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What Are the Benefits of Inpatient Addiction Treatment?

What Are the Benefits of Inpatient Addiction Treatment?

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, your best chance at a long-term recovery is residential drug and alcohol rehab. Residential or inpatient rehab lets you reside at the facility with all your needs and meals prepared. Liberty House Recovery Center can help you start inpatient treatment today. 

Contact us today to learn more about the best luxury drug and alcohol rehab center in Michigan.

Benefits of Inpatient Addiction Treatment

There are many benefits of inpatient addiction treatment, the biggest of which is being taken away from your normal environment and placed at a facility that enables your complete focus on recovery. 

You Can Focus Entirely on Your Recovery

The most essential benefits of inpatient addiction treatment have to do with your ability to focus entirely on your recovery. You don’t have to live at home or in an area that’s full of triggers or stress. You don’t have to balance work life, professional obligations, and your recovery.

Instead, you live at the facility where your needs are tended to; your meals are provided, and you have a room in a safe and comfortable environment. You get to focus full-time on turning your attention inward, learning from your past, and preparing for a new, sober future.

You Have Access to Amenities

Residential drug and alcohol rehab programs give you access to amenities that you might not have where you live. Liberty House offers amenities like:

  • Privately catered meals
  • Indoor gym with sauna
  • Outdoor yoga and meditation spaces
  • Basketball court
  • Game room
  • Outdoor walking paths
  • Lounges with TVs
  • Private workspaces

Types of Treatment with Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Other benefits of inpatient addiction treatment have to do with the wider range of therapies to which you have access. With shorter programs, you might only have a few weekly hours dedicated to individual and group therapy. With inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, you have a few hours every day. 

Even if you only complete a four-week inpatient rehab program, you are still benefiting from significantly more services and sessions than you would with an outpatient program.

Family Therapy

Addiction impacts everyone around you, including your family. Addiction can cause communication issues, mistrust, enabling behavior, codependency, and resentment. With inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, you can participate in family therapy. Your sessions can provide a safe space for family to discuss their feelings and experiences. It is also a place to learn more about addiction and the role of family in future sobriety. 

Inpatient programs might have visitation, weekend family trips, and regular family therapy. These can all provide chances to improve how you communicate with your loved ones and, how they express themselves to you, how to help you during your treatment and after. 

Holistic Treatment

Residential drug and alcohol rehab also provides a chance to learn through holistic treatment. Holistic care takes many forms, and these supplement therapies can be most beneficial for specific addictions, mental health issues, or behaviors. Some popular, evidence-based holistic treatment includes:

  • Yoga
  • Mindfulness
  • Meditation
  • Art therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Outdoor therapy

Group Therapy

Short 12-step programs are an important part of ongoing inpatient care. These might be provided at your treatment facility and after you finish, in a local community. Community meetings allow people from your area an opportunity to build relationships with one another, meet in an anonymous and respectful environment, and learn from one another.

When you are ready to get help with your addiction, you might have a few days or a few weeks to prepare for your first day of treatment. Worrying about what to expect during the admissions process or the first few weeks of treatment is common.

Start Your Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab

The first step to getting real help is asking. This can be the most challenging part of recovery. Admitting you have a problem and asking for help takes great courage, but sending us a message or calling us can start the process quickly and painlessly.

Once you’ve reached out to our team, we will speak with you about our admissions process. During this time, you’ll undergo an initial evaluation so that we better understand your circumstances, your history of addiction or recovery, and what therapies might work best for you given the circumstances.

We will also discuss the potential cost of any recommended treatment. These costs can typically be offset by insurance coverage. If you have health insurance, we can verify your benefits and help you find alternative payment methods for any remaining costs.

Once we coordinate the type of treatment you want, it’s time to take action and start your recovery. Contact Liberty House Recovery Center today to learn more about our inpatient drug rehab in Michigan.

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