Residential inpatient addiction treatment provides a safe and comfortable atmosphere to recover from addiction. Hospital settings where the person seeking treatment feels like they are a prisoner are a thing of the past.
Residential addiction treatment is not new. The residential clinical program utilized by Beginnings has been in existence for over 50 years. Residential treatment has gone from the exception to the rule over the last 10 years.
Typically a person enters Residential Treatment Care aka RTC (the technical term) after they have completed detox. While in residential addiction treatment the client is monitored 24 hours a day. Group sessions and one on one session will be conducted mostly in the residence. While in residential addiction treatment there will be outings daily to places like the gym, yoga, local 12 step meetings and outdoor walks etc.
What Can I Expect at a Residential Addiction Treatment Facility?
Our residential treatment center is fully equipped to treat dual diagnosis patients and utilizes licensed therapists, medical doctors, and PhD level psychologists to provide treatment. Many people who suffer from addiction also struggle with additional challenges, such as depression, anxiety, sex and intimacy issues, bi-polar and other disorders. Our treatment provides all the resources necessary to uncover and address any issues that may be affecting our clients and their recovery.
A Caring Staff
Our highly-credentialed drug addiction treatment team makes up the core of our treatment programs, providing caring, empathetic support through every step of your journey. From licensed nurses to our doctors and Ph.D. support staff, we offer qualified and experienced staff to support each client’s journey to recovery.
Beginnings Treatment offers specific support for dual-diagnosis treatment. Clients suffering from mood or personality disorders alongside their substance-use disorder require special care, additional therapy, and more attention during treatment to ensure that we can treat each problem from a top-down level, tackling the issues that are most pressing first, to ensure a full recovery.
Behavioral therapy is one of the key evidence-based treatments for addiction. Behavioral therapy is designed to help individuals recognize attitudes and behaviors underlying, surrounding, and being caused by substance abuse. It also helps individuals to rebuild new behaviors and coping mechanisms, creating the foundations for prolonged recovery and a happy life. The most common behavioral therapies for addiction include CBT, EMDR, Family Therapy, and Motivational Therapy.
Beginnings Treatment uses complementary therapies such as exercise programs, mindfulness therapy, and nutritional therapy as well as others as we see fit. These complementary therapies are not intended as primary addiction treatment, but rather to support existing treatment by improving the physical health, nutrition, or energy-levels of the client.
Education is a core-focus at Beginnings Recovery. We offer lectures, workshops, and training so that every client understands their disorder, relapse, and has the knowledge to respond appropriately to cravings, stress, and other problems.
Individuals require varying levels of medical support including medical monitoring, prescription medication, and sometimes medical intervention. This is provided on a need’s basis.
Counseling allows individuals to seek out treatment and share problems in a one-on-one or group setting, aimed at giving clients the tools to tackle specific problems, to share emotions, and to move past trauma.
Group therapy is designed to help individuals share with their peers, work past issues as a group, and tackle emotions with a group of peers. This may include therapy with a specific goal such as stress management. Group therapy is a support tool where you can learn coping, to manage cravings, and to handle changes, with support from peers.
Our 90-Day Treatment Pledge to You
Beginnings Treatment Centers may not be your first treatment center but we can be your last. Unfortunately some people do relapse after completing treatment. Typically it’s because they stopped following the aftercare program we custom tailored for them. We feel so strongly in the foundation we provide in our 90 day treatment program that we offer 30 days of complementary treatment.
Please don’t look at this as just 30 days of free treatment – it’s much more than that. Since we have already spent 90 days getting to know and treating the client we have built a mutual level of trust and understanding. This unique bond allows us to focus on what caused the relapse. We are not reinventing the wheel. Our clinical records and staff notes allow us to get down to causes and conditions that precipitated the relapse.
Contact our qualified and professional staff, we’re here to help.
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We accept a wide variety of different insurance plans.
Get Started with Residential Addiction Treatment at Beginnings Today!
We offer qualified evidence-based care designed to help each of our patients make the most of time spent in recovery so they can move on and back into a healthy and happy life. Like our name says, we aim to offer new beginnings for every patient.
Starting residential addiction treatment for a substance use disorder is the first and most crucial step on your way to recovery.
Our focus on individual care, science-based treatment, and follow-up is designed to ensure the best possible outcomes for every patient.
Recovering from addiction is a long battle that will require years of effort, care, and treatment. You will need consistent mental, psychological, and emotional support to win. We are here to help you on your way, with strong foundations designed to ensure you have the tools to live your best sober life.