A Concentrated and Immersive Care Experience
For most patients suffering from serious long-term drug or alcohol addiction, inpatient rehab is the best and most comprehensive care option. Inpatient rehab allows patients to concentrate entirely on their recovery while they stay in a professional facility and receive the care they need. While it might be difficult for patients to remove themselves from their lives for the duration of their inpatient program, it’s important to remember that recovery is the most important issue, and must be pursued at all costs. The reality for serious addicts is that, if they don’t do all they can to get the help they need, they run the risk of losing everything.
What is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab is part of an overall residential treatment process that also involves detox. Detox is often administered onsite as well. Participants in inpatient rehab programs stay at their facility, usually for about a month, so they can do the necessary work and self-reflection to begin a life free of drugs and alcohol. They work closely with their therapists to address behavioral and biochemical factors that might have contributed to the development and proliferation of their substance abuse; this is done by addressing its origins and confronting those factors in a healthy manner.
Although each patient’s inpatient rehab program will vary according to their care needs, some of the more common elements include:
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Supplemental Therapies (Biofeedback, Yoga, Meditation, etc.)
- Aftercare and Ongoing Monitoring
Inpatient Rehab at Recovery Unplugged
Recovery Unplugged offers inpatient rehab at our Texas facility. Patients have the benefit of medically supervised detox prior to entering their rehab programs. Our creative and clinical leadership collaborate to provide patients with a fully formed, music-based recovery experience. In addition to the more traditional elements of rehab, patients learn the basics and fundamentals of songwriting and utilize music to promote healing and emotional growth.
The program is open to patients with or without a musical background. Recovery Unplugged believes that everyone can benefit from music therapy, regardless of whether or not they play an instrument or were music lovers prior to their addictions. Programs usually last between 30-45 days, depending upon patients’ progress.