Substance abuse can quickly take over your life and progress into an addiction, leaving you feeling powerless. However, treatment programs are always available if you feel ready to enter recovery.
Inpatient rehab can be an excellent choice if you are looking for treatment options for a substance use disorder. It is also the safest option for people with addictions to opioids or alcohol.
We provide accredited inpatient and outpatient treatment programs at our treatment centers. Each of our inpatient treatment centers maintains a holistic approach to recovery that puts the individual first. Get in touch with us today at (855) 430-9439 if you think you might have a substance use disorder and would like to learn more about treatment programs available to you.
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Rehab for Substance Use Disorders
Rehab centers are often the best place for someone with a substance use disorder to receive treatment and recover.
A treatment facility specializing in addiction provides a safe, confidential and supportive environment for you or a loved one to heal from the effects of long-term substance abuse.
Whether you’re looking for:
- inpatient alcohol rehab,
- opioid rehab,
- or your substance abuse relates to another drug;
we are here for you. Our rehab centers are professional healthcare facilities with accredited and experienced staff to help you detox and recover as comfortably as possible.
What is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab is a treatment that involves a short-term stay at a rehab center. If you decide inpatient rehab is for you, you’ll stay at our treatment facility for an agreed time and partake in a treatment program designed to help you recover from your addiction.
Addiction treatment usually works best when provided by professionals. This option can be more effective for those with severe addictions that can require medication-assisted treatment, along with a range of other ongoing inpatient treatment options.
Not all treatment providers will offer inpatient rehab programs. Some offer treatment services that are limited to outpatient. Although outpatient treatment is also an effective method, it’s not the best treatment method for everyone.
What We Provide in Our Inpatient Alcohol Rehab and Drug Rehab Treatment Programs
Alcohol and substance abuse treatment often follow a similar framework. However, at Zinnia Health, we have a range of highly experienced professionals providing individualized treatment options for those needing alcohol rehab or drug rehab.
We tailor our treatment programs to suit you, so you can be sure that you’ll always receive the best healthcare. We understand that everyone is different, so what works for one person may not work for another.
We provide a range of treatment options and have highly experienced staff members with broad knowledge and experience relating to substance abuse, addiction and alcoholism.
Some people may benefit from different treatment methods than others. For example,
- Family therapy can work for some people but not for others.
- Group therapy can benefit those who feel comfortable in a group setting.
- Individual therapy may be best for those more comfortable alone.
We believe that everyone deserves the best care possible. We understand that many people with drug addictions also suffer from mental health issues. This is why our addiction treatment program also focuses on mental health issues behavioral health, and overall wellness.
Another inpatient treatment center may provide less comprehensive addiction treatment programs. We believe our approach focuses on the complexities of addiction and tackles the issue at its core. Some people may need a dual diagnosis and modified treatment program to thrive.
How Our Inpatient Rehab Centers are Beneficial for Addiction Treatment & Mental Health
We use a range of treatment options to treat both addiction and mental health issues. Mental health treatment is at the center of our approach. We believe there is often a strong link between mental health problems and addiction, which is why we’ll often take a dual diagnosis approach to addiction treatment.
Our treatment services are designed to continue past detoxification, as we believe that this is just the first step of addiction treatment. Addiction is a multifaceted issue that is as much about physical health as it is about psychological and behavioral health.
We use behavioral therapy methods in our treatment programs for alcohol abuse and substance abuse treatment. Short-term, quick-fix methods aren’t useful in addiction recovery. We believe that the key to relapse prevention is truly understanding your addiction, why you use, and how to stop.
Understanding your addiction means learning the triggers that make you reach for a substance. We explore the thoughts and behaviors that have become such an integral part of your addiction and reframe these using behavioral therapy.
Understanding Detox at Inpatient Rehab Programs
When many people think about addiction treatment, they automatically think of detoxification (detox). This is where you abstain from taking a substance or drinking alcohol and allow your body to rid all traces of it naturally. Although this is paramount to the addiction recovery process, it is only a small part of a larger program.
Detoxing can be uncomfortable for anyone with an addiction. Detoxing at an inpatient drug or inpatient alcohol rehab center can be the safest and most comfortable way to detox.
This is because you’ll always be under the supervision of healthcare professionals, and the level of care you receive will be second-to-none.
Medication-Assisted Treatment Detox
Some people require a medication-assisted treatment detox. This is where they will be given medication to manage the withdrawal symptoms that come with detoxification from drug abuse.
Withdrawal symptoms can be severe for those with an addiction to opiates or alcohol; without medical supervision and intervention, detoxing can be very dangerous. Inpatient rehab centers like ours provide you with a confidential, comfortable, and safe space to detox.
Once you have completed detox, we focus on using a range of inpatient addiction treatment options as part of the recovery process. This is key to relapse prevention and often involves attending group therapy and support groups.
However, we know this isn’t for everyone, which is why we’ll work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that caters to your needs and works for you.
Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Centers
Everyone’s substance use disorder is different, from alcohol addiction to drug abuse addiction. For some people, minimal intervention is required to help them recover. However, this largely depends on the substance the person is addicted to and how much of it they consume.
Furthermore, the length of someone’s addiction can make a huge difference. If you have regularly consumed a substance for many years, your learned behaviors, tolerance and dependence on the drug will likely be more ingrained and intense.
For people with less severe addictions, outpatient options can be sufficient. An outpatient treatment program involves the person attending sessions at the rehab center regularly but does not involve a residential stay.
This way, they still live in the community while they are recovering from their addiction but still have a level of intervention from addiction professionals.
The Difference Between Residential Treatment & Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Drug Addiction
Intensive outpatient treatments are another option for drug addiction recovery. The intensive outpatient treatment option is a middle ground between inpatient residential treatment and outpatient treatment.
With this treatment option, the patient visits the rehab center more regularly than a standard outpatient (on an intensive schedule). They may also be given a treatment plan that includes attending various sessions in the community. This can mean attending support groups or therapy sessions.
What to Expect from Substance Abuse Treatment
When entering inpatient rehab, it’s natural to feel apprehensive. Knowing what to expect can make you feel more prepared. Remember, not everything you read on the internet or hear from friends is true.
Substance abuse treatment programs can vary between rehab centers, but here’s what you can expect with Zinnia Health.
Transparency With Friends and Family
Investigating inpatient drug rehab centers and entering the treatment process can be an emotional time. We recommend informing close, supportive friends and family members of your brave decision.
They will be able to better support you post-treatment and cheer you on while in one of our drug or inpatient alcohol rehab programs.
This is important as substance use disorders differ for everyone. In the inpatient assessment, your substance abuse will be discussed so we can get a better picture of your substance use disorder.
We’ll also discuss your:
- mental health,
- how we can help you detox, and
- recommend the best treatment programs for you.
Success in addiction treatment is highly dependent on creating a structured and appropriate healthcare plan for the individual.
Payment for your treatment will also be assessed. If your insurance doesn’t cover an inpatient stay, we’ll direct you to financing, payment assistance and state aid options to help you get the treatment you need. Want to talk about entering rehab? Email our treatment facility.
When entering addiction treatment, detox is the first phase. The level of intervention you require will depend on the substance you are detoxing from. Detox can be uncomfortable, and most people will experience withdrawal symptoms to some extent.
For some people, withdrawal symptoms can be severe and require medication to relieve them. Remember, though: at our inpatient rehab facility we understand the complexity of substance use disorders.
Our accredited treatment programs are designed to make detox as comfortable as possible for you. We will always assess whether medication-assisted treatment is for you and provide it as required.
Therapy and Counseling
Your mental health is a key concern at Zinnia Health. At our inpatient rehab center we understand the importance of therapy and counseling in our inpatient, outpatient, and residential treatment programs. Your drug addiction has affected your overall wellness.
Often, people are unaware of how much of an impact addiction has on behavioral health. Rebuilding your life with loved ones and family members may be on your mind. Family therapy can be a helpful way to promote this.
We always provide a confidential environment for patients to explore this aspect of their addiction. Substance abuse treatment isn’t about detox alone. Often your mental health and behavioral health require ongoing treatment.
After completing your inpatient rehab program, you will typically still require an additional level of intervention. This is to help prevent relapse and is known as aftercare. This can include regular outpatient meetings, contact with case managers, or access to other outpatient services.
Case managers will normally assess the level of aftercare or access to outpatient services you require when you leave drug or alcohol rehab centers.
Your case managers will also help you prepare for the outside world and maintain sobriety. This is a challenge that’s best met with a good support system and continuing treatment.
Funding Inpatient Rehab – Do We Accept Medicare and Medicaid?
It is natural to have concerns over the inpatient addiction treatment cost. We offer a range of payment options to our patients. This includes paying for your treatment via your health insurance or as a cash payment. Many people pay for their treatment with their health insurance, but this option depends on your coverage policy.
Some health insurance companies may only cover some stages of the inpatient treatment program. It’s important to check your policy to avoid disappointment. We accept payment from most insurance providers, including Medicaid, but it’s always best to contact us to check whether we accept yours.
If your insurance doesn’t cover an inpatient stay, and you cannot pay privately, there may still be options. We want you to get the addiction treatment you need. So, we’ll always direct you to financing, payment assistance and state aid sources where possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s normal to have concerns and questions about inpatient treatment. Contact us today for answers to more of your rehab treatment questions.
1. What’s the Shortest Time You Can Stay In Rehab?
Technically, release from rehab should come after:
- full detox
- treatment completion
- aftercare prep
This could take 1-2 months on the short end or longer. The key is not leaving rehab before full healing (both mentally and physically) has taken place.
2. Am I Allowed to Leave Rehab Programs?
Yes, you can leave an inpatient rehab program at any time. A rehab program must be completed voluntarily. This makes for a more effective treatment and a better end result.
If you feel the need to leave halfway through rehab, though, you won’t receive complete, quality treatment which could put your recovery at risk.
3. What Are the Most Effective Treatments?
The most effective inpatient rehab treatments are created around your individual needs. By far, the most effective methods are the ones which address the physical and mental strain of addiction along with existing mental health disorders.
Combined, these treatment methods will help address the entirety of your addiction struggles and set you up for future success.
Get Help with Entering Inpatient Treatment Today
Making the decision to start one of our treatment programs is an achievement in itself. Interested in our inpatient treatment or one of our intensive outpatient programs?
We’re here to support you every step of the way. Whether you enter residential treatment or want to visit us in outpatient, you can be sure that our accredited recovery center is the right place for you.
Relapse prevention and great mental health is what we aim for in all our treatment programs. Our team of highly experienced addiction professionals will create a treatment plan that works for you. Get in touch with Zinnia Health today to learn more.