Inpatient Drug And Alcohol Rehab
Flagler Health and Wellness treatment programs are licensed on a state level to provide inpatient rehab for substance use disorder.
What is Inpatient Addiction Treatment?
Inpatient rehab for substance use disorder (drug and alcohol addiction) is an intensive level of care that typically occurs after medical detox and involves therapy, medication management, relapse prevention, and 24/7 medical monitoring. The treatment approaches taken and the level of care offered in residential rehab programs can vary, but almost all of them include different types of therapy, medical care, and other support services. Designed to help people with serious and complex addictions through the recovery process, residential treatment programs require patients to stay full-time at a particular rehabilitation and treatment center sometimes for as long as three months. During that time, patients address their substance use disorder and any co-occurring (Dual Diagnosis) behavioral health challenges or dual diagnoses with emotional, social, psychological, and medical support from trained addiction staff.
The Benefits of Inpatient Treatment
Both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs offer different benefits and serve different types of patients with different types of needs. Inpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs generally offer the following benefits:
- Residential treatment programs provide safety and aim to keep patients as comfortable as possible during detox and withdrawal.
- Inpatient alcohol treatment and drug rehab centers have a higher success rate than outpatient programs.
- Inpatient rehabilitation programs provide 24-hour support.
- Inpatient addiction treatment programs operate outside of the stressors of daily life and work, so patients can really focus.
- The community bonds formed between patients in alcohol inpatient and inpatient drug treatment programs can also be very beneficial in recovery.
- Inpatient treatment facilities also often provide help and resources, such as aftercare or a sober living house, to reduce stress when it’s time to transition back into “normal” life.
How long is a treatment stay? Do we offer any shorter lengths of stay?
Treatment stays may last anywhere from 2 weeks to several months throughout the entire treatment experience based on the individual needs of each patient.
Types of Addiction Best Treated With Inpatient Care
Inpatient drug rehabilitation facilities serve best those patients who are struggling to manage symptoms and cravings in outpatient care, have made efforts at rehabilitation before and been unsuccessful, or who have complex addictions. Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab may also be the best choice for patients who need Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction. While some outpatient programs include medication-assisted therapy, for many patients in need of Medication-Assisted Treatment — especially if they’re undergoing medical detox for alcohol or benzodiazepines — a residential program is ideal.
Drug And Alcohol Rehab In West Palm Beach Florida
If you are looking for help in West Palm Beach, Flagler Health & Wellness is here for you!
Flagler Health and Wellness
1803 S Australian Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33409