What is a Short Term Recovery Program?
A Short term drug-rehab program is just what the name implies- an addiction treatment plan that allows an individual to overcome their substance dependency in a shorter period of time, usually between 14 to 30 days. While there are endless treatment options across the board, the main dividing factor between programs is inpatient, or residential vs outpatient. Residential programs are a treatment option where patients reside within the treatment facility under professional supervision for the length of their program. This enables the individual to fully immerse themselves in their recovery and receive individualized treatment and care sessions at all times.
Our Serenity Program, Affordable Substance Abuse Treatment at Stout Street Foundation in Colorado, is structured to accelerate an individual’s recovery from addiction during a four week period. The program lasts between 28 and 30 days, offering both social detoxification and intensive residential care. Prior to beginning to the program, each client must complete a full initial evaluation to ensure each client's needs, goals, and objectives are met with an individualized treatment plan. During this evaluation, clients can expect the discussion and assessment of specific substances to which he or she is addicted, frequency and duration of drug use, family history, any previous treatment, mental and physical health concerns, and other factors. These details are critical to creating an effective short term treatment plan that lead to a successful recovery for each client.
Upon the completion of the intake process, clients are brought to their new residence and given time to settle in and adjust to their temporary homes. Treatment will begin promptly, and clients will quickly be exposed to the variety of different treatments and therapeutic services offered as a part of our short term rehab program in Colorado. Cognitive behavioral therapy is used during the duration of the program in both individual and group settings. This approach is ideal for short term, goal oriented, results driven scenarios, and has been a very successful component of our short term plans. We also employ a dialectical behavioral approach, which encompasses principles of Cognitive-Behavioral therapy while placing an emphasis on validation, acceptance, and mindfulness from a psychosocial standpoint. Each client will be recommended different approaches based off of their evaluations and responses to different therapeutic treatments, and the goal of our Serenity Program is to match each client with the best treatment options to achieve recovery goals during their short term residential program.
What Are The Benefits To A Short Term IRT Program in Colorado?
One of the challenges to overcoming substance abuse is removing yourself from the toxic environment you’ve created during your path of addiction. This removal can include people, routines that involve drug use, triggers and temptations, and anything in association with the habits you are trying to rid yourself of. Avoiding a drug relapse is more than just saying no, it’s having a prevention plan that encompasses all aspects of temptation including social interactions, emotional triggers, and the development of emotional coping strategies. Our short term recovery program offers clients the ability to separate themselves from the environments in which they became and suffered from addiction. Our facility is safe, supportive, and 100 percent drug free with zero temptation to relapse. We encourage our clients to focus on their individual needs and goals with an intensive residential recovery journey. The residential aspect of our program allows for optimal time spent in our various therapeutic sessions and treatments, allowing our clients to reach recovery more quickly and with less difficulty. With the serenity program, you are given access to more than just a plan, you are given the highest quality staff and methods where you can build strong relationships with your peers while building a healthy lifestyle. We help you help yourself, recovery is possible.