What is Long-Term Inpatient Drug Rehab?
Long-term inpatient drug rehab is any program that provides residential services for an extended period of time. Services may include detox, counseling, therapy, and aftercare support. The client lives at the facility for the duration of their treatment.
List of Long-Term Inpatient Drug Rehabs
Here is access to our entire long-term inpatient drug rehabilitation database. Please select a state . If you need help locating the right treatment for you, do not hesitate to contact one of our treatment specialists at 1-800-304-2219.
Type of Treatment
- Long-Term Inpatient Rehab
Why is Long Term Treatment Effective
- Long-term residential treatment programs are for people who need intensive levels of addiction treatment.
- The high-intensity treatment is a good option for people experiencing chronic relapse.
- The therapeutic benefit of long-term drug rehab is access to transformative therapies and a wide range of modalities of therapy and counseling.
- The sessions allow more time to develop sober living skills and recovery principles.
- It is also common to help the patient with employment training and transitional housing.
- Relapse prevention is also crucial, and long-term programs help develop relapse prevention skills and coping skills.
Questions to Ask Regarding Long-Term Treatment
What is the average length of stay?
What are ALL the services included?
Are there any hidden or additional fees?
Tips When Looking for Long-Term Drug and Alcohol Rehab
- Consult our directory for long-term inpatient drug rehab we have found available in your state or call or contact us using our call back.
- Contact your local Medicaid office or health insurance provider; find out what long-term treatment options are covered by your health insurance plan.
- Contact more than one long-term program in your state; if there is a waitlist, place a name on it. Ask about the admission process. Also, ask about payment options and what insurance they accept.
- Consider long-term programs outside of the area your loved one resides in. Yet, do not rule any option out if something is available and needed quickly.
- If time permits, list your top three long-term inpatient options that fit your finances and provide your loved one the required treatment. Ideally, select the option that fits best with their individual needs, based on a prior addiction assessment if one was completed, for example.
- Begin the admission process as soon as possible.