60-Day Rehab Programs
Every year, thousands of addicts check into rehabs to try and treat their addiction and lead a healthy, normal life. Once you have taken that first step and decided it is time to get help, or if you are helping your loved one check in somewhere, you need to know some basic facts. Common questions include the following.
I. Why Attend a 60-Day Programs?
60-day programs have proven to be very successful for a variety of reasons. During rehab, you go through a 7-10 day "detox" which fills up a large portion of your stay if you are going to a 30-day inpatient program. Staying an extra 30 days will give you a longer period of time away from your triggers and enable you to think clearly and remember information throughout your program.
II. How to Choose a Rehab Program?
This is going to be a personal decision, but make sure they are in line with your treatment goals. Some people choose to leave the state, attend a dual-diagnosis facility, or aim for a 12-step based program.
III. What is Included in 60-Day Rehab Programs?
As with most rehab programs, the 60-day program has a set schedule and amenities. At the most basic level, inpatient rehab includes a room, bathroom, 3 meals a day, individual counseling sessions, and group counseling sessions. You also have access to various activities provided by the facility.
Inpatient vs Outpatient
There are a few differences between these two types of programs. Inpatient is much more in depth, removing you from your triggers and old lifestyle while helping you overcome your addiction. Outpatient is great for those who do not have the time to be away from school or work for long periods of time. It can last anywhere from 30-120 days and includes group and individual counseling sessions multiple times per week.
Any type of treatment is better than no treatment at all, but you should do plenty of research before you settle on a rehab facility. Outpatient, inpatient, 30-day stays, and 60-day stays are some of the most common rehab options available.
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