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.