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In patient

The first step in addiction recovery program in out rehabilitation center is Drug detox. Drug detox is the natural process of ridding a substance from the body. However, a professional drug detox program, also sometimes referred to as “medically managed withdrawal,” entails the use of a set of interventions (such as medications and other therapies) to safely manage the side effects that accompany quitting drugs.

The goal of a drug detox is to minimize the potential physical harm that may result from quitting a drug (or drugs) after a sustained period of use. It’s critical to realize the difference between a professional detox program and substance abuse rehabilitation; although ”detox” and “rehab” are often used interchangeably, substance abuse rehabilitation involves a conglomeration of ongoing services that aim to socially and psychologically rehabilitate someone suffering from drug abuse. Medical detox centers, on the other hand, seek to medically stabilize patients, minimize their withdrawal symptoms, prevent the potentially harmful effects of withdrawal, and help them transition into a substance abuse rehabilitation program or other form of continued care. At our centers we provide both services and encourage the patient to stay for the complete rehabilitation program even after detoxification so on exit he/she can stay sober.

Inpatient Rehab Therapies & Treatments; overall, our center utilize a biopsychosocial model in which the patient is addressed from the biological , psychological and social perspectives. Addiction being a chronic pain, the model is commonly used in chronic pain treatment with the view that the pain is a psychophysiological behaviour pattern that cannot be categorized into biological, psychological, or social factors alone. There are suggestions that physiotherapy should integrate psychological treatment to address all components comprising the experience of chronic pain.  Inpatient addiction treatment may contain a combination of the following substance misuse therapy types.

  • Individual, Group & Family Therapy: Therapist guided therapy in a safe, supportive environment.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): A type of psychotherapy where clients are encouraged to question and examine recurring thoughts in order to phase out those that are negative and unhealthy.

  • Motivational Interviewing (MI): An addiction treatment method where the purpose is to strengthen the client’s own motivation for and commitment to change in a manner that is consistent with said client’s values.

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): A type of addiction treatment that teaches clients how to regulate their emotions to reduce the self-destructive behaviors that derive from extreme, intense emotions.

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): EMDR uses the individual’s eye movements to desensitize and help them reprocess the emotional stress associated with traumatic experiences or events.

  • 12-Step Programs: peer support groups that help people recover from substance use disorders, behavioral addictions, and sometimes other co-occurring mental health conditions.

  • Medication Assisted Treatment: The use of medications in addiction treatment.

  • Dual diagnosis & mental health treatments: Our center will also treat substance abuse and mental health disorders concurrently. We have been treating comorbid cases in which patient suffers from mental health problem induced by addiction or with an underlining mental health problem.

  • Alternative & holistic therapies: Art, music, occupational therapies, sport and exercise.

  • After–care planning – After-care planning typically begins on the first day of treatment. This process involves the patient, staff, and possibly family members discussing the best way to plan ahead for continued sobriety. After-care planning may involve referrals to community resources such as physicians, community behavioral health centers, case management, and other sources.

60-Day Drug Rehab Programs

This is a common time of duration porposed for most of our clients at Bright hills rehabilitation Center. A 60-day drug program offers a variety of intensive medical and behavioral therapies designed to help client recover from substance use issues. There are many 28-to-30-day rehab programs, as well as many 90-to-180-day rehab programs available for substance use treatment. For those who are looking for a duration of treatment that is somewhere between these two ranges, 60-day drug rehab programs offer a solution by providing a compromise between a shorter and longer stay in substance abuse treatment.

During a 60-day drug treatment stay, you will complete an intake assessment, which will collect demographic information, drug use history, and other information. You may take part in one or a combination of the various therapies at the end of detoxification process.

Out patient

Types of Outpatient Rehab

There are different levels of intensity of outpatient rehab in our program, including:

  • Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), sometimes referred to as “day treatment.” These programs are equipped with an interdisciplinary team that includes medical and clinical support staff qualified to treat complex or unstable medical and psychiatric conditions, or patients who otherwise require a high level of medical or mental health support but do not need 24-hour supervision. PHP programs typically provide at least 20 hours of highly intensive treatment each week to support patients who need daily (or near-daily) monitoring in a structured setting. Clients will receive treatment for their issues and can return home or to some other living arrangement each night.

  • Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). These programs also provide an interdisciplinary team of providers, but with less medical and clinical support than PHPs. Patients typically attend treatment sessions 9 to 20 hours each week. Programs are designed to provide the intensive forms of treatment interventions that individuals receive in an inpatient setting but in an outpatient program.

  • Standard outpatient programs (OPs). This type of program is designed to help patients focus on achieving changes in behaviors associated with substance use. There are minimal, if any, medical services offered in this level of care (although standard outpatient programs typically link patients to more intensive services as needed). Treatment consists of fewer than 9 hours of treatment each week.

Patients who don’t require medically managed or monitored 24/7 care typically start at the level that meets their needs. Someone who is medically stable with a less severe SUD may start in a standard outpatient program. Others may transition from a higher level of care, such as inpatient treatment or a PHP, to a lower level, such as an IOP. Movement is determined by progress in treatment and takes into consideration whether a patient is ready to live more independently. Likewise, if someone is attending a standard outpatient program and struggling, a higher level of care intensity may be needed, such as that offered in an IOP, PHP, or inpatient program.

Sobriety homes

Sober living homes, sometimes referred to as transitional living arrangements, halfway houses, or recovery residences, can be a step down from formal substance use treatment programs. These homes can offer an in-between option for individuals after they complete a treatment program and before they return to their homes and lives. This transition can provide continued support while residents learn to apply their newly learned self-reliant skills to real-life situations while they remain drug- or alcohol-free in a community environment.

Sober living homes are substance-free living environments for individuals who want to be abstinent from substances and maintain their recovery. Considering our local context we are working towards modeling Sobriety living homes as per the request from our clients in a cost affordable and convenient manner so the recovered client can find a suitable transition homes that can support his/her sober living. These homes are not necessarily to be certified by the health bureau for there is no much health treatment to be given, instead a peer support and an accountable assigned delegate would be reinforced so that the group and at the same time the assigned delegate stays accountable to the client sober living.

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