Inpatient Drug Rehab

When you choose inpatient drug rehab at a qualified facility such as America’s Rehab Campuses, you gain access to traditional and modern treatment methodologies based on extensive research and clinical success. The Transtheoretical Model describes the emotional stages people go through when healing from traumatic physical and mental health disorders. Substance use disorders involve both and require a complex treatment methodology that includes medical professionals, understanding, experienced therapists and peer interaction that helps you heal.

The more you understand the science behind your recovery, the more confident you become in sustainable recovery beyond your stay with us. So, let’s take a look at the different stages of the Transtheoretical Model as it relates to inpatient drug rehab at our treatment centers in Arizona. Here are the different stages described by the model that you may go through on your way from detox through long-term recovery.

1. Pre Contemplation

At the very beginning, you first have to consider making positive changes. You might not even know you have a drug or alcohol addiction that requires professional care. Note that denying you have a problem is different than not knowing. At this point, you know that something has to change but may not have the strength or determination to make it happen

2. Contemplation

The Transtheoretical Model has proven effective in treating chronic diseases, such as substance use disorders, according to a project reviewing the results of many studies. During the contemplation stage, you begin to see the possibility of a change. perhaps your loved ones are pushing you to seek treatment. However, you haven’t yet committed to outpatient or inpatient drug rehab were other forms of addiction treatment.

For many clients, this stage involves inner conflict. Perhaps you are torn between the need for change and fear of an uncertain future. During this time, identifying your fears and committing to a change can help you take the appropriate steps away from addiction and toward a happier, more peaceful life.

3. Preparation

At this stage, you haven’t yet worked up the courage to sign up for inpatient drug rehab at America’s Rehab Campuses. However, you have acknowledged that you have a problem and overcome the fear of making a change. Writing down your goals and reaching out to community organizations and friends can help you fully commit to mental and physical wellness. It’s important to focus on what steps can help you shift your attention away from alcohol and drug abuse toward more positive goals.

4. Action

At this point, you have moved beyond pre-contemplation, contemplation and preparation. By signing up for an outpatient or inpatient drug rehab program, you have surrounded yourself with professionals and peers committed to clean living and positive mental and physical well-being. At America’s Rehab Campuses, our drug and alcohol treatment programs include access to a fully equipped gym, nutritious food, individual and group therapy, and a battery of treatment programs designed to help you cope with cravings and avoid relapse.

A huge part of our action plan for those attending our inpatient drug rehab program includes retraining the brain to look for positive rewards other than drug and alcohol use.

5. Maintenance

At this point, you have overcome your addiction and developed a lifestyle that includes new habits, hobbies and interests.

No matter what stage you are currently at, America’s Rehab Campuses can help you continue your journey. Our inpatient drug rehab is ready to welcome you with open arms and our experienced team members apply the Transtheoretical Model and other approaches to your individual needs for a personalized approach to recovery that gives you more than a fighting chance! Contact us today to find out more about our admissions process and what our inpatient drug rehab program has to offer you.

Inpatient Drug Rehab