When seeking addiction treatment, it’s more important to know about the different types of programs to find one that can work best for you.

Inpatient rehab is also referred to as residential rehab because people typically live on-site at a facility during inpatient. This type of treatment usually provides 24-hour medical support and offers mental health counseling, too. Inpatient rehab typically follows the medical detox phase of treatment and can last 30-45 days, or longer depending on each client’s needs.

During inpatient care, the client is monitored by medical staff and may attend various therapy sessions throughout the day. Drug and alcohol addiction is often associated with co-occurring mental health conditions, and inpatient care can address both conditions simultaneously.

Learn more with the following inpatient treatment related topics.