Residential long-term treatment is for a period of thirty days, or longer, depending on necessity. Residential long-term treatment is for patients who did not find residential short-term treatment programs to be successful. Often, a doctor will recommend residential long-term treatment if he or she thinks it will be more useful for the patient than residential short-term treatment. Residential long-term treatment is catered to those who have relapsed into addiction after having been in residential short-term treatment. Residential long-term treatment is beneficial for patients who are rehabilitating from a drug which has a prolonged withdrawal period. Residential long-term treatment will be more helpful in the rehabilitation process in this case, as the patient will remain in a structured environment throughout their withdrawal. In addition, the support base enables the patient to rehabilitate faster and get back to sobriety. If a patient has a co-occurring mental health issue, residential long-term treatment is preferred due to the long treatment period needed. If you feel that you would benefit from long-term residential treatment, please call one of the Indiana facilities listed on our website today. Find out whether long term residential treatment is the correct method of treatment for you. Begin your treatment today, for a clean tomorrow.
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