LEVELS OF CARE AT RESURGENCE
We offer Detox, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient levels of care
Inpatient treatment involves intense and dedicated time to overcome addiction. When you are admitted to Resurgence Behavioral Health Recovery Center, you will be assessed to determine the intensity and frequency necessary for your therapy, group counseling sessions, medication, exercise, meals and more. Every detail is taken care of so that you can focus on getting better under the watchful eye of a dedicated team of professionals.
Here are a few frequently asked questions about inpatient care:
How Long Do Inpatient Treatment Plans Last?
There are a number of options when it comes to planning your inpatient treatment program. This will depend on the type and severity of your addiction; it also depends on your dedication and willingness to participate in the program. People who dedicate themselves to getting better while in inpatient treatment typically do better in lower levels of care—such as Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient— than people who do not commit to the full program. While there are no “typical” treatment plans, most clients who go through inpatient treatment can expect to stay for at least a couple of weeks, but up to several months. As you progress through your treatment plan, you may find that you don’t need as much support as you originally did. Some clients will transition more rapidly from an inpatient program to an outpatient program to see how well they handle recovery while returning to their everyday lives.
How do I know if inpatient treatment is right for me?
Ask Yourself These Questions Before Committing to an Inpatient Program:
- How much money are you willing to spend or how much can you afford to spend? How much does your health benefit plan cover?
- Are you willing to put in extra hours outside of your regular life to commit to getting well and overcoming the addiction? If the answer is no, you may be better suited for an inpatient treatment plan.
- Do you want the comfort of knowing that there is someone to help you 24 hours a day?
- Is your family going to be supportive of your recovery at home?
- Is your home life a source of your addiction or does it act as a trigger for your symptoms?
- How will you ensure you can attend outpatient sessions if you decide to go that route?
- Are the consequences of your addiction getting in the way of your life in the present moment? Do you need to separate from your life in order to focus on getting better?