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Riverside Inpatient Rehab for Drugs

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Inpatient rehab is a type of addiction treatment where patients reside at a rehabilitation facility 24/7 while receiving supervised and highly structured care for their drug and alcohol abuse.

Once a person enters our inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation, they become a full-time resident of the Amazonite program and receive targeted care and support for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They may live alone in an assigned room or board with a roommate, eat meals at the facility, and go to structured one-on-one or group therapy sessions several times per day. The average length of stay depends on the insurance policy the resident has and the type of program you are enrolled in. Depending on the situation, more time may be beneficial to long-term recovery and preventing relapse.

For many, one benefit of our  inpatient rehab treatment is that it allows for the placement of distance between patients and their potentially problematic home environments. Removed from these distractions and stressors, a person may be better able to focus on recovery efforts—all under the trained guidance and supportive care of a professional addiction treatment team.

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What Happens During Inpatient Rehab Treatment?

The experience you have at our inpatient rehab for drug or alcohol depends on the type of program you attend. Patients will typically remain at their facility full-time throughout the duration of inpatient treatment. Treatment therapies consists of individual and group counseling and may also include or behavior therapies. In some cases, various addiction medicines are used to reduce cravings. Learn more about what to expect during a typical day at our inpatient rehab by contacting our admissions team today!

Do I need Inpatient Rehab Treatment?

The decision to attend our  inpatient rehab is highly personal and may be best made after evaluation and guidance from a doctor or other treatment professional. Whether or not you need inpatient treatment depends upon several factors, and the appropriate type of care for one person may be different than another.

The Inpatient rehab program and outpatient treatment programs provide a structured environment for recovery and provide the necessary tools to address how addiction affects various areas of a person’s life.

The placement criteria used by providers is evidence-based, however, there is always a risk of relapse when a person has a substance use disorder.  If someone relapses during treatment, a provider may need to adjust or reinstate portions of their treatment plan, or they may suggest the patient attends a treatment program of longer duration.

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Amazonite Treatment Center cultivates a safe, comfortable environment for patients and families across California to be emotionally connected to their treatment provider. Our recovery management and alumni programs support a life-long recovery. Your journey to recovery doesn’t end with day treatment, outpatient, or another level of care, once you’re with Amazonite, you’re always with Amazonite.