Choosing the right drug and alcohol addiction treatment program can feel overwhelming. Whether you are seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, there will be a wide range of choices before you. Addiction is often intertwined with personal struggles and responsibilities, and each individual will have unique needs that must be collectively addressed. As a result, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. One of the first choices you will need to make is how long you or a loved one will be spending in treatment. Though many clients choose long-term programs, a short-term residential rehab program can be equally effective at meeting your treatment needs.
New Bridge Foundation® offers both long-term and short-term residential treatment options. Our short-term drug rehabilitation has been proven effective as a relatively brief and affordable treatment option. Although it is a short-term program, we are careful to deliver the same high-quality care that is evident in all of our programs. At New Bridge Foundation®, we have been providing Bay Area residents short-term drug rehab for many years, and we have helped thousands of clients at all phases of the recovery process. We also have been ranked as one of America’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers” by Newsweek magazine for two consecutive years (2020, 2021).
Benefits of Short-Term Drug Rehabilitation
Each client will have different needs that must be met in rehab. At New Bridge Foundation®, we offer outpatient treatment as well as residential rehab programs. Our residential programs are divided between short and long-term rehab. Generally, a short-term drug rehabilitation program will last for 28-30 days, while long-term rehab programs can range from 90 days to 120 days. Some long-term treatment programs can even last for a year.
A long-term treatment program may not be needed or may not be feasible for everyone. Each individual will have a different home environment, different responsibilities, and different recovery needs. A short-term program can offer a number of significant benefits that may make it the most effective choice for treatment. These can include:
- Less time away from family, school, or work
- Less disruption to your personal life
- An educational treatment focus
- Building long-lasting support systems
Will Short-Term Drug Rehab Help My Recovery?
Though clients should stay in treatment for as long as necessary for their recovery, any amount of treatment can make a life-changing difference and build the foundation for long-lasting sobriety. Our short-term residential programs offer many of the same benefits and treatment structure as a long-term program, including:
- A home-like environment
- Attentive 24-hour care
- Detox programs
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Family education and support
While short-term programs offer a similar standard of care, they are also more easily accessible. Many people are hesitant to pursue long-term treatment due to the time commitment that requires clients to spend time away from their responsibilities. Short-term drug rehab is effective and can help people begin the recovery process through accessible and affordable treatment.
Learn More About Bay Area Short-Term Drug Rehab at New Bridge Foundation®
Whether you pursue treatment through a long or short-term residential rehab program at New Bridge Foundation®, you will be making the first steps towards long-lasting recovery. Together with our staff of clinical experts, you will develop a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan. We help clients learn to develop healthy coping skills, build strong support systems, and break the cycle of addiction. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, call New Bridge Foundation® at 866.772.8491 or fill out our online contact form to begin exploring your treatment options.