Rehab FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions About Rehab

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What is Rehab?

Rehab or rehabilitation is a structured program or facility where those addicted to drugs or alcohol can get treatment to stop using substances.

What are the Types of rehab?

There are a variety of levels of care associated with rehab treatment. The type of rehab needed will depend on the individual needs of the patient. Typically, patients enter detox where 24/7 medically supervised monitoring occurs to help individuals overcome the side effects associated with withdrawal. From there, patients may enter an inpatient or residential program where they will reside on site and receive continued monitoring, treatment, and therapy. The patient may then enter an outpatient program where the patient can go to treatment “part-time” and return home everyday after treatment is completed.

Learn more about each level of care below:

How Long Does Rehab Last?

Rehab length of stay typically lasts a few weeks, with about an overage of 30 days in treatment. Detox will typically last a couple days to weeks depending on the substance used, and then inpatient can last a couple of weeks as well to ensure long-term recovery. Outpatient treatment can be on-going depending on the needs of the patient.

Ways to Get in Contact With Us

If you believe you or someone you love may be struggling with addiction, let us hear your story and help you determine a path to treatment.

There are a variety of confidential, free, and no obligation ways to get in contact with us to learn more about treatment.

Other Questions

Can I Visit Someone in Rehab?

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

Does Insurance Cover Rehab?

What Does a Day in Rehab Look Like?

What Types of Treatment & Therapy are Available?

How do I Find the Best Rehab?

How do I get to Rehab?

Are Cellphones Allowed in Rehab?

Can I Force Someone into Rehab?

Can I go to Rehab While Pregnant?

Can I Smoke in Rehab?

Can I be Fired for Going to Rehab?

Can I get Mental Health Treatment in Rehab?

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