When searching for a rehab program, it is important to understand what your addiction recovery needs are and how they can be met through different treatment programs. Here at My Recovery Source, we give our clients advanced search options when looking for an inpatient treatment program. We want our clients/viewers to be equipped when it comes to dealing with addiction and their recovery. Within this article, we provide information and resources regarding what inpatient rehab is, how to know if you need to go to inpatient rehab, and how we can help you find the best inpatient rehab for yourself or your loved one!
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient treatment programs require clients to check into an addiction treatment facility and to remain there while they receive treatment for their addiction. There are treatment facilities that can treat addiction and co-occurring disorders as well. The mental health professionals and rehab staff members during this time can help with abstinence and the clients’ pursuit of sobriety. Inpatient rehab programs give clients access to 24/7 emotional, mental, and medical support. This may be the reason why inpatient treatment programs have a higher success rate than other treatment programs. Within the inpatient treatment environment, there are less opportunities for a relapse and more opportunities for recovery with many different benefits and amenities. Some of the benefits of an inpatient treatment program includes:
- Short-term and long-term treatment programs designed to help prevent future relapses, assist with the detoxification process safely, and to help clients be prepared for life after treatment.
- Inpatient treatment programs provide 24 hour care, meaning that the clients are never alone while overcoming their addiction.
- Inpatient treatment programs are very structured and focus on all different aspects of addiction including co-occuring mental health disorders, social issues including relationships, social support, psychological/biological factors such as genetics, personal history, and other situations.
These are just a few of the benefits that inpatient rehab has to offer. Reach out to us today to learn more about inpatient treatment programs, their benefits, and how addiction treatment programs can help you.
How Do I Know if I Need to Go to Inpatient Rehab?
It may be difficult knowing what rehab program is best for you when you are looking for treatment. When looking into a residential inpatient treatment program there are various reasons that an inpatient treatment program is the right fit for you. These reasons include things such as:
- You have a co-occurring mental health disorder.
- You lack the adequate amount of support that you need whether from home, friends, or from your community.
- You haven’t been able to be successfully treated in any other form of rehab (this could include outpatient rehab), and you may have experienced a relapse.
- You are concerned about your exposure to triggers within regular life and during an addiction treatment program (such as maintaining sobriety in an outpatient treatment program) that may cause a relapse.
- Your detox from this certain substance may be dangerous without a health professional’s supervilance.
If any of these examples sound like you, it may be beneficial for you to look into inpatient treatment programs and addiction treatment facilities that offer sober living communities. This is a crucial step in a healthy detox, a successful recovery process, and the maintenance of sobriety.
How My Recovery Source Can Help
Here at My Recovery Source, we provide our clients with a database that gives them access to search different rehab facilities and treatment programs that will fit their individualized recovery needs. We also help our clients discover the differences between rehab programs, including differences within inpatient treatment programs such as an inpatient detox, residential inpatient, partial hospitalization, sober living, etc. Reach out to us today to find a treatment program that fits your unique needs, and to learn more about the differences and benefits of inpatient treatment programs! We are also equipped to help you find rehab on behalf of your loved one.