Treatment

Treatment may mean different things to different people. Finding the information on treatment, and how it may help you, will ultimately lead to the best outcome for any problem. Whether you’re struggling with addiction, alcoholism, or mental health disorders, we can help. 

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What Is Treatment?

Treatment, by its simple definition, means the act or manner or an instance of treating someone or something. [1] However, when we mean treatment, we are referring to drug, alcohol, and mental health treatment.

Types of Treatment

What are the different types of treatment? Learn more about the different services that are offered for treatment. 

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment also referred to as drug rehab, is a place where people go for 30, 60, or 90 days. Clients physically live at the facility for the duration of their care. Usually, patients are required to endure an initial stage of medical detox. Then they will be allowed to attend the daily programming of the inpatient center. 

Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient treatment (usually referred to as IOP), is defined as substance abuse services for people with addiction use disorders or co-occurring mental disorders. People who do not require medical detoxification or 24-hour supervision make a great fit for outpatient treatment. Intensive outpatient typically meets 5 days a week for group therapy. 

P.H.P.

PHP, or partial hospitalization, is a type of treatment that has a living element. PHP is usually a sober living home with an intensive outpatient program. The benefits of PHP are huge because they are able to accept insurance for a living and therapeutic services. 

Outpatient

OP (Outpatient) treatment is similar to the structure of IOP, but the attendance levels are much less. With OP, clients are only attending groups around 2-3 days a week (as opposed to 5 with IOP).

Finding The Right Treatment

Finding the best types of treatment may seem challenging. But, it is as simple of a process as you allow it to be. Whether you need detox, residential inpatient, sober living, or outpatient, we can assist you. 

Treatment Near You

If you are anything like most of looking into recovery, you may be wondering: “Where do I find a drug rehab near me?” Luckily, there are millions of options for treatment in the United States. However, we believe RDTW is the best choice for those suffering from addiction and alcoholism. Drop us a message anytime. 

Treatment FAQ's

Below are some quick answers to frequently asked questions about treatment.

That’s a tricky question to answer. If you are willing to apply the treatment in your daily life, yes it will absolutely help you. However, addiction, alcoholism, and mental health disorders are powerful. They are not easy to combat. So, treatment independently will defintely help you. But, if you aren’t capable of applying the principles of change, it may not. 

If you get back into the same drugs, you are highly likely to try and go back to the same level you used to take. As a result, you have an incredibly high likelihood of giving yourself an overdose. If you feel the urges to retake your drug, please reach out to us immediately or 911. You are worth more than that.

Typically, residential treatment is the first step for anyone. However, most cases depend on the severity of the issue. To inquie more, please reach out today.

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