Silver Ridge is a highly structured and organized inpatient rehabilitation center designed specifically to make the addiction recovery process smoother for patients. Our treatments and therapies are customized to fit the unique needs of each patient, creating a truly personalized experienced. Just as the triggers behind every person’s addictive behaviors are unique to them, the treatments and therapies used also should be customized to suit their individual needs.
Our addiction treatment programs are developmentally specific for midlife adults. Research shows that collaborative, intrinsically-focused treatments have the best results for midlife adults, and all of our treatments were created with this in mind.
Not a 12-Step Program
The 12-Step Program is a great service that has helped many people, but there is no one-size-fits-all solution to addiction. Our programs are more individual-focused than group-focused. This is so that we can address the unique factors behind each individual’s addiction. Support groups and therapy are available at our facility during the evenings, but this is more of an ancillary service rather than the primary focus of treatment.
Rather than working in large groups, our clients experience a more collaborative, comprehensive, and intrinsically focused treatment. Our staff includes a multi-disciplinary team of licensed professionals who help clients address the heart of their addiction.
How Does Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Work?
Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab provides a safe environment for people struggling with drug or alcohol addiction to begin the recovery process.
While a recovering person is staying at a residential drug rehab center, they are effectively away from people, places, and situations associated with substance use. This makes it easier to focus solely on recovery.
From the Beginning
Beginning the recovery process in the safety of an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility offers medical supervision and monitoring and medication management throughout the detox process. When detox is complete, the recovering person is introduced to a range of treatments and therapies designed to begin working on some of the underlying psychological triggers behind addictive behaviors.
What Happens in Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Residential inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs begin by conducting a thorough assessment of each patient’s unique needs. The objective is to determine the right combination of treatments to improve outcomes. If you are a loved one are struggling with substance addiction, we at Silver Ridge can help you beat it. Some of the addictions we treat are:
Drug and Alcohol Detox
The first step towards recovery begins with the detox process. Depending on the type of drug being taken, some people may be at risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms. In some cases, symptoms of withdrawal can be unpleasant or uncomfortable. In other cases, there is a risk of developing symptoms that could be potentially life-threatening and may require emergency medical assistance.
What Does Detox Do?
Detox simply eliminates the effects of the drug from the body. On its own, it does nothing to address the psychological reasons behind the addiction.
The next step in the recovery process involves a customized program of individual counseling sessions. Counseling may incorporate various therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. Specialized therapy sessions may also be necessary for some recovering people.
These may be tailored to work on anger management, stress management, family therapy, or any underlying mental health conditions that may need attention.
Group therapy sessions are also a big part of the addiction treatment process. Spending time in group therapy sessions helps reduce feelings of isolation. Peer interaction within the group also helps provide support and motivation through recovery. Aside from traditional treatments, intensive rehab programs also integrate a variety of alternative or holistic therapies. Alternative therapies are designed to teach recovering people healthy, natural ways to cope with symptoms during recovery without the need for drugs or alcohol.