Intensive, months-long inpatient recovery programs sound intimidating. However, if you need to concentrate on treatment for addiction, 90 days of focused therapeutic intervention is a positive step. When treating a substance use disorder, your closest ally – besides your rehabilitation support team – is time. Research has shown that longer residential treatment programs for substance use disorders yield more successful outcomes than either short-term inpatient treatment, or outpatient treatment alone.
At The Raleigh House, we view the 90-day rehab program as the gold standard of inpatient rehabilitation. Because our approach involves in-depth intervention, the longer treatment time allows clients to immerse themselves in the self-discovery process fully. It’s not enough to temporarily remove yourself from an unhealthy environment – you have to learn about yourself, too.
Our dual diagnosis approach is designed to uncover the underlying pathologies that facilitate addictive behaviors. Your substance use disorder didn’t appear overnight, and it wasn’t born in a vacuum. It was the offspring of a host of unique challenges related to your personal experience, family history, emotional wellness, and other issues. At The Raleigh House, our mission is to give every client the tools they need to overcome their addiction and effectively manage any emotional disorders that contribute to substance misuse.
90-day residential treatment provides the following recovery support:
The fundamental methodologies for 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day inpatient treatment programs are the same except for the length of treatment. However, the 90-day program offers clients the benefit of immersive therapy after recovery from the detoxification process. This allows severe introspection and enhanced responsiveness to the dual diagnosis approach that isn’t possible during the 30-day, or even 60-day, inpatient rehab. Once the withdrawal symptoms have largely resolved, the mind and body are ready to heal. When chemical substances are still inhibiting brain and body function, treatment simply isn’t as effective.
While scary for some clients, the detox process is made as safe and comfortable as possible under the supervision of our licensed team of medical professionals. We provide a secure and private space for clearing the mind and body of addictive substances.
The next phase involves individual counseling sessions where mental health issues contributing to addictive behaviors are examined and addressed, and individual objectives and obstacles are explored. Group therapy sessions will also be introduced, allowing clients to discuss their challenges and build self-awareness within a congregate setting.
Experiential treatment options are also available during the counseling phase. These therapies help clients cultivate effective coping strategies that allow them to process their emotions in a healthier, more positive way. This process will enable clients to process triggers and situations that might lead to substance reuse.
Near the end of the 90-day rehabilitation process, clients are given strategies to help them transition from the environment of the treatment center and into an outpatient setting. Though the residential treatment portion will conclude, continuing care must proceed. Participation in the intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a highly recommended treatment solution that allows clients to return to their home and work environments while getting the structured care necessary to manage addictive behaviors.
The 90-day residential treatment plan is a comprehensive therapeutic solution for clients who have struggled with long-term addiction and patterns of substance reuse. The 90-day program offers the best chances of long-term addiction management for most people living with substance dependency.
The Raleigh House is proud to help diverse clients discover effective coping mechanisms and recovery strategies that allow them to manage their substance use disorders. If you think inpatient treatment is the best option for your recovery, please don’t hesitate to contact our team today.
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