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Inpatient Rehab in Denver

Addiction Treatment for Substance use Disorders (SUDs)

Fighting an addiction to drugs or alcohol is challenging enough. Tack on everyday triggers surrounding you at home or your job, for example, and the stress might cause you to relapse. However, you can safeguard your recovery at a rehab center. Landmark Recovery of Denver offers a healthy environment detached from the outside world, so our patients can focus on their recovery.

Inpatient rehab, also known as residential treatment, helps patients avoid the distractions of everyday life while their brain and body adapt to recovery. Once checked in, the inpatient rehab treatment offered by Landmark Recovery of Denver includes individual and group therapy, as well as family therapy, various recreational activities, and classes where you’ll learn how to begin the path toward a life without drugs or alcohol.

What is Inpatient Rehab?

Inpatient rehabilitation is what most people are referring to when they say “rehab.” Taking place at a remote facility, rehab is a common treatment program for people recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, or substance use disorders (SUDs). Rehab provides the opportunity for structure and learning to be integrated into an individual’s daily routine.

Most people spend about a month (30-45 days) as a resident, allowing themselves to be removed from temptations and stressful situations that could threaten their recovery. Patients participate in group therapy, individual therapy, support meetings, and more. In some cases, medical detox, monitoring patients as they go through withdrawal symptoms, is required before someone can be admitted into an inpatient rehab facility.

At Landmark Recovery of Denver, patients are given a structured schedule so they can maintain a daily routine and keep themselves on track through rehab. During the day, patients participate in individual counseling, group and family therapy, recreational activities and scheduled support meetings. Meals are provided daily, and patients share a room with another person in recovery. We surround our residents with a supportive environment and other patients who are committed to stopping the cycle of addiction and starting their recovery journey.

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The Goal of Inpatient Rehab

Providing patients with a safe and structured environment without the triggers and temptations to use drugs or alcohol equips them with the tools necessary for adapting to a life of sobriety before returning to the outside world. At Landmark Recovery of Denver, we help people heal both physically and mentally, while also addressing any negative influences that could lead them off the path to recovery. Inpatient rehab may vary from place to place, but the goal is always the same – to help patients regain control of their lives and experience a successful recovery from an addiction to drugs of alcohol.

Stages of Inpatient Rehab

Getting admitted into our inpatient rehab program requires a few simple steps, or stages. The steps to register with Landmark Recovery are similar to most addiction treatment centers.

Step 1: Admission

Admission is the first stage in getting into an inpatient rehab facility. At Landmark Recovery of Denver, the patient – or their loved one – will contact our admissions team and speak to a representative who will ensure they are admitted to their treatment center properly and that all questions are answered.

Step 2: Intake

When a patient enters the treatment center, they begin the intake process. Basic information about the patient is gathered at this time. Our staff provides reassurance that drug rehab can help them regain control of their life. Any forbidden items are confiscated for the safety and wellbeing of the patient, the facility staff and other residents.

Step 3: Assessment

Each patient is assessed individually by a physician to determine which treatment methods will best benefit them in their recovery. Biographical information is also obtained to help create a profile for therapists.

Step 4: Detox

Before enrolling in inpatient rehab, patients may be asked to undergo medical detox, during which they withdraw from their substance under close medical supervision. Medical detox is intended to reduce the risk of physical harm to an individual from the effects of quitting drugs or alcohol after using for a long period of time.

Step 5: Inpatient Care

Patients normally stay in Landmark Recovery’s residential treatment program for 30-45 days. During residential treatment, our patients follow a daily routine and are given multiple methods of group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy as well as recreational time. When a patient completes treatment, they are provided with continuing support and resources to prevent relapse.

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Where to Find Inpatient Rehab in Denver

Landmark Recovery of Denver is conveniently located in northeast Colorado, making it accessible to residents in western Kansas, southwest Nebraska and southern Wyoming. Located off Interstate 225, our facility is close to the Life Care Center of Aurora. In addition to inpatient rehab, Landmark Recovery of Denver also offers medical detox, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment.

Inpatient Rehab vs Outpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab is residential treatment, requiring a patient to check themselves into an addiction treatment center for up to 45 days. Intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment, however, happens outside of a rehab center, allowing an individual to stay in the housing of their choice. Intensive outpatient rehab can involve medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and various forms of counseling. It is often used to treat milder cases of addiction.

If you’re curious as to whether inpatient or outpatient treatment is the right choice for you, or if you or someone you know is seeking addiction treatment, call 725-217-9910 to speak with a recovery specialist at Landmark Recovery today.

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