For most clients, the first phase of rehab is inpatient treatment. This type of treatment helps clients break free from ongoing dependency and develop valuable techniques and life skills.
What Is Inpatient Rehab Treatment?
Inpatient treatment, also known as residential treatment, is a type of addiction rehab program that involves living on-site at the facility and undergoing intensive therapy. Inpatient rehab typically begins with detox, during which medical staff help to manage withdrawal symptoms and support client health. After detox, clients work through an individually tailored treatment plan with therapy sessions, 12-step meetings and other activities. Inpatient is the most intensive type of addiction rehabilitation program.
Who Can Inpatient Rehab Help?
Anyone who is dealing with an addiction to drugs or alcohol can benefit from inpatient rehab. However, the intensive nature of this kind of program is typically best suited to someone who needs detox and/or needs structured help to avoid temptations and distractions. Inpatient clients should be prepared to make a serious full-time commitment.
Choosing an Inpatient Treatment Center
When looking for a substance abuse rehab facility, look for what fits your needs and minimizes relapse risk. It may be tempting to choose one that is the cheapest or closest to home, but you should always focus on one that will be truly effective. Consider the kind of structure you need, the type of environment you would thrive in and choose inpatient drug rehab centers with a good track record among former clients.
The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs
The following are just a few reasons why inpatient care is so valuable.
Safe, Monitored Environment
Throughout detox and recovery, medical and facility staff carefully monitor and supervise clients to ensure they are safe, secure and in good health.
Certified addiction counselors use clinically backed techniques to help clients work through the issues related to their addiction and build a strong foundation for sobriety.
Being around others in recovery helps clients see that they are not alone in their struggles. Clients naturally form peer support networks and socialize during downtime.
Help for Families
Clients’ families also have access to therapy sessions, where they can talk about issues in a structured way and learn how to support their loved one through recovery.
Inpatient Treatment vs. Outpatient Treatment
A common alternative to inpatient treatment is outpatient treatment, in which the client lives off-site and has the freedom to continue working and meeting social obligations. A similar option is the intensive outpatient program (IOP), in which the client lives off-site but works through a more thorough treatment plan.
Outpatient and IOP are ideal for those who do not need detox and whose addictions are less intense. If your addiction is still running your life, inpatient is likely the best choice.
What to Expect During Inpatient Rehab at Yellowstone Recovery
After detox, Yellowstone clients enter a 30-day “blackout” during which they cannot contact anyone outside the program. Over time, they will be allowed to have outside contact and earn further privileges, including passes to travel off-site.
In a typical week, clients attend group therapy, individual therapy and 12-step meetings on a regular schedule. Between these activities, clients work with peers to maintain their residence and prepare meals (except for lunch, provided Monday-Friday). Weekends are more relaxed, with just a few scheduled events and plenty of downtime.
Does Insurance Cover Rehab?
A common question for clients is whether or not their insurance policy will help cover the costs of inpatient alcohol rehab or drug rehab. Ultimately, your coverage depends upon your policy details. If it does cover rehab, there may be limitations regarding the duration, type of program and other benefits they will pay for.
We can check your eligibility and determine exactly how much your insurance will cover. For more information, visit our insurance resources page.
Please note that Yellowstone Recovery is not currently able to accept Medicaid or Medicare.
Yellowstone Recovery Offers Affordable Inpatient Drug Treatment Programs in Orange County
If you’re struggling with an ongoing addiction, inpatient treatment at Yellowstone Recovery in Orange County may be a good fit for you. Through evidence-based therapy, 12-step meetings and 24/7 support, more than 5,000 clients have developed the esteem and skill set needed to lead happier, healthier lives.
We believe in making treatment affordable and accessible to all. When you choose Yellowstone, we’ll help you determine your insurance eligibility and get the financing you need. Call us today at (888) 418-4188 to learn more.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re looking at inpatient drug rehab facilities, the following answers to frequently asked questions may help you make a decision.
How Long Does Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Last?
From the start of detox to the end of residence, our inpatient treatment programs generally last somewhere between 28 and 90 days. The duration of your stay will depend on a number of factors, including the severity of your addiction, how much help you need, and how you progress through your program.
How Much Does It Cost?
We aim to make rehab as affordable as possible. The overall cost of treatment will depend on your insurance coverage and the nature of your individual treatment plan. Things like the duration of your stay and the cost of temporary medications may play a role.
You can contact us to determine insurance eligibility and discuss approximate costs. If you need help to pay for treatment, we can also set you up with affordable financing.
What Kinds of Addictions Does Yellowstone Recovery Treat?
We help clients with addictions to a wide variety of substances. Whether it’s a recently developed psychological addiction or a years-long physical dependency, our addiction specialists and medical providers are prepared to handle it. Examples include alcohol, heroin, marijuana, meth and prescription drugs. See our full list or contact us for more information on what we can treat.
Will My Treatment Be Confidential?
Our confidentiality policy ensures that your treatment and anything you share with us remains confidential unless you give consent (with exceptions for medical emergencies, imminent threats, etc.). Federal law protects the confidentiality of inpatient alcohol treatment centers and drug rehabs, so your employer does not have to know about your treatment.BACK
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