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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient Rehab Takes Place At Our Facility

Residential treatment, sometimes known as inpatient treatment, is what comes to mind when most people picture “rehab”. Patients remain on premises for the duration (up to 35 days) and take part in group therapy, individual therapy, support meetings, and more.

Residential Treatment takes place at our facility and involves staying as a full-time resident for 30 – 45 days. Before enrolling in our inpatient treatment, patients may first be asked to undergo medical detox, during which they withdraw from their substance, occasionally through the use of supplemental medications that ease withdrawal symptoms.

The goal of Landmark’s residential program is to stabilize and improve the life functionality of patients who have already completed withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, sedatives, or other mind-altering substances. The residential treatment program is transitional in nature and aims to ultimately return the patient to their community prepared to continue their recovery.

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Residential Program Information

Our residential treatment program is centered around teaching the patient skills related to continued sobriety, with therapy sessions designed to explore the underlying triggers of substance abuse, and support groups designed to help recovering addicts share their story in a safe, private environment. Here the patient can build a network of support and skills that can last well beyond our doors.

Our inpatient treatment is carefully structured so that patients have a balance of structure and free time. Not all residential treatment centers operate the same way, but many offer some form of both group and individual therapy sessions. Patients will be assigned to therapists and counselors in either group blocks or assigned to meet with their individual clinician weekly.

Group Therapy

Patients will convene in a group setting with one or more therapists/counselors to learn about the recovery process. Topics can range from 12-Step, SMART Recovery, and Seeking Safety to broader topics such as family dynamics, the disease of addiction, and skills for fighting cravings. Group therapy may sound like the last place you want to deal with your personal issues, but the truth is that many patients share similar stories and points of view.

At Landmark Recovery, patients receive at least 21 hours of group therapy per week. Group therapy helps foster openness and honesty and is a great chance to offer support to fellow patients in recovery. It may be difficult at first, but sharing stories can help build camaraderie, relieve burdens, and allow for emotional healing. Many friendships forged in group therapy can last well into recovery at our residential treatment centers.

Individual Therapy

Patients may also participate in individual therapy in the afternoons. This portion of treatment can be the backbone of treatment, as it provides the kind of personal and deep recovery work that an individual needs to maintain sobriety in the long term. Each individual therapy session takes place between the patient and their assigned therapist. At Landmark Recovery, patients are guaranteed at least 2 hours of individual therapy sessions per week, the frequency of which are determined by the medical director. Topics covered can include:

  • Personal history
  • Mental health care (dual diagnosis)
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the most useful tools used in addiction treatment centers. CBT is typically conducted in individual therapy because it asks the patient to address specific and personal triggers that lead to substance abuse. Once these trigger moments are identified, the therapist will work to help the patient develop healthier responses to those triggers and defeat negative modes of thinking. In these one-on-one sessions, patients will be asked to open up and discuss some of their deepest insecurities, fears, and more. Although it may feel painful, the result is incredibly beneficial.

Family Therapy

Family therapy is an option that some residential treatment centers offer for those who need it. Addiction is often called a “family disease” because it is typically inherited genetically and fostered in an unhealthy or dysfunctional family environment. Addiction can infect family relationships in a multitude of ways, so family therapy is useful as its own form of therapy because it can address and help to resolve the numerous issues that are present within a family that may be contributing to an addiction.

Meals & Activities

It’s equally important to spend time socializing with other patients as it is to get tasty and quality meals. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner offer a chance for patients to fraternize and learn about one another outside of sessions. At Landmark Recovery, snacks are available to be requested at any time. The meal schedule is as follows:

  • Breakfast: 7:00
  • Lunch: 12:00
  • Dinner: 5:00

In the afternoon, patients may be exposed to alternative sessions for inpatient treatment, such as music therapy, fitness activities, or other enrichment activities. Typically, patients will take part in group activities that add a little bit of levity and enjoyment to the recovery process. Sessions are assigned based on overlapping patient needs and further address topics that have been raised in prior sessions.

Support Meetings

Landmark Recovery staff will ask patients to take part in a 12 Step program or a similarly structured meeting. In a 12 Step meeting, there is typically no set structure or topic to follow and patients are able to voluntarily give voice to their thoughts. This can involve storytelling, feedback on activities, advice for other patients, questions about treatment, and more. These meetings provide a safe and structured environment for patients to unwind, process the day’s learning, and share with their peers. The 12 step meetings we offer are for individuals in treatment, but we also offer 12 step meetings available to the community. AA meetings, both in treatment and community, are also offered.