What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab, or residential treatment, is a highly structured and intensive addiction treatment. Clients live at the facility, away from drugs or alcohol, and receive evidence-based treatment from licensed experts throughout the day. Inpatient rehab helps you focus solely on your recovery to give you the tools required to stay sober
Is inpatient treatment right for me?
Attending inpatient rehab can be life-changing if any of these apply to you. We’re here to help.
What To Expect in Our Inpatient Care
Inpatient rehab provides you with the tools, self-awareness and support for living a substance-free life.
During your inpatient stay, addiction experts guide you in a full-time treatment plan that addresses your symptoms and the underlying causes of your addiction. This includes treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions and medication-assisted treatment as medically appropriate.
Individual and group therapy
Expert medical care
Healing amenities & activities
Nutritious meals & snacks
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Our patient-first approach and expert team can provide you with the tools, therapeutic guidance and medical support necessary to get your life back.
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A Recovery Advocate can answer any questions and help you get started in inpatient care.
Using Insurance for Inpatient Rehab
Orlando Recovery Center is in-network with most national and local insurance providers. We can confirm your insurance coverage or discuss private payment options.
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FAQs About Outpatient Rehab
How long is inpatient rehab?
How long it takes to complete treatment depends on the person’s behavioral health needs and substance use history. Most clients finish medical detox and inpatient rehab programs in 15–25 days.
Will I be forced to stay in inpatient rehab?
Leaving treatment early often leads to relapse and overdose, so we encourage clients to complete their entire treatment plans. However, as long as they are not a danger to themself or others, clients may leave rehab, even against medical advice, at any time.
Does inpatient rehab work?
Yes, many people began their lifelong recovery with inpatient addiction treatment. While there is no “cure” for substance use disorder, recovery is possible. We consider inpatient rehabilitation successful based on improvements to our client’s physical and mental health, employment or educational status, relapse time, safety and legal status, and relationships with loved ones.
How can I pay for inpatient rehab?
Insurance may cover some or all of your inpatient rehab costs. Orlando Recovery Center can also work with clients without insurance to develop a private pay option.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
Attending inpatient treatment will require leaving your job, at least temporarily, but several laws are in place that can help protect employees when attending inpatient rehab.
Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?
Recovering from your addiction is the best way to provide a better future for your children. While there are no guarantees you’ll maintain child custody, completing treatment to reduce addiction’s harmful effects on your life may make you more likely to keep your children.
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Our full continuum of personalized treatment programs ensures each client gets professional care that meets their needs.