What Is Drug & Alcohol Rehab?
When struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, there are different treatment options available. These treatment options can include:
- Medical detox
- Inpatient or residential treatment
- Outpatient rehab
- Support and recovery groups
- Individual therapy
Inpatient rehabilitation (also known as residential treatment) provides an intensive and highly structured environment for individuals seeking recovery from substance use disorders or mental health conditions. Participants reside at the facility 24/7, receiving comprehensive therapy, medical monitoring, and support within a controlled setting. This level of care is appropriate for those with severe addictions or co-occurring disorders who require around-the-clock supervision and assistance during withdrawal and initial stabilization.
Outpatient rehabilitation offers a less restrictive approach to treatment, allowing individuals to participate in recovery programs while maintaining aspects of their daily lives. Outpatient programs vary in intensity, including intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) with several sessions per week and structured schedules, to less frequent individual or group therapy sessions. This flexibility can be beneficial for individuals with milder addictions, strong social support networks, and stable life situations who can manage their responsibilities alongside treatment.
Directions From Easton to Our Residential Treatment Facility
The Freedom Center is a modern, innovative inpatient rehab facility. We are easily reachable from Easton, at our location in Buckeystown, MD.
- We’re around 113 miles from Easton
- The drive is around 2 hours from Easton, MD to Buckeystown, MD
What Should You Expect During Substance Abuse Treatment?
During an inpatient rehab program for drugs or alcohol, the following are some things you might expect:
- A residential treatment program should begin with a complete assessment. All treatment plans should be individualized to improve recovery outcomes, hence why comprehensive assessments are required.
- Most inpatient drug and alcohol programs include individual therapy sessions several times per week and several daily group sessions.
- Family therapy sessions may be included as part of inpatient rehab.
- The primary focus for residents is their recovery and treatment.
- Once someone completes inpatient rehab they usually transition into an outpatient treatment program.
Holistic Substance Abuse Facility
In the past, one of the possible downsides of rehab was the fact that it wasn’t intensive or holistic. At the Freedom Center, we offer comprehensive care that speaks to the needs of the whole person, and not just their addiction to drugs or alcohol. Along with the group and individual sessions dealing with addiction, there are also coaching services and alternative therapies available.
For example, a few of the support therapies and coaching services offered to clients of the Freedom Center include time management, vocational programs, and programs focused on exercise and nutrition.
Is Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Right For You?
There are many benefits to an inpatient rehab program, but it might not be the right addiction treatment option for everyone. You might consider inpatient rehab if:
- You’ve completed a detox program but still require a higher level level of care. Addiction treatment is a continuum of care and it is typically advised to take gradual steps from more to less intensive programs.
- You have a severe addiction. Addiction to drugs or alcohol is a diagnosable, chronic disorder. Certain symptoms are indicative of addiction, and addiction can also be diagnosed as mild, moderate, or severe based on the number of symptoms a person has. If you have a more severe addiction, inpatient rehab may be a good starting point for you.
- You do not have a stable home environment.
- You need distance from your work, school or family commitments to focus on your recovery.
To learn more about The Freedom Center and the inpatient rehab programs we offer, contact us today.
Local Addiction Recovery Resources for Easton, MD
University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Easton
- 219 S Washington St, Easton, MD 21601, USA
- +1 410-822-1000
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/r8HLkhdPMn2rSPdw8
Dr. Justin Wade
- 19 Bay St, Easton, MD 21601, USA
- +1 410-693-8208
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/dxnU6BEZoyUX4QB26
Easton Police Department
- 106 W Dover St, Easton, MD 21601, USA
- +1 410-822-1111
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/7vJryFYENGa4YFKo6