Short-term rehabs are abbreviated behavioral care programs for individuals suffering from the early stages of substance use disorder. Very often, these programs may be court-ordered or used to treat children or adolescents who have engaged in substance abuse; but have not yet graduated to the level of dependency. Short-term rehab programs last anywhere from two to four weeks and incorporate group therapy, individualized counseling, and other patient-focused therapies to help participants examine the root causes, sustaining factors, and long-term consequences of their substance use. These programs are usually administered in an inpatient treatment program; however, some outpatient facilities also offer this model of care.
Short-term rehab is generally used to describe any substance use treatment program that is less than 30 days.
Indiana offers many of these programs including but not limited to:
Short-term rehab can sometimes be covered by private or employer-provided health insurance, and outpatient programs can sometimes be covered under Medicaid. These programs also include services like case management, medication assistance, comprehensive behavioral therapy, relapse prevention, and aftercare, and they can be a prime alternative to a prolonged and extended course of treatment that can last 30 days or more.
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