The benefits of inpatient rehab over outpatient rehab

Inpatient rehab, also known as residential rehab, is a form of addiction treatment in which an individual stays overnight at a facility for a certain period of time. Outpatient rehab, on the other hand, allows an individual to continue living at home while receiving treatment on a regular basis. There are several benefits to inpatient…

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Entering Treatment while Employed: What you Need to Know

Entering Treatment While Employed

When you’re ready to get help for a substance use disorder, navigating the treatment process can be daunting. While there are many things to consider prior to entering a treatment program, employment is a major concern for many.  The risks of job termination, fear of discrimination or stigma all prevent individuals from entering treatment while…

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What to Expect from Inpatient Treatment

What to Expect from Inpatient Treatment

For those struggling with a substance use disorder, making the decision to enter a treatment program can be a daunting experience.  Even if you have the desire to make significant changes in your life, you may still feel intimidated by the prospect of rehab if you don’t know what to expect from inpatient treatment. Knowing…

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