Why Glendale Inpatient Treatments May Not Work for Some
While inpatient treatments can be successful for some patients, they don’t work for others. This can be for several reasons including:
- Having trouble committing to a residential program 24/7
- High cost of an inpatient rehab
- Inability to attend to family, employment, and other responsibilities during treatment
When people cannot find success with an inpatient program, an outpatient program can give them the success they’re looking for. In these types of programs, patients receive treatment at a facility and return home once the sessions are over. These types of centers don’t require a person to put their life on hold while receiving treatment. They learn how to function without the substance they’ve become addicted to while still dealing with their everyday lives.
Outpatient Treatment at Desert Cove Recovery
When you’re looking for outpatient addiction treatment in Glendale, Desert Cove Recovery is here to help. We offer longer outpatient programs, including 60 and 90 days. The nice thing about extended outpatient treatment programs is that if you cannot stay inpatient for more than 30 days, our extended outpatient program can help you return to your responsibilities while still working through outpatient treatment.
At Desert Cove Recovery, we use a holistic approach. We believe that to treat addiction, the entire person needs to be treated, mind, body, and spirit. We don’t just address the addiction, but we address the factors that have likely led to the development of the addiction.
Though our treatment plans are customized for each patient, here’s a look at some of the programs and therapies you may experience at Desert Cove Recovery:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- Art and music therapy
- Nutritional therapy
The type of treatment you will receive is based specifically on your individual needs. We determine which treatments will be the most effective for you by considering various factors, which we assess at the beginning of your treatment.
Contact us today to learn more about our programs and how we can help you get on your road to recovery.