Question: What Is Inpatient Rehab Treatment?



Answer: An inpatient rehabilitation facility provides a controlled and structured environment for a period of time such as 30 or 60 days. This enables the patient to have no access to substances and instead offers a therapeutic environment involving education, physical activities, group and individual therapy etc. to help strengthen themselves intellectually, physically, emotionally and in some cases spiritually to uncover the root causes of their addictions and help them to develop alternative ways to live their lives and find happiness without using drugs or alcohol.



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