Drug and alcohol use disorders are a major public health concern as overdose rates continue to rise and people suffer the fallout in their relationships, careers, and mental and physical health. Whether you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to opioids, alcohol, methamphetamines, cocaine, or any other highly addictive and potentially deadly substances, a professional addiction treatment program is the safest option with the best chance of successful recovery.
The residential treatment program at Apex Recovery Nashville provides round-the-clock, evidence-based care. Reach out today to learn how our inpatient addiction treatment program can help you with your recovery. We can answer your questions and offer you helpful guidance. Our compassionate staff is available to talk to you when you call 615.703.4639 or reach out to us online. If you’re ready to build a foundation for lasting recovery, we’re here to help.
What Is a Residential Treatment Program?
Residential treatment for addiction offers wrap-around care as you begin recovery. While you reside at our addiction treatment center, you follow a schedule of therapies, group sessions, and supportive modalities that provide you with the tools and insights you need to leave substance abuse behind.
Typically a residential program is undertaken for a set period of time, for example, 30, 60, or 90 days, but ultimately the length of your commitment to the program is up to you.
Living on-site gives you the opportunity to devote yourself completely to your recovery. Your needs are taken care of, from healthy food to comfortable living quarters. Someone on your treatment team is always available to you, and you are surrounded and supported by a caring staff as well as peers on a similar journey.
Is Residential Rehab Right for You?
Inpatient addiction treatment can benefit anyone seeking recovery from a SUD. But for some, it is a clearly preferable choice, given certain factors. Consider the list of questions below. If you answer yes to one or more of them, residential treatment may be right for you.
- Are you dealing with unprocessed trauma?
- Do you want to quit using alcohol or drugs but find you cannot do it on your own?
- Have you been in addiction treatment before but had a relapse?
- Do you have a diagnosed co-occurring mental health condition such as anxiety, depression, OCD, or bipolar disorder?
- Do you struggle with your mental health even though you may not have a diagnosis?
- Is your living environment high-risk, for example, one that cannot be made substance-free?
- Do you lack a support network at home or live with or around others who misuse substances?
- Are you addicted to more than one substance?
- Are you hoping to withdraw from alcohol or drugs safely under medical supervision?
You do not need to manage on your own. Once you know you need help, realize it is available. You are not alone.
Benefits of an Inpatient Rehab Program
In an inpatient program, you will benefit from:
- Structure – With a predictable schedule, you can focus on healing and recovery.
- 24/7 support – Whether at the breakfast table, in group therapy, a 12-step support session, or while you’re working out, there are people around who know what you are going through.
- Safety – Being in a secure, trigger-free environment at the beginning of rehab can be a helpful buffer before you have the skills to stay sober in the outside world.
- Confidence – Before returning home, you will have the chance to build confidence in yourself and your recovery.
- Honesty – In residential rehab, you will learn to be open, vulnerable, honest, and transparent. You’ll admit you have a problem, support others in their vulnerability, and learn to be kind and loving to yourself.
Reach out today to learn more about the many benefits of our residential treatment program.
Inpatient Rehab Near Me in Nashville, TN at Apex Recovery
Here at Apex Recovery Nashville, our mission is to provide the best evidence-based addiction treatment possible and treat every individual and family with dignity and respect. You can expect the highest level of care in our inpatient addiction treatment center.