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Addiction affects every area of your life, and millions of Americans need addiction treatment, but very few actually get it. If you are ready to take control of your life, it’s important that you find an Ann Arbor, Michigan, drug rehab center that provides individualized care to address underlying causes, consequences, and coping mechanisms.

But how do you know whether an inpatient or outpatient program is best?

Contact Liberty House today to learn more about our inpatient drug rehab in Michigan.

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Our residential program offers you an escape from the chains of addiction.
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We utilize effective therapies that focus on the root causes of addiction.
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What is Inpatient
Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Inpatient treatment, sometimes referred to as “residential” care, is the most intense level of care, which means you get the most comprehensive services, full-time team members, and the opportunity to focus on your recovery full-time. 

Let Liberty House help you today. Call our team to see if our drug rehab in Ann Arbor inpatient program can help you.

How is Inpatient Different from Outpatient

There are several differences between inpatient and outpatient treatment. 

The biggest is that detox or medical detox is integrated into the services you receive. 

Your detox process starts with an evaluation by our medical team to determine the type of medical intervention that might be required.

Detox is an important step in flushing any residual toxins or compounds from your body that have built up over several months or years of addiction. This process can be uncomfortable, which is why we work closely with you to oversee your level of comfort and give you medications that might be necessary to distract you from or manage your cravings.

At our Ann Arbor drug rehab, your detox process provides around-the-clock medical monitoring to make sure that any unexpected complications or health issues are dealt with promptly.

The next difference is that inpatient detox includes a full-time schedule. When you start inpatient treatment, you reside at our Ann Arbor, Michigan, drug rehab, where you get the chance to work on your recovery every day, all day, with breaks and free time in between. 

Routine During the Day

As you move into your residential treatment after detox, you’ll start to adopt a regular routine. Building a routine is essential in recovery. It can add stability to your life and give you structure. At our drug rehab in Ann Arbor, your activities and services might include the following:

  • Individual therapy 
  • Group therapy
  • Mental health treatment
  • Medical appointments
  • Fitness activities
  • Nutritional care
  • Educational workshops
  • Aftercare planning
  • Family programs

Freedom in the Evenings

Our inpatient Ann Arbor drug rehab can help you maintain some sense of normalcy by allowing you freedom in the evenings for reflection, downtime, or journaling. This can help you reflect on what you have learned and turn your attention inward, paying attention to how you feel. 

Another key difference is the team members you have available. Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs give you integrated medical and mental health services. You have a chance to work with a multidisciplinary team who work together to create a comprehensive, holistic recovery plan for you. You might have people such as:

  • Nutritionists
  • Fitness specialists
  • Licensed addiction counselors
  • Family therapists
  • Doctors and nurses
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists 

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Types of Treatment Used
in Inpatient Care

When you start an inpatient program at our Ann Arbor drug rehab center, you can expect to participate in individual and group therapy sessions. Both of these serve essential roles.

For starters, individual therapy gives you a chance to work one-on-one with the same therapist throughout your time at our drug rehab in Ann Arbor. By working with the same therapist, you can investigate potential causes of your addiction as well as personal triggers.

Group therapy allows you to share your experiences and learn from individuals who have gone through similar struggles. It’s also a place where you can practice coping skills in sessions led by qualified therapists or other skilled professionals. 

Many of the therapies we utilize at Liberty House take the form of individual therapy and group sessions. You might start with individual therapy for cognitive behavioral or dialectical behavioral therapy, and as you progress, incorporate additional group sessions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, is designed to help you recognize problematic behaviors. Recognizing what your automatic thoughts are and the things you think or believe reflexively is the foundation of cognitive behavioral therapy.

During your sessions, you will learn to identify harmful automatic thoughts and how they influence your emotions and behaviors.

What CBT Can Treat:
  • Alcoholism
  • Methamphetamines
  • Nicotine
  • Cocaine 
  • Opioids 
  • Eating disorders
  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Anxiety 
How CBT Helps with Addiction

During your sessions, the things you learned during CBT help you recognize when you are experiencing cravings or what your triggers are. Then you work with your therapist to develop coping strategies so that you know exactly what to do the next time you are triggered or want to use it again.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical behavioral therapy is an offshoot of cognitive behavioral therapy. This helps people, especially those with personality disorders, reconcile their thoughts and their reality.

This is particularly important in recognizing and learning how to overcome uncomfortable thoughts, emotions, or actions.

What DBT Can Treat:
  • Personality disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Self-harm
  • Mood disorders
  • Addiction 
How DBT Helps with Addiction

DBT works best when used in conjunction with holistic treatments like yoga, mindfulness, and meditation. These holistic treatments encourage relaxation and help you focus on being present. When you focus on the present, you are in a much better position to recognize what you are feeling, how you are thinking, and how to control things like your breathing or tension in your body to better tolerate cravings or moments of stress.

We provide over-the-counter and FDA-approved medication during initial detox and to treat ongoing cravings. 

You might also use medications to manage symptoms, especially if you are receiving treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. We also work with you using medication management services to find a medication that helps you control symptoms of an underlying mental health disorder.

If, for example, you are receiving treatment for depression and alcoholism at our Ann Arbor drug rehab center, we might use FDA-approved medications during your initial detox and help you test different depression medications until you find the one that proves most effective for your situation. 

As you continue to progress in your recovery goals, you might learn coping strategies that can replace some or all of the medications you are using to initially control those same symptoms.

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How to Get Help

Addiction doesn’t take a day off and neither do we. Liberty House Recovery is available day & night to help navigate you through the pre-admissions process and your personal options for treatment at our program. We work with most major PPO & POS insurance carriers which can help cover most of the costs associated with treatment. 

1. Getting to Know You

Our first step is to get to know you and your personal situation. The best way to contact us is to call, text, chat, or via webform.

2. Free Evaluation

Once you reach out, one of our caring treatment coordinators will reach out to discuss your personal options in treatment.

3. Start Your Journey

Once we verify your benefits and coverage, our admissions team will help with everything you need to prepare for treatment at our program.

Learn More About Our Ann Arbor Drug Rehab

One of the most significant benefits of working with our team at our Ann Arbor, Michigan, drug rehab center is that you have enough time to try different medications and discuss their effectiveness or lack thereof with your individual team members. If you are working with a doctor or a psychiatrist, you can discuss how the medications have made you feel after the first several weeks and make changes if something isn’t working.

Don’t wait to get help. Let our Ann Arbor drug rehab team guide you on your path to recovery. 

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