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Choosing to get help for addiction for yourself or a loved one takes great courage. After you’ve made the important step to reach out for treatment, you still have to choose which level of care is best. At Liberty House, we can help you decide whether our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs are best for your situation.
Call our team to learn more about our Michigan inpatient programs and what therapies we use at our Bloomfield Hills drug rehab.
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Inpatient vs. Outpatient
There are several levels of care when it comes to drug and alcohol treatment. The most intense and supportive level of care is inpatient care. Inpatient care is different from outpatient care primarily because you live at our Bloomfield Hills drug rehab center full-time during your program, and you commit yourself to a full-time schedule of daily services, amenities, and therapy sessions.
Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is best for people who:
- May not have supported living environments
- Want to be able to step away from work, school, or personal responsibilities
- Need constant supervision
- Have tried rehab in the past and experienced a relapse
- Have tried outpatient programs in the past but need something with more structure and support
Inpatient programs at our facility are often in 30-day increments, which gives you enough time to work with your individual and group therapists to better understand the causes of your addiction and develop the coping mechanisms you need to overcome triggers once you leave our
Bloomfield Hills Michigan drug rehab center.
Reach out to Liberty House to learn more about what length of drug and alcohol treatment is best for you.
Causes of Addiction
For many people, there are underlying addiction causes that are genetic and environmental. Some individuals are more likely to develop an addiction because of their genetics, but exposure to trauma or stress, especially early in life, can increase that vulnerability.
Causes can include:
- Trauma in childhood
- Trauma in adulthood
- Mental health disorders
- Family members who use
Addiction can cause physical and mental side effects, including secondary mental health disorders. That’s why effective drug and alcohol rehab includes a lot of counseling and therapy to identify those genetic and environmental causes and treat the side effects of addiction.
Liberty House is here. Reach out to our team today for a confidential assessment and learn how our top-rated drug and alcohol rehab in Michigan can help you or a loved one today.
Why Choose Inpatient Treatment
Therapy in addiction treatment is designed to move from an understanding of addiction causes all the way through to coping mechanisms. It’s this latter part that helps you prevent relapse by recognizing what factors might put you at risk for additional substance abuse.
With inpatient treatment, you can participate in intensive, full-time recovery programs that give you enough sessions to move through that progression from understanding the causes in your life to successfully developing coping skills. The longer you remain in treatment, the more time you can dedicate to creating and applying coping mechanisms which reduce your risk of relapse.
Ready to learn more? Call our team at 1-866-686-0319 to discuss the benefits of our Bloomfield Hills drug rehab programs.
What to Expect with
When you come to our drug rehab in Bloomfield Hills, you can expect to go through a quick assessment on your first day, during which time we will ask questions about the following:
- Your mental health
- Your physical health
- Your drug or alcohol history
- Mental health in your family
- History of addiction in your family
These topics help us determine the best type of program moving forward.
For example, a client who has a history of bipolar disorder in their family might need dual diagnosis services to treat co-occurring mental health and addiction.
But a similar client who has no history of mental health disorders but has a history of outpatient treatment followed by relapse might need a much different program.