Why Inpatient Drug Rehab?

Inpatient treatment suggests going into a facility for a period of time as a resident, typically 30 days although longer programs are available. Inpatient drug rehab treatment is most beneficial to individuals who have struggled repeatedly with alcoholism or drug addiction and have been unable to put together any length of sober time. It allows an individual to put their life into someone else's care for a period of time in a safe environment in the company of others who are going through similar struggles with alcoholism or drug addiction. Inpatient offers the opportunity to step out of the normal routine of life and allow enough time for the changes necessary for sobriety to take hold. Interaction is generally restricted to others in the drug rehab facility as well as others in the 12-step community who support the recovery process.

SouthCoast Recovery offers 30 day inpatient drug rehab treatment with the option to extend the treatment period for as long as the individual feels is necessary. Rather than a sterile, hospital environment, SouthCoast Recovery offers eight residential homes in the upscale beach community of Dana Point, California, just south of renowned Laguna Beach. Our inpatient drug rehab treatment program combines clinical care with holistic therapy for complete renewal of mind, body and spirit.

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The Basics of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Inpatient drug rehab facilities differ according to the center. Some offer a clinical, hospital-style atmosphere, others are set up like a small campus and still others offer residential homes with a central gathering place where treatment modalities are offered. In spite of the differences, inpatient drug rehab offers basic similarities. Treatment typically involves 24 hour supervision with limited outside interaction. Inpatient drug rehab treatment is very structured with educational modules, workshops, clinical therapy sessions, holistic treatments, 12-step meetings and group processing filling up the majority of each day. Visits from family and friends are generally limited to weekends or family & group therapy. The primary focus is on the individual's recovery which generally requires a lot of emotional and psychological processing as well as healing on all levels.

Inpatient treatment generally lasts for 30 days although it can be extended depending upon the level of care needed.

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The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

Inpatient drug rehab is a safe, structured environment that offers the individual time necessary to detox from alcohol and drug addiction and begin the healing process physically, emotionally and spiritually. Inpatient drug rehab allows an individual to step outside of their usual routine and let someone else make decisions while they focus on making the changes necessary for living a sober life. 30 days is barely enough time to turn one's life around, but a good, effective inpatient drug rehab program can help someone build a solid enough foundation for a successful recovery.

The benefit of Inpatient drug rehab over a hospital detox or Outpatient program is incomparable. Inpatient offers a safe, structured environment where the sole focus is on healing from years of abuse from alcoholism or drug addiction on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. There's no distraction of the normal routine involving work pressures and relationships with family and friends. All too often, it is precisely these areas that the individual struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction needs to learn how to handle in a more healthy manner. If an individual is continuing to go about life and dropping into an outpatient treatment center for a few hours a week, this hardly allows for enough time to address the deeper underlying issues that typically accompany alcohol and drug addiction.

Medical detox only deals with a person's physical reliance on alcohol or drugs while the psychological aspect remains untreated. Psychological reliance on alcohol and drugs is rooted much deeper and takes more time to treat. For this reason, Inpatient drug rehab has a definite edge over medical detox and outpatient programs where time is limited.

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Do You Need Inpatient or Outpatient Drug Rehab?

Whether you need Inpatient or Outpatient drug rehab is dependent upon your alcohol or drug addiction. If you have been using alcohol or drugs for a long period of time and are physically addicted; that is, you suffer withdrawal symptoms when the alcohol or drug is removed, then Inpatient drug rehab is a better option. If you've tried Outpatient treatment programs or 12-step groups repeatedly without long-term success, you stand a better chance of getting sober in an Inpatient drug rehab. Finally, if your job or home life is stressful and too many things require your attention for you to focus solely on recovering from alcohol or drugs, 30 days in Inpatient may be just what you need to get a handle on your alcoholism or drug addiction once and for all.

SouthCoast Recovery provides 30, 60 and 90 day residential drug treatment programs.

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Inpatient Drug Rehab at SouthCoast Recovery

SouthCoast Recovery offers Inpatient drug rehab in the beautiful harbor town of Dana Point, California. We have eight comfortable, residential homes just miles from some of the best beaches in Orange County. This tranquil environment is ideal for stepping out of your life and into the healing environment of recovery. At our state-of-the-art Holistic Wellness Center, we offer individual clinical therapy, drug and alcohol counseling and holistic treatments to compliment your overall healing process. You deserve to take a month out of your life and focus on healing your alcohol or drug addiction, for life.

Call us at 1-866-847-4506 – professional assistance is available 24/7.

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