Inpatient Treatment: A General Overview of the Process

In this Special Report, Carl Arrogante, a family therapist and addiction specialist, provides this General Overview of Inpatient Treatment.

What is inpatient treatment?

Inpatient treatment is considered the gold standard in drug and alcohol addiction treatment recommended for anyone in need of rehab.

Inpatient services provide the kind of comprehensive treatment that could help newly recovering alcoholics and addicts build a foundation that will support them through a long and healthy recovery.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient Treatment

What to expect

During comprehensive inpatient treatment, the client can expect a multi-faceted program that is uniquely designed to suit their individual needs.

If the client is physically dependent on the drug of his or her choice, they can expect to start with a substance detox and medical treatment.

Inpatient treatment benefits

Choosing to go to inpatient treatment and start a new life is a bold decision.

Making this choice confirms that the individual is ready to create change in his or her life and enjoy the many benefits that strong people who make positive choices experience every day.

Some of the benefits that clients experience after inpatient addiction treatment include:

Health benefits: Alcohol and drugs are toxins and in large amounts they do damage to multiple body systems and cause chronic conditions that can be deadly.

Financial benefits: Paying for alcohol and drugs is expensive. Paying for the mistakes made under the influence can destroy a family’s finances.

Interpersonal benefits: One of the first things damaged by alcoholism and drugs are personal relationships, and they are the first things that benefit from inpatient treatment.

Career benefits: When an individual has clarity and peace of mind, they have drive and energy to grab hold of the career they’ve always wanted.

Paying for inpatient treatment

Paying for inpatient treatment doesn’t have to be difficult. Those who have insurance will find that their policies most likely will cover the cost if not the entire bill.

Those who do not have insurance will benefit from financial options that will help you pay for inpatient treatment at your own pace.

A simple conversation with a treatment professional can help answer your financial questions.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient Treatment



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