inpatient alcohol rehab

Residential alcohol treatment programs are a great option to receive focused care in a home-like setting to provide a smooth transition from detox to treatment and therapy. Clients are able to receive the 24/7 physical, emotional, and psychological support they need from an experienced clinical team. Inpatient alcohol rehab provides a safe and supportive environment for those battling addiction to heal from the damage alcohol does to their brain and their body. The team at Solution Based Treatment is on call to answer any questions you may have about our rehab programs and services. 

The Benefits of Inpatient Rehab 

There are very structured, measurable benefits to going through rehab at a residential inpatient facility. Clients are less distracted by outside influences, have fewer cravings or temptations to drink, and have support any time they need it. Plus, if they are dealing with a mental health or eating disorder, co-occurring disorders can be treated simultaneously while in treatment. 

Psychological 

A variety of psychological therapies are available at an inpatient rehab. Therapies can address the history of alcohol consumption and abuse and the challenges of trying to get sober now. A customized individual treatment plan will be developed for each person based on their addiction’s unique circumstances. When researching addiction treatment centers, it’s important to know if they treat co-occurring psychological disorders like bipolar disorder, anxiety, or depression alongside substance use disorders.

Emotional 

Emotional healing shouldn’t be overlooked as part of the addiction treatment process. At an inpatient rehab, clients benefit from emotional safety and peace of mind knowing their whole being is being cared for around the clock as they go through this difficult part of their lives. While there is no downplaying the importance of focusing on treating the physical addiction and dependence on substances as well as any co-occurring disorders, the emotional support received in inpatient rehab is just as important to overall treatment and recovery.

Physical 

An inpatient rehab should offer clients a medically safe environment to detox from alcohol or any substance they are addicted to. After detox, psychological counseling and other therapies are offered to help retrain how the brain responds to the temptation to drink alcohol again. Withdrawal from the dependence on alcohol, or any substance, will be hard. The process takes a toll on the body, and this is where having a medical team be there during the process is immensely beneficial. Detox at home is hard and has a very high rate of failure and relapse. 

What to Expect in Alcohol Rehab

The stigma around going to therapy still exists. So, there are many people out there who need help and don’t get it. The reality is that addiction rehab and therapy are necessary for a successful recovery. During rehab, clients are able to gain insight into their addiction, identify the triggers that caused them to turn to alcohol, and work with professionals every day on a plan to be substance-free for good. Many may learn that an unknown mental health disorder was the reason for their substance abuse or addiction but be able to treat it alongside their addiction as part of their rehab.

At SBT, the goal of all of our rehab and treatment programs is to arm clients with the tools and skills they need for a healthy and alcohol-free future. Some of the treatment programs we offer include:

At Solution Based Treatment, some of the therapies available include evidence-based and holistic therapies. This includes cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), our Rock to Recovery music therapy program, and relapse prevention programs. Faith-based recovery therapies are also available. In addition to residential inpatient rehab, we offer:

Contact the SBT team today at 833.999.1941 to learn about our life-affirming addiction treatment options.

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