According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the most effective approach to treatment for addiction and successful long-term recovery includes a combination of a variety of therapies, along with medically supported treatment. These treatment combinations are used in residential treatment programs.
Residential treatment provides patients with a structure and support system that allows them to focus on their recovery without the presence of drugs or alcohol, effectively reducing the chance of relapse. There are differences between inpatient rehab and residential treatment. One main difference is the environment in which treatment is provided. While inpatient rehab programs are usually carried out in a rehab facility or hospital, residential treatment is typically provided in a more home-like environment. Our featured rehab centers provide both inpatient and residential treatment programs designed specifically to fit the needs of each patient.
Those who suffer from co-occurring disorders or have a long history of addiction or relapse often benefit most from residential treatment. A structured environment with guidance, monitoring and support from treatment center staff ensures they receive the most appropriate care for their condition. There may also be a difference in cost or insurance coverage of you or your loved one chooses a residential program. Our admissions coordinators will be happy to help you find the right treatment program.
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The journal Addiction published a study that reveals that those who receive professional help for their addiction are more likely to stay sober for a longer period of time than those who don’t receive professional support.
This study shows the importance of receiving professional drug and alcohol treatment for addiction. At Get Treatment, we understand the struggle of addiction, and the importance of finding a rehab program that works. Let us help you get started on the journey to lasting recovery.
Residential treatment is often more effective than outpatient rehab because it provides patients with a safe and structured environment. Since it requires the individual to reside in the facility, it ensures that they are better able to focus fully on their recovery.
Staying in treatment for enough time to complete all stages of the program enables people to build up their knowledge and confidence in the skills they have newly acquired. These tools will help them remain sober long after they complete treatment. Therefore, a comprehensive treatment program with a multidisciplinary approach to treatment is the best option for long-term recovery.
Our residential rehab programs provide 24-hour care in a comfortable and peaceful setting. Our focus is to help you achieve your goals during treatment and maintain your sobriety long after you leave. We provide a wide range of services, which are designed to address the physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual aspects of addiction and recovery. Some of these program components include:
- Medically supervised detoxification for the management of withdrawal symptoms – complete with medical support and 24/7 care and monitoring
- Individual therapy with licensed psychologists and behavioral health counselors
- Family therapy sessions and group therapy sessions
- Relapse prevention programs that teach patients the tools and skills necessary for life after treatment
- Follow-up addiction aftercare services such as sober living, support groups and alumni programs
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Moos, R. H., & Moos, B. S. (2006, February). Rates and predictors of relapse after natural and treated remission from alcohol use disorders. Retrieved December 16, 2016, from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1976118/
Last updated on April 6th, 2017 at 09:01 pm