Inpatient addiction treatment is a core component of an addiction treatment program. It paves the way to a successful recovery by providing those who suffer from addiction with a daily schedule of individual and group counseling, education, health and wellness activities, as well as time to focus on oneself and one’s problems. The structure and stability of residential treatment can help you develop new healthy habits and can restore the mind and body.
Inpatient rehab provides clients with a safe space to begin their recovery with around-the-clock support and supervision in a comfortable and welcoming environment. The key to this level of care is providing structure and consistency while removing clients from the distractions and temptations of life.
Deciding what type of residential addiction treatment is best for you or a loved one can be challenging and often overwhelming. At New Bridge Foundation®, we provide you with appropriate options for short-term and long-term services for your addiction struggles. With more than fifty years of experience, our staff of trained mental health professionals and certified addiction counselors understands the benefits of inpatient recovery. Find out more about your residential treatment options by calling us at 866.772.8491 or using our online form.
What Are the Benefits of Short-Term Inpatient Addiction Treatment?
Inpatient care can provide both momentum and the groundwork needed for the recovery process. It also readies clients to continue treatment on an outpatient basis once the residential program ends.
The many benefits of short-term addiction treatment are widely known and accepted in the mental health community. Clients can focus on themselves and work on recovering from their addiction issues as their sole mission. Short-term addiction treatment may be the right option to achieve their goals and take advantage of other valuable benefits, including:
- Intense focus on recovery without distraction
- Chemical dependency education
- Group counseling to establish a solid foundation for long lasting recovery
- Learning relapse prevention techniques and coping skills
- Understanding and establishing new healthy habits (that can be hard to achieve without assistance)
Short-term addiction treatment prepares an individual for lifelong success, happiness, and sobriety. At New Bridge Foundation®, our short-term residential rehab program is designed to give individuals a solid foundation for recovery in a relatively brief period of time.
What Are the Benefits of Long-Term Residential Treatment?
Our long-term residential program (START) is ideal for those individuals who have already completed multiple treatment episodes in a short-term residential program but have had difficulty remaining sober or for those with a chronic history of relapse. Lasting three to six months, long-term inpatient addiction treatment can be life-changing for those who have struggled to maintain sobriety over time.
Through a variety of evidence-based programs, clients can:
- Develop and strengthen a support network with others in similar circumstances and with similar recovery goals
- Reside in a safe space to focus solely on their recovery and healing
- Learn new behaviors and ways of being in the world
- Benefit from a structured environment in which habits, disciplines, and principles of recovery are learnt and fortified
Find Inpatient Addiction Recovery Programs in California
The road to recovery may be long and bumpy, but no one has to travel the road alone. Inpatient addiction treatment programs offer clients the opportunity to receive the treatment needed to overcome addiction, avoid relapse, and ensure lifelong recovery and sobriety.
At New Bridge Foundation®, our clinical staff will collaborate with you in developing your individualized treatment plan designed to meet your individual needs. We have developed programs and services to help you achieve and maintain your recovery, including:
- Detox program
- Short-term residential rehab
- Long-term residential rehab
- Telehealth outpatient services available to California residents
- Evidence-based practices including Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Family education and support
- Free aftercare for life
If you or a loved one struggles with addiction, there is no time to waste. Receive the addiction treatment that you need to live your life to the fullest and ensure long-term sobriety by calling 866.772.8491. Located in San Francisco Bay Area, a residential addiction treatment program at New Bridge Foundation® can be just what you need to free yourself of addiction.