Inpatient Drug Treatment

When choosing addiction treatment services for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to understand the various options available. Royal Recovery provides a type of care called residential treatment. Some people call this type of care “inpatient.” The only real difference between the two is that inpatient drug treatment takes place in a hospital-like setting, whereas residential care is carried out in a home-like environment.

If you know that you or a loved one requires around-the-clock care, our residential treatment facility is equipped to handle this. We provide comprehensive care that parallels what you would receive in an inpatient setting, though it’s delivered in a beautiful luxury home in Porter Ranch CA.

Inpatient Drug Treatment: Comprehensive Care in a Comfortable Setting

In our experience, most people need to start off with a higher level of care such as inpatient or residential treatment. These treatment programs typically offer detox services, which is the first step in getting sober. Detoxing at home can be very dangerous – and even fatal at times. Even if you feel comfortable detoxing on your own, your chances of being successful are less likely.

Detox tends to be most effective when it’s done in a supportive setting with the right medications and support staff. Your symptoms can be managed, making it easier to endure the withdrawal process. And, once detox is complete, you can enter the heart of treatment – therapy.

Additional reasons why inpatient drug treatment is the first step to healing are:

  • Equipped to treat severe mental health problems
  • 24-hour support available
  • Casual, comfortable accommodations
  • Opportunity to meet others and form new friendships
  • Comprehensive treatment services like group therapy
  • Sober, secure living environment with no distractions

Once you complete inpatient care, you can move onto a lower level of treatment like intensive outpatient rehab.

How Does Our Inpatient Treatment Facility Compare to Others?

Royal Recovery is comfortable working with the most severe addictions and mental health disorders. We recognize that recovery is an ongoing journey, but people with addiction need to start somewhere. Some of the people that come to us feel like they’re running out of options and just need someone to listen to them. This is what we’re here for.

Our inpatient drug treatment center believes in providing addicts with a warm, inviting home as opposed to a sterile hospital room. Addicts are less intimidated by this type of environment and more willing to accept help. They are instantly welcomed by our staff and receive a comfortable bedroom with their own bed and space.

Because detox and therapy are provided in the same place, our clients are able to settle in, relax and start focusing on healing. Our staff is also much smaller than what you would find at a hospital, allowing our clients to form healthy, trusting relationships with our support staff.

And finally, we can’t ignore all the amenities our beautiful Porter Ranch home offers such as:

  • Swimming pool and hot tub
  • Large windows and recessed lighting
  • Modern kitchen with the latest appliances
  • Hardwood flooring and neutral paint colors
  • Walk-in closets and modern bathrooms
  • Cozy fireplace with large screen TV

How Long Do Clients Stay in Inpatient Drug Treatment?

The benefit to choosing an inpatient treatment program is that you can stay for as long as you need. That said, most people stay for 30, 60 or 90 days because this is what insurance covers. But if you can afford to stay in treatment longer, a residential facility like ours does not have a limit.

However, once you complete detox and start making progress in recovery, you’ll eventually be ready to move to a lower level of care. The intensive, 24-hour support that our inpatient center provides will be no longer necessary. But, it’s incredibly important that you have a safe, sober and supportive living environment to return to while receiving this care.

Patient Outcomes from Inpatient Treatment Programs

It’s difficult to find statistics on treatment success rates for a couple of reasons. First, each treatment center uses slightly different treatment approaches, so it’s difficult to compare success rates. Second, relapse is high in early recovery – around 40 to 60 percent. This makes it difficult to determine what a healthy success rate is. Is it 6 months? A year?

What we do know from research is that the length of treatment plays an important role in recovery. A 1999 study found that time spent in treatment is closely related to improved outcomes. People who stayed in treatment for longer periods of time were five times more likely to remain abstinent from substance abuse. The National Institute on Drug Abuse also suggests that most people with addictions need at least 90 days of treatment to be successful in recovery.

Your recovery can start today. Contact Royal Recovery to learn more about our inpatient drug treatment programs that can get you on the path to healing.

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