90-Day Treatment Programs

THE 90-DAY DIFFERENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Sometimes the shortest road isn’t the best road. Addiction looks different on everyone, and sometimes that look is severe. 90-Day treatment programs are one of the best options for someone dealing with a severe addiction. Treatments around this length often prove more successful than shorter rehab lengths. An individual dealing with a severe addiction will have a hard time with their daily life without access to their substance. Severe addiction can cause major life impacts including substandard work performance and damage to personal relationships.

The 90-Day treatment programs offer two roads to sobriety. The first road is inpatient residential, which includes time spent in a facility. The second road is outpatient. One will spend a few hours of their day undergoing treatment for a few days out of the week. Consider the lifestyle when it comes to choosing the appropriate option. Oftentimes, the individual will need long-term treatment since addiction is a disease, and needs long-term attention to reach sobriety.

Individualized Treatment Plans

The Salt Lake City area has those waiting on the line, hoping to help you or a loved one. We understand the impact severe addiction can have on an individual. Therefore, we are here to listen and find the solution you need at 385-327-7418. Since no addiction looks the same, no treatment should look the same either and that is why we are here to assist with questions and concerns. Severe addiction can be helped. Our job is to make the transition to recovery simple for you or someone you care about.

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THE RIGHT PLAN FOR YOU

When it comes to severe addiction, choosing the right treatment plan is of the utmost importance. Which type of environment will an individual need so that they will be the most successful? 90-Day treatment programs offer two main options.

RESIDENTIAL

The first option, inpatient, requires a long-term stay at a facility. Not only is residential the better choice for an individual who will have a difficult time maintaining a substance-free environment outside of the facility, but for those with certain types of addictions. Depending on the detox process of a certain substance, it will be best for the individual to choose a facility stay. Particularly, those addicted to substances with dangerous withdrawal symptoms should choose a facility stay.

OUTPATIENT

The second option, outpatient, will allow an individual to keep a semblance of their ordinary life. Outpatient may be the correct choice for an individual who has been exposed to inpatient and discovered that it is not the right choice for them. The outpatient option can also be for those who have experienced a relapse, post inpatient. When the addiction is severe it is imperative that a sober environment is provided outside of treatment. Unlike inpatient, the individual will not be in a 24-hour live-in facility, and they should have a support system to assist in keeping a substance-free environment.

THE 90-DAY EXPERIENCE

Each rehab length has a similar set of steps; and these steps will look different depending on the selected length.

WHO IS THE PATIENT?

The first step is assessment, which almost always asks, “Who is the patient?” This step evaluates the individual through criteria such as their mental health (addiction may be concurrent with mental disorders), physical health, and addiction severity.  The evaluation is done in an effort to come up with the best course of action for treatment. Treatment needs to be individualized to best address what will be the most successful for the individual on their road to sobriety. Particularly, with the 90-day length and addressing severe addiction, many aspects of the individual’s life need to be considered. There are usually underlying factors that have contributed to addiction. Assessment is there to take those factors into account and determine the appropriate path forward.

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REMOVING THE SUBSTANCE

The next step, and what should be considered when selecting a patient’s rehab choice (inpatient vs. outpatient) is detox. Detox works by removing the substance from the individual’s system and environment. During this time the symptoms of withdrawal will be felt, and the reason detox is important in considering whether inpatient or outpatient is right for the individual. When admitted to inpatient the individual will have 24-hour care when dealing with the symptoms of withdrawal. Symptoms can be severe and include seizures and hallucinations. This also highlights why an individual choosing outpatient will need to have a strong support system. Outpatient will assist with these symptoms, but medical professionals will not be there to assist once the patient is home.

THERAPY

Next, there are rehab therapies. Rehab therapies will look different depending on which type of therapy the individual will choose. Since inpatient is within a facility, most of the therapy will be group-focused. Inpatient facilities will likely include fitness activities (with access to gyms, pools, and tennis courts, to name a few). Outpatient on the other hand will involve establishing a community around the individual. Outpatient allows for the individual to choose to prolong their therapy if need be. Both forms of therapy can also involve cognitive behavioral therapy, and therapy that will get to the root of their addiction. When the root is addressed, it allows the individual to carry on their road to recovery.

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PREPARATION FOR SOBRIETY

The final step in the 90-day journey is aftercare. Aftercare works by preparing an individual for a life of sobriety. This step works to help patients go from life in treatment to life back at home and minimize the risk of relapse. Studies have shown that there is a significant difference in the chance for relapse when one participates in aftercare as opposed to when they don’t. The 90-day length allows more focus to be spent on preparation for aftercare as opposed to shorter lengths. Aftercare can be continued therapy, but also includes more group/community-centered options, such as 12-step programs. More so, sober living homes and aftercare facilities are also an option.

WHO IS THE PATIENT?

The first step is assessment, which almost always asks, “Who is the patient?” This step evaluates the individual through criteria such as their mental health (addiction may be concurrent with mental disorders), physical health, and addiction severity.  The evaluation is done in an effort to come up with the best course of action for treatment. Treatment needs to be individualized to best address what will be the most successful for the individual on their road to sobriety. Particularly, with the 90-day length and addressing severe addiction, many aspects of the individual’s life need to be considered. There are usually underlying factors that have contributed to addiction. Assessment is there to take those factors into account and determine the appropriate path forward.

REMOVING THE SUBSTANCE

The next step, and what should be considered when selecting a patient’s rehab choice (inpatient vs. outpatient) is detox. Detox works by removing the substance from the individual’s system and environment. During this time the symptoms of withdrawal will be felt, and the reason detox is important in considering whether inpatient or outpatient is right for the individual. When admitted to inpatient the individual will have 24-hour care when dealing with the symptoms of withdrawal. Symptoms can be severe and include seizures and hallucinations. This also highlights why an individual choosing outpatient will need to have a strong support system. Outpatient will assist with these symptoms, but medical professionals will not be there to assist once the patient is home.

THERAPY

Next, there are rehab therapies. Rehab therapies will look different depending on which type of therapy the individual will choose. Since inpatient is within a facility, most of the therapy will be group-focused. Inpatient facilities will likely include fitness activities (with access to gyms, pools, and tennis courts, to name a few). Outpatient on the other hand will involve establishing a community around the individual. Outpatient allows for the individual to choose to prolong their therapy if need be. Both forms of therapy can also involve cognitive behavioral therapy, and therapy that will get to the root of their addiction. When the root is addressed, it allows the individual to carry on their road to recovery.

PREPARATION FOR SOBRIETY

The final step in the 90-day journey is aftercare. Aftercare works by preparing an individual for a life of sobriety. This step works to transition an individual back into their day to day life and minimize the risk of relapse. Studies have shown that there is a significant difference in the chance for relapse when one participates in aftercare as opposed to when they don’t. The 90-day length allows more focus to be spent on preparation for aftercare as opposed to shorter lengths. Aftercare can be continued therapy, but also includes more group/community-centered options, such as 12-step programs. More so, sober living homes and aftercare facilities are also an option.

MAKE THE CALL TODAY

Severe addiction is a scary thing, but as with any disease, it can be overcome. Ninety-day treatment programs have one of the best success rates and can be done in a facility, or while maintaining one’s day to day life. No matter the choice, one does not have to face recovery alone there is a community of love and support available, just waiting for you to take that next step. Severe addiction can tremendously impact someone’s life, but it is never too late to make the necessary changes, if you feel that the 90-day treatment option is right for your loved one, we are here to help.

We are knowledgeable of the Salt Lake City area and are able to match you with the proper care facility. We understand that reaching out can be intimidating, but we assure you that our non-judgmental teams’ only concern is to match you with the best option. Recovery is only a call away. Whether you simply have remaining questions, or you are ready to take the steps towards admitting yourself or a loved one into a program, we can help. Dial 385-327-7418, today, and we can get that process started for you.