Long Island Addiction Resources can help you or your loved one find comprehensive, in-depth inpatient drug rehab on Long Island.
Even if you’ve relapsed in the past, there’s always a path back to sobriety.
Let us help you find your way back to recovery and lasting wellness.
Inpatient rehab is ideal for those who have spent years struggling with addiction or have not found success in outpatient programs.
The reality of addiction is that it often robs people of their health, their quality of life and their ability to manage their lives while they’re using. As flexible and effective as outpatient programs are, many patients need a higher level of care for prolonged and untreated drug abuse. Inpatient drug rehab programs usually last 28-30 days and involve a stay in a residential treatment facility where patients can heal from addiction in a distraction-free environment. These programs allow patients ample time to heal from the behavioral aspects of their chemical dependency. Inpatient drug rehab comes after a thorough course of detox, which may or may not be delivered at the same location.
Inpatient drug rehab offers a variety of clinical and value-added benefits, including:
Unlike their outpatient counterparts, inpatient drug rehab programs allow patients to fully immerse themselves in their recovery. Participants spend their time working closely with their therapists to address the root causes of their addiction (mental illness, trauma, family history, etc.) and work toward addressing those issues without using drugs and alcohol. These programs also allow patients to take slow and gradual steps toward rebuilding their lives, including their careers and their relationships with their families. Some programs even offer specialized treatment for professionals in specific field like law enforcement or medicine. Rehab is designed to make sure patients have the confidence, emotional strength and perspective needed to face the daily challenges of recovery when they complete their program. The inpatient model is ideal for those who need extra assistance healing.
Inpatient drug rehab is similar to any other medical procedure or treatment. If you or your loved one is concerned about your ability to pay, it’s entirely possible that part or even all of your treatment will be covered by your insurance. Long Island Addiction Resources can help you explore your payment options and see if your treatment is covered by your insurance. Your recovery and your health are too important to leave to chance. Don’t let money get in the way of you getting the help you need. Call us any time at (844) 231-1988. We’re ready to help you.
First Step – We will help you determine if inpatient drug rehab is right for you based on your substance abuse history, care needs and level of addiction. You or your loved one may benefit equally from an intensive outpatient program; however, the first step is to call and find out what kind of care you need.
Second Step – If it is determined that you do, in fact, need inpatient care, Long Island Addiction Resources will explore our database of inpatient drug rehabs in Long Island and find the option that works for you and your family. We will also answer any questions you have regarding the program, insurance eligibility, etc. to ensure you have as much information as possible before making this important decision.
Third Step – Once you are ready to enter inpatient drug rehab, Long Island Addiction Resources will help coordinate admission into your program so you can begin the healing process. Patients are encouraged to consult a close friend or loved one before making any serious decisions regarding their treatment.
It’s perfectly natural to have reservations about inpatient drug rehab; however any type of treatment is preferable to the endless cycle of relapse and withdrawal that will occur without proper help. Long Island Addiction Resources is standing by to help ease your fears and apprehensions regarding inpatient drug rehab and guide you toward the help you need. Call us today and start healing from addiction.
|Luther Y.||Gary K.||Kim N.|
|“I kept relapsing after outpatient programs. I began thinking that, as much as I wanted to get clean, this type of treatment just wasn’t for me. The trouble was, inpatient treatment scared me. When I got there, my fears started to slowly subside and I was able to concentrate on getting clean. It turns out it was the only option.”||“I’m not saying this is the case for everyone, but every outpatient program I entered treated me like a random patient and not a priority. Long Island Addiction Resources referred me to an inpatient program where I was valued and looked after and it’s made all the difference in my recovery. I just needed the right type of rehab program.”||“It was heartbreaking watching my brother go from program to program that didn’t understand him. When he entered inpatient rehab, I thought ‘this was the last straw. It this doesn’t work, nothing will’. He came out of rehab with a renewed energy and confidence that he’s held onto ever since. Inpatient drug rehab literally may have saved my brother’s life.”|