Inpatient Rehabs

Choosing an Inpatient Drug Rehab Facility

If you are looking for an inpatient rehab program for yourself or a loved one, it’s normal to find the process daunting. There are many treatment centers offering this type of help for drug and alcohol abuse, and finding one that is a good fit will no doubt take some time.

Items to Consider When Looking for an Inpatient Treatment Center

1.Medically Supervised Detox

Make sure the facility you are considering is licensed to provide medical detox services to clients. Ideally, you will want to find one that can provide this service on site and then transition clients directly to rehabilitation services. In many cases, this isn’t an option, so your chosen inpatient rehab center should have a detox facility that they work with routinely. Also, not all clients require this level of detox and are able to start a residential program without it.

2. Custom Treatment Plans

Each client who enters a drug or alcohol treatment program is unique. They have their own history that led them to turn to chemicals to cope with painful life events, stress, boredom, to boost their self esteem, etc. Some clients are dealing with a mental health issue and their addiction.

To offer only one treatment plan and expect it to work for everyone is not realistic, and it is unlikely to lead to long-term sobriety. Custom treatment plans that reflect a client’s needs and goals are a much better option.

3. Activities and Amenities for Clients

Along with offering counseling, does the inpatient rehab facility offer a number of activities to clients? These activities help to keep clients occupied, and they also help to model a healthy lifestyle for after the treatment program is completed.

4. Family Programs

Addiction involves the entire family, not just the person who is living with the substance abuse issue. Family therapy sessions are a safe place to deal with relationship issues and learn how to connect with someone who is in the early phase of their recovery.

4. Transitioning Services before Discharge

Rehab facilities that can offer varying levels of services to clients are more effective when it comes to helping their clients achieve long-term sobriety. Does the inpatient facility offer clients the option to stay in a sober house before returning home?

5. Discharge Plan

It’s important that the inpatient rehab facility you choose can offer you a discharge plan so that you will continue to have care after you leave. Are there follow-up services in place, such as group therapy, substance abuse counseling or outpatient addiction rehab?

Keep these considerations in mind when you are looking for an inpatient rehab facility. Make sure the ones that make it to your short list have all of them, and you will be able to find one to fit your or your loved one’s needs.

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