Recovery Inc provides every client with individualized recovery and behavioral health services. We do not use a cookie-cutter method to find the best treatment options for you. We create an individualized treatment plan to fit each client’s needs. Whether you need inpatient or outpatient treatment, we will find the right place for you.
Individualized Treatment Plan
Effective drug treatment centers understand that addiction treatment deals with the underlying causes of addiction, not just the drugs themselves. How this looks for each person is different. At Recovery Inc, we get to know each client individually, assess your treatment goals, and create a custom individualized treatment plan.
The first step in any treatment plan is to identify your goals and work backward. Do you want to remain abstinent after treatment? Or do you need a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program? Do you want to relocate after treatment? Or do you have a job you need to get back to? All this dictates your ultimate treatment center.
After we identify your recovery goals, we create a step-by-step plan for your course of treatment.
Your recommended course of treatment also depends upon your resources. We find the best treatment facility for you with the best therapists at little to no cost to you.
Another important question to ask when determining the most effective treatment is who will be in your treatment plan family? Do you wish to only work with therapists at the treatment center? Do you want a counseling treatment plan with our peer recovery specialists? Do you want your family involved in your treatment plan?
All these questions will factor into the decision about your individualized treatment plan.
Levels of Care
Each person needs a different course of treatment, depending on where in your recovery you are. If you are still actively using drugs or alcohol and need help with the withdrawal process or need to continue with your everyday life while attending a few regular meetings a week, we come up with the right therapy treatment plan for you.
Some levels of care include:
During inpatient treatment clients live onsite in the treatment facility where medical professionals and therapists are available 24/7.
Medical detox helps you ease your withdrawal symptoms and taper off drugs until there are no drugs in your system. This is the first step in the recovery process. Withdrawal is uncomfortable, however, in some cases, they can be life threatening. In an addiction rehabilitation center, a medical professional will regularly monitor your condition and administer medication.
Detox will be different for every person depending on the drugs you use, how much you use, and your family’s medical history. This is why it is best to detox with the help of medical professionals.
Detox doesn’t deal with any of the underlying causes of addiction. A therapy treatment plan is recommended after detox to ensure your ability to stay off drugs and alcohol.
Residential treatment begins when there are no drugs in your system. The clients live on-site and therapists and medical staff are available 24/7. Days usually consist of addiction group therapy. Residential treatment is based on abstinence effectiveness. Therapy focuses on underlying psychological issues such as trauma, past abuse, and codependency, along with many other types of therapy.
Outpatient treatment ensures successful sobriety after the rigorous addiction therapy of inpatient treatment. Outpatient consists of intensive outpatient (IOP) and partial hospitalization program (PHP). They allow you to live more independently while still keeping you accountable and responsible.
PHP is a little more demanding, requiring more hours and more days at the treatment center. Usually, clients visit the treatment center five days a week for about 6 hours a day.
Each treatment center does IOP differently, but usually, 10 hours of group or individual therapy are required. This means going to the treatment center three or four times a week for 2 to 3 hours a day. Some of these programs allow more freedom and clients may live off-site, but still have to attend addiction group therapy meetings daily.
How Does Drug Treatment Work?
Drug treatment consists of behavioral therapies aimed at changing the way a person thinks and reacts to their environment. Therapists and clients work on motivation to stop using drugs, ways to cope with stressors and triggers, and problem-solving skills. Depending on your needs, your treatment center will come up with an individualized psychotherapy plan with group and one-on-one meetings with a therapist.
Some treatment centers also work on interpersonal relationships directly with the client and the family members through family therapy.
Length of Treatment
The length of treatment highly determines the effectiveness of treatment. According to research, a minimum of three months is recommended for longterm abstinence effectiveness. The longer the treatment time the more effective the foundation for recovery.
As with other diseases, there is the possibility of relapse. If this happens, treatment needs to resume or evaluation and adjustment of the treatment plan is needed.
Will Insurance Cover Drug Treatment?
Most insurances cover drug treatment. You can call us directly and we will check your eligibility and find a treatment center that accepts your insurance.
If you do not have insurance you can contact us and we will work out a payment plan that best suits your budget.