Why Do Inpatient Treatment?

At Recovery Unplugged, we offer various forms of personalized addiction treatment. Our treatment programs combine evidence-based models with innovative music-focused practices to ensure healing for you or your loved one.

Our intensive inpatient addiction treatment option is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for an in-depth level of care.

What is inpatient treatment?

Inpatient treatment provides comprehensive in-person care in a controlled environment. The intense program is perfect for people who require a deeper, more thorough level of care. 

During your stay at one of our treatment centers, you address your substance use disorder (SUD) head-on through intense therapy and group activities. You also learn how to manage temptations and triggers for returning to your daily life.

At Recovery Unplugged, we provide various inpatient services, including but not limited to the following:

  • Medically Supervised Detoxification
  • Comprehensive Behavioral Rehab and Counseling
  • Residential Treatment (If Applicable)

Why is inpatient treatment successful?

Because of the comprehensive level of care that inpatient treatment provides, it maintains extremely successful long-term recovery rates. 

During inpatient treatment, the focus is on healing without everyday distractions. And there’s no one to pressure or influence you while you’re there.

Connecting with others during treatment is a vital part of the process. This invaluable support system is essential to your success while in treatment.  

Is inpatient treatment for me?

Have you tried various treatment methods, but nothing seems to stick? Inpatient treatment may be a terrific option for you.

Recovery Unplugged provides an intense evidence-based treatment plan with structure and daily routines that you won’t get with our other treatment options. 

Some of the substance abuse issues covered by our inpatient treatment include but are not limited to the following:

  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Opioids
  • Cocaine
  • Prescription Drugs

What to expect from inpatient treatment?

As you start the treatment process, you’ll work closely with your team of doctors and therapists to prepare for admission. Our experienced staff will work with you throughout your stay. We want you to feel comfortable so you can focus on your recovery. 

Each day of treatment is scheduled and highly organized. Expect medical care around the clock to monitor your mental and physical health. Plan to participate in individual and group therapy. There will also be activities and other amenities for you to enjoy while at treatment.

Recovery Unplugged has treatment centers across the country providing you with comprehensive inpatient care:

Music-assisted inpatient addiction treatment

At Recovery Unplugged, music is our medicine. We use the connection to make you or your loved one more comfortable and open to the treatment experience. 

Some methods Recovery Unplugged uses to incorporate music in our inpatient treatment are: 

  • Personalized playlists
  • Live performances from artists in recovery
  • Songwriting and poetry
  • Open-mic sessions 
  • Spaces to create your own music
  • Music-focused group therapy
Preparing for inpatient treatment

Admitting you need help is a huge step, and getting help can be scary. But at Recovery Unplugged, you’re not alone. 

After you have an admission date, take these steps to prepare:

Tie up loose ends.

During treatment, you don’t want extra stressors on your mind. Make sure to take care of bills and appointments before checking in. Talk with someone who can manage your finances and obligations while away.

Address work obligations.

Talk to your work about your treatment plan. Some workplaces have specific procedures to ensure a painless transition into treatment for those who need it. If you can, give yourself enough time off to complete treatment and ease back into work when you’ve finished.

Pack the essentials.

During your stay, your main focus is getting yourself better. There’s no one to impress at treatment. Make sure to pack comfortable clothes and shoes. Remember to bring a notebook, a few books you enjoy, and the names and addresses of important people in your life. If you’re unsure what to pack, check out this list, or ask your treatment team before you go.

Prepare mentally.

By participating in treatment, you’re taking a major step to change your life. It’s OK if you don’t feel completely prepared. Remember your motivation for getting help. 

If you’re going to treatment as part of an order or family expectation, there is likely a good reason. Think about how important it is for you to get help. Envision your life after treatment. Although the choice to begin may not be your own, your life will be the one to improve. 

Tell your friends and family.

It‘s challenging to leave our loved ones. But treatment is temporary. Talk to friends and family before you begin your stay. If you have kids, tell them you’re leaving to get help, and you’ll be back. In the days leading up to your departure, spend quality time with those close to you.

What’s the cost of inpatient treatment? 

The recovery process should be affordable and accessible for everyone. Many private insurance plans cover our inpatient treatment programs.

At Recovery Unplugged, our admissions team is available 24/7. Call us today at 1 (855) 975-1757  to learn your options and to receive complete insurance verification. Our compassionate staff is ready to help you heal.

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