TYPES OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS
- May 14, 2018
While most professional substance addiction treatment programs contain the same basic elements, the specific details of each program can vary widely. It is important to evaluate each program based on your unique set of interests, circumstances, and situational requirements.
Residential Treatment: Also known as inpatient treatment, under a residential treatment program, patients live at the treatment center for the duration of the program. Residential treatment programs can be short-term, often ranging from 3-6 weeks, or long-term, lasting up to a full year.
Outpatient Treatment: Unlike residential treatment, outpatient treatment programs do not require a patient to live at the facilities. Instead, treatment is scheduled during the day or in the evening in order to allow patients to continue to fulfill their other obligations such as work or school.
Partial Hospitalization: Also known as day treatment, partial hospitalization is typically a full-day treatment program that does not require an overnight stay. Although it requires a more significant time commitment than outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization allows patients to receive daily, on-going treatment while avoiding the hassle and expense of relocation that may be incurred under residential treatment.
Choosing a program that best fits your individualized needs and personality can be critically important to the success of your treatment and recovery.
The Asana Recovery Center offers a residential treatment program in a supportive, relaxing, and inspiring environment. Call us today at (949) 438-4504 to find out whether our drug and alcohol addiction treatment program may be the right fit for you.