Aftercare Planning: Residential Treatment
After completing in-home detox, it’s essential that people continue to receive evidence-based treatment to maintain the progress they’ve made so far. Residential treatment is typically the next step in the continuum of addiction care, as it offers the most intensive level of therapies and treatments to help people learn the skills of recovery to last a lifetime. Our team can help you transition towards a residential treatment facility – or provide residential-level treatment from the comfort of home.
With Kinkaid Private Care, you can receive the same intensity of treatments and therapies without having to attend an in-person facility. Our team can bring the same behavioral interventions and complementary treatments offered at a residential facility to your home, giving you the option of choosing the treatment that you think works best.
The Residential Level of Care
Although residential treatment was named for the in-person nature of most treatment facilities, the intensity and frequency of evidence-based treatments is perhaps the most important factor in helping people overcome substance use disorders once and for all. Residential treatment typically offers several different therapies and interventions to help people learn how to resist cravings, manage withdrawal symptoms, and learn a healthier way of life.
This includes services such as:
- Individual therapy – meeting with a therapist or counselor one-on-one to discuss your personal challenges with addiction, to learn healthier ways of coping with everyday problems, and to find expert advice on what you can do to feel better.
- Medication-assisted treatment – using targeted medications specifically designed to help people overcome lingering withdrawal symptoms, such as buprenorphine for opioid use disorders or acamprosate for helping with an alcohol addiction.
- Relapse prevention programs – a targeted approach to identifying your personal risk factors for relapse, which trains you to resist temptation, avoid high-risk situations, and maintain your mental health despite common roadblocks to recovery.
- Dual diagnosis treatment – which recognizes that many people recovering from a substance use disorder have a co-occurring mental illness and treats both disorders simultaneously.
- Family therapy – which can help heal relationships that were damaged during addiction, and provides education, support, and counseling to all members of a family.
The residential level of care offers all of these treatments, as well as complementary treatment services such as acupuncture or yoga, in a high intensity format. Clients typically receive up to 8 hours of therapy and treatment each day, allowing them to quickly develop the tools for recovery in as short a time as possible, and for clients to receive extensive support when they need it most.
Together, these treatments provide a comprehensive approach to helping people overcome addiction. Not only do they help people stop using substances, but they can significantly improve your mental health and wellbeing in the process. Recovery is about much more than mere abstinence – and by providing a wealth of treatment resources to help people build and maintain healthier lives, our clients are equipped to handle all of life’s challenges without fear of returning to active addiction.
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Bringing Residential Care to You
Kinkaid Private Care’s in-home residential treatment offers a unique approach to the residential level of care. Rather than living in a care facility with other people working towards recovery, our in-home residential program provides all the same services and treatments from the place you’re already most comfortable in.
Benefits of an In-Home Residential Program
Our clients choose in-home residential treatment for any number of reasons, but some of the key benefits include:
- Truly individualized care. By focusing on just one client at a time, our team of providers can focus their entire energy on helping you feel better. This includes customized therapy options, precise medication management, and focusing on the treatments that help you the most.
- Freedom of travel and movement. A residential facility will typically restrict several freedoms from their clients, making it an unsuitable choice for people who travel regularly or need to spend time away from their treatment center. Our in-home residential program has no such restrictions, allowing you to continue living your life as you see fit while you receive evidence-based care.
- Comfort and convenience. Moving to a new facility for months at a time shouldn’t be a requirement for getting the help you need. Many people simply feel more comfortable getting addiction care at home and appreciate the convenience that our in-home residential program has to offer.
- Treatment à la carte. Typical residential programs have mandated schedules and programming that often force clients into treatments they don’t find useful. With our in-home residential program, you can pick and choose the treatments that you find most beneficial.
Whatever your reasons are for choosing in-home treatment, Kinkaid Private Care can provide the services you need to achieve sobriety.
Benefits of In-Person Residential Treatment
While many people prefer in-home care, a residential treatment facility does offer unique benefits that can be helpful in the recovery process. We always strive to offer our clients the best treatment options for their needs, even if that means choosing a treatment provider that isn’t Kinkaid. Some of the key benefits of in-person residential treatment include:
- Peer-to-peer support. An in-person residential program brings multiple people working towards recovery together, allowing peers with a common problem to work together in their path towards sobriety.
- Around-the-clock support. Residential treatment programs are typically staffed 24 hours a day, which can be helpful if you struggle with cravings or withdrawal symptoms late into the night.
- Rigorous structure. The added structure of a residential treatment program can be a major benefit of in-person treatment for some people. If you lack structure in your everyday life, enrolling in an in-person treatment program can help.
If you decide on in-person residential treatment after completing detox, our team will help you to find a facility that suits your needs, guide you through the transition process, and be there to support you every step of the way.