Residential Treatment

Residential (or Inpatient) Treatment Programs provide specialized care in a highly structured environment.

In Residential (or Inpatient) Treatment programs, clients live full-time in the facility while receiving round-the-clock care. In a residential treatment center, individuals are able to dedicate all their time and energy to recover.

When our clients enroll in a residential treatment program, they can expect their progress to be closely monitored so care adjustments can be made. An advantage of residential treatment care is the ability to incorporate all aspects of treatment in a single setting. Clients are able to stay immersed in treatment for the necessary amount of time to inspire change.

Residential treatment programs use a variety of therapeutic modalities for chemical dependency, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders. These types of programs are the most intensive and pave the way towards long-term recovery. Some of the types of therapies used are:

The length of stay in residential treatment varies depending on each individual case. Although research shows that longer stays typically produce better outcomes. This is because people are able to focus solely on treatment without any outside influence. However, at ARS, we believe that the length of stay should be determined by the client and their unique needs.

Residential treatment is also extremely beneficial for those suffering from underlying co-occurring disorders. Mental illness and addiction often go hand-in-hand, with one disorder affecting the other and vice versa. In a live-in facility, clients are able to undergo a comprehensive treatment plan to treat both disorders simultaneously. Some examples of co-occurring disorders are:

Our clients that enroll in a residential treatment program should expect an intensive, personal, and comprehensive care regime that puts them on the most hopeful path towards recovery.