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Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient Treatment

Are you struggling with addiction? You are not alone. According to statistics on drug and alcohol use, over 23 million individuals over the age of 12 struggle with some sort of addiction.  For this reason, we at Best Drug Rehabilitation are dedicated to helping as many of these individuals as possible and return them to being functional, happy members of their family and society once again.


Statistics on Drug and Alcohol Treatment

The agency that compiled the above statistics on substance abuse also found that:

  •  1.8 million people were admitted to inpatient treatment facilities.
  •  Over 41% of the admissions were because of alcohol addiction.
  • About 20% of the admissions were due to heroin addiction.
  •  About 17% of admissions were due to marijuana addiction.


Benefits of Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

There are a number of benefits for seeking inpatient help for treating addictions. First, the staff at these facilities are trained in dealing with addictions, as well as the other issues that arise with addiction. At Best Drug Rehabilitation, our staff understands the concerns that patients, as well as their families, can have during the admission process and are able to work through these issues.

Both inpatient and outpatient facilities are available to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Some individuals feel that outpatient treatment may be better as patients can still see loved ones or even work around the treatment schedule.

            Seven out of Ten People Kick The Habit In Inpatient Facilities

The statistics show that individuals who choose inpatient treatment have a better chance at overcoming their addictions. Over 70% of patients that choose inpatient treatment are successful at breaking the cycle of addiction. The rate for outpatient facilities is much less, as many individuals relapse quickly after attending an outpatient clinic.

For many patients, cost is a big concern for treatment facilities. Although inpatient care may be more expensive, the admission may be covered by insurance. This means that overall, inpatient care may be less costly than attending an outpatient clinic.

Stress-Free Care

Patients who attend inpatient facilities find that the process is less stressful that outpatient clinics. For example, all aspects of their care is available under one roof. Patients’ days are structured which also helps with the healing process. During their hospital stay, patients do not have to deal with the rigors of daily life and are also free from the negative influences of family and friends. Sometimes, these negative influences can actually hinder or negate the treatment process.

In addition, patients that attend an inpatient facility are able to meet others who are also struggling with the same issues. This camaraderie and support can be a very positive influence in the healing process. Most individuals find that other patients are helpful and very encouraging. Patients who have been at the facility longer can help to encourage the newer patients. During outpatient sessions, individuals may only attend a treatment center for several hours a day. In some cases, this may not be enough to overcome the addiction cycle.

In the rare case that a problem should arise during the process, the experienced staff here at Best Drug Rehabilitation is available to deal with the situation in an inpatient facility. This also tends to put both patients and their family members at ease.  We strive to help our clients relax and focus all their attention on healing.  Our success is directly related to their success, and we know exactly what works when it comes to conquering addiction.

There is hope for those who are struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. The good news is that inpatient treatment facilities can help to end the addiction cycle and help to place people on the road to good health.