The decision between Inpatient vs. Outpatient care is extremely individual, and will be based upon many factors. The severity of your addiction, in addition to other needs and challenges that may influence your recovery, all must be considered. When participating in an Inpatient rehabilitation treatment program a patient will reside in the facility for a predetermined amount of time. Typically, this will be a 30, 60 or 90-day program with 24 hour a day live-in care plan. Longer stays are necessary for some patients, but are determined on an individual basis.

With an Inpatient program it is common to see physician monitored services and care. Physician supervised detox programs will be available and addressed within this Inpatient environment. The use of medication to ease this process is medically necessary for many patients experiencing severe addictions.

Outpatient treatment can be difficult for many addicts, but ultimately still a successful form of recovery when followed closely. Regular and predetermined treatment sessions or meetings, in an individual or group setting are not uncommon. The focus of this method may be, but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational incentives, motivational interviewing and multidimensional family therapy. As with all recovery treatment programs, our ultimate goal is to provide the tools that will enable long-term success.