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Levels of Treatment

To understand what treatment a person will need the care team should provide a thorough investigation and diagnosis.  Depending on the body structure, drug of choice, and doses used the person in treatment will need various therapies and medications.  Every level of addiction treatment can aid a person towards recovery. Continued support during and after treatment will extend the possibility of a successful recovery.  


Inpatient treatment is commonly known for the detox support.  Separation from society and total focus on healing the body is best with a supportive environment.  Being in a facility’s care for an extended amount of time will give a person in treatment a foundation to build on.  Trying to detox without medical assistance can be extremely difficult and harmful, depending on the toxins in the system.


Outpatient treatment is common after inpatient.  Intensive outpatient treatment provides care for some situations which are less severe.  People facing financial hardship can also find the support needed by the program. Having classes throughout the day, while maintaining a regular schedule at home, will be challenging.  Each person will need to decide if outpatient treatment is enough to help them through the recovery process.


Aftercare is shorter classes scheduled throughout the week.  The treatment gives a person in recovery the chance to check in with a group and therapist.  The continued support after treatment provides resources to sustain sobriety and remain focused on recovery.  Shorter meetings limit the range of therapy provided, although other meetings can make up for the

12 step programs

AA and NA meetings give guidance and reassurance an individual can maintain abstinence from drugs and alcohol.  Connections to people who are facing similar situations encourage everyone at the meeting to move forward. Going through the steps and being reminded of the importance of sobriety will strengthen the individual.  Each step is set to motivate a spiritual path which inspires the mind, body, and spirit connection.

Alumni Support

Alumni support is common after inpatient treatment.  Relationships built between someone in care and someone who is out of treatment gives validation to both parties.  The person in treatment is motivated and hopeful, while the graduate feels helpful and humbled by the experience. Many people in recovery find helping others through the journey as rewarding and uplifting.  

Addiction fogs your perception of what treatment will do for you.  Clarity can be found in Resilient House. Let us show you how treatment can and will support your battle against drugs and alcohol.  Break the chains by calling 833-change1 (833-242-6431).