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Inpatient Mental Health Rehab

Inpatient Rehab for Mental Health in Orlando, FL

At Orlando Recovery Center’s residential mental health care program, you’ll be able to develop a strong foundation for your mental well-being within a secure setting, protected from everyday pressures and triggers.

What is inpatient mental health rehab?

Inpatient rehab allows patients to fully focus on their mental health condition by living onsite at our treatment facility. Our program treats patients who voluntarily seek residential mental health help but are not presently a danger to themselves or others. They will be provided with a personalized treatment plan that addresses their specific needs, including individual and group therapy led by licensed therapists, medication management, as well as recreational activities such as yoga and art sessions, and access to sports facilities.

When considering treatment options, choosing a program that fits your needs is key. Our subacute inpatient mental health program may suit you if:

  • You’ve received a diagnosis for mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or other mood disorders.

  • You believe it’d be helpful to live in a safe, stable environment, away from the stress and triggers affecting your mental health.

  • You are open to receiving treatment and making necessary changes to improve your condition.

  • You’re facing challenges with substance misuse, such as drugs or alcohol, and believe our dual diagnosis care could offer valuable support.

You might need a more intensive level of care than what our program offers if:

  • You’re currently in danger of harming yourself or others, including recent suicide attempts or displaying aggressive behaviors outside of your condition.

  • You have pending legal matters, such as being court-ordered to go to treatment.

  • You have a physical condition that demands increased medical attention, such as wounds, drains, tubes, dialysis, or any other condition that needs ongoing supervision in a hospital setting.

What To Expect in Our Inpatient Care

At the ORC inpatient mental health rehab program, you’ll find a caring and comforting environment that will aid in your recovery journey. With 24/7 medical monitoring and assistance, you’ll be able to stabilize your mental health and start fresh.

In both individual and group therapy sessions, our professionals will help you understand your mental health symptoms and develop coping mechanisms to support your ongoing recovery. 

Individual and group therapy

Expert medical care

Healing amenities & activities

Nutritious meals & snacks

Our Facility

Our center provides a comfortable, home-like environment where you can focus on healing. You’ll also have access to recreational activities and a range of amenities.


Speak With Inpatient Admissions

A Recovery Advocate can answer any questions and help you get started in inpatient care. 

How Dual Diagnosis Can Help

For many, self-medicating a mental health condition with drugs or alcohol may offer temporary relief, but it often worsens their symptoms over time. Addressing both a mental health disorder and substance abuse at the same time is essential for achieving a successful recovery.

Many behavioral health facilities only treat one or the other. Our medical and clinical professionals provide treatment for both mental health disorders and substance use disorders, allowing you to address them more effectively.


Using Insurance for Mental Health Care

We understand that cost is important when choosing an inpatient rehab center. Fortunately, many insurance plans offer coverage for behavioral health treatment, which can help reduce expenses. Visit our insurance page to verify your benefits; we are in-network with many major health insurance providers.

FAQs About Our Subacute Mental Health Program

How long is your mental health rehab program?

The length of your stay in an inpatient mental health program will vary based on your specific needs. Typically, patients complete their residential stay within a span of one to two weeks.

Will I be forced to stay in treatment?

Staying in treatment for the entire duration is key to lasting recovery, and we strongly encourage you to do so. However, you can leave the facility at any time, even if it’s against our medical advice.

Can I transfer here from an acute mental health facility?

Yes. If you’ve finished acute mental health care elsewhere and want additional support before rejoining your community, our residential treatment program is open to you.

What happens after I leave your care?

From your first day in our care, a case manager will begin preparations for your graduation. They will connect you with outpatient therapy programs and mental health resources in your community to make sure you always have access to the support you need.

What if I have a mental health disorder and an addiction?

Our dual diagnosis treatment centers can treat both substance use and mental health disorders at the same time. Through admission, our medical team will review your needs and suggest either the substance abuse track or the mental health track.

If substance abuse is your focus, you will begin with medical detox and then move into the inpatient rehab program, where your mental health diagnosis will be treated alongside the substance use disorder.

If mental health is the focus, you will begin with medical detox for substance use, followed by additional group therapy sessions addressing addiction while your treatment focuses on your mental health condition.

How can I pay for inpatient rehab?

Orlando Recovery Center accepts health insurance. Your insurance plan may cover some or all of the costs of inpatient rehab. If you do not have insurance coverage, private pay options may be available.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

The law offers protections if you require time off from work for mental health reasons. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), you can take a leave of absence from work and keep your job while seeking mental health treatment from a healthcare provider. However, it’s important to understand that not everyone is eligible for FMLA benefits.

Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?

Mental health conditions can affect your ability to care for your children. While there are no guarantees regarding child custody outcomes, seeking mental health treatment and achieving successful recovery can improve your chances of keeping custody. 

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What To Expect

When you call our team, you will speak to a Recovery Advocate who will answer any questions and perform a pre-assessment to determine your eligibility for treatment. If eligible, we will create a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. If The Recovery Village is not the right fit for you or your loved one, we will help refer you to a facility that is. All calls are 100% free and confidential.

All calls are 100% free and confidential.