Residential long-term treatment is tailored to those who have not responded to residential short term programs. These patients may require a longer period of time in a structured environment and treatment program. Your doctor will often suggest a stay in residential long-term treatment if he or she deems it more beneficial than residential short-term treatment. The length of treatment, according to SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), is usually 30 days or longer. Residential long-term treatment is the preferred method of treatment for those who have relapsed after completing residential short-term treatment. It is also the preferred method of treatment if the patient is coming off a drug, which has an extended withdrawal period. Residential Long-term treatment, in that case, is more likely to help with rehabilitation. Finally, residential long-term treatment is beneficial for patients with co-occurring conditions, such as certain mental health issues. Residential long-term treatment allows for a longer treatment period.
If you have been struggling with substance abuse problems, and if any of these conditions are relevant to you, long term residential treatment may be the right method of treatment for you. Our website has a complete list of Illinois treatment facilities. Please call one or more to find about residential long-term treatment and the treatment options available to you. Take the first step to a sober life today.
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