Why No Two Inpatient Treatment Centers are the Same:
There is certainly no shortage of inpatient treatment centers across the US. You may wonder why there are so many, and how on earth anyone could possibly make the right decision when confronted with a choice of this magnitude. The answer to the first question is fairly straightforward: There are so many different types of treatment centers because each one has designed a program they believe to be the right path to recovery. To answer how best to choose from the available options, we have to ask a few additional questions.
If you’re looking into inpatient treatment centers, the first question that must be answer is this: What are your objectives? Are you looking for alcohol addiction treatment, drug addiction treatment, a program that deals with co-occurring conditions, medically-supervised detox prior to treatment, extended residential care, and/or ongoing treatment following inpatient treatment? Your answers will be determined by the addiction you’re seeking treatment for. SoberSolutions is an important stop on the path to lifelong recovery. We can provide free resources and recommendations on where to find the best treatment to match your needs and budget.
As you begin you search into inpatient treatment centers, your research may become complicated by the terms and language being used by treatment centers. The terms ‘inpatient’ and ‘outpatient’ are frequently confused with each other. It’s important that you understand what each term means before you look at treatment facilities. Choosing an outpatient facility prior to going through residential inpatient treatment offers a less than 1% chance of recovery from addiction. While the loose structure of an outpatient program may look attractive, understand that outpatient treatment was designed for patients who have already successfully completed inpatient treatment and are ready to try out their newly gained skills.
Inpatient treatment follows detox. If you’re dealing with an alcohol addiction or are using opiates, Xanax or a derivative, or a psychiatric medication, your best chances of long-term recovery are going through detox and withdrawing under medical supervision. We can help you determine whether detox it the right step for you to take. We’ll also help you find an inpatient treatment center that offers the type of program you need.
We work with many different inpatient treatment centers throughout the US, some offering 12-step programs, which are exceptionally effective in achieving long-term sobriety, Christian facilities, teenage treatment rehabs, holistic-focused centers, cognitive therapy programs, and many others. Our goal is to listen to your needs and make recommendations based on what we believe will lead to your long-term recovery.
Our staff is available by phone when you call 877-759-7048. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your questions. You can also use the free resources on our website to start searching for a facility right now. Just fill in a few key pieces of information to get started. We offer helpful information, like the signs of abuse, withdrawal symptoms, cost of rehab, types of addictions, and tips on how to choose from inpatient treatment centers in your area.