Detox is the process of ridding the body of harmful substances. The symptoms of withdrawal vary greatly from substance to substance and could be exacerbated by underlying medical conditions or Co-Occurring Disorders.
Some symptoms can be mild such as sleep disruption or irritability, while others are more severe. Severe withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety and depression, hallucinations, and seizures can be dangerous and life-threatening. Detoxing alone or without proper supervision and medication could be lethal.
A safe and reliable detox placement is the first step to addiction recovery. Under the care of medical professionals, patients can experience reduced withdrawal symptoms and are medically monitored to ensure patient safety.
Partial Care or Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Partial Care programs or PHPs offer the intensity of residential treatment without the live-in requirement to sleep in a facility or group home. Clinical treatment services are offered on a daily basis and include individual sessions, group sessions, and medication management.
Each individualized Partial Hospitalization Program is designed to effectively treat substance dependence or Substance Use Disorder. A PHP is the best fit for a patient who requires high-intensity support but does not require 24-hour medical supervision or medical care. Our PHP programs run five days a week for 4 to 6 hours a day to provide consistent support.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
An Intensive Outpatient Program is a higher level of individualized care than outpatient programs and offers greater support on a daily basis. An IOP is intended for patients who may be suffering from a dual diagnosis and require daily support but do not require PHP levels of care.
After an inpatient or PHP program, an IOP is designed to support patients in ongoing substance use or mental health treatment. Patients will receive the benefits of daily treatment in individual and group settings while still maintaining the freedom to sleep at home and address daily responsibilities.
Outpatient Programs (OP)
Outpatient programs are the next evolution of recovery after PHPs or IOPs. An outpatient treatment plan offers a reduced level of care for those who are ready to reintegrate back into their daily lives and obligations more fully.
An OP is best suited for individuals who suffer from mild drug or alcohol use or are experiencing mild withdrawal cravings, live in a sober and supportive home environment, are suffering from a new addiction, or are not also suffering from mental health concerns.
Based on their individualized treatment plan, patients will still attend individual and group sessions each week for up to 9 hours. This gives them the freedom in their schedule to fulfill work, family, or school responsibilities while still receiving consistent support.
A dual diagnosis is the presence of a Substance Use Disorder as well as a mental health disorder such as PTSD, anxiety, OCD, or depression. In the U.S., this phenomenon is more common than one might think. The research suggests that 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience a mental health issue each year.
While one disorder does not cause the other, each can be exacerbated by the other, making addiction treatment more challenging. At Achieve Wellness & Recovery, we treat each patient with a holistic approach. Every aspect of physical, mental, and medical well-being to structure the most beneficial treatment for each individual.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medication-assisted treatment is a form of drug therapy that blends traditional therapy methods with prescription medication monitoring. This process adds a layer of support for patients struggling with long-term substance use or a dual diagnosis.
In order to be truly effective, the patient’s mental and physical health treatment must be delicately aligned with their needs to avoid activating another substance dependence. Our team of addiction providers specializes in comprehensive and holistic treatment for safe and effective treatment.
By combining evidence-based treatment and strategic medication management, the patient is equipped to safely address the mental and emotional aspects of their recovery and focus on altering their habits. Long-term sobriety and recovery are possible with strategic medication-assisted treatment.
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