Inpatient Drug Rehab

Does Inpatient Drug Rehab Work?

inpatient drug rehab center Austin,TXInpatient drug rehab will usually include detox, medication for cravings or psychiatric medication (in some cases, to treat either withdrawal or co-occurring disorders), therapy, and an introduction to a Twelve-Step program. It is a proven treatment for addicts who have tried to detox before and failed. A long term drug rehab center is often the best solution.

What is Inpatient Drug Rehabilitation Like?

Inpatient Addiction Rehab. … inpatient facilities require patients to live at the facility. Inpatient treatment is the most immersive form of treatment, allowing patients to fully focus on their addiction and recovery with 24-hour care.

What Do Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs Cost?

Your insurance may cover rehab that’s labeled as inpatient or outpatient, but usually it will cover some variation of both. Inpatient treatment is the more costly option, but you do get 24-hour care and treatment with professional therapists and counselors. Contact BRC now for more details as we can often find the best financial solution to meet your needs.

How Long is Inpatient Drug Rehab?

inpatient drug rehab centersMost rehab programs range from 28 days to 90 days, depending on your needs and what you want from your treatment program. However, rehab programs vary greatly and you can find shorter and longer stays, as well as both outpatient treatment programs and inpatient residential treatment programs. Long term inpatient drug rehab is the best treatment for addicts who may have relapsed before.

How to Find Inpatient Drug Rehabs?

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BRC Recovery Center have a long history of helping addicts recover from drug and alcohol addiction. If you require help for yourself or a loved one, then get in touch with one of trained admission team now to see how and if we can help. Call us now on 866-905-4550.

BRC Recovery is based in Manor near Austin, Texas.

 

Call us today to learn about Austin's premiere extended care for the treatment-resistant. (866) 905-4550