“During this stage of treatment, patients meet with counselors, physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists to revisit goals set prior to the drug and alcohol detoxification process. By building on these original guidelines, clients and their mentors work together to create personalized plans tailored to individual success.”– Dr. Tiffany Bell, Medical Director at The Recovery Village Columbus
What Are Residential Treatment Programs?
Residential treatment programs require patients to live on-site at a facility while receiving treatment. This means residential programs provide room and board in addition to addiction treatment services. Patients do not return home each night while in residential treatment. They receive all their meals on-site at the treatment center and have a room to call their own. Patients in residential treatment may have a roommate.
Sometimes residential treatment centers are referred to as inpatient rehab. The bottom line is these programs provide around-the-clock care and require patients to leave home for some time.
Residential or inpatient treatment is the highest level of care on the addiction treatment continuum.
You may choose this level of care over alternative options for the following reasons:
- You struggle with intense cravings: Even after you’ve completed the detoxification process, the physical and psychological temptations of substance use are still difficult to resist. Cravings can be managed in an inpatient rehab, where you will not have access to drugs like in the outside community.
- You desire a structured treatment setting: The regimented, controlled residential treatment setting can provide stability needed to develop lifelong, healthy habits. For example, in our inpatient Ohio addiction treatment center, we follow a regular schedule that helps patients develop a daily routine.
- You need separation from your triggers to focus on recovery: Continuing the path to health can be particularly challenging if you are near the people and places associated with your past substance misuse. In inpatient rehab, you can establish a period of sobriety and develop the skills needed to manage cravings without being challenged by triggers.
See Related: Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab
What To Expect in Inpatient Drug Rehab
It is a fact that the places and people associated with a person’s substance misuse can trigger intense cravings. During the residential or inpatient drug rehab process, you can expect to stay in a facility full-time to avoid environmental influences that could lead to relapse. While in an inpatient program, people work through their recovery in peace with the help of peers and professionals committed to sobriety.
To achieve the goals of residential or inpatient treatment, you can expect the following:
- Individual therapy sessions: During individual therapy sessions, clients can explore the roots of their addiction, address co-occurring disorders, assess their progress on personal goals and move closer to the change they desire.
- Group therapy sessions: This supportive environment fosters closeness among peers and helps lay the foundations of empathy and self-acceptance, which are necessary for recovery.
- Recreational therapy: Access to recreational activities, like yoga, art, fitness and sports outside of formal treatment, allows you to focus on holistic health and wellness and create a life without drugs and alcohol.
- Twenty-four-hour monitoring
- Comfortable accommodations
- Individualized medication management
- Three nutritious, well-balanced daily meals, plus snacks
Much of the work of recovery is creating a new, balanced life without drugs or alcohol. In residential treatment, you can expect to begin the transition to a new life.
About Our Drug Rehab Center in Ohio
If you’re looking for a rehab center in Ohio, The Recovery Village Columbus offers 52,400 square feet of medical, therapeutic and recreational spaces. Our inpatient rehab programs typically last 10–21 days after a medical detox period.
Our range of amenities make our facility one of the top rehabs in Columbus, Ohio. Our amenities include:
Two fully equipped gyms
Paved volleyball court
Outdoor pickleball court
Outdoor fire pit, Off-site field trips
What Our Patients Have To Say
What Happens After Inpatient Treatment?
After completing an inpatient treatment program, many patients continue their treatment in an outpatient setting. For patients seeking Ohio addiction treatment, we offer a partial hospitalization program, which can be a suitable step-down option after completing an inpatient program.
Regardless of what program you choose after inpatient treatment, it’s important to participate in aftercare programming. Aftercare services provide continued support through counseling, referrals and recovery resources after you complete rehab. At our Ohio drug rehab center, we believe in the importance of aftercare and offer this treatment option.
Contact Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Today
If you’re looking for drug rehab in Ohio, The Recovery Village Columbus is here to help. We offer a full continuum of treatment options, including medical detox, inpatient services, aftercare and a range of outpatient programs. Contact us today to learn more or begin the admissions process.
Call our admissions team today to discuss the right treatment plan for you.
Melemis, Steven M. “Relapse Prevention and the Five Rules of Recovery.” Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, September 2015. Accessed September 13, 2022.
Medicaid.gov. “Overview of Substance Use Disorder (SUD)[…]very System Reforms.” April 2017. Accessed September 13, 2022.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.”The Case for Screening and Treatment of […]Occurring Disorders.” June 27, 2022. Accessed September 13, 2022.
The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with a substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider.