Inpatient Alcohol Treatment
Does Pacific Hills offer inpatient alcohol treatment and inpatient drug treatment?
Pacific Hills has been offering inpatient alcohol treatment and inpatient drug treatment through its prearranged programs wherein clients are required to spend at least four weeks at the Center. Pacific Hills offers its services to drug and alcohol addicts. Scientific research, conducted from about the mid-1970s, demonstrates that drug and alcohol abuse treatment is helpful in changing the attitude, beliefs and behavior of addicts.
The first step at Pacific Hills during the admission of the patients is assessment. Clients are examined on medical and psycho-social basis to determine any condition or co-occurring disorder such as anxiety, depression and bipolar etc. If the patient shows any signs of the above mentioned condition then he/she is referred to the physician for further examination.Prescribed medication forms an integral part of the inpatient drug and alcohol drug treatment.
In case the patient displays signs of co-occurring disorders, they are referred to a psychiatrist for further evaluation. They are simultaneously treated for drug and alcohol addiction
People who suffer from drug and alcohol abuse are in great need for an environment change and we at Pacific Hills offer the right kind of environment at our inpatient drug and alcohol treatment clinic. The environs within the clinic are a refresher for the patient which takes them away from former social groups.
During the course of the treatment patients learn to identify and deal with high-risk situations that could threaten their new found sobriety status and force them back into alcohol and drugs. We teach the patients to cope with such urges through lessons on adaptability and behavioral changes. We slowly make the patients realize that drug and alcohol addiction is the disease of the brain that affects their behavior a great deal and must be treated urgently through appropriate treatment followed by slow recovery spread over a period of time.
Patients who finish their four-week alcohol and drug treatment have the option to stay and continue with an additional four week Transitional Care program. In Transitional Care, patients continue their treatment and training in a semi-structured, sobriety-valued environment. During time of discharge from Pacific Hills, patients along with their case-managers devise a strategy towards their long-term recovery.
It all starts with a phone call. Call Pacific Hills with questions on inpatient alcohol treatment and inpatient drug treatment.