Inpatient or residential rehab is one of the most effective types of addiction treatment programs. Inpatient treatment provides a secure environment, which means patients will not find themselves in situations where they are able to use dangerous substances. At Northpoint Colorado, we developed our residential treatment program to provide those across the state with safe and effective residential care.
If you or someone in your life is considering residential treatment in Colorado, call Northpoint Colorado now. Our Loveland, CO clinic provides free assessments and same-day admissions. Call us now at 970.579.4569 to learn more about our inpatient treatment programs for drug and alcohol addiction.
What Is Residential Treatment for Addiction?
A residential treatment program houses clients for detox and early recovery. At Northpoint Colorado, our residential detox program usually lasts for seven days. During this initial cleansing phase, patients receive medical care and attention to help them avoid painful withdrawal symptoms.
Detox can be the most difficult stage of addiction recovery. As a substance leaves the body, a person can become physically, emotionally, and mentally ill. Drug cravings and reckless behavior can make it difficult to go through detox at home or alone. At Northpoint Colorado, we provide medications to ease withdrawal symptoms and replenish essential nutrients and fluids for a healthy recovery.
The second phase of inpatient rehab is typically 21 days dedicated to understanding addiction triggers and building new pathways to healthy emotions, mindsets, and behavior. During this time, residents go through individual cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy and group therapy to uncover addiction triggers and change their behavior. Residents also receive dual diagnosis treatment to uncover and treat undiagnosed mood disorders like anxiety, bipolar disorder, and depression. Studies show mood disorders often accompany addiction and, by treating mood disorders, addiction symptoms lessen over time.
Benefits of Inpatient Treatment for Addiction Recovery
There are many reasons to choose inpatient treatment for addiction recovery. For some people, it best fits their lifestyle or where they are in their addiction recovery journey. For others, it provides just the space they need to begin. Benefits of residential treatment at Northpoint Colorado include:
- Safe and inclusive space with private bedroom
- No access to drugs or alcohol
- Constant medical support and supervision
- A community of Coloradans putting sobriety first
- Regular exercise and yoga
- Nutritious meals
- Discharge planning
For many people, inpatient care provides the rest they need. It can remove patients from unsafe home environments, allow them to gain new perspectives, and provide the tools they need to prioritize healing.
At Northpoint Colorado, patients continue to receive care after their inpatient stay. With both IOP and PHP programs, our patients safely transition back to home life. They enjoy our comprehensive aftercare planning and 12-step programs for long-term sobriety and a built-in sober community.
Begin Residential Rehab in Colorado Today
If you or someone in your life is ready for a fresh start in Loveland Colorado, call us today. Northpoint Colorado is here to make addiction treatment accessible to our community through our range of programs. We know no two addiction stories are the same. That’s why our individualized care and integrative approach can help you thrive through our inpatient and outpatient programs. With dual diagnosis, cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, and First Responder programs, we treat:
- Alcohol addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Fentanyl addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Meth addiction
At Northpoint Colorado, our goal is to reduce drug and alcohol addiction throughout Colorado and help people from all walks of life thrive.
Whether you still have questions or are ready for a free assessment, our staff is ready to answer your questions. Call us now at 970.579.4569 to learn more about the benefits of residential rehab at Northpoint Colorado.