Residential Treatment

The key to addressing any degree of addiction or any substance abuse problem is with the help of an inpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment center.  It is these programs that offer the most competent and the best ways out of the addiction nightmare that is currently being faced in this country, and it is this approach that helps people the most.

Residential treatment centers present the most value to people merely because they offer more capable and more intensive services.  At a residential center, people can enter into the program and work their way through it and gain the tools and the understanding necessary to stay off of drugs and alcohol for the rest of their lives.

How Does Residential Treatment Differ from Other Programs?

A residential addiction treatment program provides 24/7 access to medical and clinical services while the patient resides at the facility throughout their treatment process.  Each patient receives daily reassessment to determine their progress.  These assessments are used to plan how the program should be adjusted according to their person’s current status.

During their time in a residential program, patients benefit from some activities and classes that help them develop coping skills and relapse prevention strategies.  Regularly scheduled group and individual counseling sessions help the person understand the reasons behind their addiction and gives them an opportunity to share their story with others.  They also benefit from the daily interaction with others who are going through the same experiences with their addictions.

Some of the program options of a residential facility can include, but are not limited to:

      • Group, Individual, and Family Counseling
      • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
      • Skills Training
      • Relaxation Techniques
      • Communication Skills
      • Exercise and Fitness Routines
      • Nutritional Guidance
      • Music and Art Therapy
      • Spiritual or Faith-Based Programs
      • Aftercare Services

Studies show that the longer a person remains in a treatment program, the more likely they are to avoid relapse in the future.  For this reason, a residential program is considered the most effective treatment method available today.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse is a National Concern Today

For a glimpse at how bad addiction has gotten in the US today, consider the following:

      • Studies now show to us that about 20 percent of young adults will have tried an illegal drug by the age of eighteen and about 50 percent of them will have gotten drunk by the age of eighteen, setting the stage for some concerning drug and alcohol addiction problems.  Because their brains are not yet fully developed, young people are a lot more at risk for suffering permanent damage from a substance abuse habit than older adults are.  In fact, young adults are statistically speaking three to four times more likely to become addicted to drugs and alcohol as the result of abusing a substance just one time than an older adult.
      • According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, drug and alcohol abuse has been spreading throughout the nation.  Before the turn of the century, drug and alcohol abuse and addiction were almost exclusively an urban problem.  Now though, drug and alcohol abuse and addiction are such that people from all walks of life are trying to find their path to freedom from even the harshest of substance abuse issues.

If you would like more information regarding residential treatment, or to get started towards a new life of sobriety and abstinence, contact Awakenings today.

 

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