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Most people mistakenly believe that residential and inpatient treatment are interchangeable. Owing to their many commonalities, it is possible to mix up the two names or use them indiscriminately. Both treatment options entail living with people who are healing from substance abuse for a set period of time and usually have a set duration of stay.
There are a few fundamental differences between residential and inpatient treatment. For starters, the length of time spent in residential and inpatient treatment rehab can differ significantly. Inpatient rehab is usually shorter than residential rehabilitation. Second, the reasons for staying can vary. Inpatient treatment is usually geared toward assisting people in achieving medical stability while also addressing their addiction issues. Third, the level of service provided varies significantly between residential and inpatient treatment rehab. Inpatient rehabilitation, on the other hand, seems to be more hands-on in terms of health care and stabilization, whereas residential rehabilitation is usually predicated on the idea that the individual is medically stable.
Treatment for substance abuse is an important component of society. Addiction affects millions of people, with possibly fatal and irreparable consequences. Those who are battling with addiction can find hope in substance abuse therapy. In 2015, roughly 10 percent of persons who needed substance addiction treatment obtained it; out of 21.7 million people who needed medical attention, 2.3 million people in the US aged 12 and over received it.
Treatment involves a range of services of varying degrees of intensity. Detoxification, residential, inpatient, outpatient counseling, case management, and support networks are just a few of the current treatment options. The two cornerstones of addiction treatment, however, are residential and inpatient rehabilitation. These therapy paths will, in most cases, assist an individual in addressing the underlying psychological and medical causes of their addiction.
For numerous types of addictions, residential and inpatient substance abuse therapy is provided. Opioids, benzodiazepines, methamphetamines, and cocaine are some of the drugs that can be treated in a residential or inpatient setting. The below 5 substances contributed to 96 percent of treatment admissions from 2005 to 2015:
- Alcohol accounts for 34 percent of admissions.
- Opiates account for 34 percent of admissions.
- Marijuana admissions accounted for 14 percent of all admissions.
- Stimulants account for 9 percent of admissions.
- Cocaine accounts for 5 percent of admissions.
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Your treatment begins with an extensive assessment and diagnosis of your presenting issues, which consists of a full-body medical check-up including laboratory, psychiatric, orthomolecular as well as a nutritional assessment.more info
Your program is designed based on your personal needs. The team will exchange daily information and adjust the schedule as we go. Our therapists will work with you treating the root causes and not just the symptoms.more info
Our biochemical imbalance can be affected by diet and stressful life events, but it often goes back to genetics and epigenetics. We do specific biochemical laboratory testing to determine an individual’s biochemical imbalance. Combining the results of the lab tests with anamnestic information and clinical tests, we prescribe an individualized and compounded vitamin, mineral, nutrient protocol to help recover from various disease states.more info
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Using latest cutting-edge technology-based therapies such as Neurofeedback and tDCS, we can track the biological patterns of your body, giving us valuable insight into your health and well-being as well support your brain and body performance and recovery.more info
A private live-in counselor will be living with you and accompany you 24/7 during your stay, which makes the treatment very efficient.more info
While living in your private luxury facility, you will be receiving a first-class service and experience supreme hospitality by the whole team. You will experience true calmness and feel safe.more info
Our chef and nutrition specialist will design your personalized diet plan supporting your body & mind recovery as well as helping with weight management. Use of the gym, a personal trainer, yoga, other fitness workshops, and nutrition workshops will help you to maintain a healthy lifestyle.more info