Inpatient vs. outpatient rehab: What’s the difference?
When looking into addiction treatment programs, it’s important to know the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. While both programs have a lot in common, inpatient rehabilitation patients live at the treatment center. Whereas outpatient rehabilitation patients live at home. At Bradford Health, we offer both types of programs to meet the diverse needs of our patients. Here’s what you can expect from each.
Inpatient addiction rehabilitation
For many, the path to recovery begins with Bradford Residential Inpatient Program. This program offers individuals a medically supervised detoxification “detox” environment where they can safely withdraw from different substances. In addition, patients participate in daily, one-on-one and group therapy sessions where they learn about their addiction and how they can overcome it.
Outpatient addiction rehabilitation
Bradford Health’s Intensive Outpatient Program allows individuals who have completed inpatient therapy to continue receiving support while transitioning back to their lives outside Bradford Health. Outpatient rehabilitation is also a starting point for patients who are in the very early stages of addiction. During our Intensive Outpatient Program, patients live at home, go to work or school while attending regular group therapy sessions. The focus of outpatient rehabilitation is helping individuals learn strategies to have a lasting recovery, without relapse.
What’s right for you?
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