Our Extended Stay Addiction Treatment Program is an option aimed at clients who are either recommended for or request additional treatment to be certain of their readiness to return to day-to-day life (availability limited). Our long term drug rehab center provides an in-depth program of relapse prevention training and counseling. Focus is placed on developing coping skills as a foundation of recovery in day-to-day life.
For example, our long term drug rehab center includes:
- Room and board
- Supplemental in-depth individual & group counseling
- Relapse prevention & return to life’s challenges addiction education
- Extensive group activities aimed at everyday triggering situations
- Advanced recovery focused exercises
- Advanced experiential training aimed at relapse prevention
- Progressive next step planning for a healthy return to day-to-day life
- Continuing care options
Long Term Drug Rehab Center Benefits
An extended stay addiction treatment program is a great option for those who have fears of the transition back to daily life. In fact, many people develop anxiety about returning to work or their social circles. At a long term drug rehab center, you can continue your rehabilitation for further treatment and sober living. However, a longer stay doesn’t always lead to better results. We’ll teach you how to use your training in rehab once you return home. This training will include therapy such as:
What is the benefit of an extended stay addiction treatment program without a growth strategy? When you enter our program, we’ll give you an original assessment. Next, we can make a custom treatment plan to address the root causes of your addiction. For example, this may be due to environmental factors, relationships, trauma, and other stressors in your life.
Learn More About Our Extended Stay Addiction Treatment Program
Are you in need of extensive addiction treatment? If so, our long term drug rehab center is the perfect place for you. Contact us now at 866.416.3873 for more information. Learn more about our extended stay addiction treatment program today.