residential rehab at NACA.
When clients first come to Northern Arizona Center for Addiction, they enter our full-time residential living facility. In this safe, comfortable environment we can provide around-the-clock, medically-supervised treatment programs. Residential living allows us to conduct the full medical assessments, lab work, psychiatric assessments, and therapeutic evaluations needed to create individualized treatment programs. When you decide to come to NACA’s residential living facility, you will receive specialized attention from our expert clinical support staff. This is where your healing will begin.
our residential treatment programs & environment.
After detox, residential treatment - also called inpatient treatment or inpatient rehab - is the first step in your journey to recovery. This environment is proven to help former addicts succeed and re-establish good habits. While you are living at our residential facility, you will progress through the different stages of your treatment. These include our partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), and aftercare. These programs play a key role in allowing clients to master important life skills that will serve and assist them after they complete their treatment plan.
What is residential treatment like?
Especially if someone’s substance use disorder is severe, it is best that they be surrounded by support and assistance as they progress along the way to long-term recovery. While living at our treatment center, patients will share a house with 4 to 8 other clients. At the appropriate stage in their therapy, they will become responsible for for:
- Waking up on time
- Getting a job (beginning with intensive outpatient treatment)
- Attending group or individual therapy sessions
- Making it to regular 12-step meetings
- Getting involved in service work or charity
- Completing household chores and keeping living areas clean
- Cooking their own meals
- Being respectful to housemates
Why is inpatient treatment important?
A person who has gone through intense addiction treatment is often starting a new life and re-learning many important life skills. This is an opportunity to practice making good choices with their time and energy, while still getting intensive therapy and working through trauma.
During this time, they are no longer spending time with drug-using friends. Instead, they are busy attending therapy sessions and 12-step meetings, forming new friendships based on sober, healthy interactions, and learning more about themselves. They are learning how to accept and manage responsibilities in a supportive, encouraging environment.
At Northern Arizona Center for Addiction, our residential environment is a critical piece of the recovery puzzle. It provides a way for clients to undergo the important therapy work done in our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP), while developing important life skills in preparation for life outside rehab.
This environment is a vital part of our holistic approach to complete healing from addiction.
How long does treatment last?
The time spent in residential living varies from client to client. However, residential usually lasts 3-4 weeks. This gives patients time to detox, stabilize, and begin their recovery toward sobriety.
Our treatment philosphy.
At Northern Arizona Center for Addiction, we believe that healing of the body, mind and spirit are all necessary to overcome substance abuse. We offer a wide range of rehab options in order to facilitate your personal recovery. Our clients can go through drug and alcohol rehabilitation in a safe, comfortable environment, with holistic plans customized to their needs.
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