Our residential inpatient treatment provides clients with a safe and comfortable setting to recover from addiction under the guidance of professionals. While in treatment clients can expect to learn coping skills, relapse prevention techniques, stress management, and more. Clients are given one-on-one sessions where they’ll speak directly with their counselor about personal issues and traumas. Plus they’ll get to attend group sessions where they can lean on the support of their peers.
A Residential Treatment Center (RTC) is usually where someone goes after completing a detox program. Detox usually lasts for a week or less and is focused on getting the person off the substance while providing one-on-one and group therapy. Residential treatment continues where detox left off. While in the care of an RTC, clients are monitored 24 hours a day. Clients attend one-on-one sessions with a specified councilor and they also get to take part in group sessions.
What should I expect from a Residential Addiction Treatment Center?
At Embrace Treatment Center, our residential facility is staffed with licensed therapists, medical doctors, and psychologists. We can treat those with addiction issues and those suffering from a dual diagnosis. We recognize that oftentimes when someone is substance addicted, they are also dealing with other issues. Perhaps they feel anxious or depressed. Or maybe they have sex and intimacy issues. Maybe they’ve been diagnosed with a dual condition like bipolar disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). We have the resources to address these issues and any other issues that may affect our clients in their pursuit to break the cycle of addiction.
At the core of our residential program is a staff of top notch professionals who make your recovery their business. We believe that providing insightful care and empathetic support is necessary for every client’s success. Our licensed, highly-credentialed professionals and support staff are ready to support you or your loved one in their recovery journey.
Dual Diagnosis exists when someone has a mood disorder and a substance abuse disorder simultaneously. For those with dual diagnosis there are two coexisting disorders. Therefore treatment needs to be specially tailored. It may include additional therapy or a different approach to tackle important issues in order to fully thrive during the recovery process and afterwards. Our recovery staff and support staff are fully ready to help you on your journey.
Our one-on-one counseling sessions provide clients with the tools they need to get past trauma or difficult issues and get into the life they’re meant to live. Clients work individually with a counselor for a specific amount of time per week. These sessions are based on the individual needs of the client. One-on-one session topics are individually organic and vary between clients.
Behavioral therapy is proven to be effective for those with addiction issues. The goal is to help clients recognize the attitudes and behaviors driving their addiction. This type of therapy helps root out unhealthy habits, build new & healthy behaviors, and identify coping mechanisms in order to live a happy & healthy life in recovery and beyond. Some of the most popular behavioral therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Therapy, and Family Behavioral Therapy (FBT).
At Embrace Treatment Center, we offer a variety of therapies to complement your one-on-one sessions. Complementary therapies are beneficial to recovery because of their holistic approach to each individual client. This might include an exercise class or nutritional therapy. Another great example is Mindfulness therapy. Many of these therapies fall under the umbrella of “group therapy” – which is simply a therapeutic session that is done with a group of your peers instead of just you and your individual counselor. Working through past issues and tackling emotions in a group setting is proven to be effective. In group sessions your peers often bond and build each other up when someone is struggling. Group sessions are often focused on specific topics, like “managing cravings” or “coping skills.” Sometimes sessions have a specific goal like teaching people stress management techniques.
At Embrace Treatment Center, our goal is to put you on the path of recovery and give you as much knowledge, insight, and education as possible. We do this by providing you with classes, lectures, workshops and other training programs. In-depth learning is another example of the full treatment that clients get when they work with us. Workshops often have topics like “responding to cravings” or “healthy ways to reduce stress” or “relapse prevention techniques.”
Get Started Today! Want to get on the road to recovery? There’s no better time than right now to start your Residential Addiction Treatment program with Embrace Treatment Center.
Our team is here to help. Whether Residential Addiction Treatment is for you or your loved one, Embrace Treatment Center is ready to get you the substance abuse treatment you need.
We use evidence-based care to get our clients the help they need. This means counseling, complementary therapy, group therapy, and education. We treat every client with individualized care. Each client’s individual recovery plan looks different. Find out what your recovery plan will look like by contacting us today.
The Affordable Care Act made rehab required by insurance companies. That means, under the law your insurance company MUST have an addiction rehab program for you. Your insurance company might want you to work with specific rehab providers. Contact us to see if your insurance covers treatment. Also, your insurance company may limit the days you can spend in treatment and they may not cover your entire stay in rehab. None of this is a surprise – you’ll know from the beginning what your insurance covers and what they won’t cover. Part of tailoring your individual treatment plan to you is working within the parameters of your health insurance provider to give you the best and most effective care possible.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles you to up to 12 weeks of unpaid medical leave. You may decide to let your employer know you’re attending rehab during this time or you may choose to not disclose where you’ll be. You’re also protected under the Affordable Care Act to seek treatment for a substance abuse disorder.