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Inpatient Rehab & Residental Treatment at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug & Alcohol Rehab

“During this stage of treatment, patients meet with counselors, physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists to revisit goals set prior to the detoxification process. By building on these original guidelines, clients and their mentors work together to create personalized plans tailored to individual success.”
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What Is Inpatient or Residential Treatment?

While the work of recovery is a lifelong effort, many of the new, healthy habits that keep people on the path to success are formed during residential treatment. Patients in this stage of rehabilitation live at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab full time. There, they begin to learn the coping skills needed to overcome substance use disorders and move on to less restricted levels of care, including partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.

Residential treatment is a critical step on the path to recovery. By achieving a healthy distance from destructive influences, patients gradually begin to shed the harmful people, thought patterns and perceptions that fuel their addictions. From there, they can reimagine a new life free from the grips of drug or alcohol dependence. Our facility’s caring nurses, physicians, psychiatrists and addiction counselors are available around the clock to help patients through every stage of this transformative process.

Who Needs Residential Treatment?

After successfully overcoming the difficult detoxification period, residents can finally begin the rewarding work of recovery in residential treatment.

An ideal candidate for residential treatment has:

  • Completed the medical detox process
  • Difficulty stopping drug or alcohol use
  • The desire to overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol

What to Expect During Inpatient Drug Rehab

Following medical detox, the next step in the rehabilitation process is residential treatment. Also referred to as inpatient care, this intensive stage of recovery focuses on defining each patient’s treatment goals and building the skills necessary to achieve them.

It is a simple fact that the places and people associated with an addict’s substance abuse can trigger intense cravings. During the residential treatment process, patients stay in our Ohio facility on a full-time basis to avoid the environmental influences that could lead to relapse. Here, people work through their recovery in peace with the help of peers and professionals committed to sobriety.

Because we believe inward reflection and understanding are key to lasting change, individual and group therapy sessions are the cornerstones of most residential substance abuse treatment plans. During individual therapy sessions, clients are given the opportunity to explore the roots of their addiction, address co-occurring disorders, assess their progress on individual goals and move closer to the change they desire. In group therapy, patients are reminded of the common struggles they share with fellow residents. This supportive environment fosters closeness among peers and helps lay the foundations of empathy and self-acceptance necessary for recovery.

Topics discussed during individual and group therapy may include patterns of substance abuse, experiences with grief and loss, sexuality, trauma survival, self-esteem, family patterns, assertiveness and interpersonal relationships. Counselors incorporate other holistic and evidence-based methods of treatment into these therapeutic sessions to further set patients up for success.

Much of the work of recovery is creating a new, balanced life without drugs or alcohol. At The Recovery Village Columbus, we make this transition easier by providing patients with access to recreational activities that promote health and well-being, including yoga, art, fitness and sports.

The goal of residential treatment is to plant seeds of wellness and health during the delicate period following medical detox. The Recovery Village Columbus can help you complete this stage of rehabilitation safely and successfully with:

  • 24-hour monitoring
  • Comfortable accommodations
  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Individualized medication management
  • Recreational therapy
  • Three nutritious, well-balanced meals a day

Once patients have developed essential coping skills to curb their cravings, they usually continue on to a partial hospitalization program (PHP). Here, they begin the gradual transition out of full-time treatment and learn more about the skills they will need to continue recovery outside of the rehab facility.

Why Consider Inpatient or Residential Treatment?

The period after detoxification is a fragile time for many individuals with substance use disorders. Our residential treatment program at The Recovery Village can lend you the support you need to stay focused on getting better during this turbulent stage of your recovery. With this in mind, here are a few reasons you might want to enroll in a residential treatment program:

  • You struggle with intense cravings. Even after you’ve successfully completed the detoxification process, the physical and psychological temptations of substance use are still difficult to resist.
  • You desire a structured treatment setting. The regimented, controlled setting of residential treatment can provide you with the stability needed to develop lifelong, healthy habits.
  • You want to understand the roots of your addiction. Our talented counselors, psychologists and counselors can help you better understand the complex causes of your substance use disorder.
  • You need separation from your triggers to focus on recovery. Continuing on the path to health can be particularly challenging if you are near the people and places associated with your past substance misuse.

Your Recovery Is Possible with Residential Treatment

The right treatment during the beginning stages of your recovery is the key to transitioning to maintaining sobriety in everyday life. At The Recovery Village, our experienced staff of caring professionals give you the tools to carve out a new, addiction-free life.

What Our Patients Have to Say

Trippie Hippie WRLD
Trippie Hippie WRLD
05:58 07 Nov 21
Sorry folks, But this is actually a question. Can you do inpatient here and stay on methadone if you are taking methadone when you go into inpatient ?
Jack Castrigano
Jack Castrigano
17:53 02 Nov 21
Very welcoming to all, this place helped me so much! Thank you RVC OH!!!!! ❤️‍🩹
Dana Lang
Dana Lang
21:43 12 Oct 21
I have been to five rehabs and this one was one of the best. The therapists and counselors seem to really care and they were knowledgeable on the subjects they spoke about. The food was very good even though being addicts as we are, there still are complaints. The rooms were nice and clean. They had a nice gym and recreational activities inside and out.I would go back if needed, but I feel as though I am going to do very good.
Josh Riggs
Josh Riggs
19:00 05 Oct 21
Recovery village is a top notch facility with friendly staff and truly cares. Best recovery center around. A+
jordan scolaro
jordan scolaro
16:44 01 Oct 21
I loved my experience! The staff was awesome i cant recommend enough
Eileen Martin
Eileen Martin
17:50 22 Sep 21
Awesome experience. The facility was very nice. The classes by the instructors were extremely helpful and l learned a tremendous amount about my disease. I also had my medication adjusted for my benefit. Highly recommend this opportunity to get sober if you want a good foundation to a sober life filled with hope and recovery.
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