Orange County Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Substance use disorder does not discriminate, and it can easily take over a user’s life. If you are suffering from substance abuse, talk to our professional team. You’re not alone. Over 23 million people are in need of treatment; 33.2 percent of those admitted to treatment programs are between the ages of 20 and 30. Those between the ages of 31 and 50 make up another 34 percent of admissions. Substance abuse in Orange County and across the country is not limited to illegal street drugs. Prescription and over-the-counter drugs make up a majority of abused substances.
When you’re ready to take your life back, call us at (855) 207-7477 to discuss your next step. Our addiction specialists can help you identify an Orange County inpatient addiction treatment program that can work for you.
Inpatient treatment information
Inpatient substance abuse treatment in Orange County provides a safe place for those with substance use disorder to detox and rehabilitate. If you are facing a severe addiction or have relapsed from a previous recovery, this option may help you to succeed. You’ll work with trained, experienced professionals to create a plan that can work for you. There are many options available, and we can help you to find one that meets your unique needs.
When you contact us, we’ll ask several questions about substances you’ve taken, length of use, and frequency of use. We’ll help you to find and enroll in an inpatient program, where you’ll stay for between 30 and 90 days. The length of time will depend on the severity of your addiction and previous drug history.
Your first step after enrollment is drug detox. Your health will be monitored in order to ensure there are no complications as a result of the detox. The professional team will make sure you are rested, hydrated, and well-fed. You may receive some medications to reduce the withdrawal symptoms associated with detox. These possible side effects include headaches, muscle aches, anxiety, and mood changes.
Medications you may be given include basic pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen. If you have been or are being treated for a mood disorder, you’ll likely be given a mood stabilizer medication. Depending on the severity of the withdrawal symptoms, you may be given medications for nausea or digestion issues as well.
Pick up the phone and contact our addiction specialists today at (855) 207-7477 for more information on how medically supervised inpatient treatment can help.
What to expect during your stay
When you enter an Orange County addiction treatment program, you’ll stay at the facility throughout your detoxification. You will also remain at the facility while you attend therapy sessions. These group and individual sessions will help you to identify triggers and learn the steps to take when tempted by substances. You’ll learn coping tools you can use when depression, anxiety, and stress cause behavioral problems. Friends and family are often invited to visit while you’re at the center. This can help aid in the recovery while starting the process of fixing damaged relationships caused by the substance abuse. It can also give them the tools they need to help you with your next recovery steps.
A key benefit of inpatient addiction treatment is the friendships you will build with your peers. You’re encouraged to share with others during group therapy and to work together with others. They will learn from you as you learn from them. Upon release, you may find these friendships are an excellent form of support and encouragement.
If you have questions about inpatient rehab, we invite you to call us today at (855) 207-7477. Our addiction specialists can tell you how enrolling in a program for drug detox in Orange County can help. We’ll also guide you through the process of enrollment.
Upon completion of an Orange County inpatient addiction treatment program, you will have some options. One option is to reside in a sober living home. These homes allow you to slowly transition from the inpatient setting to your home while remaining monitored. You will start to return to your daily life while remaining in contact with treatment professionals. This option will often include regular drug testing to ensure you are not going through a relapse. Sober living homes are temporary and transitional homes; you’ll likely stay for one to three months. If necessary, you’ll be given job or housing placement assistance.
Another option is to go from the inpatient program to an outpatient program. In the outpatient program, you’ll return to your daily life while receiving treatment. You’ll continue to receive counseling and maintenance medication. Depending on the situation, there may be continued drug testing in to detect relapse.
Reach out to our Orange County addiction specialists at (855) 207-7477 for more information on aftercare options when treating substance abuse. We have professionals on hand ready to help.
Taking care of your health and resolving an addiction will often be covered by many insurance plans. We can help you to work with your insurer to discuss what they will cover. If you are not insured, we may be able to help you to find sliding scale programs that can cover some of your costs.
We also recommend you make arrangements to have your financial commitments handled by a trusted friend or family member. Talk to your employer about a leave of absence. You may be covered by the Family Medical Leave Act. Some employers may have short-term disability options that allow you to continue receiving a paycheck for a limited time.
Don’t let financial concerns prevent you from taking your life back. Your physical and mental health need to be the priority while receiving treatment.
When you’re ready to talk about inpatient drug and alcohol treatment, don’t hesitate and call us now. Our addiction specialists can be reached at (855) 207-7477. We want to help you receive help for your substance use disorder, and take your life back today.