Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab offers the highest and most effective level of care for addiction treatment. Our inpatient rehab facility requires the patient to check themselves in and reside at the center 24/7 for a specific period of time.
At our inpatient treatment program, individuals learn the fundamentals of sober living. Inpatient treatment at Lighthouse Recovery Center includes medical detox, one-on-one, and group therapy sessions several times per day.
Once the patient enters the drug or alcohol rehabilitation program, they are effectively a full-time resident of the center. They will receive supervised, tailored, and structured care as part of their addiction treatment program throughout their stay.
What Happens During Inpatient Rehab
Upon arrival at the center, the patient will undergo an assessment. The treatment team will evaluate the patient’s mental and physical health, personal history, and substance abuse history in order to develop the most effective and individualized treatment plan possible. With the patient’s permission, the treatment staff may speak to family members and consult with other medical professionals already working with the patient to get the most accurate assessment possible.
As an inpatient at Lighthouse Recovery Center, the resident may stay alone in an assigned room or board with a roommate.
The first step in recovery is medical detox, done under the guidance of qualified healthcare professionals. Medical detox involves weaning the patient off the substance they are addicted to in order to remove all traces from their system.
Detox can be uncomfortable and even life-threatening and needs to be done under medical supervision. Often, medication is administered to manage and treat withdrawal side effects.
Therapy and Other Treatment
Inpatient therapy and other treatments for addiction at Lighthouse Recovery Center include:
- Comprehensive evaluation, assessments, and treatment planning
- 24-hour medical supervision and care
- Medication management, if a necessary part of treatment
- One-on-one therapy to address mental health issues and the psychological causes and effects of addiction
- Group therapy, like specialty and peer groups
- Ongoing review of treatment plan goals
- Physical health assessments
- Wellness and fitness activities
- Family therapy
- Spiritual guidance and care
- Educational workshops
- Discharge planning and relapse prevention planning
Inpatient addiction treatment at Lighthouse Recovery Center focuses on helping the individual prepare themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally to learn how to live a sober life. The key focus point is to identify triggers and practice sober living effectively. Each day, the patient is given a schedule of treatment therapies, appointments, assessments, and activities that are tailored to meet their individual recovery needs and goals.
Innovative Medicine [MAT]
We use advanced, approved medications alongside psychosocial therapies in the treatment of substance abuse.
We use the best clinical experience and external research to find the most effective addiction treatment solutions.
Alternative Treatment Options
How Long is Inpatient Rehab
The duration of stay as an inpatient depends on the severity and length of the addiction and the substance at the root of the addiction. Our clinical team will work with the patient and their family in order to develop a treatment plan timeline.
Just as substance abuse doesn’t happen overnight, neither does recovery. Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab can last anywhere from 7 days up to 6 months.
We Accept Most Insurance Policies
At Lighthouse Recovery Center, we accept most health insurance providers and policies. The cost of addiction treatment should not be a roadblock to getting the help you need. Our team of knowledgeable staff will work with your insurance company to determine your coverage.
We will also discuss your options with you and ensure that you receive all your policy’s available benefits.
Become an Inpatient at Lighthouse Recovery Center
Do you or a loved one need help? Get in touch with us today, and let us help you recover from the devastating effects of addiction.