Inpatient Rehab for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Researching is a crucial step when learning about the various types of rehab facilities because, as you might have already noticed, there are a lot of choices. The good news is that you have come to the right place where you will receive the most current information that you need to make an informed decision for treatment for yourself or a loved one. You’re not alone! The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that there are approximately 2.5 million people who enter treatment on a yearly average.
Addiction Rehab Programs
There are adult and teen rehab programs offered for a variety of conditions including addiction, mental health, eating disorders, sexual addictions and gambling. These programs offer different levels of care depending on the severity of the condition including detox, inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient.
Detox is typically the first step for someone who is struggling with a chemical dependency who needs to safely remove addictive substances from their system. If someone does not require detox or has completed this phase, the best recommended step is to enter the residential level of care.
Inpatient and Residential Rehab
The residential level of care should offer a comprehensive treatment plan that includes psychological, medical, and psychiatric care. The addiction and drug rehab program length may range from 30 to 120 days on average. The length of stay may vary, but the recommendation is that the longer a person can stay in a supportive environment, the better the recovery success. Once a person has successfully completed residential treatment, a continuing care plan should have been implemented by the treatment team’s discharge planners lining up more treatment services that will follow the residential program. The next step would include some or all of the following: sober living, support groups, individual therapy and psychiatry care.
Rehab Treatment Locations
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are more than 14,500 residential and outpatient facilities in the United States, so there are many options to choose from. Every situation is different when making a decision on what addiction or mental rehab location to choose. In many instances, people will travel farther away from home to be able to focus on their treatment and not be distracted by outside sources like family members, friends, or bad connections such as drug dealers. In other cases, if a person has already completed inpatient or residential rehab and is entering a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient rehab, they will typically be within 50 miles from their home or sober living. We have experienced people traveling across the country to go to the best rehabs that fit their needs, so it is important to keep an open mind.
Choosing The Best Rehab
Making the courageous decision to seek treatment, whether for yourself or a loved one, is an enormous step, and we commend you because it is tough. What can be even more difficult is finding the best rehab to get the proper treatment while fitting your specific needs and values. The best rehab choice comes down to research and asking a lot of questions. The more information you have, the better decision you can make for yourself or a loved one. Here at The Treatment Specialist, we offer a free assessment that can help narrow down the best rehab matches for the specific conditions and financial resources.
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
The cost of rehab varies depending on level of care and types of services desired. There are high-end luxury, standard, and low cost or free rehab programs offered. The luxury programs are typically private pay and offer high-end accommodations in destination locations. Some luxury programs are now taking private health insurance along with private pay. Some people prefer absolute confidence and will request to be only private pay. The standard treatment programs are the most common option for those with private health PPO or HMO insurance plans. If you do not have private pay or private health insurance, there are state or government-funded programs that are also offered, but they typically have waiting lists. If you want to learn more about the financial options, call us now to discuss the treatment options and receive a free financial assessment and insurance verification. If you do not have insurance or funds, we can also educate you on getting private health insurance for yourself or a loved one.
Entering Rehab, The Big Step
After you have made an informed decision on what rehab program to enter, what are the next steps? First, most well-established facilities will complete a confidential telephone pre-admission assessment to make sure that their facility is medically and psychologically appropriate. The questions should involve current and past drug use, mental health, eating disorders, medical, medications and psychiatric history. These questions will help the treatment team plan for your arrival to the treatment facility and ensure that the proper protocols are utilized. Once the pre-admission assessment has been completed, an admission date will be scheduled, and instructions should be emailed to the appropriate parties explaining what to bring and what to expect while in treatment.
The big day has arrived, and you or your loved one has arrived to the treatment facility. The admissions process typically takes about an hour and covers the proper paperwork to enter treatment. If you are a family member, it might be tempting to stick around, but the rule of thumb is to say your goodbyes early and let the treatment process begin. If you are the patient, congratulations, you have made it! Once the admissions process is over, depending on the specific treatment facility, you might be escorted to your living accommodations to get settled in, or, you might start seeing treatment team members immediately. If you are in need of detox or require special medication attention, you should be lined up to see medical staff following the admissions process.
Addiction Treatment Centers
The recommendation for addiction treatment should be done in a licensed inpatient or residential setting with a licensed medical team for increased safety and the best outcome. The treatment program will consists of a full treatment team including a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor, and 24 hour support staff. Call The Treatment Specialist now to discuss your options and to locate a safe and comprehensive addiction treatment program for you or your loved one.
The Treatment Specialist Treatment Network
The Treatment Specialist provides a free confidential assessment to review your history including medical conditions, psych-social, and psychiatric conditions. Our team will provide individualized support and guidance to you or your loved one and find you the best possible treatment option for your unique situation and needs. Call and ask for The Treatment Specialist at 866-644-7911