Inpatient Drug Treatment

Recovery is Possible with Renewal Lodge

Addiction can feel like an endless cycle, but with the right support, true recovery is possible. Our inpatient drug treatment provides a safe environment for you to focus fully on overcoming your addiction. You can navigate the earliest days of recovery with guidance from professionals, and you can develop effective coping skills that will continue to benefit you for years to come.

You don't have to struggle on your own, our inpatient treatment staff is ready to help.

Inpatient drug treatment is an intensive recovery program that provides 24-hour support. While residing at the inpatient center, you receive a variety of therapies that help you achieve long-term success with your recovery. You can also build support networks with other program participants who are going through similar challenges with addiction.

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What Is Inpatient Drug Treatment and How Can It Help You Overcome Addiction?

Inpatient drug treatment can be a powerful and effective service for people who are struggling greatly with addiction. There are so many benefits of inpatient drug treatment that you may not find with other forms of care. Addiction is often a chaotic, painful cycle that feels impossible to break. You may face so many triggers throughout your daily life that you just can’t figure out how to take the first steps toward sobriety. Inpatient drug treatment disrupts this cycle because it takes you out of the environment that is causing you so much pain. It allows you to take a step back from your life and reset.

Inpatient is a safe and contained environment, which is what many people need in the early stages of recovery. Eventually, you will learn how to face your daily life while staying sober. At first, though, you need the time and space to build a strong foundation. Inpatient is your opportunity to focus only on your mental health and recovery.

Peer support during inpatient drug treatment can be valuable, too. You get to connect with others who are going through the same process, and it’s helpful to know that you’re not alone. Your peers can be a great source of wisdom as well.

What to Expect

It’s normal to feel nervous before you begin inpatient treatment. Remember that you’re making an incredibly important decision for yourself and that your treatment team is here to help you.

Before you arrive, you should receive detailed instructions for what to pack and what to expect during your stay. Inpatient drug treatment centers typically have strict rules to ensure that patients stay safe and focus solely on their recovery. For instance, many programs don’t allow patients to use their personal cell phones. You also might not be allowed to bring certain items into the center, such as mouthwash that contains alcohol.
A typical day at an inpatient treatment center is filled with different therapies and services. Here are some of the most common types of treatments available in inpatient drug treatment:

12 Steps
The 12 Step program is one of the most well-known approaches to addiction recovery. Many inpatient programs incorporate the 12 Steps into their treatments, and participants can continue following the 12-step lifestyle after leaving inpatient.
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Renewal Lodge is the only inpatient program in the nation to offer the Mindfulness in Recovery Program. Mindfulness is a powerful recovery technique because it allows you to be fully self-aware without judging or criticizing yourself.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a form of therapy that focuses on the relationship between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. You might attend individual or group CBT sessions during inpatient drug treatment.
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Some patients receive psychiatric care during inpatient, especially if they have a co-occurring mental health disorder. Medications can be highly effective for managing mental health symptoms and reducing the risk of relapse.
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Family Therapy
Understanding how addiction impacts the entire family unit is vital. You and your family can participate in family therapy so that everyone takes the necessary steps toward healing.
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Learning about the psychology and behavioral science behind addiction can be very empowering. Psychoeducation classes teach you why addiction happens and how it impacts your life, which gives you a stronger understanding of your own substance use disorder.
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What Happens After Inpatient Drug Treatment?

Inpatient is only one phase in the recovery process. To maintain your recovery, it’s essential to receive long-term support after inpatient drug treatment is complete. As you prepare to graduate from inpatient, your treatment team will work with you to create a discharge plan.

Patients usually continue to receive professional treatment services after leaving inpatient drug treatment. Some move on to an intensive outpatient program, which offers day therapies and services while the patient lives at home. Sober living programs can be a helpful resource for transitioning back into your normal routine, too. Individual therapy sessions and psychiatric medication management are also valuable services as you continue the recovery journey.

Learn the Coping Skills That Will Provide Lasting Recovery

If you or a loved one is facing addiction, Renewal Lodge is here to help. We offer inpatient drug treatment services that equip you with the coping skills you need to fully overcome your addiction.

Contact us today to learn more.