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The Continuum of Treatment At A Quality Addiction Treatment Center

Each person will have their own recovery needs when seeking help from a quality addiction treatment center. There’s no one-treatment-fits-all approach when treating narcotics or alcohol addiction. That’s why the best centers will offer a continuum of treatment – a complete end-to-end recovery strategy tailored to each individual. 

Pre-Assessment 

The first step in the recovery process is admitting you need help. A pre-assessment allows addiction treatment experts to speak with the person and ensure that their center is the best fit for them. If it’s a good fit, they’ll help discuss a good recovery strategy and explain the entire continuum of treatment before the detox begins. They’ll also help plan your travel to the center and talk you through the admissions process. If your recovery journey might be better in a different setting, they’ll help with referrals and suggestions.

Detoxification

The detox process might seem incredibly daunting to someone who has decided to address their addiction for the first time. Detoxing alone can be incredibly dangerous, which is why the continuum of treatment offered at the Findlay Recovery Center includes a detoxification program. Detoxing in a monitored environment reduces the chance of a relapse and increases the individual’s wellbeing. Nurses will manage medication, help with poor sleep, and generally ensure that the person is safely guided through detox.

Affordable Residential Inpatient Care 

The cost of residential treatment for alcohol or drug addiction recovery can be high at some centers. At Findlay Recovery Center, we offer affordable residential care for 24-hour support in the recovery journey. Several treatment programs are available, including partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Partial hospitalization may offer a combination of residential stay and medical treatment, while intensive outpatient programs have reduced clinic time but still take place in the center’s safe residential setting.

Residential inpatient care might be suitable if:

  • There has been a recent relapse or lack of success in a lower level addiction treatment
  • The substance used requires a more closely monitored detoxification process
  • There is a lack of support at home or concern about relapsing 
  • Additional physical or mental health requirements are taking place alongside addiction

The best residential inpatient care will balance treatment with private housing that matches everyday life as closely as possible. Inpatients should have the opportunity to care for themselves, with routine, nutritional, and medical support on hand when needed. Over time, step-down treatment programs will allow individuals to reduce the amount of treatment time and safely integrate back into society.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatments traditionally last longer than inpatient treatment and allow people to remain in their home environment. Recoverers will attend up to five sessions each week, with a therapy plan tailored to their needs. Outpatient treatments may last up to twelve months, and the frequency of sessions will gradually reduce as the individual recovers from addiction. Group sessions, individual counseling, or teletherapy are just some of the resources available. 

Are you or your loved one looking at a quality treatment addiction center? Talk to our friendly team at the Findlay Recovery Center today to find out about our continuum of treatment as a quality addiction treatment center.

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