Residential rehab programs allow patients to live at our facility for as long as needed until they have learned skills that help them stay sober and navigate their communities with a low risk of relapse. These programs offer 24-hour medical care, supervision, and support. Many patients from Indianapolis choose residential rehab when they want to recover far away from daily stressors and distractions, dangerous situations, and access to drugs and alcohol.
Based on a patient’s recovery needs, residential rehab programs can last anywhere from 30 to 120 days or longer. At residential rehab, patients get settled into new, daily routines and remain occupied with various behavioral therapies and therapeutic activities.
Rehab programs get tailored to each patient based on the substances they were using and why they started misusing drugs and alcohol in the first place. For instance, opioid and heroin rehab programs may include medication management services for patients who decide to stay on buprenorphine or methadone to reduce and control drug cravings. Opioid rehab may also include relapse prevention training that teaches patients to control triggers like stress that commonly lead to relapse.
Behavioral therapies get conducted one-on-one and in groups—the latter of which helps patients resocialize and recover from isolation after struggling with substance abuse. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and family behavior therapy are some of the many therapies offered in a drug and alcohol rehab program.