What Is Residential Rehab?
Residential rehab, sometimes called inpatient treatment, is an intensive, highly structured level of care. Clients live onsite at the facility to get away from drugs or alcohol and receive treatment throughout the day from licensed professionals. Residential rehab lets you focus entirely on your recovery so you get the tools you need to stay sober.
Is residential treatment right for me?
If any of these apply to you, attending residential rehab could be a life-changing decision.
What to Expect In Our Residential Program
Residential rehab helps you get the tools, support and self-awareness you need to start a substance-free life.
During your stay, expert medical and addiction professionals provide full-time schedules to address your symptoms and the underlying roots of your addiction, including treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders and medication-assisted treatment for those who need it.
Individual and group therapy
24/7 medical support
Healing amenities & activities
Nutritious meals & snacks
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Our expert team and patient-first approach offers you the medical support, therapeutic guidance and tools needed to get your life back.
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Using Insurance for Residential Rehab
The Recovery Village Atlanta is in-network with most national and local insurance providers. We can verify your insurance coverage or discuss private payment options with you.
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FAQs About Residential Rehab
How long is residential rehab?
The time it takes to complete rehab varies depending on the person’s substance use history and behavioral health needs. However, most clients complete rehab in 30 to 45 days, including the medical detox period.
Will I be forced to stay in residential rehab?
Leaving treatment early often leads to relapse and overdose, so we encourage clients to complete their care. However, clients may leave treatment at any time, even against medical advice, as long as they are not a danger to themself or others.
Does residential rehab work?
Yes, many people have started their lifelong recovery journeys with a rehab stay. Rehab cannot “cure” someone of a substance use disorder, but recovery is possible. A successful rehabilitation is measured by improvements in physical and mental health, relationships with loved ones, employment or educational status, legal status, safety, and building longer gaps between relapses.
How can I pay for residential rehab?
Insurance may cover some or all rehab costs. Without insurance, The Recovery Village Atlanta can work with patients on private payment options.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
There are Several laws in place that protect employees when they attend rehab.
Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?
Treating addiction is the best way to create a better future for your children. While there are no guarantees of child custody, completing rehab and reducing the negative effects of addiction on your life make you more likely to keep your children in your life than continuing substance abuse.
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