Residential rehab is a type of addiction treatment that involves living in a facility for a period of time, typically 28 to 30 days, while receiving intensive therapy and support. It is often recommended for people with severe or long-term addictions, or for those who have co-occurring mental health disorders.
Residential rehab can be a very effective way to treat addiction. Studies have shown that people who complete residential rehab programs are more likely to stay sober than those who do not receive treatment.
At a residential treatment program, you’ll find a supportive community of people who truly understand what you’re going through, as well as gain valuable coping strategies and life skills to break free from your substance of choice and stay sober for good.