Residential Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Abuse

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Residential Treatment

for Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Struggling with drug or alcohol abuse can be a daily challenge. Depending on the level of addiction, simply trying to starve off the drugs in one's own space will not be enough. In that case, residential or inpatient rehab can become an important option to consider for anyone struggling with the addiction and their loved ones.

California Care Recovery, in Orange County, California, offers residential treatment for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Customized treatment plans can be developed to satisfy individual needs and diagnoses. Inpatient rehab can include therapy, medication management, and holistic methods of treatment.

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What is Residential Rehab?

Residential rehab, also known as inpatient treatment, describes a version of addiction treatment in which the patient resides full-time in a facility that specializes in drug and alcohol addiction. Inpatient treatment often comes after a detox from the drugs and alcohol in the patient’s system.

California Care Recovery’s inpatient rehab provides 24/7 care and service. Patients are surrounded by and in the care of medical and mental health professionals like doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, nutritionists, drug and alcohol addiction specialists, and counselors. They also typically participate in a custom-built program including both physical detoxes and mental health services like therapy and counseling.

Patients in an inpatient rehab center live in the facility during their substance abuse treatment. They may have a room for themselves or share it with a roommate. The goal of full-time care is to ensure all their needs are taken care of as they recover from their alcohol or drug addiction.

Benefits of Inpatient Rehab

Drug rehab can seem like a last resort for individuals struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Residential treatment’s comprehensive nature also makes it immensely beneficial for recovery from any type of substance use disorder, for a few important reasons.

Most importantly, studies repeatedly show the importance of multiple types of concurrent substance abuse treatment to fight substance use disorder. In other words, just detox or just therapy is not enough. A combination of healing both the mind and body is essential, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse keeps a running tally of every treatment option.
But in isolation, and on the patient's own time, it can be difficult to leverage all of them. A full-time in-person treatment program ensures that the patient gets all the help they need at every end of the equation, including care around the clock from qualified professionals.
This supervision can also contribute significantly to patient safety. Especially during the earlier detox phases, recovery can be dangerous. The full-time care of qualified professionals ensures the safety of the patient and those around them.
Finally, recovering in a full-time residential facility means removing the individual from anyone and anything that could trigger a relapse. Instead, they're able to build a sense of community with others in their situation, creating a healthier situation to support holistic recovery from the ground up.

What Happens During Inpatient Rehab

To a large degree alcohol rehab schedules and nuances depending on the individual patient. That's because personalized recovery schedules and programs are much more effective than a one-size-fits-all approach.
Based on an initial assessment, the patient will be asked to join a short-term or long-term residential rehab program. Both include full-time care, with a regimented breakfast that starts at breakfast and ends with evening recreational activities.
A typical daily schedule may include:
  • Cognitive therapy
  • Medication-assisted therapy
  • Family therapy
  • And more
Of course, not every day will include every one of these activities. Instead, a comprehensive drug treatment plan will provide structure to the patient's day and week to ensure a steady and successful path on the road to recovery.
The most important part of in-patient rehab will be the help and guidance provided to patients around the clock. In addition to community activities, patients will always be able to work with and lean on medical and mental health professionals for guidance and support. The result is a more guided, structured, and safer approach to recovery than outpatient services typically provide.

Signs Inpatient Rehab May be Needed

Not every patient looking to fight substance use disorder may need residential or inpatient rehab. Instead, this type of program will be most beneficial for patients that can benefit from the structured and safe environment it provides.
The most common signs that an individual suffering from alcohol or drug addiction may need inpatient rehab include:
  • A high risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms, especially in the early stages of the treatment
  • Bad influences that could keep the patient from a successful recovery in their own home, like a strained family relationship
  • Previous unsuccessful tries to fight substance use disorder on their own or in an outpatient program
  • A history of relapses after an initially successful attempt at fighting substance use disorder
  • Struggles with concurring mental health conditions, like depression, that could make the addiction worse or rehab more difficult
  • Low motivation for change could lead to not following suggested treatments when left to their own devices
Any of these signs point to inpatient rehab being the better option to build and execute a full recovery plan. Of course, the guidance of a medical professional should always be taken into account and followed as well when determining what type of treatment plan will be best.

Inpatient Rehab in Orange County

Inpatient rehab, in the right environment, has the potential to be immensely successful for patients suffering from drug or alcohol abuse. Of course, it's vitally important to find the right facility for your Orange County rehab to ensure a successful treatment.
California Care Recovery provides residential treatment for anyone struggling with drug or alcohol abuse in Mission Viejo, California. Our 3.5-level of care certification by the American School of Addiction Medicine allows us to offer high-level clinical residential services for adolescents and adults suffering from substance use disorder.
Our approach prioritizes both the initial detox and long-term recovery plan. Dual diagnosis allows us to treat mental health conditions alongside drug and alcohol addiction. The residential rehab program focuses on addressing the root causes of the disease, helping you or your loved one recover from the ground up, and minimizing the chance of a relapse.
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Recovery Starts Here!

At California Care Recovery, we are here to be a positive force for mental health. We’re open 24/7 and offer same day admissions. If you or a loved one is seeking effective treatment for issues of mental health, call us now.
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