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Inpatient Drug Rehab in Michigan
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Overview of Inpatient
Millions of Americans (some as young as age 12) struggle with a severe addiction to drugs or alcohol. Suppose you have previously completed addiction treatment and experienced relapse before returning to addictive habits. In that case, an inpatient drug rehab in Michigan setting, like Liberty House, may be best suited to your rehab needs. In a residential inpatient setting, sometimes called inpatient rehab, patients in need of intensive addiction treatment can receive twenty-four-hour care in a safe, supported, and substance-free environment. During inpatient rehab, patients often have access to a higher level of care that can be provided through individual therapy or therapy provided in an outpatient treatment program.
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Why Do I Need a Michigan Inpatient Drug Rehab
What Exactly is Drug & Alcohol Inpatient Treatment?
There are many different levels of care one may receive in a rehab setting. There are outpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, inpatient residential programs, and a variety of others. There are various reasons to choose residential inpatient treatment over other levels of care. Also, there are conditions or levels of addiction severity that are often better served in a residential setting. Although not a definitive list, some of the most common reasons may be:
- The presence of co-occurring mental (or physical) health disorders
- Previously completing a “lower-level” of addiction treatment in the past (outpatient rehab)
- Having completed treatment previously and experienced a relapse
- Concerns about maintaining sobriety in the outpatient setting
- Specific addictions for which detox can be dangerous
- Lack of adequate supports at home or in the community
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Inpatient vs. Outpatient: Which is Right for Me?
In terms of focus, both inpatient residential and outpatient programs place significant emphasis on treatment and recovery. However, each has unique benefits and qualities that may influence which type or level of care will better your individual treatment needs and goals. Inpatient residential treatment programs in Michigan are intensive programs that require the participant to “live” on the premises throughout the duration of their treatment program. A residential program like Liberty House is often the best option for those struggling with severe addictions or for addicts in recovery who have completed treatment previously and experienced a relapse.
When choosing an inpatient residential addiction treatment program in Michigan, you will need to check into the treatment facility and remain on-site while working with treatment staff to address addictive behaviors. In the residential treatment setting, you have access to physical and psychological care 24/7. Many inpatient programs have higher success rates than other levels of care due to how the residential nature of the treatment environment removes opportunities for triggers or relapse during the most challenging phases of the treatment process.
Outpatient rehab programs allow someone who is struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol to receive essential addiction treatment services while still participating in their day-to-day obligations such as work or family. The structure of the outpatient program will depend on the specific needs of the individual seeking treatment. Participants will attend therapy sessions between three and five days per week for several hours each day. The duration of therapy sessions, the type of therapy provided, and the length of the program will again depend on the treatment needs and goals of the patient.
Outpatient programs often last longer than inpatient residential programs due to their less intensive structure. While choosing an outpatient program may be more convenient in many ways, it does require a longer commitment to treatment and therapy to ensure success. Most outpatient programs last between three and twelve months. During this time, participants are expected to attend scheduled individual and group therapy sessions. Also, depending on the program, regular drug and alcohol screenings are conducted. This is to help ensure program participants are remaining sober and not putting other program members at risk of exposure to substances.
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How to Find the Best Inpatient Rehab in Michigan
Finding the best residential rehab for you is the first and possibly most vital step on your road to recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Completing an inpatient rehab program is essential to achieving sobriety and long-term recovery. The best Michigan rehabs have experienced, compassionate staff who are highly trained in treating co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders or addiction and medical conditions that require simultaneous treatment. Data provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) indicates there are nearly fifteen thousand addiction treatment facilities across the nation; however, it is essential to remember that all are not created equal as they do not provide the same level of services and support. If you are seeking addiction treatment, it can quickly become overwhelming to determine the best rehab for you. To help you decide, you can reach out to your medical provider for guidance and support. They can provide a comprehensive assessment of your treatment needs and offer direction towards the best treatment program for you. You can also contact the admissions team at Liberty House directly. Our knowledgeable team can provide insight and guidance about our programs and how they can help you defeat addiction.
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