SUD Residential Treatment | Banyan Sebring Drug Rehab

Inpatient residential treatment is best suited for individuals with long-term or severe substance use disorders (SUD), as well as individuals who require medical detox. Drugs and alcohol can negatively impact chemical balance in a person’s brain, making it difficult for them to quit without day-to-day care. Our drug rehab in Sebring, FL, offers residential treatment for addiction to help people who fall into this category get the in-depth support they need to achieve long-term recovery.

What Is Residential Treatment?

So, what does residential rehab mean? Inpatient treatment, or residential treatment, provides the highest level of care for people diagnosed with substance use disorders. Typically, residential addiction treatment includes medical detox and integrated mental health care.

At our Sebring drug rehab, inpatient residential treatment for addiction begins with our clinicians getting a solid understanding of what the client’s needs are. To find out what course of action is best suited for the individual, our team conducts a clinical assessment, during which they may ask how long the person has been using drugs or alcohol, their family’s history of drug use, underlying medical conditions, and more.

With this information, our specialists can design an individualized addiction care plan for clients. With client permission, our rehab staff may also speak with spouses, family members, and friends and consult with professionals the individual might already be working with to address their needs.

Because addiction is a multifaceted disease that affects the body, mind, and spirit, our Highlands County drug rehab brings a team together to provide clients with a well-rounded healing plan. Our residential inpatient treatment team may provide services like:

  • Clinical case managers
  • Continuing care coordinators
  • Financial advocates
  • Licensed substance abuse counselors
  • Licensed marriage and family therapists
  • Nurses
  • Nutritionists
  • Physicians
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Wellness and fitness specialists

Our inpatient drug rehab helps patients stay focused on the recovery process, explore sensitive issues in a safe and supportive environment, and build trusting relationships with their peers. Our goal is not only to help clients achieve a stable level of health and sobriety but also to instill in them the independence and motivation to sustain their sobriety long-term.

Our Residential Recovery Programs for Addiction

Unlike PHP or IOP, clients in residential treatment programs stay at our facility for the duration of their treatment. For individuals with severe drug and alcohol use disorders, this level of care provides 24-hour supervision and support that is conducive to long-term sobriety.

With that said, the first step of our inpatient residential treatment program is medically supervised detox. Detox is the first step in helping the brain and body heal from substance abuse.

Detox is the process in which chemicals are flushed from the individual’s system, which can be an uncomfortable experience without the proper medical support. It’s common for clients to experience withdrawal symptoms during detox, which are often painful and uncomfortable enough to promote relapse in a less monitored setting.

The Banyan Sebring team works with clients to evaluate their level of discomfort and provide them with the medications – if needed – to address any pain, discomfort, or drug cravings. We offer residential detox for substances like:

  • Alcohol
  • Benzodiazepines (benzos)
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Opioids
  • Prescription Drugs

Following detox, clients will then move to their residential treatment unit where they will meet their treatment peers and participate in various rehab services and activities. Our residential addiction treatment services include:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family and couples therapy
  • Mental health assessments
  • Medical appointments
  • Wellness and fitness activities
  • Nutritional assessments
  • Spiritual care via our Faith in Recovery program
  • Educational and experiential workshops
  • Continuing care planning

Our Sebring drug treatment programs are based on science, evidence, and experience of what works best in treating people with addiction. Banyan Treatment Centers Sebring is a leader in addiction treatment and will continually evolve and advance the use of evidence-based treatments to provide our clients with the best opportunities for long-term sobriety.

Some of the evidence-based psychotherapy programs used by our specialists include:

  • 12 Step Programming
  • Biofeedback
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Interpersonal Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Psychoeducational Groups
  • Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART)
  • & More

Inpatient addiction treatment focuses on stabilization and assessment of health to ensure that clients are physically, psychologically, and emotionally ready to learn about relapse prevention strategies and begin practicing recovery principles in their lives outside of rehab. For clients, the real test comes after treatment is completed.

This brings us to our alumni program. To ensure that clients stay on track and have support through challenging situations, the residential inpatient program at our Banyan Sebring rehab also offers an alumni program that provides aftercare services and support to clients who have completed their treatment programs.

Start SUD Residential Treatment Today

Your first step in starting addiction treatment at our facility is to reach out to Banyan Sebring. You will talk to a recovery expert to determine whether drug or alcohol treatment is needed for you or a loved one. If it is, our team members will recommend the appropriate level of care.

 

For more information about our residential treatment or other levels of addiction care in Florida, reach out to us today.

 

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