Stand-Alone residential treatment centers are generally stand alone buildings that use a dual diagnosis treatment for alcoholism, substance abuse, and mental health issues.
Clients in treatment reside at the facility 24/7, recovering from their addiction under the care of educated professionals. These drug rehab centers sometimes offer other services such as outpatient programs or day treatment, but their primary focus is 24-hour residential in-patient treatment. Not all drug rehab facilities offer the same treatment options, and Drug Abuse Intervention is committed to placing you
or your loved one into the right addiction treatment program for you.
When using private insurance, the average duration of treatment lasts about 20 days; however, federally funded residential treatment programs can offer up to 6 months of treatment. Allow our compassionate intake coordinators to sort out all of your insurance details for you, so that you can focus on your recovery.
Hospital Unit Treatments
Hospital unit based treatment plans are offered by general hospitals. This type of treatment is necessary for clients who are in need of chronic to acute care. Hospital based treatments lasts for a shorter amount of time than addiction recovery programs at a stand-alone residential treatment center, mainly focusing on physical treatment and detox services. Several insurance companies may not cover this type of treatment, so please let us determine your coverage and assess what kind of treatment would be best for you or someone you love. There is no need to spend more time worrying about your coverage. Let us take care of it for you.
Long Term Treatment
Extended care addiction treatment programs are designed for clients who have already completed up to a 30 day program. Long term treatment care is suitable for those who are still displaying addictive behavior, have experienced a relapse after their short term program, or are in need of extra recovery time in a structured environment. Extended care duration is 90 days and can produce greater results in those who qualify for long term care. It is common for clients to chose a long term addiction recovery program because of the positive results. Drug Abuse Intervention will go over your history and severity of addiction to see if you qualify for our long term treatment program.
Outpatient addiction recovery programs are for those who have careers or are in school and who have stable systems of support. This type of program requires clients to be highly motivated and be able to abstain from substance abuse for more than 72 hours. The usual length of treatment involves three hour meetings, three to five days a week for six weeks. Drug Abuse Intervention understands that most clients would want to enroll in an outpatient addiction treatment program; however, this type of treatment is not suitable for everyone. Clients are required to go through extensive assessments so that our case managers can determine if they qualify for an outpatient addiction recovery program.
Day Treatment Programs
Day treatment programs, sometimes known as partial hospital treatment programs, require more intensive work that general outpatient programming. These addiction recovery programs meet five days per week for about four hours each day. Since the late 1990’s, day treatment programs have been popular due to the way they afford mental health care to those who use Medicare. It is important that clients who enroll in day treatment programs have a safe and structured setting to live in while going to treatment. Living at home or with family are the best options.
Therapeutic communities became popular in the 1960’s. At that time, substance abuse was believed to be a behavioral problem; therefore, therapeutic communities were created to treat the addictive behaviors of clients. In the beginning, therapeutic communities wanted nothing to do with AA meetings or 12 step programs of any kind. However, as time passed and the success rate of both AA and 12 step meetings progressed, therapeutic communities embraced these programs. The average duration of participation in therapeutic communities is about two years.