Inpatient Drug Rehab

Inpatient Drug Rehab Program

Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential treatment, provides the highest level of rehab services for patients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction.

Inpatient Drug Rehab

Inpatient Drug Rehab Program

Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential treatment, provides the highest level of rehab services for patients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction. Typically, inpatient drug rehab programs include medical detox services.

Inpatient Treatment

What is Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient Treatment is a type of treatment in which an individual is provided with 24 hour medical and clinical care at a live-in facility. Inpatient treatment programs offer a safe, structured, controlled environment that help individuals overcome their addiction.

Inpatient drug rehab is one of the most common ways for people to treat their substance-use disorders. There is a set schedule which consist of therapies, counseling sessions, support groups, meals, and activities.

In inpatient drug rehab programs - psychiatric, medical, clinical, emotional, and physical health assistance are offered. In most cases, an individual will stay in an inpatient drug rehab for at least 30 days. Inpatient drug rehab programs are very effective because they offer a structured and defined environment and atmosphere. In this environment, an individual is supported by people who are going through the same thing as them. They have the opportunity to build a nurturing, understanding, and compassionate community of friendships. Because they do not need to focus on other distractions, they are given the opportunity to focus on themselves – which includes physical and psychological healing.

Inpatient drug rehab provides the highest level of rehab services for clients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction. Typically, the clinical director and medical director will develop an individualized treatment plan after assessing your medical health, mental health, and your substance-use history.

In some inpatient drug rehab programs, family therapy programs are built to help you repair your relationships and give your family the opportunity to educate themselves on substance-use disorder.

Inpatient Treatment

What is Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient Treatment is a type of treatment in which an individual is provided with 24 hour medical and clinical care at a live-in facility. Inpatient treatment programs offer a safe, structured, controlled environment that help individuals overcome their addiction.

Inpatient drug rehab is one of the most common ways for people to treat their substance-use disorders. There is a set schedule which consist of therapies, counseling sessions, support groups, meals, and activities.

In inpatient drug rehab programs - psychiatric, medical, clinical, emotional, and physical health assistance are offered. In most cases, an individual will stay in an inpatient drug rehab for at least 30 days. Inpatient drug rehab programs are very effective because they offer a structured and defined environment and atmosphere. In this environment, an individual is supported by people who are going through the same thing as them. They have the opportunity to build a nurturing, understanding, and compassionate community of friendships. Because they do not need to focus on other distractions, they are given the opportunity to focus on themselves – which includes physical and psychological healing.

Inpatient drug rehab provides the highest level of rehab services for clients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction. Typically, the clinical director and medical director will develop an individualized treatment plan after assessing your medical health, mental health, and your substance-use history.

In some inpatient drug rehab programs, family therapy programs are built to help you repair your relationships and give your family the opportunity to educate themselves on substance-use disorder.

Inpatient

Why Inpatient Drug Rehab at LA Treatment Center?

At LA Treatment Center in Los Angeles, California, inpatient drug rehab for substance abuse begins with our clinicians getting a good understanding of your specific situation. Our treatment team will evaluate your medical health, mental health and chemical use history in order to design an individualized treatment plan for you. With your permission, our rehab staff may also talk with your family members and other professionals who might already be working with to address your needs and challenges.

Because addiction is a disease that affects your body, mind and spirit, we bring a multidisciplinary team together to provide you with a holistic healing plan.

Your licensed team members for residential treatment may include:

Physicians

Nurses

Psychiatrists

Psychologists

Licensed marriage and family therapists

Licensed addiction counselors

Nutritionists

Wellness and fitness specialists

Continuing care coordinators

Financial advocates

Clinical case managers

Our inpatient drug rehab programs are also gender-specific, which has been shown to help patients stay focused on the recovery process, explore sensitive issues in a safe and supportive environment, and strengthen trusting relationships with peers.

If you believe that you or a loved one needs help, please contact us by calling (888)200-4926. Our addiction specialists will arrange for a free assessment, answer any questions you may have and provide you with the resources to set you on the road to recovery. In most cases, we can admit new patients within 24 hours of the initial contact.

You and your loved ones do not have to keep hurting. Contact us today to start the rest of your life in a positive way.