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Taking back control of your life and reaching out for help is a profound step in your recovery. But what happens next? How do you find the right drug and alcohol rehab center and know whether inpatient or outpatient programs are best? Liberty House can help. 

Call our team today at 1-866-686-0319 for a confidential assessment or to tour our Fenton, Michigan, drug rehab center. 

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Treatment Services

Detox Center in Michigan

Heal your body from drugs & alcohol.
Safely detox from drugs & alcohol surrounded by expert medical staff.
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Residential Treatment

Treating your mind & spirit.
Our residential program offers you an escape from the chains of addiction.
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Unique Therapies

Truly individualized care, just for you.
We utilize effective therapies that focus on the root causes of addiction.
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Substance Abuse

Identify the signs & symptoms.
Explore the signs, symptoms & treatment options for drug addiction.
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Alcoholism

Treating your mind & spirit.
Our residential program offers you an escape from the chains of addiction.
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Dual-Diagnosis

Truly individualized care, just for you.
We utilize effective therapies that focus on the root causes of addiction.
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Is Inpatient Care Right for Me?

There are several levels of drug and alcohol addiction treatment, so it can be challenging to know which level is right for you. Inpatient or residential treatment is the most intense, which means you get the highest level of care.

With an inpatient program, you come to our Fenton drug rehab facility full-time and have a daily schedule outlining the services, appointments, and therapies you will participate in daily.

But how do you know if inpatient care is the right option?

  • Inpatient or residential drug and alcohol rehab is best for individuals who are at a high risk of severe withdrawal symptoms
  • Individuals who have had a relapse in the past stand a higher chance of lasting recovery with an inpatient program
  • Clients who have tried less intense levels of treatment in the past but need ongoing, more intense support benefit the most from inpatient programs
  • Those who are unable to care for themselves or need regular supervision should strongly consider inpatient programs
  • Inpatient treatment is best for people who don’t have supportive living environments or who don’t have family members who will make recovery a priority

Dual Diagnosis Care

All clients can benefit from inpatient drug and alcohol treatment, but you still have to consider what option is best for your overall physical and mental health. If you are struggling with co-occurring mental health disorders like PTSD, depression, or anxiety, it can be much more helpful and effective long term to address all of these issues with an integrative program at our facility. Our integrative programs treat underlying mental health conditions and addiction at the same time.

A residential program offers support and a unique community of individuals who want you to succeed. But figuring out if inpatient care is your best option might require some professional input. When