Inpatient Rehab
In Orange County
Choosing to enroll in a rehab program for a drug or
alcohol addiction is the first step toward lasting recovery.

Inpatient Rehab For Addiction Recovery

While some people prefer the flexibility of an outpatient treatment program, residential rehab and inpatient treatment are often ideal for many individuals who are just beginning their recovery journey. The intensive support and care clients receive on an inpatient basis provides a strong foundation for making the changes they need to sustain a life of sobriety. 

If you are looking for a residential rehab center in Orange County, California, Lift Off Recovery can help you recover from an alcohol or drug addiction and safeguard your health and overall well-being.

Our Treatment Center Includes:

Pre-admission evaluation, assessment, and customized treatment planning​
Introduction to 12-step programs and meetings
Family therapy program and weekly support groups
Career and education counseling
Life skills, body image, codependency, mindfulness and meditation, and stress management​ classes
Three group therapy sessions per day, held Monday through Friday​
Individual case management sessions
Random drug and alcohol testing
Individual therapy sessions
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Pre-admission evaluation, assessment, and customized treatment planning

Individual case management sessions

Specialized group sessions, with topics including life skills, body image, codependency, mindfulness and meditation, and stress management.

Three group therapy sessions per day, held Monday through Friday

Random drug and alcohol testing

Individual therapy sessions

Introduction to 12-step programs and meetings

Family therapy program and weekly support groups

Career and education counseling

Why Inpatient Treatment for Alcohol or Drug Addiction?

It’s true that the idea of leaving the comfort of your home to attend an inpatient treatment program leaves many people feeling apprehensive. However, the time that you spend in inpatient therapy is an investment in your future. Inpatient programs allow clients to fully immerse themselves in their treatment and recovery without distractions.

In the early days of recovery, many factors might threaten to derail the healing process such as:

Within the rehab setting, clients can leave these elements behind as they begin the recovery process. This is important because many people are still vulnerable to powerful cravings to use during the initial days of treatment, and they’ve yet to learn important strategies needed to prevent relapse and make crucial changes to their lifestyles and thought processes.

At our Orange County inpatient treatment center, Lift Off Recovery’s addiction specialists provide each person with empathetic support, helping them to achieve their recovery goals. In time, clients become more adept at coping with their triggers to use and may transition to outpatient treatments and less intensive paradigms until, ultimately, they’re able to manage their condition independently — and successfully!

What Happens During Inpatient Treatment?

Whether you are living with an alcohol or drug addiction, the first step in the treatment process is typically supervised detox, also known as medical detox. Detox targets a person’s physical dependence on drugs and alcohol. The process allows the individual to be slowly weaned from the substance until they’re said to be “clean.” 

It’s important to note that medical detox is only the very first step in the addiction treatment process. Too often, people skip out after detox, thinking they can refrain from using again. That’s seldom the case. Substance addiction is a multi-faceted condition that involves both physical and mental dependence. It’s typically the mental elements of the condition that lead to relapse. After detox, treatments are needed to target the individual’s mental and behavioral reliance on alcohol or drugs. 

Many clients are understandably nervous about detox because of the withdrawal symptoms that are associated with the process. These symptoms might include:

In some cases, people might develop severe symptoms–even seizures. That’s why it’s important to undergo medical detox rather than trying to quit cold turkey on your own. Addiction specialists can monitor the detox process and provide treatments designed to reduce the severity of these symptoms and help ward off any serious complications.

How Long Does Detox Last?

Generally, clients complete detox in about a week. However, the time frame can vary depending on the type of addictive substance in question and how long the addiction has been present. A person’s unique chemistry will also impact this process. It’s true that after detox, some individuals may experience lingering withdrawal symptoms like headaches or nervousness. It’s not uncommon for people to feel cravings too. However, these symptoms do diminish in time and with treatment.

What Happens After Detox?

After detox, the inpatient treatment process for drug or alcohol addiction features therapies designed to address a person’s mental dependence and their behaviors. During both one-on-one therapy sessions and group therapy, clients learn to identify their triggers for abusing drugs or alcohol. They begin to understand what led them to these substances. Then, they can begin to develop strategies for coping with those triggers effectively.

It takes some time and practice to employ those strategies. Changing one’s lifestyle and thought patterns isn’t easy, but therapists work closely with clients to help them make these life-changing and life-affirming alterations. Additionally, clients learn how to spot the early signs of relapse and how they can keep their recovery on track.

What Happens After Inpatient Treatment?

Once clients complete an inpatient treatment program, they typically transition to outpatient therapy or even to aftercare. Outpatient programs provide a somewhat reduced level of support. Aftercare provides ongoing support for clients who have transitioned back to their lives. Some people prefer to attend some type of aftercare such as counseling or 12 step programs indefinitely. Not only do they receive help in such cases, but they’re able to offer support for other recovering individuals too.

Is Inpatient Or Outpatient Rehab Treatment Right for Me?

At Lift Off Recovery, our addiction specialists begin the enrollment process with a careful evaluation. This allows us to recommend the ideal course of treatment for clients. Of course, the choice is up to the individual. People who feel unstable or who do not have a supportive home should consider inpatient treatment because it offers the most robust level of support. On the other hand, if you’ve already been through detox, have a supportive home, and feel stable enough to refrain from using, outpatient therapy may be ideal for you. When you visit us, we can discuss the specifics of your situation. 

Don’t put off getting the help you need to put drugs and alcohol abuse behind you. Lift Off Recovery is a leading Orange County rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. In our caring environment, which is fostered by our addiction experts, we can help you transform your life and health. Contact us to learn more about our various rehab programs and treatments.

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If you are looking for inpatient rehab and detox services, Lift Off Recovery can help you recover from an alcohol or drug addiction and safeguard your health and overall well-being.

If you or someone you know needs help with addiction or substance abuse issues contact us at 714.844.2858

Start recovery today. Credentialed intake specialists will assist you in determining which level of care you need including an intensive outpatient program. Lift Off can also provide you with referrals to receive any help you need.