Addiction sucks. Having your life ruled by a chemical dependency and experiencing obsessive thoughts on a daily basis can feel like a living hell. If your addiction goes on long enough, life can also start to feel seriously unmanageable. Constantly worrying about money, lying to your friends and family, and not having anywhere to live, are all possible outcomes of addiction. There is no reason to live like this. Everyone deserves to live a happy, carefree life, including you. If you’re suffering from addiction and are ready to take your life back, inpatient treatment is a great option for you.
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab is often the first step people take on their journey toward recovery. By going to inpatient rehab, you’re making the decision to remove yourself from society for a period of time. Our program at STAR Recovery lasts anywhere from 30-60 days. During this time you’ll participate in a variety of therapy sessions which can include: individual therapy, group therapy, anger management, mindfulness, meditation, art therapy, and music therapy.
Upon arrival our staff will determine the best course of treatment for you. Depending on the substance you’re addicted to, you may require detoxification. The goal of detoxification is to get any drugs or alcohol out of your system. It’s important to do this under medical supervision as health complications can potentially arise. Our incidental medical services (IMS) provide trained medical professionals onsite to ensure you will have a safe detox.
After detox (if you require it) your inpatient program will begin. You will live at our facility during this time while receiving addiction treatment. While we will uncover and address all of your addiction issues, we will also help set you up for a smooth transition after treatment.
How Does It Help With Addiction?
Inpatient treatment will help you with your addiction in many ways. During inpatient treatment, you’ll be under constant supervision during detox. Most people detoxing on their own end up relapsing because the withdrawals are severe or they just feel so sick and don’t know what to do. We will make you as comfortable as possible while detoxing at our facility which will help prevent the urge to relapse.
While attending inpatient treatment, you’ll work with addiction specialists and therapists who will help you understand why you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol. After you figure out why, you’ll be able to learn the coping skills necessary to stay sober.
Inpatient treatment will also provide you with a support system. Being surrounded by others who know exactly what you’re going through is a crucial component of recovery. You will see that you’re not alone in your addiction. You’ll be able to talk to people who can relate to what you’re saying.
Why You Should Attend Inpatient Rehab
- Supervision: There is 24/7 supervision at inpatient rehab. Help is available for you at all times should you need anything. This level of supervision will help you feel safe and secure.
- Focus: During inpatient you’ll be able to focus 100% on recovery. There won’t be any personal or professional distractions.
- Positive environment: By attending inpatient rehab, you get to leave behind the toxic environment you were living in. You will no longer be surrounded by anything or anyone that will remind you of your substance abuse.
STAR Recovery Center Can Help!
At Star Recovery Center, we are a state-of-the-art addiction treatment program located in the scenic area of Costa Mesa, CA in Orange County. We provide luxurious amenities and the latest in substance abuse programming at our detoxification and residential inpatient program. We have invested in these resources for the benefit of our clients. Our goal is to not only help our clients get sober, but help them stay sober. If you would like to learn more about our programs in Costa Mesa and Orange County, CA, please contact us today!