When you’re in the midst of a drug or alcohol addiction, getting help can be an intimidating prospect. It can often feel like you have nowhere to turn or that recovery is constantly out of reach. In these situations, a residential treatment program can help. Residential drug and alcohol treatment programs are considered one of the most effective treatment options.
At New Bridge Foundation®, we have helped thousands of people overcome their addiction and live healthy, sober lives. We have been serving the Northern California area for over 50 years, offering both short and long-term residential drug rehab options, as well as specialized programs for dual-diagnosis issues, active-duty personnel, and veterans, as well as LGBTQ+ affirming care. Additionally, New Bridge Foundation® has been identified by Newsweek as one of America’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers” for a second consecutive year. Learn more about residential drug rehab in Northern California by calling 866.772.8491.
What Is Residential Drug Rehab?
Residential drug rehab is considered the most effective treatment for severe addictions. Residential treatment offers an on-site program where those experiencing addiction can detox and receive around-the-clock support as they begin their recovery. In residential treatment, clients receive care in a safe, structured, and supportive environment, allowing them to focus exclusively on recovery away from stressful or harmful environments. In residential drug rehab, clients will learn to build healthy habits and address some of the causes of their addictions through daily group counseling, individual counseling, education programs, and health and wellness activities. Finally, clients will have access to a supportive staff of experts, all of whom are committed to their recovery and long-term health.
How Can a Residential Rehab Program Help Me?
Residential rehab programs offer a broad range of benefits, especially for those battling severe addiction or whose addiction has proved resistant to outpatient treatment. Though recovery needs are different for each individual several factors make residential rehab an effective option for people struggling with addiction. These can include:
- Education to help you understand your addiction
- Identifying and treating dual diagnoses
- A safe place to recover
For those struggling with addiction, detoxing is often one of the most difficult early steps. Many people rely on drugs or alcohol to maintain a sense of normalcy in daily life, and the process of detoxing is extremely difficult and sometimes dangerous when done alone. A residential rehab program that offers detox services will give clients a safe and medically supported place to detox. Detoxing under medical supervision makes it far more likely that you will be able to maintain sobriety in the future.
Understanding Your Addiction
Part of addiction treatment is learning more about your addiction. Through counseling and educational programs, you will learn both how drug and alcohol use affects your body and brain and how to counteract these effects and cope with the cravings of addiction. You will also have the chance to explore your own experiences with addiction, understand some of the contributing factors to your addiction, and address these issues using evidence-based therapies.
Identifying and Treating a Dual Diagnosis
A dual diagnosis is when a person struggling with addiction also is diagnosed with one or more co-occurring mental health conditions. Addiction often goes hand in hand with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health concerns. These concerns must be addressed to build the best foundation for future recovery. In a residential drug rehab program, you will work with your counselors to identify and treat any co-occurring mental health disorders complicating your recovery.
A Safe Place to Recover
Recovery from addiction can be hampered by the daily stressors of life, education, and work. Many people struggling with addiction also have to deal with complicated home lives or harmful environments that can impede the process of recovery. Residential drug rehab at New Bridge Foundation® offers a safe, supportive, and home-like atmosphere to recover and fortify healthy habits. You will also recover surrounded by peers who understand what you are dealing with and clinical professionals who are prepared to guide you through the difficulties of recovery.
Contact New Bridge Foundation® to Learn More About Our Affordable, Effective Residential Rehab Program in Northern California
Make the residential rehab program at New Bridge Foundation® the first step on your road to recovery. Our award-winning staff will work with you and identify your needs, develop a unique treatment plan, and build the foundation of long-lasting recovery. Our affordable, effective treatment options include:
- Detox program
- Short-term residential rehab
- Long-term residential rehab
- Evidence-based practices, including cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Holistic therapies and wellness activities
- Family education and support
- Free aftercare for life
Learn more about the residential rehab options at New Bridge Foundation® by calling 866.772.8491 or filling out our online contact form.