Breaking an addiction to drugs or alcohol is a challenging process, which
often requires the assistance of an addiction recovery program. While
some individuals will have success with an intensive outpatient program
that can take place alongside professional and academic obligations, others
will need the support and structure of
inpatient drug rehabilitation to get on course to a sober lifestyle. Keep reading to learn the benefits
that can come with inpatient drug rehab with customized treatment planning.
One problem that can exist with outpatient rehabilitation programs is access
to drugs or alcohol outside of the treatment center. With inpatient rehab,
patients do not leave during their treatment, so they are not able to
obtain on illicit substances in order to relapse. The ongoing supervision
of inpatient rehab also ensures that signs of depression or mental withdrawal
do not go unnoticed throughout the course of care.
Medical and psychological support
The rehabilitation process should incorporate both physical and mental
care, which is available 24/7 from highly trained staff members in the
inpatient setting. There is also access to holistic therapies along with
prepared meals to promote more complete healing for the whole person.
Limited outside influences
Self-reflection is an integral component of addiction recovery, as it is
necessary to pinpoint the triggers for an addiction and identify ways
to nullify these influences. In an inpatient setting, patients will have
plenty of time to focus on the self and avoid negative influences from
individuals who may have enabled the addiction.
If you or a loved one is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction,
Retreat at Lancaster County
can provide personalized treatment with inpatient, intensive outpatient,
and partial hospitalization programs tailored to your needs. To contact
us, give us a call anytime at (717) 859-8000. Our programs are gender
and age specific, so you can feel comfortable and at home throughout the
treatment process on our private campus.