Inpatient Treatment Programs

At Huntington Beach Detox, we have a variety of inpatient treatment programs that will be able to help you overcome an addition to alcohol or drugs. The first step in any inpatient treatment program is a medically-assisted detox. A medically-assisted detox will help your body rid itself of the harmful chemicals and toxins that have built up overtime. In some instances, the withdrawal symptoms from a substance-use disorder or an alcohol-use disorder can cause severe symptoms such as nausea, irritability, discomfort, seizures, restlessness, muscle pain, irritability, depression and insomnia. At Huntington Beach Detox, we have an experienced team of medical professionals who will administer medications to help ease the symptoms of withdrawal and observe your detox process on a 24/7 basis.

What is an Inpatient Treatment Program?

An Inpatient Treatment Program, also known as residential treatment, is a type of treatment in which an individual is provided with 24 hour medical and clinical care at a live-in facility. Inpatient treatment programs offer a safe, structured, controlled environment that help individuals overcome their addiction. Inpatient treatment is one of the most common ways for people to treat their alcohol-use or substance-use disorders. There is a set schedule which consist of therapies, counseling sessions, support groups, meals, and activities. In inpatient treatment programs - psychiatric, medical, clinical, emotional, and physical health assistance are offered. In most cases, an individual will stay in an inpatient treatment program for at least 30 days. Inpatient treatment programs are very effective because they offer a structured and defined environment and atmosphere. In this environment, an individual is supported by people who are going through the same thing as them. They have the opportunity to build a nurturing, understanding, and compassionate community of friendships. Because they do not need to focus on other distractions, they are given the opportunity to focus on themselves – which includes physical and psychological healing. Inpatient treatment provides the highest level of rehab services for clients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction. Typically, the clinical director and medical director will develop an individualized treatment plan after assessing your medical health, mental health, and your substance-use history. In some inpatient treatment programs, family therapy programs are built to help you repair your relationships and give your family the opportunity to educate themselves on substance-use disorder.

What is an Inpatient Treatment Program?

An Inpatient Treatment Program, also known as residential treatment, is a type of treatment in which an individual is provided with 24 hour medical and clinical care at a live-in facility. Inpatient treatment programs offer a safe, structured, controlled environment that help individuals overcome their addiction. Inpatient treatment is one of the most common ways for people to treat their alcohol-use or substance-use disorders. There is a set schedule which consist of therapies, counseling sessions, support groups, meals, and activities. In inpatient treatment programs - psychiatric, medical, clinical, emotional, and physical health assistance are offered. In most cases, an individual will stay in an inpatient treatment program for at least 30 days. Inpatient treatment programs are very effective because they offer a structured and defined environment and atmosphere. In this environment, an individual is supported by people who are going through the same thing as them. They have the opportunity to build a nurturing, understanding, and compassionate community of friendships. Because they do not need to focus on other distractions, they are given the opportunity to focus on themselves – which includes physical and psychological healing. Inpatient treatment provides the highest level of rehab services for clients diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction. Typically, the clinical director and medical director will develop an individualized treatment plan after assessing your medical health, mental health, and your substance-use history. In some inpatient treatment programs, family therapy programs are built to help you repair your relationships and give your family the opportunity to educate themselves on substance-use disorder.

Who Needs Inpatient Treatment?

Addiction is a disease that affects your body, mind, and spirt. Thus, an individual needs a team of licensed and experienced professionals to help overcome their addiction. Typical team members of a residential treatment program may include: physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counselors, nutritionists, health and wellness specialists, case managers, and aftercare or alumni coordinators. People who benefit from an inpatient or residential level of care typically fall into one of the categories below:

Individuals who are at a high risk for experience drug or alcohol withdrawal and have developed a moderate to severe substance-use disorder

Individuals who have experienced consequences because of their drinking or using including legal, employment, or relationship consequences

Individuals who have experienced a relapse after trying to quit drinking or using on their own

Individuals who have experienced a relapse after attending an outpatient treatment program

Individuals who have tried a less intensive level of care of drug or alcohol treatment but were unable to stay sober

At an inpatient treatment center, it is often required to address any co-occurring disorders that may be contributing to your substance-use. This includes depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other disorders that are affecting your daily life. Some treatment programs are dual diagnosis and are designed to treat both mental health and substance-use.

A medical or clinical professional are best equipped to know what type of care you may need. However, if you are suffering from addiction – the first step typically begins with an inpatient treatment program and medically-assisted detox.

It is important to be honest with yourself about your substance-use. If you feel like you are physically-addicted to drugs or alcohol and require a medically-assisted detox, Huntington Beach Detox will help you. This is the first step to inpatient treatment. Please give us our Orange County Detox Center a call at (855) 790-7418.