Inpatient Drug Rehab & Addiction Treatment in FloridaInformation Provided by Destin Recovery Addiction Treatment Center
Residential/Inpatient Florida Addiction Treatment
Patients enter residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, where they are medically cleared and their withdrawal symptoms have stabilized. They are monitored 24/7 where staff ensures patients are safe, actively involved in their treatment program and are attending regular group therapy and individual therapy sessions. Co-occurring behavioral and mental health issues are addressed, as appropriate. Co-occurring issues commonly treated in an addiction treatment program are depression, bipolar, anxiety, and trauma conditions.
Who Needs Inpatient Treatment?
Residential treatment is a resource-intense high level of care, generally for individuals with severe levels of addiction whose mental health and medical needs and addictive behaviors require a 24-hour structured environment to make recovery possible. These people may have complex psychiatric or medical problems or family issues that interfere with their ability to avoid substance use.
Once detox is complete. Treating the psychological addiction to drugs, alcohol or behaviors is traditionally the second step of the inpatient drug rehab process. Normally, this phase of recovery involves the utilization of medical, psychological and peer support.
Inpatient addiction treatment facilities require those suffering from addiction to live at the rehab center during the duration of the treatment process. Inpatient treatment can be highly effective, with success rates increasing dramatically for those spending at least 30 to 90 days in a program. There are also outpatient treatment options where those seeking help can meet for counseling and medical treatment at predetermined dates and times, but patients continue to live at home during treatment.
Option: Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
PHP is a structured program providing care at least five days a week for no less than six hours per day. Partial Hospitalization Program clients attend daily programming, structured group therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions. They also have greater access to the community and outside support group meetings, while learning how to have fun in recovery through recreational activities and experiential therapies. The purpose of PHP is to move clients away from around-the-clock supervision and gain more real-life experience in the community.
Long-term rehab has a high success rate for those suffering from complex or severe addictions.
Long-term rehab is simply traditional inpatient rehab that involves a long-term stay. It has a high success rate for those suffering from severe addictions, co-occurring disorders, complex medical issues, and also those who are having trouble with chronic relapse.
The length of the program is often determined by the patient’s own progress, and the treatment duration can vary from a single month to upwards of a year. It’s all about patients’ progress in recovery, rather than simply allowing a set period of time to pass.
Inpatient Treatment Guidelines
Treatment for addiction is delivered at varying levels of care in many different settings. Because no single treatment is appropriate for every person, treatments must be tailored for the individual. Based on the consensus of Florida addiction treatment experts, the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) has developed guidelines for determining the appropriate intensity and length of treatment for individuals with substance abuse problems, based on an assessment involving six areas
- Level of intoxication and potential for withdrawal
- Presence of other medical conditions
- Presence of other emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions
- Readiness or motivation to change
- Risk of relapse or continued drug use
- Recovery environment (e.g., family, peers, school, legal system)
With a substance use disorder—as with any other medical condition—treatment must be long enough and strong enough to be effective. Just as an antibiotic must be taken for sufficient time to kill a bacterial infection, even though symptoms may already have subsided, substance abuse treatment must continue for a sufficient length of time to treat the disease. Undertreating addiction—providing lower than the recommended level of care or a shorter length of treatment than recommended—will increase the risk of relapse and could cause the patient, his or her family members, or the referring justice system to lose hope in the treatment because they will see it as ineffective.
Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse
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