Residential & Outpatient (IOP) Drug Rehabilitation

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Residential & Outpatient (IOP) Drug Rehabilitation2019-01-02T23:37:11+00:00

Residential and Intensive Outpatient Treatment

girl in treatment for alcoholismRecovery from addiction is a gradual process, beginning with detoxification and continuing through the phases of mental, physical and spiritual healing. Gradually, the recovering person transitions into a healthy, substance-free lifestyle. Post-acute withdrawal and cravings for the addictive substance can continue for months or years. In the field of addiction recovery there’s overwhelming evidence that ongoing support for recovering patients gives them a much greater chance of achieving lasting health, sobriety and stability.

At Savers Addiction Medical Group we do not offer one-size-fits all treatment. Each patient is unique and has varied and complex needs which must be addressed to support recovery and health. Our goal is to provide each patient with the best ongoing medical and psychosocial care and resources available to regain their health and recover completely.

One thing that is universal though is our instilling into our patients the belief that they can and will get (and stay) sober.

By following up detoxification with residential and then outpatient treatment, we can continue to give you the appropriate treatment for the stage you’re in on your recovery journey. Receiving ongoing care and support from the same medical and psychosocial team throughout recovery helps to ensure that you’ll receive the best care possible for your specific needs from a medical team who is most familiar with your holistic diagnosis, and is committed to helping you achieve lasting health.

Inpatient Treatment (Residential Rehab)

After a medical detox which can vary in length from 3-10 days depending on the substance(s) you’ve been using and other specifics of your medical condition, you will need ongoing help to recover completely. In early recovery your body needs lots of rest and plenty of good food. Depending on the addictive substance, you may need maintenance medication to avoid intense withdrawal and cravings which could lead to relapse.

Your team of doctors and other support staff can safely monitor your condition at all times while you rest and recuperate physically and emotionally in our comfortable and supportive inpatient treatment center. Inpatient treatment allows your team of psychosocial treatment specialists to devise a plan for ongoing treatment which addresses your specific needs. It allows you time to rest and heal after the physical and emotional ordeal of addiction and, through participating in group and individual therapy you can learn how to maintain a healthy life of recovery.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

After initial detox and stabilization, your treatment should continue as you resume life in your community. Intensive outpatient treatment allows you to get the help and support you need while you’re in early recovery and possibly experiencing post-acute withdrawal symptoms. Your doctor and psychosocial support team can monitor your ongoing health as you re-enter your community and deal with the normal stressors of daily life. You can continue your group and individual therapy as you adjust to everyday life without using drugs.

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Recovery is Possible. Let Us Guide You  

Addiction only gets worse as time goes by. That’s why you should contact us now if you suspect that you or a loved one has a problem. Savers Addiction Medical Group is a leading provider of prevention, education, and outpatient treatment services for alcoholism, addiction, and co-occurring mental health disorders. We can help you or a loved one recover and help your family heal, right now.

The First 1-3 Months: What to Expect

After you finish medical detox your body will be mostly free from the substance(s) you’ve been using. However, it takes time for your body to completely rid itself of alcohol and/or other drugs. You’ll need time to heal mentally and physically from the harmful effects of addiction and transition to a healthier lifestyle.

Inpatient Treatment

Completing 30-day inpatient treatment at a Savers Addiction Medical Group facility will give you the space and time you need to:

• Begin individual and group therapy
• Get involved in an ongoing support group such as a 12 Step or Alternative Recovery Group
• Work with your psychosocial support team to develop a plan and set long-term goals
• Stabilize on a medication such as buprenorphine or naltrexone under regular medical supervision
Inpatient treatment in a private, comfortable and restful setting will give you the strong foundation you need to re-enter the community and resume a healthy life.

We provide yoga classes and gym membership during inpatient treatment as a crucial aspect of the holistic approach to healing the whole person—body, mind and spirit.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)

Your Savers Medical Group team will stay with you as you transition back into the community, helping you to successfully meet the challenges and stressors of everyday life. During Intensive Outpatient Treatment you can participate in daytime or evening treatment, including individual and group therapy, depending on your situation.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment allows you to stay connected with your medical team, your psychosocial support team and your group therapy peers for the first months of re-entry back into the community. By staying connected you’ll be giving yourself the best chance possible for ongoing successful recovery.

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