90-Day Addiction Treatment Program

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90-Day Treatment Programs

 90 Day Rehab Program

A A 90-day or three month rehabilitation treatment program is the most popular care for moderate to severe drug or alcohol addicts. The three-month recovery program allows for ample physical, mental and emotional treatment that can lead to a higher success rate for recovering addicts.

The 90-day program is usually conducted on an inpatient basis with medical professionals with counseling, group sessions getting to the root of the addiction. Some outpatient clinics also offer a 90 day program as a long-term treatment option. Peer relationships also run deep in 90-day rehab.

Following treatment, many addicts stay in touch for mutual support. Support groups and going to meetings can often be the difference between sobriety and relapse.

But keep in mind there really is no magic number as to how many days someone should be in treatment. Recovery is a very individualized process and no two people travel the same path.

No matter how much it hurts now. One day you will look back and realized it changed your life for the better.

Frequently Asked Questions

The impact of a drug or alcohol addiction in their workplace will vary for different people. Loss of income is a very real concerns that people will face when in the throes of addiction. A 90 day program will work with your employer to see if they can work something out to lower the impact of treatment on your career. In most cases, showing initiative will save your job rather than harm it.

Private and Confidential

Legally treatment centers are obligated to keep all information about patients recovery private and secure. We understand that your path to recover is your business and no one else's. Exclusive facilities are also available that are equipped with private rooms for added privacy while clients go through the recovery process.
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90 Day Program Features

D During inpatient treatment, the addict is a resident of a rehab center, sometimes affiliated with a hospital, for a three-month period. This care is the most comprehensive form of treatment – a 24-hour facility, with medical care and counseling available at all hours, lodging and all food provided, to allow the patient to totally focus on addiction and recovery. Supervised detox is the initial treatment, followed by extended individual and group therapy on daily basis. Addiction therapy is a specialized service that focuses on the needs of the particular patient.

Outpatient treatment, is where the addict lives at home and tries to maintain as normal a family and professional life as possible, can be considered part-time — usually a couple of hours of therapy, 3 days a week – after detox, which usually occurs at a different clinic. Outpatient care is ideal for ongoing treatment and maintenance after inpatient treatment.

Advantages and Disadvantages of 90 Day Care

T The additional time spent in 90-day rehab can provide a stronger stance against relapsing, as addicts receive more thorough therapy and instruction on managing stress and other problems without drugs or alcohol. As residential treatment is typically completed in a medical facility, patient confidentiality is guaranteed; therapists and doctors cannot release patient information except for emergencies. Inpatient treatment usually is considered closed-campus, which means the addict is virtually locked in the facility for three months, with minimized exposure to friends and family on the outside. With outpatient treatment, it’s easier to continue to keep a job or school.

The 90-day treatment is not inexpensive, and rarely covered completely by insurance. Many rehab centers offer financing plans and accept insurance.  Price is an important consideration; cost varies from facility to facility. Other considerations are the quality of staff, the success rate of patient recovery and options for aftercare following recovery.

Rehab Relationships

Especially during inpatient treatment, when they live with peers suffering from addiction, often sharing a room, relying on each other for support, addicts become especially close during 90-day treatment. Visits from friends and family are limited, so the addicts become friends and family. They share a common goal, there is a lot of time to determine the root causes for their addiction, and to engage in a wider variety of therapies. The 12-step program is usually a staple of therapy, but so are positive self-talk, spiritual meetings, holistic programs etc. that aren’t included in short-term care.

Co-Occurring Disorders and 90-Day Treatment

A large portion of individuals who are admitted into treatment for substance abuse disorders also have an underlying mental illness that may be contributing to the addiction. Oftentimes, an additional disorder may pose an additional barrier to get past in the treatment process. In these cases, it is highly recommended that these individuals pursue the 90 day treatment option, as it will give all individuals involved time and resources to address all aspects of the disorders and provide a more solid foundation for sober living after the treatment process.

What to Look For In a Treatment Program

A consideration of 90-day rehab is location, location, location. There are fewer three-month centers than one-month centers, so a qualified facility may be located down the street or several hours away. The best program is one that addresses addiction. Individuals may want to stay closer to home for support, or choose to keep distance from work, friends or home environment pressures.  If you are having trouble deciding what form of care works best for you, feel free to call our number at (866) 578-7471 and we will gladly help.