For some people struggling with addiction, short-term rehab options or outpatient treatment are sufficient to address their needs. For many others though, a more intensive approach is necessary. For people whose addiction has proven resistant to treatment or who are continually struggling with relapse, a long-term residential treatment program could be the ideal choice to help them live stable and sober lives.
Choosing a treatment program can be complicated and even overwhelming. However, the many benefits of long-term residential treatment make it the best choice for thousands of clients each year. New Bridge Foundation™ has more than fifty years of experience. We offer one of the best long-term residential treatment programs in Northern California. Our expert staff can bring the benefits of residential treatment to you or a loved one. New Bridge Foundation™ has been ranked as one of America’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers” by Newsweek magazine for the second consecutive year (2020, 2021) and our agency offers affordable treatment options. To find out more about your residential treatment options, call us at 866.772.8491 or use our online form.
Benefits of a Long-Term Residential Treatment Program
Residential treatment is considered one of the most effective addiction treatment options. Short-term residential treatment, while highly effective for many people, may not provide the level of care everyone needs to get and stay sober, making a long-term program a better choice for you or a loved one. Some of the benefits of long-term residential treatment include:
- A structured disciplined approach
- Eliminating distractions or obstacles to recovery
- Peer support during recovery
- Personalized and attentive care
1. A Structured Disciplined Approach
If you’ve been struggling with chronic relapse or have struggled with addiction for years, the structure offered by long-term residential treatment can provide the healthy foundation you may be missing in your daily life. In long-term residential treatment, you are provided with a structure that helps provide you with the skills and healthy habits you need to succeed. Spending months developing these habits in a disciplined environment engrains them deeply and ensures they will last long after you leave our facility.
2. Eliminating Distractions or Obstacles to Recovery
It can be very difficult to recover from addiction while coping with the stresses that daily life brings. Whether you are dealing with stress from work, school, family, finances, or struggling relationships, distractions can severely impede your recovery. In a residential treatment program, you will be protected from daily stressors and allowed to focus exclusively on your recovery.
3. Peer Support During Recovery
Peer support is an essential part of both residential treatment and long-term recovery. During long-term residential treatment, you are encouraged to build relationships and camaraderie through group therapy, social events, and recreation. This will help you forge bonds with people in similar circumstances and with similar recovery goals. A mutual understanding of what addiction is like allows clients to offer each other perspective and support. Long-term treatment lets these bonds build over an extended period of time.
4. Personalized and Attentive Care
An attentive staff is the cornerstone of a successful treatment program. Throughout a long-term treatment program, the staff will learn about all facets of your needs and your addiction. Your care will be personalized and adjusted according to your specific needs, and support will be available around the clock.
Learn More About Long-Term Residential Treatment in Northern California at New Bridge Foundation™
If you seek intensive addiction treatment, you will find no better option than a long-term residential treatment program. You will have the chance to focus on recovery daily, all while being supported by peers and our professional staff who are dedicated to your health and well-being. If you believe that you or someone close to you could benefit from long-term residential treatment in Northern California, call New Bridge Foundation™ today at 866.772.8491 or fill out our online contact form.