Residential Treatment

What is Residential Treatment for Drugs & Alcohol?

Residential treatment for drugs and alcohol, also known as inpatient treatment, is a structured and intensive form of addiction treatment where individuals stay at a facility for a specified period. This type of rehab provides a highly supportive and immersive environment, offering round-the-clock care and supervision.

Key features of inpatient treatment include:

  1. Residential Setting:
    • Individuals reside at the treatment facility for the duration of the program, creating a focused and controlled environment.
  2. Structured Schedule:
    • Inpatient programs typically follow a structured daily schedule that includes therapy sessions, group activities, educational sessions, and recreational activities.
  3. Therapeutic Interventions:
    • Various therapeutic modalities are employed, such as individual counseling, group therapy, family therapy, and holistic approaches to address the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of addiction.
  4. Medical Supervision:
    • Inpatient programs utilize medical professionals to monitor and manage the process, address any medical issues, and provide necessary support.
  5. Peer Support:
    • Residents have the opportunity to connect with peers facing similar challenges, fostering a sense of community and mutual support.
  6. Skill Building:
    • Treatment programs focus on developing coping mechanisms, relapse prevention strategies, and life skills essential for maintaining recovery.
  7. Holistic Approach:
    • At Eden Recovery Center, we adopt a holistic approach, addressing overall well-being through fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, and other wellness activities.

Inpatient treatment is often recommended for individuals with severe addiction, those with co-occurring mental health issues, or those who require a supportive and controlled environment to focus on recovery. The immersive nature of inpatient treatment allows individuals to distance themselves from triggers in their daily lives, providing a concentrated period for self-reflection and healing.

How Long Does Residential Treatment Take?

After the crucial initial detox process, our Residential Treatment program steps in to provide a comprehensive and supportive next phase in your recovery journey. At Eden Recovery Center, we recognize that detox is just the beginning, and the transition to Residential Treatment marks a pivotal moment in your path to lasting recovery. Our residential program offers a structured and nurturing environment where individuals can continue to build on the progress made during detox. Through personalized care, evidence-based therapies, and a community of support, we guide you towards a more profound understanding of yourself and the tools necessary for sustained recovery. It’s a collaborative and empowering experience where healing takes root, setting the stage for a brighter and healthier future.

Our Residential Treatment program for drugs and alcohol, usually spanning 28 to 30 days, offers a focused and intensive approach to kickstarting your recovery journey. This program provides a structured and supportive environment to address immediate challenges such as detoxification and stabilization while introducing essential recovery skills. The shorter duration ensures a concentrated, effective intervention, making it a compelling choice for a quick and impactful start to your path to recovery.

What Are Possible Side Effects of Residential Treatment?

Residential Treatment is generally a positive and transformative experience, but individuals may encounter certain challenges or side effects during the process. It’s important to note that these experiences can vary widely among individuals. Some potential side effects may include:

  1. Withdrawal Symptoms:
    • Depending on the substances involved, individuals may experience withdrawal symptoms during the detoxification phase, such as nausea, headaches, insomnia, or mood swings.
  2. Emotional Challenges:
    • Dealing with the emotional aspects of addiction and recovery can be intense. Individuals may experience periods of heightened emotions, ranging from frustration to moments of clarity and self-discovery.
  3. Physical Discomfort:
    • Adjusting to a new routine, engaging in therapeutic activities, and addressing physical health concerns may initially lead to physical discomfort or fatigue.
  4. Resistance to Change:
    • Some individuals may initially resist the changes required for recovery, leading to feelings of discomfort or unease.
  5. Psychological Stress:
    • Engaging in intensive therapy and self-reflection may cause psychological stress as individuals confront past traumas or issues contributing to addiction.

It’s important to emphasize that these potential side effects are a natural part of the recovery process, and the professional staff at Eden Recovery Center is equipped to provide support and guidance. The ultimate goal of our Residential Treatment program is to help individuals overcome these challenges, acquire coping skills, and lay the foundation for ongoing recovery. The benefits of addressing addiction in a residential setting often outweigh these initial challenges, leading to positive and lasting changes in one’s life.

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), private insurance companies are obligated to offer some level of coverage for substance abuse treatment to their members.