Tailored treatment with 24 hour access to medical staff
Many insurances qualify, and self payment options are readily available.
Benefits of Traveling For Inpatient Rehab
Maintaining Reputation - We are always completely confidential, but traveling to a different state for rehab reduces the chances that you’ll be recognized while in treatment.
Removal of Relapse influences - Triggers are a large factor in relapsing. These can include old temptations, places, people, and situations. It also reduces temptations to stop treatment and go home while going through the program
A New Geographical Environment - Traveling for rehabilitation gives you the space from your routine and loved ones that is needed to get sober.
A New Beginning - The start of recovery is a new beginning, and traveling for rehab reinforces this idea. A new environment gives a sense of a new life, and that alone is why the National Survey on Drug and Use reports estimates 15% of recovering addicts achieve more success in an out-of-state facility.
Local rehabilitation is cheaper. Traveling costs can include airfare, gas, and sometimes more. We suggest contacting an addiction specialist to help you understand what it will cost out of pocket, if any, to go to rehab.
Pet/childcare arrangements - If you have dependents it can be difficult to make arrangements.
You can identify triggers - Some clients believe that this can be a challenge, but others believe identifying triggers while going through recovery can be a benefit as well.
Being close to loved ones - If your loved ones are also addicted to substances then this can present a challenge. If you have a strong support group staying local may work in your favor. It is important to mention that most destination rehab facilities will provide other ways for families to connect such as Zoom, Skype, and other telecommunication methods.
Inpatient recovery plans can vary depending on where an individual would like to be located, what therapies will be most effective, and more.
Length of time for inpatient programs will depend on the severity of the addiction and any co-occurring conditions a patient may have.
Inpatient recovery consists of room and board, cafeterias, and amenities for patients to enjoy.
Inpatient recovery is tailored to individual patients. This is done by talking with an Addiction Specialist to find the program that will serve you best.
Why Go To Inpatient Rehabilitation?
Many inpatient programs offer family programs where the family can participate in counseling, be there for support, and encourage their loved ones recovery.
Inpatient rehab has the highest rates of long-term recovery and discuss strategies to prevent relapsing in the future.
24 Hour Medical access while recovering
Assistance into an Outpatient Program upon completion of Inpatient Rehab.
How To Choose The Right Inpatient Recovery Program
Are you looking for a program that treats specific addictions or illnesses? It is important to many patients that they are in a program for a specific substance or co-occurring disorder.
You want to know what kind of counseling is offered. We typically recommend both individual and group therapy, but you may want to explore other therapies offered such as yoga, art, or music therapy. We also recommend family therapy whenever possible..
You should develop an aftercare plan. You should have guidance into an outpatient program, such as North Palm Beach’s outpatient program, in order to remain sober and healthy after leaving an inpatient facility
You want to know what groups use as recovery resources. For example, many inpatient recovery programs will use the 12 step program, but some use alternative methods. Some inpatient programs may offer both.
Call us now or request a call back to find out the best treatment plan for you.