Inpatient Drug Rehab
Top Rated Residential Drug Rehab Program in Los Angeles
If you are living with an addiction to an illicit drug or prescription drug, you are not alone. More than 22 million people in the U.S. have a substance addiction. Yet, a mere fraction of these will seek treatment for their drug abuse/addiction problem. Will you?
Sylvan Detox is a leading Los Angeles residential rehab that offers clinically supervised detox and inpatient rehab programs. Our programs are based on evidence-based treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy. We also offer alternative and holistic treatments such as saltwater therapy. Collectively, our treatments target each aspect of drug addiction, helping our clients build a strong foundation for long-term recovery. If you are struggling with an addiction to opioids, meth, or some other drug, the time to protect your health and future is right now.
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab or residential rehab refers to treatment programs where clients reside at the treatment facility for the duration of their treatment program. Clients attend treatment sessions throughout the day with structured breaks for rest and relaxation and then spend the night at the rehab in their own private or semi-private rooms rather than return to their homes or leave the facility.
Intensive rehab programs offer a high degree of support, which is ideal for people just beginning their recovery experience. Inpatient rehab often includes medical detox, which targets the physical dependence associated with drug addiction. It’s not uncommon for people to begin their recovery journey at an inpatient rehab and then transition to outpatient therapy as they grow in stability and are able to begin the process of rebuilding their lives in a post-addiction environment.
What Is Inpatient Rehab Like?
Inpatient rehab at Sylvan Detox involves our safe and positive setting. We provide 24-hour monitoring during medical detox and around-the-clock support for clients during their stay with us. Our clinicians are specialists in the field of addiction. Clients will meet with their therapists on an individual basis and in group therapy sessions. Sylvan features a comfortable setting with amenities like a community lounging area, spacious outdoor property, and chef-prepared meals. We offer a wide range of treatment approaches that include psychotherapy, creative healing, distress tolerance, anger management, and much more. We also individualize treatment plans to ensure that clients get the therapy they need to achieve their recovery milestones.
What to Expect During Inpatient Rehab
When you enroll in inpatient rehab at Sylvan Detox, you can expect a psychological evaluation to begin your recovery path. An evaluation helps addiction specialists uncover your treatment needs, which may include dual diagnosis treatment for a mental health condition, family therapy, or some other type of treatment that’s relevant to your situation. If needed, you first undergo medical detox in order to overcome your physical dependence on drugs. Once the drug is out of your system, you’ll be able to focus on your inpatient rehab therapies.
During your residential rehab program, you can expect to identify the triggers that cause you to stress and have led to or impacted your drug use. You’ll spend time in individual treatment and group treatment developing strategies to manage these triggers so you can prevent relapse. You can also expect our clinicians to provide empathetic support throughout your stay, helping you successfully manage your condition.
How Long Does Inpatient Rehab Last in Los Angeles?
The length of time that an inpatient rehab program lasts varies. Generally, rehab programs last 30, 60, or 90 days. Some people need more time to reach recovery milestones before they’re ready to transition back to their lives. It might be helpful to know that the longer a person spends in rehab, according to researchers, the less likely they are to relapse. Although it’s natural for people to want to get back to their lives, the treatment process is a crucial time. Taking the time needed to address each treatment need can be the key to recovery success.
30 Day Rehab
30 day treatment programs are popular with many people who enroll in inpatient treatment. Again, some people choose to reside in rehab longer; others might choose to transition to outpatient therapy after a month of residential treatment. Although Sylvan doesn’t offer outpatient drug rehab programs at our facility, many of our network rehab partners in the Los Angeles area do.
60 Day Rehab
Many clients prefer to immerse themselves in their recovery process for 60-day programs. A person who has been struggling with addiction for a long time can benefit by spending more time in rehab. It takes time to ‘undo’ the unhealthy patterns of thinking and behaving. A long rehab stay affords clients with the time they need to develop new, healthy patterns of living.
90 Day Rehab
People who have a severe addiction, multiple addictions, or have been addicted for a long time can benefit from 90-day drug treatment programs. These programs may also be ideal for clients with a dual diagnosis, as they’ll have more time in therapy to learn how to manage both of their conditions effectively. Three months in a rehab facility might seem like a long time, but for a person who has been addicted for several years and has abused drugs and alcohol for a good portion of their adult life (or begun to abuse drugs as a teen) may need this to make the changes needed to support a sober lifestyle.
Why Choose Sylvan Detox for Residential Drug Rehab?
Don’t put off getting the treatment you need to end your dependence on drugs. Today, most insurance plans cover at least some portion of substance abuse treatment. Contact Sylvan Detox to discuss our enrollment process, accepted insurance plans, and treatment programs. Let our experienced addiction specialists individualize a treatment plan just for you. Remember that drug addiction is a chronic disease. It won’t go away until you can manage it effectively with strategies learned in rehab. The sooner you begin therapy, the sooner you can end your unhealthy relationships with drugs or alcohol.
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