Residential Treatment at Solutions 4 Recovery
Getting professional help for a drug or alcohol addiction is one of the most important steps a person can take in their life. Chemical dependency can literally overtake one’s life and will, making a residential treatment program the best option for overcoming addiction. In a structured therapeutic environment, with a well-constructed and individualized treatment plan guiding recovery, the individual will learn how to undo self-destructive thoughts and behaviors and rebuild their life.
Residential, or inpatient, treatment programs provide 24-hour support along with assorted therapies and classes that work together like pieces of a puzzle. By residing at the treatment center, distractions and triggers are removed so the individual can focus entirely on their recovery. The various puzzle pieces come together over the course of the treatment period and culminate in a beautiful, fulfilling new life picture free of addiction.
Core Elements of Residential Treatment
When seeking a high quality residential treatment program, there are certain treatment elements that create a well-rounded and effective program. These provide a multi-disciplinary approach that treats the whole person, not just the diagnosis. These core elements include:
Initial Intake and Assessment
Gaining a thorough picture of the individual’s particular addiction history, medical status, and mental health status is imperative at the outset of the treatment process. The treatment center will conduct an intake interview and assessments to use in designing the customized treatment plan.
Medically Managed Detox and Withdrawal
Getting through the medical detox and withdrawal is the first challenging step of recovery, and having medical supervision can make or break the individual’s chances of completing the process and entering treatment. Monitoring symptoms throughout detox, the detox team will provide medications to mitigate the withdrawal symptoms and enhance comfort.
Individual Psychotherapy Sessions
Getting to the root issues that may underlie a chemical dependency is crucial if the recovery is to be sustained over the long term. Past trauma, abuse, grief and loss, deep-seated emotional pain, and many other factors can drive addiction. Therapy helps the person identify the core issues and work through them.
Peer interaction and support is very helpful while winding through the recovery process. Group therapy sessions help clients engage and share their own stories while providing a layer of social support and accountability. The therapist guides the group with topics that elicit sharing and opportunities to learn from one another.
Family or Couples Therapy
Addiction does not exist in a vacuum. Indeed, addiction impacts everyone in the individual’s sphere, especially those they are closest to. Family or couples therapy can help relationships heal, trust bonds to be reestablished, and teach the parties better ways to communicate, manage anger, and resolve conflicts.
Treatment does not end upon completion of an addiction treatment program. On the contrary, recovery is a lifelong effort and needs to be cultivated and nurtured along the way. After care is an essential aspect of the ongoing recovery process, and that can include outpatient therapy sessions, residing in a sober living environment for awhile, and attending recovery group meetings such as A.A., N.A. or SMART Recovery for added peer support.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
When someone struggles with both a substance use disorder and a co-occurring mental health disorder it is called a dual diagnosis. If there is a dual diagnosis present, both disorders must be treated simultaneously for a successful treatment outcome. This is best handled at an addiction program that specializes in dual diagnosis treatment.
Solutions 4 Recovery is a leading addiction and dual diagnosis treatment provider in Southern California that can help you gain control over your life again. Contact the admissions team at Solutions 4 Recovery at (888) 417-1874 and turn your life around today.
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