Residential Treatment Program
Inpatient recovery programs, also known as residential treatment, require you to check yourself into a controlled environment to overcome your addictions. You stay at a treatment center with 24-hour medical, physical and emotional support.
At Arrow Passage Recovery we take care of the enrollment process. We will deal with the insurance company, the travel arrangements, the FMLA paperwork, etc. You just have to be ready for an addiction free life.
Arrow Passage Recovery offer a broad range of services, including Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient services.
Focus on getting Well and Sober
During inpatient treatment at Arrow Passage Recovery, you are able to completely focus on getting well and sober without the distractions of everyday life.
A typical day in APR residential treatment is carefully structured and accounted for. Psychologists, counselors and psychiatrists meet with you individually and in group settings to guide inpatient recovery.
A typical inpatient stay runs anywhere from 28 days to six months.
Taking the First Step
The first step in inpatient treatment is medically assisted detox. This may be completed at the in-patient center or a stand-alone detox unit. Our Physicians' will monitor vital signs while the drugs exit the body. Drug cravings are common during detox and can be difficult to overcome, often leading to relapse.
Constant medical care provided during inpatient treatment helps guard against relapse. Our clinicians can provide necessary medicine and medical expertise to lessen cravings and withdrawals. The brain reacts differently to different addictive substances over time and frequent use. Withdrawal symptoms aren’t pleasant for any drug, but some drugs should never be quit without medical supervision. Some withdrawals can be fatal. Lethal withdrawals are linked to drugs like synthetic opiates, benzodiazepines, alcohol and heroin.
During inpatient rehab Arrow Passage Recovery, you will have access to 24-hour medical attention. This attention can mean the difference between relapse and recovery.