Residential Drug Rehab
Residential drug rehab gives you space away from triggers. This way, you can focus on getting better. Promises offers sophisticated residential treatment in several locations.
Our inpatient drug rehabs feature:
Experienced addiction specialists draw on the latest science-backed therapies. This way, you get the most effective residential drug treatment possible. Depending on which Promises treatment center you attend, you may take part in treatment approaches like:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Equine therapy
- Family therapy to rebuild relationships
- Dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders
- EMDR and other trauma-focused therapies
- Alternative approaches like mindfulness, massage therapy and acupuncture
- Aftercare planning that may include referrals to outpatient drug rehab or sober living
You’ll live in residences that feel more like homes than residential treatment centers. Living alongside peers sharing similar struggles, you’ll enjoy healthy camaraderie. Many of our drug and alcohol rehab centers offer private bedroom options. Some have:
- Cozy gathering areas
- Pleasing décor
- A variety of extra touches that help you feel at home
From day one, we start preparing you for life after residential drug rehab. You’ll learn healthy coping skills that will help you thrive in recovery. We also make sure you have support in place when you return home. This may include:
- Appointments with therapists and medical professionals
- Support groups
- Sober living residences
- Other resources that can help you stay sober long-term
Some of our residential addiction treatment centers offer extensive aftercare services. Examples include ongoing monitoring, aftercare coaching and regular follow-up calls.
A supportive network of sober peers is critical to recovery. When you attend one of our residential drug rehab centers, you become part of an extended family. This family includes current and past Promises clients. Our residential treatment centers offer:
- Alumni groups
- Online social media groups
- Fun alumni outings so you can stay connected to others who relate to your experiences
Specialized Residential Drug Treatment for Executives
In addition to our regular inpatient drug treatment programs, learn about our executive program for men at Promises Scottsdale.
Why Residential Drug Rehab Works
Promises has been a leader in addiction and mental health treatment for over 30 years. Here’s why our inpatient addiction programs are effective:
Successful treatment outcomes – We took part in a study with Syracuse University and the Research Institute on Addictions. We learned that our clients have high success rates after attending our residential treatment programs. Our study followed up with clients one, three and six months after leaving one of our residential drug rehabs. We found:
- After one month, 97% of past clients were still abstinent from alcohol and 96% remained abstinent from drugs.
- After six months, study participants refrained from drinking alcohol 92% of the time and remained off drugs over 94% of the time.
Learn more about the study.
One-on-one attention – We keep our client population small. This way, you get plenty of one-on-one time with our medical professionals. Being part of a small group also allows you to form closer bonds with your peers. You’ll feel safe opening up about difficult topics. This will make your time in residential drug and alcohol rehab productive. You’ll also have better chances of succeeding in sobriety when you leave our drug rehab centers.
Medical detox – Many people relapse if they try to self-detox on their own. Drug and alcohol detox can cause powerful cravings and painful withdrawal symptoms. These can make it feel impossible to stay sober. “Cold turkey” detox can also be deadly. Risks include seizures and heart failure.
Our medical professionals ease dangerous withdrawal symptoms. We use medications and alternative approaches that address physical discomfort. You’re attended to around the clock in a comfortable environment. A smooth drug detox makes it more likely that you’ll continue into addiction treatment. In drug and alcohol rehab, you’ll get the care you need to stay sober.
Varying lengths of stay – Longer stays in residential drug rehab can lead to longer lengths of sobriety. At Promises, we don’t require a set amount of days in addiction treatment. We recommend a length of stay based on your individual needs. We accommodate both short- and long-term treatment lengths. This ensures you’re getting the most out of your stay in our drug treatment programs.
Attention to mental health issues – Almost half of people with substance use disorders also have a mental health disorder. Examples include anxiety or depression or other mood disorders. You might be trying to self-medicate your symptoms with drugs or alcohol. Substance abuse is a temporary solution to a long-term problem though. In the beginning, drugs and alcohol may help your mental health symptoms. But continued drug abuse changes brain chemistry and makes mental health disorders worse.
At Promises, we’ll assess you for mental health disorders and help you manage them. This way, psychological conditions will no longer fuel alcohol or drug abuse.
Relapse prevention – Research shows the importance of relapse prevention in addiction recovery. Part of staying sober is developing new practices to replace old, destructive ones. At Promises residential drug rehabs, you’ll:
- Engage in treatment options like gentle fitness and mindfulness
- Eat well-balanced meals
- Learn about the importance of attending therapy and support groups
- Find sober activities that are enjoyable and fulfilling
- Learn about your addiction and any mental health disorders so you can manage them
- Develop relapse prevention skills so you can live without drugs and alcohol
Family involvement – When recovering drug abusers feel supported by their loved ones, they’re more successful in sobriety. Our inpatient drug rehabs offer family therapy. Some treatment center locations offer family days or weekends. Your loved ones learn how to support you in sobriety. They also learn to take care of themselves.
Aftercare and follow-up – Once you come to Promises, you’re part of our recovery family for life. We have an extensive alumni network. Some of our locations offer aftercare groups. During residential treatment we make sure you have support to stay sober. We’ll work with you to create a comprehensive continuing care plan. This includes making sure you have:
- A supportive, sober place to live
- Appointments set up with medical professionals and other specialists
- Knowledge of support group and recovery resources in your community
What Is Residential Drug Rehab Like?
A typical day in Promises inpatient drug rehabs varies based on your addiction treatment plan. We keep days and early evenings filled with activities. This makes the most out of your time in residential drug treatment.
You’ll take part in a combination of individual and group therapy. We also offer alternative and experiential approaches. Complementary approaches may include:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Trauma therapies like EMDR
- Equine therapy
View a complete list of therapies here.
We provide well-balanced meals prepared by professional chefs. You’ll also get many opportunities for fitness. This helps you begin restoring proper nutrition and physical health. You can repair the damage done by drugs and alcohol.
In the evenings, many of our residential drug rehab centers offer 12-step groups and recreational activities.
Learn more about a typical day at these Promises Treatment Centers locations:
Do I Need Inpatient Drug Rehab?
Making the decision to enter residential drug rehab is difficult. It means taking time away from family, work and other obligations. Many times, inpatient addiction treatment is the right answer though. If you’re abusing drugs and alcohol, time in residential drug rehab may be necessary. It allows you to be your best self for the personal and professional parts of your life.
Residential drug rehab gives you space and distance from triggers. It allows you to place all your attention on recovering from addiction. Inpatient addiction treatment is the right decision, especially if you’re struggling with these issues:
Heroin and opiate addiction – Opioids are highly addictive drugs. Without residential addiction treatment, you’re at great risk for relapse. Some research finds that almost 90% of people with an opioid addiction relapse within one year. Research also finds that long-term inpatient drug rehab can help prevent relapse.
Alcoholism – Alcohol addiction can be difficult to overcome without professional drug rehab treatment. Alcoholism treatment often begins with medical detox. That’s because alcohol detox can cause dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Residential drug rehab can help you move through detox safely with research-backed medications. Inpatient drug rehab treatment will then help you address the reasons you’ve abused alcohol. You’ll make a plan to prevent relapse.
Polysubstance abuse – If you’re abusing more than one substance, residential drug rehab is the most effective treatment. Drug combinations can cause a difficult detox. This requires specialized care. Studies have shown that alcohol is commonly involved in polysubstance abuse. Alcohol detox can be one of the most dangerous types of withdrawals. Abusing several substances also indicates that you may have a severe addiction. Residential treatment provides distance from triggers as you address underlying issues.
Mental health issues – Dual diagnosis makes drug rehab treatment more complicated. Having a dual diagnosis means you have underlying mental health disorders like depression or anxiety. Residential drug rehab gives you time and specialized care. You’ll figure out if the mental health disorder is contributing to drug or alcohol abuse. Or perhaps your addiction caused changes in the brain that led to psychiatric symptoms. Your treatment team can determine if you need medication. We’ll help you learn to manage both addiction and mental health issues.
How Do I Pay for Inpatient Drug Rehab?
If you have insurance, a large portion of residential drug rehab may be covered. If your insurance plan includes a behavioral health care component, there’s a good chance drug and alcohol rehab is covered under your plan.
The easiest way to determine if your insurance will cover treatment is to call us for a free benefits check: 844-876-5568. Our recovery specialists will work with your insurance company to understand your benefits.
A Better Life Is One Phone Call Away
If you’re struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, call us today. You can get your life back on track. We can help.
To learn more about Residential Drug Rehab, call 844-876-5568