Inpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse

Nobody ever intends to become addicted to alcohol or drugs. Rather, addiction is the product of an individual’s overuse of a mind-altering substance, leaving him or her in a state of constant need. As a result of continuous use of addictive substances, there’s a loss of physical health and wellness, psychological and emotional changes, damage to important relationships, loss of career and other opportunities, and countless other effects. Fortunately, those who find themselves suffering from substance abuse problems can take advantage of the quality substance abuse treatment offered at Pasadena Recovery Center. From our facility located in Pasadena, California, the inpatient treatment program we offer can help you or your loved one to achieve lasting sobriety through the use of cutting-edge treatments and therapies.

What is Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment?

While we often associate addiction recovery with support groups, there are actually a number of useful recovery resources that have proven to be effective for many people. Among those recovery resources, clinical addiction treatment is widely viewed as being the resource that offers individuals the highest chances for success; however, not all treatment programs are the same. In fact, one key difference between the different types of programming that’s available is whether the program is a form of inpatient or outpatient care.

In the simplest terms, inpatient care is the form of treatment wherein the patient is provided with temporary residential accommodations for the duration of the treatment program. In contrast with an inpatient treatment program, outpatient programs don’t typically provide residential accommodations and, therefore, see patients commuting to and from the facility on designated days while continuing to live at home.

Of course, there are other differences beyond residential accommodations. With an inpatient treatment program, individuals inherently have a lot more time to spend in treatment than if they were commuting; since they’re essentially residing and participating in treatment at the same location, patients receiving inpatient care benefit from a more efficient and intensive curriculum, able to accommodate more treatment time on any given day since there’s no transportation to and from the treatment facility to consider.

Since inpatient treatment affords patients with more time in actual treatment, this type of program often offers a wider variety of treatments and therapies. Psychotherapy and counseling are the foundation upon which our programs are built at our Pasadena, California, recovery center; however, patients in inpatient care also have plenty of time to participate in a range of other types of treatment too, including holistic, alternative, and other complementary forms of treatment.

Benefits of Inpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse

Although there’s no single form of treatment that can meet every individual’s unique needs, there are undoubtedly a number of benefits to inpatient substance abuse treatment.

Overcoming a substance abuse problem is no easy task, requiring a diverse array of tools and resources to help an individual achieve sobriety, mitigate the effects of long-term addiction, and learn strategies to safeguard and maintain that newfound sobriety. In an inpatient program for substance abuse, patients have sufficient time in which to better understand and overcome the root causes of their substance abuse problems.

Similarly, an inpatient program for substance abuse allows patients to participate in a wider variety of therapies and treatments. While many outpatient curricula are often occupied by the most essential therapeutic resources, individuals in inpatient programs can branch out to other areas of recovery, which can mean holistic therapies (i.e., acupuncture, biofeedback therapy, diet and nutrition, etc.) or experiential therapies (i.e., art therapy, equine therapy, music therapy, adventure therapy, etc.).

Another important benefit of inpatient care is that is helps an individual to separate himself or herself from a potentially toxic environment. This is particularly beneficial for individuals who might have developed their substance abuse problems due to circumstantial or social factors like having grown-up in a household in which substance abuse was common or being exposed to substance abuse via one’s peers. In effect, an inpatient program ensures that the environmental factors that contributed to an individual’s addiction don’t inhibit his or her recovery.

What to Expect From Inpatient Treatment in Pasadena, California

At Pasadena Recovery Center in Pasadena, California, our goal is to help each patient overcome his or her substance abuse problems and return to his or her community with the knowledge and skills necessary to be healthy, productive members of society. As such, our methods and philosophies are informed by the modern conceptions of addiction and recovery, particularly when it comes to the notion of treating the individual rather than merely treating symptoms of the illness.

We have designed our inpatient treatment program to be highly customizable, able to easily and readily be adapted to each patient’s unique needs and preferences. No two individuals have precisely the same needs, so it’s essential for a program to be modified and tailored to a patient’s needs for the patient to have the greatest potential for a positive outcome.

The curriculum at Pasadena Recovery Center is well-rounded and comprehensive with a foundation in psychotherapy while touching on all the key areas of recovery. Specifically, individuals can expect to spend ample time in one-on-one counseling as well as in psychoeducational and interpersonal process group therapy; as evidence has shown, these group-style therapies have proven to be a monumental benefit to the recovery process, particularly as patients socialize with one another and begin making connections with individuals who are understanding and supportive of recovery.

Inpatient Care at Pasadena Recovery Center

Located in Pasadena, California, Pasadena Recovery Center provides individuals with all the strategies, skills, and knowledge necessary to achieve long-lasting sobriety. Whether you’re attempting recovery for the first time or have had unsuccessful attempts in the past, we have crafted an inpatient treatment program for addiction that addresses the many facets of addiction while teaching patients how to sustain their newfound health and sobriety.

Beyond treatment and therapy, we encourage patients to take full advantage of their leisure time through any of the numerous recreational activities we offer, including nature walks, team sports, massage therapy, yoga, and numerous others.

If you would like to learn more about our inpatient treatment program in Pasadena, California, or to inquire about one of our other forms of treatment, call Pasadena Recovery Center at 866-663-3030. We have helpful and compassionate staff members available anytime, day or night, to help you or your loved one begin the journey of lasting recovery.

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    Dr. Drew Pinsky
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    Former Ultimate Fighting Champion Ricco Rodriguez
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    Michael P.
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    Arthur Rivera
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