When it comes to addiction every case is different. For this reason, we offer a number of treatment plans that are designed just for you. Before choosing a program it is important to consider whether you require inpatient, partial inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Choosing the best treatment program for yourself or a loved one can be overwhelming. The first step is analyzing the severity of the addiction to determine whether you need significant detox and care. Before you select a treatment plan, you should know the differences between each plan.
Inpatient Treatment Benefits
This type of intensive addiction treatment is a great choice for those suffering from severe and/or long term substance abuse. Patients will begin the program by going through a safe and comfortable detox. Throughout the inpatient treatment program, you will be surrounded by trained and caring staff. You will participate in various forms of therapy to discover and treat any underlying causes of your drug or alcohol abuse and addiction.
Outpatient Treatment Benefits
Outpatient treatment programs are a wonderful option for those who don’t necessarily require detox or round-the-clock care. You will spend approximately nine hours of each day participating in your treatment plan. During this time you will go to therapy sessions such as individual, group and family counseling. These sessions will help to overcome the underlying causes of your addiction. You may choose to customize your treatment plan to include physical activities such as yoga; or creative therapies such as art.
At the end of each day, you will return home to your family and friends. In some cases, you may be able to schedule your treatment around your work schedule. This will allow you to stay at your job while undergoing rehab for your drug and alcohol addiction. It is important for you to avoid known triggers while you are away from the treatment facility in order to recover successfully.
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Regardless of the type of treatment you need, Avalon Malibu will customize a treatment plan to help you overcome your addictions and substance abuse problems.