Is an inpatient drug rehab right for you or your loved one? When choosing between inpatient drug rehab or outpatient services, it’s helpful to understand the dynamics of addiction and assess your specific situation to determine whether inpatient or outpatient drug rehab is most appropriate.
If you are struggling to keep a regular, daily schedule because of addiction, enrolling in an inpatient drug addiction treatment can be particularly beneficial. This can help you establish daily routines with accountability mechanisms for sticking with schedules and following through.
Inpatient drug rehab also offers a stable environment for learning new skills, attitudes and behaviors that will result in long-term recovery. This is advantageous if you are in a toxic or unsafe environment that is making it difficult for you to pursue continuous recovery.
Another common problem is that long-term drug use steals the ability to create and maintain healthy relationships. With our inpatient drug program, we can provide you with abundant opportunities to learn and practice complex and challenging social skills in a controlled environment.
When you decide to enter an inpatient drug treatment program, you will first undergo a thorough assessment to help establish a plan of action known as a “treatment plan.” If you need to detox from drugs, you will often require the round-the-clock care of an inpatient situation in order to assure comfort and safety during your withdrawal period.
After detox, the treatment program becomes the focus of your day-to-day life. You will begin to learn about the disease of addiction in a structured, supportive inpatient environment. With stressful circumstances and negatively influencing factors removed, you can start working on building or rebuilding life skills, developing new habits, and cultivating new attitudes.
You might feel reluctant about starting a residential drug treatment program because of the amount of commitment required, as well as the intensity of daily treatment. However, our staff members working in our inpatient residential treatment center are trained to provide plenty of emotional support for the work that needs to be accomplished.
We believe family support is also important, that’s why we encourage family participation in your recovery. In addition, members of the therapeutic community that exists within a residential program are always enthusiastic to provide encouragement to help you face the challenges of recovery.
Anaheim Lighthouse offers a full-spectrum, inpatient drug rehab program with the benefit of multiple treatment options. Our highly-qualified therapists and addiction counselors collaborate with you to create treatment plans to address your specific needs. Individual and group psychotherapy, alcohol and drug education, classes on life skills and coping mechanisms, introduction to 12-step programs – all contribute to the opportunity for a robust, holistic drug rehab experience and long-term recovery.
Our inpatient treatment center is located on a peaceful, residential street. We have recently renovated the facilities so that you can experience a warm and comfortable, homelike setting when you arrive. Our center offers large and airy rooms, complete kitchen and food preparation areas, laundry facilities and spacious picnic and patio areas.
Each building is licensed by the California Department of Health Care Services and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Residential Facilities (CARF), an international organization that accredits only the top treatment centers in the U.S. It all adds up to an affordable drug rehab option if you’re seeking long-term drug rehab in a high-quality, inpatient setting.
Get in touch with our Southern California drug and alcohol rehab directly. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, call us at (877) 959-5909.
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