Inpatient rehab in Vineland is a highly effective way to end a drug or alcohol addiction once and for all. For many, fighting an addiction becomes a perpetual cycle of quitting and relapsing, and ending the cycle typically requires medical intervention, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Inpatient rehab in Vineland is a residential treatment program. You live in an inpatient rehab facility and undergo intensive treatment to help you address the complex issues that underlie and addiction and develop a range of coping skills and strategies to reduce cravings and effectively handle other powerful triggers for relapse.
Inpatient rehab programs offer a high level of support from peers and staff, and they provide a highly structured environment and around-the-clock supervision to help you succeed in the early weeks and months of recovery.
Our addiction treatment programs include inpatient and outpatient rehab programs.
Inpatient rehab programs are best for people who have a long history of addiction, a co-occurring mental illness, little support at home or in the community, or little motivation to quit using drugs or alcohol. Inpatient programs typically last for 90 days or more. Anything less than three months is of limited effectiveness, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Outpatient programs can also be effective, but only if you have a high level of intrinsic motivation to quit and a lot of support at home and in the community. Outpatient programs enable you to continue working, attending school, or caring for your family while receiving treatment, and they offer a higher level of privacy since you don't need to explain an extended absence.
In general, inpatient rehab programs offer a better chance of successful long-term recovery than outpatient treatment. A preliminary study published in Psychiatric Quarterly found that people in outpatient programs are four times more likely to relapse in early recovery than those in an inpatient program. The benefits of inpatient treatment include:
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration stresses the importance of a holistic approach to addiction treatment. Holistic inpatient rehab for addiction addresses issues of mind, body, and spirit to provide a whole-person, all-encompassing approach to recovery. Both traditional therapies and complementary treatments are used in a holistic inpatient program.
Traditional therapies include:
Cognitive-behavioral therapy, which helps you evaluate your thought and behavior patterns, identify harmful ways of thinking and behaving, and replace these with healthier thoughts and behaviors.
Family therapy, which helps restore function to the family system for increased stability and support at home once treatment ends.
Motivational interviewing, which helps you identify your own intrinsic motivation for wanting to recover.
Complementary therapies include:
Art therapy, which helps you synthesize difficult emotions and experiences and make sense of them.
Yoga, which improves flexibility and balance of mind, body, and spirit and improves self-awareness and body awareness.
Dual diagnosis in Vineland, which treats a mental illness at the same time as an addiction.
Nature therapy, which improves communication and social skills, improves your self-confidence, and helps you work through your emotions and curb self-destructive behaviors.
The intensive therapy offered through inpatient rehab in Vineland helps you improve your physical and mental health as you recover from an addiction, and it helps you get to the bottom of underlying issues like chronic stress, a history of trauma, or a co-occurring mental illness. You'll work to find purpose and meaning in life, and you'll learn how to have fun and enjoy life without drugs or alcohol.
Inpatient programs help you stay engaged in treatment, which goes a long way toward promoting long-term recovery. Once your treatment program is complete, an aftercare plan will be developed for you based on your needs. The aftercare plan helps you maintain sobriety once you're back in the "real" world.
The plan will include ongoing therapy and participation in a support group, and other components will be added as needed. These may include time spent living in a sober living facility, vocational rehab, educational assistance, or ongoing medical care of mental health treatment.
The bottom line is that inpatient rehab dramatically improves your chances of enjoying successful recovery from an addiction for the long-term. Call us now for help (856) 506-3270.