At Addiction Rehab Ottawa, we offer inpatient addiction rehab to ensure you get the treatment you need, regardless of the severity of your addiction.
In most cases, you can choose between inpatient or outpatient care. While each one is equally focused on the long-term rehabilitation of patients, it is important to understand the difference between the options.
An inpatient treatment facility, like what we offer at Addiction Rehab Ottawa, offers an intensive treatment program in a residential setting to treat those with serious and severe addictions. An outpatient treatment program, provides part-time treatment, which allows those recovering to continue their normal, day to day life and schedule.
Inpatient Treatment and Rehab
An inpatient recovery program, which is also often called residential treatment, requires that patients check themselves into a controlled environment so that they are able to overcome their addictions. Our clients remain at our facility, which provides them with 24/7 emotional and medical support.
Getting Ready for Inpatient Rehab Treatment
It is important that each client fully prepares for the rehab treatment. There is no set amount of time that is required to prepare for treatment. However, it is important that you choose a date to enter the program and that you have all of your affairs taken care of prior to that date.
Some of the things that you need to handle prior to entering into rehab treatment include the following:
- Asking about what personal items you can bring in with you
- Figuring out how you will get to and from the rehabilitation facility
- Figuring out any living arrangements for family members or children that depend on you
- Talk to your employer or school
What to Expect During Inpatient Treatment at Addiction Rehab Ottawa
Our drug addiction treatment programs are uniquely designed so that you can focus all of your attention on getting well and remaining sober without having to deal with the distractions of day to day life. The typical day in a residential treatment facility is scheduled carefully, which includes meetings with psychiatrists, counselors, and psychologists. We are dedicated to your complete and long-term recovery.