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If you or someone in your family is struggling with addiction, it’s time to consider inpatient rehab at Coachella Valley Recovery Center. Inpatient rehab treatment offers a personalized plan to tackle addiction and underlying struggles so that you can return to your everyday life.

Our inpatient rehab in Southern California offers a higher chance of recovery, long-term. 62% of people who completed inpatient rehab remained sober for three years, but only 43% of people who didn’t do any inpatient rehab remained sober during that same time. Of the people who made it three years, 57% remained sober for over sixteen years. 

Even though more intensive treatment increases the likelihood of long-term sobriety, it’s easy to miss out on getting the treatment you deserve if you don’t know what inpatient rehab entails.

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At our luxury drug rehab in Southern California, we believe in treating the addiction as well as the person. We give all our clients top notch treatment and support.  Don't hesitate to contact us today with any questions you may have about our program or if someone you know is struggling with addiction.

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What to Expect at Our Inpatient Rehab in Southern California

So what can you expect from our inpatient drug rehab program at Coachella Valley Recovery Center?

Assessment

It starts with an assessment. At our facility, your highest chances of a successful recovery from drug addiction is a personalized approach. Not every therapy is going to work for each individual. Maybe you’ve tried group therapy in the past, and it wasn’t a good fit for you because you didn’t have a way to process other trauma or to develop social skills in sober situations. Learning about your previous history with drug abuse, mental health, and physical health helps us figure out what will be most successful.

We don’t want you to fail. We don’t want to offer a one-size-fits-all approach. We want to use evidence-based practices that fit your needs as an individual.

Detox

When you first enter our inpatient rehab center, your recovery starts with detox. Medically supervised detox in Southern California places you under the supervision and helps you medically manage your withdrawal symptoms. Understanding the different drugs you are addicted to allows us to monitor your vitals and give you the proper medications for things like high fever, insomnia, muscle cramps, hallucinations, or nausea.

Withdrawal symptoms can be so severe with things like alcohol and heroin that many people give up because of the pain and struggle. But we don’t want you to give up; we want you to succeed.

Customized Therapy

Once you are clean, we start your personalized therapy program. After you move into our facility, you can begin to take advantage of the amenities we offer, and the structured daily routines set help you focus on nothing but your progress and development.

Your customized routine will include a mixture of group therapy and individual therapy. We help you address things like unresolved trauma or coexisting mental health problems that have contributed to or exacerbated your addiction. We don’t just target your physical addiction. We target every aspect of your person, who you are, what your goals are, your mental health, emotional health, and physical health. Your daily routine will likely change throughout the course of your stay, especially if you have a more extended inpatient program. But this change represents progress and helps you capitalize on as many therapists and amenities as possible.

When you enter a drug detox center like Coachella Valley Recovery in Southern California, you can expect an initial evaluation. The evaluation is when you meet with team members to go over your medical history, what attempts you have made out of recovery before, what substances you have used in the past, and what you are addicted to now. This is all critical information that helps find the proper medications for your detox. If you don’t disclose all of the illicit drugs you use, there might be medical complications in managing your symptoms. If you don’t talk about a prescription you are taking to manage a mental health condition, there could be serious complications as well.

Once this is over, you come to the center where your detox will begin. A room will be made ready with staff members on call to help you remove the toxins and give you medications to ease your cravings and symptoms. If you are detoxing from things like opioids and benzodiazepines, you might be slowly weaned from those drugs with other prescription medications. You might also be given something like over-the-counter painkillers or anti-nausea medications.

Throughout the course of your detox, you are under close medical supervision, with your vitals monitored regularly. Medications can be adjusted to help you find the right comfort level and progress through the multiple phases of your detox timeline.

After that, you can transition seamlessly into an inpatient program where you work on tackling the long-term withdrawal symptoms and continuing along the path to recovery.

Many treatment programs, like Coachella Valley Recovery Center’s addiction treatment program in Southern California use individual and group therapies.

Individual behavioral therapies can help you develop personalized strategies to cope with your drug cravings, avoid drugs when you are back in your daily life, and deal with a relapse if it occurs. You can also improve your communication, family relationships, friendships, and even parenting skills with behavioral therapies.

Group therapy offers reinforcements for positive behaviors and thought processes and gives you access to a supportive social structure. Ongoing group therapy is something that will sustain you long after you complete inpatient addiction treatment.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient:
Which is Right for You?

It is important to find which works best for your individual needs. Some people with mild substance abuse issues may be comfortable with an outpatient program. However, anyone with severe substance use disorders, those suffering from dual diagnosis conditions, or anyone needing detox will likely benefit far more from inpatient treatment programs, like those offered at Coachella Valley Recovery Center.

The most significant difference between inpatient and outpatient programs is that you get the highest level of help with an inpatient program. This is best for someone who doesn’t necessarily have a supportive home environment where they can safely recover or get treatment for mental health disorders at the same time. If you need structure and 24-hours supervision, our inpatient rehab center in Southern California can offer just that.

With inpatient programs, you live at the facility full-time and are under constant supervision from supportive staff members and professionals to help you, guide you, and answer questions. Every day you have a schedule full of different therapies and holistic treatments depending on the facility’s offers. This provides you with an opportunity to remain under 24-hour care while focusing exclusively on your recovery and not on the needs of family members, demands at work, or the stress of everyday life.

Inpatient programs usually run between 30 days and 90 days, so you have to temporarily free up your schedule to move to a rehab facility for up to three months.

For some people, inpatient rehab is the first step after which they transition to outpatient rehab. But for other people, the more affordable nature of outpatient programs and the flexible program lengths are a better fit, especially if individuals are the sole breadwinner for their families or have work and personal responsibilities they can’t get out of for months at a time.

With outpatient programs, you come to the rehab facility regularly based on the schedule you have designed, during which time you still attend meetings, but you do show part-time, around your schedule. You might, for example, go to work during the day and spend your afternoons and evenings participating in individual psychotherapy, group counseling, and other activities. Conversely, you might handle all of your family responsibilities in the morning, spend most of your late morning and early afternoon at the facility, and then go back to the remainder of your responsibilities at night.

The decision regarding inpatient or outpatient programs can be made with help from professionals at rehab centers. You can speak with professionals during your assessment or evaluation and get their Insight on which program is better for you.

If you can afford the time and the cost of inpatient drug rehab near Palm Springs is always the best place to start your recovery because it has the highest chance of long-term sobriety without a relapse. You can move smoothly through an outpatient program and ongoing care.

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How Our California Addiction Treatment Center Can Help

A significant factor in recovery success is learning to deal with your struggles every day. Your environment could be full of triggers like friends and family members who don’t have sympathy for your decision to get sober, friends who constantly abuse drugs and encourage you to do so, or even triggers from your past trauma. At our inpatient rehab in Southern California, Coachella Valley residents have an opportunity to leave their current environment, step away and focus internally.

That is why our inpatient alcohol and drug rehab program helps you change how you think about yourself and your surroundings. We help you work your way through poor communication with your family so that they understand their role in your sobriety and you understand good communication and family dynamics when you leave. This type of therapy gives you coping skills and communication skills for those times when your home life or family circumstances cause you stress and make you think about turning back to drugs or alcohol.

Our inpatient facility gives you positive psychology, social support, coping skills, and social skills that you can develop in group meetings. This gives you the chance to process your emotions when they are right so that you can identify when saw patterns are beneficial for you or when they hinder you. These skills give you the chance to stop yourself when you’re having negative thoughts and change them. This helps you change your behavior and your actions.

We want you to be the best version of yourself, think highly of yourself, and be confident that you can handle whatever stress, mental health disorders, or triggers life throws your way without relapse.

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If you are ready to restart your life at our inpatient rehab in California, we are here for you. Reach out to us today, and we will create a customized program for you that optimizes your mental and physical health, helps you detox from the substances you are addicted to, and places you on the right path moving forward.

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Opening Summer 2022!

Coachella Valley Recovery Center is excited to announce we will be opening our doors in the summer of 2022! Stay tuned for more information.