Residential drug rehab centers in Utah provide on-site accommodation while you undergo substance abuse treatment. During your time in the rehab center you will receive individual therapy as well as group therapy.
Although the therapeutic approaches may be somewhat similar, outpatient treatment, as the name suggests, means that you attend therapy sessions a few days a week for a few hours each time. Outpatient treatment allows the individual to keep working or dealing with other commitments while undergoing rehab.
As residential drug rehab takes place around the clock, the addict can focus exclusively on becoming sober and breaking the habit without any external distractions. Residential programs are designed to last as few as 28 days and up to 90 days or longer. Some programs are standardized while others are designed to consider the mental and physical health of the individual, the degree of addiction and other factors. Some addicts might require some help with managing their mental health.
How does rehab work?
Making the decision to enter drug rehab can be frightening for the substance abuser, it is always a good idea to learn what to expect as just knowing what lies ahead can go a long way to dispel these fears.
*Intake interview: Different drug rehab centers in Utah work in different ways. You and a counselor will meet; the objective is to find out if you are a good candidate for the program they offer. This brief meeting also gives you an opportunity to ask questions that are on your mind. If you and the program appear to be a good fit, a date and time will be determined for your intake.
*Detox: Nothing of value can happen until you have gone through detoxification. Detox takes place under medical supervision, the objective is to cleanse the system while at the same time minimizing the discomfort and preventing any serious health issues. Once you have been detoxified, you will enter the program and community.
During a typical day during your stay you will be involved in individual and group therapy sessions and recovery meetings such as the 12 step treatment program. Three nutritious meals are served and time is set aside for exercise and personal reflection. For more information visit Alpine Recovery Lodge.