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A person can become addicted to anything, but the word addiction usually refers to the longing and continued use of drugs and/or alcohol. This is a medical condition that involves obsessive use of substances in spite of unpleasant consequences.
Anyone, from any walk of life, can become addicted.
A person with an addiction has a strong desire to use a certain substance, such as alcohol or drugs. They continue to use the substance even when they know it will cause problems. Over time, a person with an addiction develops a tolerance and need larger and larger amounts to feel the effects.
A person can recover from addiction and lead a productive life through long-term recovery from drugs and alcohol. While it may sound easier said than done, recovery is a long process that requires work on the addict’s part in order to be successful in long-term recovery.
The first step on the road to recovery is recognition of the problem. Once a person becomes aware that she has a problem, a health professional can perform an assessment of symptoms to see if a substance use problem exists.
Treatment and therapy can help addicted women to understand their behavior and motivations, develop higher self-esteem, and cope with stress.
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What is an Inpatient Drug Rehab?
An inpatient drug rehab is a residential program, meaning the clients live at the facility 24/7 for a set period of time. If alcohol or drug addiction treatment is recommended or if you feel as though you cannot overcome addiction, a residential program may be in order.
One benefit of inpatient rehab is that once a client has completed detox they are not immediately thrown back into the world and her old life without any support or tools to prevent a relapse. During an inpatient program, clients can expect to attend daily therapy session in order to identify the root causes of each clients substance abuse.
The women’s drug rehab in Newport Beach at Newport Beach Recovery Center offers clients an opportunity to heal in a safe & serene environment with views of the ocean and a highly experienced staff that is all female. Our program aims to provide women with a safe haven in order to recover from addiction once and for all.
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What to Expect at Our Women’s Residential Inpatient Program
Newport Beach Recovery Center offers women a variety of substance abuse treatment options at our program in Newport Beach. Insurance coverage for treatment varies based on your provider. We will work with you and your insurance company to minimize any out of pocket expense.
Once the detox period is complete, patients can choose to leave and come back for outpatient treatment or stay for inpatient treatment. For most patients, an inpatient rehab program that continues past the detox period provides them with the best chance for success.
Although the worst of the physical symptoms have abated, that does not mean withdrawal is necessarily complete or that the person does not still want to abuse the drug. It’s believed that drugs typically leave the system within 3 to 7 days, however, post-acute withdrawal symptoms can last for months. The support and supervision of an inpatient program provide an added benefit when and if these withdrawal symptoms return.
A typical day in our women’s rehab facility may look like this:
- Wake up and do your housekeeping
- Group Therapy
- Physical Exercise
- Daily Reflections
- Process / Education Groups
- Journaling / Therapeutic Art Work
- Personal Tim
- Group Relaxation Time
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Get Help for Addiction at Our Drug Rehab in Newport Beach
Recovery is a lifelong process, one that requires continuous focus and intensive support. Alumni engagement provides lifetime support following intensive treatment including ongoing group and one-on-one counseling, social activities and educational programming to help sustain recovery for life. Our goal is your life-long success in recovery.
Remember, our women’s drug rehab is called Newport Beach Recovery Center. We can help you get sober and stay sober. Call our recovery center today at (855) 213-3869.