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What is Long Term Inpatient Drug Rehab

Our long-term inpatient drug rehab center provides an expanded treatment plan for those struggling with addiction. Substance abuse and dual diagnosis patients require a combination of professional services from mental health and medical providers. These providers work together to evaluate the best combination of therapies for each individual case, creating personalized treatment plans.. Inpatient rehab normally consists of programs lasting 30 to 60 days, where long term rehab programs can last from 90 to even 120 days.  

The purpose behind extended commitment arrangements allows our staff to address chronic addiction to alcohol or drugs. Research shows that long term rehab is the most effective recovery program to tackle addiction disorders.  Our experienced team is here to make sure you sustain abstinence and reclaim or establish a healthy lifestyle when inpatient rehab has been completed. 

Primary Care

Primary Care is a six-month comprehensive residential care program based on a Christ-Centered 12-Step Recovery curriculum. Primary Care incorporates intensive Bible Study, Job Readiness, Character Development, and Life Management Skills components into its therapeutic recovery program. Outside activities are limited during the first four months of Primary Care treatment.

After Care

Aftercare is an optional six-month program offered to participants who have successfully completed Primary Care. Aftercare provides individuals with the opportunity to slowly transition back into their communities. While in Aftercare, participants continue to receive residential services as they seek and obtain employment and attend outside AA/NA meetings. In addition, Aftercare incorporates two additional components of Money Management and Social Skills Enrichment.

Relapse Intervention

Relapse Intervention is designed for individuals who have suffered a relapse in their recovery after completing Primary Care. Relapse Intervention is a flexible term residential program which helps participants to assess the reasons for their relapse and reinforce skills gained during Primary Care treatment. Participants in Relapse Intervention must establish new objectives and goals and develop a relapse prevention plan to successfully aid their road to recovery.

What Can You Expect At Long Term Inpatient Drug Rehab 

Specialized treatment programs within the scope of long-term inpatient drug rehab require short- and long-term goal setting based on individual needs found in the evaluation process. Maintaining an elevated level of support helps ensure the client is consistently meeting benchmarks and constantly moving toward their care goals. Because early recovery is often a challenging time, there is a risk of relapse. In order to address and minimize this risk, learning to cope with triggers is a crucial step in the recovery process. Healthy coping mechanisms involve learning how to make healthy and meaningful choices instead of relying on the quick fix of a substance. 

During your guided recovery process, different therapies and techniques may be utilized, such as:

  • 12 Step therapy 
  • Group therapy 
  • Individual therapy 
  • Developing new life skills 
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)

Benefits of Long-Term Patient Rehab

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Treatment of substance abuse involves a complex skill set to encompass the wide array of key factors to be addressed by the patient. Substance abuse treatment requires a specialized treatment and a comprehensive whole-person approach. Addiction treatment specialists are highly trained to address the unique needs of individuals struggling with addiction.

Everyone has their own clock in healing. Long-term rehab offers that cushion of time that allows the patient to heal at their own rate and does not pressure a quick fix in a certain time. Additionally, long-term patient rehab provides a host of benefits, including:

  • Access to 24/7 support from treatment specialists
  • The opportunity to firmly establish sober strategies for life outside of treatment
  • Life skills training that supports recovery efforts after you leave treatment
  • How to recognize and respond to triggers in a healthy way
  • How to cope with cravings and avoid relapse
  • The ability to build a community of sober peers

Why You May Need Long Term Patient Rehab

Learning how to live life without drugs and alcohol to lean on can be a complicated process. In realizing that life is always complicated, and we never know what to expect, the long-term approach to treatment offers the most stable foundation for an individual to learn what brought them to addiction in the first place, resolve mental health issues, learn positive and healthy coping mechanisms and to be aware of stressors and how to avoid them.

Therapy offers a realistic view into past negative behaviors and allows the individual to come to terms with the past so they can move forward. This process takes hours of self reflection and sharing with a therapist feelings and emotions that have been ignored for an extended period. Learning to communicate with others is a vital skill needed to survive the future society facing the newly substance free individual. Feeling strong and capable is important to their well being in the future straight out of rehab.

Preventing relapse is the goal for living without the team always by your side. Feeling ready to move forward with a clean slate helps in achieving successful decisions and life choices. Using what has been learned in a long-term rehab needs to be reinforced with support groups, continued individual therapies and constant medical attention to supply absolute wellness. Treatments are evolving constantly, but long-term rehab can be the best medicine for the body, mind and soul for an overall successful integration back into a healthy well life. Be sure to offer yourself or a loved one the opportunity for a stable foundation in the world. 

Long-Term Patient Rehab in Dallas

If you or someone you love has been struggling with chronic addiction, or have tried to get sober but can’t seem to make it work, long-term patient rehab is the solution you need. Long-term patient rehab provides the structure, support, and stability to provide the groundwork for long-lasting meaningful recovery. For more information about our long-term patient rehab program call us at 214-943-5010 or contact us today.

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