7, unlike outpatient programs. This allows you to concentrate fully on your treatment as well as keeps you from being able to relapse early on during treatment when things are most difficult.
What treatments do you receive in inpatient rehab?
In inpatient rehab, you will receive one on one therapy sessions with a licensed addiction therapist. These sessions are designed to help you uncover the things that are at the root of your addiction as well as find healthy ways to deal with it. These sessions are at the core of inpatient rehab.
Group therapy is also an important part of inpatient rehab. While staying at the facility you will bond with other recovering addicts and share stories, feelings, and experiences with one another. This is meant to help build support systems with others that are going through the same thing that may last you throughout your life.
There will also be activities that are more holistic or recreational in nature to help you find interests, develop good habits, and find joy in things besides your addictions. These activities can relieve stress and anxiety and be an outlet for you when you are struggling with cravings.
What makes an inpatient rehab a good one?
Inpatient rehab can vary in many ways. The best inpatient rehab for you can be based on many things, mostly your personal preference, location, and/or pricing. Knowing what the important factors are to you, considering the options, and the cost and location are all important. The activities that inpatient rehabs provide may play a role too. Some patients may put more weight on the comforts and amenities available at the actual house. Whatever you feel is most important, our addiction treatment specialists can help you find a program that best suits your needs.
Zak’s House in Fallbrook California can help you find out if Inpatient rehab is the right plan for you.
If you are ready to explore inpatient rehab, then call the addiction treatment specialists at Zak’s House in Fallbrook and Oceanside, California. They can help you explore what rehab is best for you and get you the information you need to make an informed decision. Making the right choice is the first step in changing your life for the better.