What Is Inpatient Residential Rehab?
Inpatient residential rehab at California Rehab Campus uses a full continuum of care to guide you or your loved one successfully through every stage of addiction recovery. Inpatient residential rehab is the highest level of care available at drug rehab, and is often the first treatment program patients join before transitioning to a lower level of care. All patients receive a complete diagnostic assessment before starting treatment to help California’s Rehab Campus doctors, therapists, and counselors develop customized treatment programs.
Treatment in an inpatient residential rehab program usually begins with medical detox. Detox helps you overcome physical dependence on drugs and alcohol and manages the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Following detox, you can begin receiving behavioral therapy in individual and group settings, and engage in therapeutic activities designed to inspire and motivate you to achieve long-term sobriety.
Inpatient residential rehab programs at California Rehab Campus may last 28 days, 60 days, 90 days, or longer, depending on your recovery progress. Patients can live at our facility for as long as needed until they are physically and mentally ready to re-enter their communities as healthier, drug-free individuals. Our goal is to help you adjust to a sober, healthier lifestyle and learn invaluable life skills to navigate difficult situations without turning to drugs and alcohol.
Services Available at Inpatient Residential Rehab
California Rehab Campus offers a variety of quality evidence-based services proven to help patients from all walks of life successfully recover from drug and alcohol addiction. Many of our services are behavioral therapies aimed at helping patients change harmful behaviors and attitudes surrounding drug and alcohol use. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), 12-step support group therapy, and contingency management interventions are some of the many science-based treatments available through our inpatient residential rehab program.
CBT helps patients identify and correct problematic behaviors that commonly lead to substance abuse, such as poor stress management. With CBT, patients learn how to effectively manage stress, cope with cravings, and avoid high-risk situations that increase the risk of relapse. Research on the effects of CBT in a drug rehab setting indicates that many patients continue practicing the skills they learn in therapy following the completion of their treatment programs.
Other treatments and services available through our inpatient residential rehab program include:
- Drug detox (e.g., heroin, painkillers, cocaine, methamphetamine, benzodiazepines)
- Alcohol detox
- Community reinforcement therapy
- Motivational incentives
- The Matrix Model
- Family behavior therapy
- Medication maintenance
- 12-support group therapy (Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous)
- Dual diagnosis therapy
- Recreational therapy
Recreational therapies at California Rehab Campus are fun, complementary therapies to traditional services like CBT that can significantly enhance your recovery experience. Art and music therapy, exercise, yoga, and mindfulness meditation are some of many recreational therapies proven to boost confidence along with physical and psychological health. Recreational therapies also serve as gateways to new hobbies and interests that you can adopt and continue practicing after completing your drug rehab program.
The Benefits of Inpatient Residential Rehab at California Rehab Campus
Inpatient residential rehab offers a countless number of benefits for those ready to recover from their substance use disorders. First, patients can gain peace of mind knowing they can recover in a safe environment without having to worry about negative influences, violent situations, or access to drugs and alcohol. Inpatient residential rehab also separates patients from distractions and stressful demands related to work, school, and managing a household.
Inpatient residential rehab provides 24/7 access to caring, compassionate staff members willing to support you through the toughest stages of recovery. Nurses and doctors can address lingering withdrawal symptoms like insomnia and depression that persist following detox, while counselors and therapists can talk to you at times you may feel hopeless, sad, and guilty about past situations involving substance abuse. Inpatient residential rehab offers patients a safe and healthy space in which to recover from addiction without facing judgment, blame, and criticism.
Here are additional benefits of inpatient residential treatment at California Rehab Campus:
- Recover alongside peers who share similar struggles as they pertain to addiction.
- Establish a new daily structure and routine that supports a sober lifestyle.
- Eat nutritious meals that support immunity and overall good health.
- Receive medications that treat physical and psychological drug and alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
- Receive quality treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety.
- Discover new hobbies and interests that complement a sober lifestyle.
- Identify and change behaviors and attitudes that may have led to substance abuse.
- Learn effective stress management techniques.
- Identify triggers that lead to relapse and learn skills for avoiding and managing those triggers.
- Gain access to quality and therapeutic amenities such as fitness centers, swimming pools, and music rooms.
- Recover in a beautiful, serene, and luxurious treatment setting in Orange County, California.
All the staff members at California Rehab Campus are devoted to helping you develop and build a new foundation for a healthier lifestyle. By the time you finish your inpatient residential rehab program, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence needed to navigate through life without feeling the urge to use drugs and alcohol.