Inpatient or Outpatient

Which Rehab Program is Better for De-Addiction – Inpatient or Outpatient?

Getting a friend or family member to commit to seeking help for addiction treatment in Philadelphia or one of our many treatment centers around the country is an incredibly important step towards their recovery. However, not every rehab center is the same. There are two types of rehab centers – inpatient and outpatient. The following is a basic introduction to both types of rehab centers to help you decide which addiction treatment in Philadelphia or other convenient locations, best suits the needs of your friend or family member:

Inpatient Rehab Center

This is what we specialize in. An inpatient rehab center requires the patient to check into the rehab center and stay there day and night for a period of time – usually 28 days. Depending on how severe the addiction is, the stay can be extended or shortened. One of the main benefits of an inpatient rehab center is that the patients are monitored at all times, which means it will be almost impossible to relapse during treatment.

Additionally, they’ll be in safe hands during the difficult withdrawal periods and will be kept away from triggers. Inpatient rehab centers also focus on group therapy, family participation and fun activities all while ensuring that patients are kept on a healthy diet. This helps promote both mental and physical health. Patients who have attempted rehab before but failed may want to consider checking into an inpatient rehab center. This is the most powerful and successful method of addiction treatment.

Outpatient Rehab Center

Patients whose addiction is not deemed as severe by a professional may want to consider an outpatient rehab center. Outpatient rehab centers don’t require patients to stay overnight or for an extended period of time, which means that patients can live their normal day-to-day lives while they are undergoing treatment. Usually, patients are required to visit the outpatient rehab center for a couple of hours a day.

The drawback is that patients will have to make a concerted effort to not be around triggers and to avoid relapsing since they will not be monitored 24 hours a day. However, one of the benefits is that they will be able to go to work or attend school if that’s what they were doing before seeking treatment. Anyone attending an inpatient rehab center will not be able to go to work or to school during that time.

These are the differences between an inpatient and an outpatient rehab center. Use this information to decide what type of addiction treatment center in Philadelphia or other US cities will work best for your friend or family member. Please note that we do not offer outpatient rehab services.

Please contact us to today and find out more about addiction treatment in Philadelphia, Florida, Texas or California. We have personally assessed the best quality partners in these regions and guarantee the highest quality rehab treatment to our clients.

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