Inpatient Rehab In San Fernando Valley, Woodland Hills
Why is Inpatient Rehab Necessary?
Inpatient rehab, also referred to as detox or residential treatment, provides the highest level of rehab services. This would be the first step into detoxing your mind, body, and spirit. The most commonly abused drug we see people using before entering an inpatient rehab is opiates, opiate withdrawals are similar to flu like symptoms some of the most common signs of opiate withdrawals are nausea, fever, cold chills, restlessness, anxiety, stomach cramps and night sweats, however this can variety from each individual. While opiate withdrawals are typically not fatal, they can be extremely severe. However, Alcohol and Benzodiazepine are the two most fatal and dangerous substances to withdrawal from. Therefore, inpatient rehab is most necessary when starting your journey of wellness. Depending on the substance or substances that you are currently using there are a variety of medications that can help with withdrawal symptoms.
What to Expect when Entering Inpatient Rehab with Divinity Recovery
Here, at Divinity Recovery, we strive on making this process easier for the individual or family. Every patient entrusts their care to a drug treatment center, which plays a vital role in shaping the course of that patient’s long-term recovery. There are two levels of care in inpatient rehab. The first phase of this journey is our detox level of care where you will meet with our MD and Psychiatrist to proscribe any detox protocol medication for a safe and comforting detox. The second phase in our Inpatient rehab is the Residential level of care, during this stage you will still be under 24-hour supervision for any post-acute withdrawal symptoms you may be having. During inpatient rehab, you will find loving and caring staff with 24 nursing onsite to assist with any medical needs. You will also be assigned a primary therapist for one-on-one weekly sessions; you will be encouraged to attend group after you are medically cleared to be off the detox phase. You will also find a variety of engaging groups to assist with the restoration of your mind, body, and spirit. Most patients who come to us for inpatient rehab also struggle with a co-occurring mental health condition, such as depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), that needs to be addressed during addiction treatment. At Divinity Recovery we offer a full continuum of care from start to finish.
How Long is Inpatient Rehab?
The typical length of stay at an inpatient rehab is 30 days. On average it takes 66 days to break old habits and regain new ones. We believe in long term treatment. However, we are able to accommodate anyone’s needs. From a 7-day detox to a 90-day full continuum of care, we are here to help with your recovery journey.