Five Levels of Addiction Treatment

Addiction Treatment Does Not Have A "One Size Fits All" Approach.

The level of care a person needs depends on their unique situation. The length and severity of their addiction will usually determine the level of care needed. Below are links to information about the different levels of addiction care commonly provided by rehab centers in our directory.

Detoxification

Medical Detox

Medical Detox is the first stage of addiction treatment that involves removal of toxins from the body. The treatment process is intense and normally carried out in inpatient facility. But for those with mild addictions, the process can be undertaken in an outpatient setting. If you choose the outpatient option, you will need someone to help you in the process – a palliative care nurse or a family member.

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Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment is a structured 24-hour intensive care delivery that enables people with substance use disorders and those with co-occurring mental health issues to enjoy well-structured recovery programs. Residential treatment care is often tailored for those struggling with more than one type of addiction. People suffering from a combination of substance abuse disorders and behavioral addictions can benefit from residential treatment. This treatment is given to people of all ages and with differing problems.

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Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

A Partial Hospitalization Program is one where an individual with substance abuse disorder spends less than 20 hours a week in a hospital while receiving treatment. This means you will spend up to 8 hours a day between 3 to 5 days a week in a treatment facility. These hours are normally spent during the day like in an outpatient treatment program, and you get to go back home after the session is over.

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Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient Rehab for substance abuse, also known as inpatient rehab, involves staying at a treatment facility 24/7 for a particular period of time. The duration that you spend in a inpatient facility depends on the treatment plan your physician has outlined for you. Inpatient treatment for substance abuse aims to be holistic, taking care of your physical and mental health. To this end, a wide range of specialists may be located on site to help you down the road to recovery.

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Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab involves the treatment of addiction and other related issues while the affected users enjoy the comfort of their home and community. This is unlike inpatient treatment, which requires people to stay at a facility for a given period of time. Outpatient rehabs are a convenient choice since you don’t have to interrupt your daily activities. With this type of care, you get real-time assistance without having to endure intensity of inpatient rehabs.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is one of the safest and most effective methods for helping people recover from opioid addiction. Standard addiction treatment programs mainly consist of counseling and behavioral therapy programs. Medicated Assisted Treatment goes a bit further. MAT utilizes FDA approved anti-craving medication, comprehensive therapy, and behavioral counseling to provide an integrated approach to treating addiction disorders.

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