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Millions of people, some as young as age twelve, struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol. If you are one of the millions who have completed addiction treatment before and experienced relapse, choosing an inpatient (or residential) drug and alcohol treatment program may be best suited to help you put addiction behind you once and for all. At a residential program, you receive intensive addiction treatment and 24-hour care in a safe and substance-free environment. Patients who choose a drug and alcohol inpatient treatment program often have access to a higher level of treatment care than can be provided through an outpatient or even one on one drug therapy setting.
When researching addiction treatment, you are likely to come across many different “levels of care.” Addiction treatment programs come in different varieties, including outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential programs. Deciding which program is best for you requires understanding the type of treatment you need to safely and successfully overcome addiction. It is also essential to understand how the treatment programs are different.
Inpatient drug and alcohol treatment is a rehab program designed to help you overcome addiction. Depending on the treatment model and your unique treatment needs, the treatment team at Dallas Detox Center will use a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches to help you stop the addictive behaviors that lead to physical and psychological difficulties. The most successful drug and alcohol inpatient treatment programs are those designed uniquely around your treatment needs and goals. Your program’s therapy model and length will vary depending on several factors, including the type of substance or substances used, the severity of your addiction, how long you have struggled with addiction, and whether you have completed addiction treatment before and experienced relapse.
There are many types of drug and alcohol treatment programs providing different levels of care. It is essential to choose the right rehab where your specific treatment needs are addressed as part of your treatment plan. In the inpatient treatment environment, you are required to live on-site at the rehab facility, and all of your therapeutic sessions occur there. With outpatient rehab, you can continue to live at home while attending therapy sessions at a local rehab. Often, therapy sessions happen in the same rehab location as inpatient therapy. Both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs provide a combination of individual (one-to-one), group, and family therapy sessions. In addition, many include or offer dual-diagnosis treatment in Dallas, nutritional education, physical fitness, and alternative therapies as part of a holistic and comprehensive treatment program.
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Whether you choose inpatient or outpatient treatment at rehab in Dallas, you will receive comprehensive and potentially life-saving addiction treatment. Both “types” of programs focus equally on providing high-level, evidence-based care. However, both also have distinct benefits or qualities that may influence which type of program is right for you. Inpatient or residential rehab programs are intensive addiction treatment programs that require participants to “live” on-site at the rehab while working towards sobriety.
Residential programs are often best suited for someone who struggles with symptoms of a severe addiction or someone who has previously completed an addiction treatment program and experienced relapse. As part of an inpatient program, you are required to remain at the addiction treatment facility throughout your entire treatment program. At a residential treatment center in Dallas, Texas, you will have continuous access to medical, emotional, nutritional, and behavioral support.
Outpatient programs provide someone struggling with addiction the opportunity to seek help overcoming addiction while remaining at home with family and loved ones. Outpatient programs enable you to maintain important aspects of your day-to-day life, such as work, school, or family obligations. Depending on the intensity level of the program, you will attend therapy between three and five days per week. The therapy model and the duration of treatment (how long your program lasts) will vary based on your unique needs and goals. In general, outpatient programs often last longer than inpatient programs, and due to the less intensive nature of the outpatient environment, it may take longer to meet your treatment goals. Most outpatient programs last between three months and one year; however, some may last longer.
It is also essential to seek out an inpatient drug rehab center in Dallas like the Dallas Detox Center, with a multidisciplinary treatment team. This means the providers who will be helping you to overcome addiction are equipped to address all aspects of the illness, including your physical, psychological, and spiritual needs. Your treatment team should include a combination of professionals who, together, will work with you to design a treatment program that addresses every level of necessary care. Common examples of treatment team members include doctors, nurses, nutritionists, mental health providers, and many others. Last but likely not least, look for a program that provides medically assisted detox and evidence-based treatment programs. The most effective programs relied on evidence-based mental health therapies. These treatment models are those that have been tested and proven effective in helping millions of individuals overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Also, medical detox is a vital part of many individualized addiction treatment programs. This is especially true for someone who struggles with an addiction to alcohol, opioids, or benzodiazepine drugs. The withdrawal symptoms that often occur when reducing or stopping these drugs can be severe and, in some cases, life-threatening. Participating in a medically supervised detox program ensures that you have the support, guidance, and care necessary throughout the most challenging days of early recovery.
There are thousands of addiction treatment centers across the nation, with several located in the Dallas, Texas area. The number of potential treatment options can make finding the best rehab feel like an overwhelming challenge. It is essential to research facilities near you to ensure the program you choose provides an addiction treatment model designed to address your specific addiction and any other underlying medical or mental health conditions that may hinder your ability to heal and put addiction behind you. In addition to a program that addresses your specific treatment needs and goals, it is also important to search for a few other essential characteristics. First, learn about the staff at the rehab. The best, and most successful addiction rehabs, ensure that their clinical team has the appropriate credentials and licenses to provide drug rehab services. If clinical staff is not licensed or accredited, it is possible they may not have the level of training or expertise you need to learn the skills and tools required to attain and maintain lasting sobriety.
At our luxury inpatient rehab in Dallas, TX, a skilled team of medical and mental health providers who understand the unique nature of addiction treatment will work with you to design a treatment program specifically around your needs. Our providers are trained in helping manage dual diagnosis conditions as well as providing support and guidance as part of a medically supervised detox program. The range of therapeutic models available at our Texas inpatient rehab ensures that regardless of addiction or any other underlying mental health condition, you will complete treatment with the tools and skills you need to successfully manage triggers in prevent relapse after treatment ends.
If you or a loved one struggles with addiction and would like to learn more about how residential treatment centers in Dallas, TX, can help you start over healthy and sober, contact us today. At our luxury addiction rehab in Dallas, Texas, we are here to help you begin your sobriety journey. Members of our admissions team are here to answer your questions and to help you learn more about ways to get help at our premier inpatient alcohol and drug rehab in Dallas, TX.