At Addiction Recovery Institute of America, we understand that every individual struggling with addiction is different. The myth that addiction is simply a question of willpower, or that there can be a “one-size-fits-all” approach to treatment is a thing of the past. This is why, at ARIA, we construct an individualized course of treatment that addresses each of our clients’ unique needs. Their age, the substance or substances to which they are addicted, the severity of that addiction, and their medical and personal histories must be taken into account. For residents battling particularly severe addictions, medical detox followed by a residential treatment program is the most effective course of action.
What Is a Residential Treatment Program?
A residential treatment program — sometimes referred to as an “inpatient” rehab program — provides clients with a safe space to begin their recovery with around-the-clock support and supervision. The team at a top-quality facility like out residential treatment center in Florida understands that the key to this level of rehabilitation is structure and consistency. As a result, we have made sure that staff is always available as our residents begin their recovery journey.
At ARIA, we are proud to offer all of the levels of care to support individuals and their families as they move through recovery. This means that we provide services ranging from medical detox and residential treatment all the way through outpatient care. We also offer comprehensive aftercare for an extra level of support after you have left our care and have begun reintegration into life outside of the center. These levels of care are all designed to happen in sequence. Medical detox, for example, is the first step for many of the residents at ARIA. Detox can be uncomfortable as well as dangerous, and so must be administered by a healthcare professional. From detox, it is most common to move directly into a residential treatment program.
The Advantages of a Residential Treatment Program
The approach we utilize at our residential treatment center in Florida can serve a wide variety of client needs. It can be a good starting point if you have never tried rehab before, but it can also be particularly beneficial for clients who have been attempting rehab and failed. Among the many advantages of our residential drug addiction treatment program are:
- The residential nature of the program allows our addiction specialists to offer more comprehensive strategies and a broader range of therapies than an outpatient program can.
- Clients form stronger support networks when they are in the presence of other residents with similar experiences to theirs and similar recovery goals. This sort of system is a massive advantage at every stage of the recovery journey. It is particularly important, however, as one begins to reintegrate into society.
- In a residential treatment program, clients are isolated from the worries, triggers, and stressors of the outside world. This fact allows them to focus on what matters most: their recovery.
- A residential treatment program provides individuals with a disciplined, structured approach to rehab, giving them the tools they need to achieve long-term sobriety.
This list is not exhaustive, of course, but if you feel that you or someone you care about might benefit from a substance abuse treatment program, it is worth reaching out to ARIA.
Contact ARIA Today
A residential treatment program isn’t for everyone. No program is. This is, in part, why at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America, we offer every level of care and make sure to customize treatment to meet each individual’s needs. Medical detox and residential treatment are, however, an excellent place to start for most people battling substance use problems. To find out more about the programs offered at ARIA, contact us online today or call us at [Direct].