When you decide to go through a substance abuse treatment program at Rockland Recovery, the next step is choosing your sessions. One option is attending full time in a residential inpatient treatment program. Also, we offer outpatient treatment for individuals interested in therapy in shorter or more convenient time frames. It’s vital to weigh the benefits of inpatient vs. outpatient treatment for your unique needs. Thus, taking a moment to consider which type of program would best suit your needs makes sense. To see whether or not you or your loved one is right for this treatment, learn more about each type of program we offer.
About Inpatient Treatment
Our inpatient treatment program allows individuals to reside here at one of our sober living houses. From there, you have 24/7 support and medical assistance with everything from detox to the 12-Step Program. You live at the facility and attend intensive day treatment programs. This way, you can advance your way through a treatment program more efficiently.
Inpatient treatment is considered beneficial for patients who have opioid or alcohol addictions, as well as for men with disorders who have been to treatment before. Our goal with all of our inpatient treatment services is to take into account the patient’s initial wellbeing and sober living success rate during intake. That way, we can make sure that we put you in the right type of treatment from the start.
The only consideration is the cost since you will be spending a great deal more time at the center. Check with your insurance agency to see if your healthcare covers your treatment. You may also be eligible for financial aid services upon availability.
Understanding Outpatient Treatment
In an outpatient treatment program, you come and go as you need to for work and home time. The treatment programs typically involve some form of counseling or therapy. In addition, you have access to our addiction specialists who offer 12-Step Program services. This can be a viable option for patients who have a full-time job or a home life where they need to stay at home.
However, if you are going to attend outpatient treatment as your only form of care, you will need to be in a good place with sober living. This includes having the resources and support back home to help you with your recovery. Also, certain types of substance disorders, including dual diagnoses, can require more advanced intensive treatment.
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment
In a case by case manner, we review each person to decide a level of care right for them. This involves an exam and interview in most cases. Following an intake review, your case agent or counselor helps you weight the benefits of inpatient vs. outpatient treatment services.
Here at Rockland Recovery, we specialize in both types of treatment for adult men. The goal is to provide men with the sober living needed to make it to the next level in recovery. Whether this involves starting with medication-assisted detox or going straight to the 12-Step Program, we get you on the right track.
Choosing a Program Pathway
When you apply for a place as a patient at Rockland Recovery in Massachusetts, we will direct you to the right place. We have two houses that offer sober living in MA in Dorchester and Rockland. Here patients have everything they need in a residential facility. Contact our office at 855.732.4842 to get started with your application for services. The treatment will be focused on the 12-Step Program but will also include personalized therapy. See what we have to offer for you or your loved one in terms of safe, effective treatment for substance disorders.