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What Is Tier Treatment?

Different levels of treatment are available for anyone wanting to take action on addiction.  Higher levels of treatment are for the more serious cases of addiction, while aftercare and group therapies are better for shorter-term addicts.  Treatment is unique for every addict. Some will need different care than others. Working with the professional team of doctors, nurses, and therapists will help provide the best options for the individual.  After graduation from inpatient or outpatient treatment, the addict should know the importance of continuing therapy. Recovery is a life-long journey and sobriety has to stay in focus.

Inpatient

Inpatient treatment involves hospitalization, detox, possible medication, and therapy.  During the stay at a treatment center, the addict will go through many changes. The experience through detox will depend on the various factors including the substances abused, body type, age, gender, and length of use.  Medications for detox and after the system is clean will be determined by the doctors. Dual-diagnosis of addiction and a mental disorder are more common to have continuous medications.

Outpatient

Outpatient treatment can occur post-inpatient or start the treatment.  An addict can become sober without inpatient treatment, although successful abstinence will be more difficult.  Outpatient support can aid the addict in sustaining sobriety.

Aftercare

Aftercare is similar to outpatient treatment.  The sessions are usually shorter with smaller groups.  The meetings help the individual transition back into society gradually instead of a sudden change.  

Group Therapy

Integration of group therapy supports all forms of treatment, besides individual therapy.  Having other people who are going through similar situations around give the addict a sense of affiliation.  Individuals can share stories and help each other understand different points of view. Connections will others is difficult for an addict.  While in recovery, the individual can use group therapy to rebuild healthy relationships.

Individual Therapy

The addict could still be facing serious issues and chose not to share the problems in group therapy.  One on one therapy gives the individual an opportunity to dig deeper with a professional. Cognitive behavioral therapy, or talk therapy, help the person in recovery find underlying issues and change thinking patterns.

12 Step Programs

Programs similar to AA and NA give the person in recovery an opportunity to continue treatment and maintain sobriety.  The 12 step programs have supported thousands of addicts and spread the success by inviting newly sober addicts. Recovery is a life-long process and having support through meetings will aid the person in recovery to stay motivated in living a healthier lifestyle.

We’re cultivating resilience for lasting wellness. Resilient House offers the highest quality behavioral health treatment to help heal addictions. Bringing together spiritual guides and holistic experts with trained clinicians, our programs are changing lives. Call us today for information:

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