Alcohol & Drug Rehab near Colorado Springs
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Is inpatient addiction treatment right for me?
What To Expect in Our Inpatient Care
Inpatient rehab gives you the self-awareness, support and tools needed to start a drug- and alcohol-free life for yourself.
Addiction experts guide you through a full-time treatment plan during your inpatient stay, addressing not only your symptoms but also delving into the underlying causes of your addiction. This comprehensive approach includes specialized treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders and, when deemed medically appropriate, medication-assisted treatment.
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Speak with a Recovery Advocate who can answer your questions and get you started in inpatient care.
Using Insurance for Inpatient Rehab
Your Recovery Is Our Mission
FAQs About Inpatient Rehab
How long is inpatient rehab?
Rehab duration varies based on individual needs and substance use history. Typically, medical detox and inpatient rehab programs span 35–45 days for most patients.
Will I be forced to stay in inpatient rehab?
Completing the full treatment plan is crucial to prevent relapse and overdose. While we strongly advise patients to finish their treatment, they have the right to leave, even against medical advice, as long as they pose no danger to themselves or others.
Does inpatient rehab work?
Inpatient addiction treatment has been the starting point for countless people on their journey to lifelong recovery. Although there’s no definitive “cure” for substance use disorders, success is gauged by improvements in physical and mental well-being, employment or education, relapse prevention, safety, legal standing, and relationships.
How can I pay for inpatient rehab?
Insurance may cover some or all of the inpatient rehab costs. Without insurance, The Recovery Village Palmer Lake offers the ability to pay for treatment out-of-pocket.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
Attending inpatient rehab will mean leaving your job temporarily, but several laws can help protect your employment while you attend inpatient rehab. Our Recovery Advocates can guide you through these laws.
Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?
Treating your addiction helps you become a better parent and paves a brighter future for your children. While rehab cannot guarantee you’ll keep child custody, finishing rehab reduces the adverse effects of addiction on your children’s life. This may make you more likely to keep custody of your children.
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Don’t wait to get the help you need. Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you have, discuss payment options, and create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.