How It Works
Common Medications Used
Types of Behavioural Therapies
Residential Treatment:Residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, offers a structured and supportive environment for individuals with severe addiction or those who require intensive care. This section will delve into the definition, structure, and benefits of residential treatment.
Definition and Overview:Residential treatment involves individuals residing at a treatment facility for a designated period, typically ranging from several weeks to several months. It provides a highly structured and supervised setting away from triggers and distractions, allowing individuals to focus solely on their recovery.
Structure and Approach:This subsection will outline the typical structure and components of residential treatment programs, including individual and group therapy, 24/7 support, medical supervision, and holistic approaches. It will emphasize the importance of personalized treatment plans and aftercare support.