Frequently Asked Questions
What’s Involved in Addiction Treatment?
Deciding to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction is the start of your new life, but you may have some questions about the process. Below, we’ve outlined Concise Recovery’s approach to the complete continuum of care. Learn what to expect when you attend our residential treatment program.
Because of the physical toll taken by drug and alcohol use, some clients may require detox services before beginning inpatient treatment. This stabilizes your physical condition and manages any withdrawal symptoms that may come from cessation of use.
Concise Recovery offers premier sub-acute detox programs, overseen 24/7 by a qualified team of medical professionals. This process can take between five and ten days, depending on your individual condition and substance use history.
EVALUATIONS AND ORIENTATION
When you first arrive at Concise Recovery, you’ll speak with a medical professional to discuss your physical health, mental state, types of substances used, family history, and other factors that have played a role in your addiction. This allows our physicians to craft a treatment plan uniquely tailored to your needs.
You’ll also receive an orientation that familiarizes you with the culture and community of rehab. Our team members will explain the tenants and goals that you will be working toward, as well as the core principles that Concise Recovery builds its treatment plans around. These include:
- 12-Step recovery principles
- The disease model of addiction
- The impact of substance use disorder
- The importance of post-treatment recovery management
At this stage, our team members will also walk you through any paperwork, patient rights, and confidentiality policies that you may need to be aware of.
Our residential treatment program provides a structured, safe environment for healing to take place. Concise Recovery offers a wide variety of methods, all united under one common goal: lasting sobriety.
While doing the deep work of recovery, peer support and personalized therapy become more important than ever. Our integrated treatment program combines these elements to ensure that you are supported and heard throughout this process. Some of our methods include:
- Individual therapy (CBT, DBT, EDMR, and others)
- Group therapy sessions
- 12-Step meetings
- Life skills and educational lectures
There’s a saying that treatment is just the beginning – the real work of recovery begins when rehab ends. As you leave Concise Recovery and re-enter your day-to-day life, we encourage you to take additional steps to protect your hard-earned recovery. These can consist of:
- Attending an outpatient treatment program
- 12-Step or AA/NA meetings
- Recovery coaching
- Support or sober fun groups
- Meeting regularly with a therapist