The two main types of alcohol or drug addiction treatment are residential and outpatient. Regardless of the form of treatment program, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) advises that patients actively participate in treatment for a period of at least 90 days. Residential (inpatient) addiction treatment programs are designed to provide a structured, supportive, stable, and encouraging environment for patients to recover physically and mentally.
It is important to note that no two addiction treatment programs are the same. For example, a patient may undergo a detox program at another center before continuing treatment in our residential facility and allow alcohol or drugs to be safely processed out of their body. On the other hand, some patients may not need a detox. Our medical professionals will determine this prior to admission. If you need a medical detox before coming to Spark to Recovery, our team can assist you in making a treatment plan.
At Spark To Recovery, our treatment program provides you a successful start to recovery.
Residential treatment programs are generally structured so that patients have a clear idea of what to expect. The daily program schedule is typically handed out or posted each day or night. Individuals will be informed of any potential changes. In general, addiction treatment programs may include therapy sessions, daily individual or group counseling, relapse prevention workshops, and life skills training.
At Spark To Recovery, all of our patients are part of a caring, supportive, and vibrant community where patients support one another through the challenges of addiction recovery. Everyone celebrates the joy of staying healthy and sober living together. Individuals can enjoy peace of mind knowing that our treatment facilities are designed to be conducive to healing. We offer modern workout equipment, pristine accommodations, and other recreational spaces to help set patients on the path to recovery. If you have any questions about Spark To Recovery’s daily program schedules, do not hesitate to speak with our admissions advisors today. You can call us or contact us through our website.