Inpatient Rehab for Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
About Inpatient Addiction Treatment
At Desert Hope in Las Vegas, we make the transition from detox to residential substance abuse treatment an easy one. When you’re feeling better, you’ll move out of detox and begin participating in our inpatient/residential rehab program, which involves full, structured days of addiction treatment programming all at the same Las Vegas rehab facility.
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
Residential/inpatient rehab is a type of addiction treatment in which patients stay at the facility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Inpatient rehab is advantageous to many since it provides both a supportive network of peers and safe lodging.2 In Desert Hope’s residential addiction treatment program in Las Vegas, Nevada, you’ll enjoy a hotel-like residence as well as many features and amenities, including:
- Chef-prepared, nutritious meals.
- Indoor and outdoor fitness centers.
- Biofeedback chairs.
- A music room with a grand piano.
- Mindfulness spaces.
How Much Does Inpatient Rehab Cost in Nevada?
The cost of inpatient addiction treatment in Nevada depends on several variable factors, such as insurance coverage, duration of the program, and types of treatment programs used (patients often transfer from inpatient treatment to outpatient treatment or sober living).
Addiction treatment is often expensive, but the alternative (continuing to compulsively misuse drugs or alcohol) is much more costly.7 Fortunately, there are ways to pay for rehab in Nevada that can make the cost of treatment much more manageable. For example, Desert Hope offers flexible financing options and payment plans to those in need.
The Right Help at the Right Time
At Desert Hope, we offer a full continuum of care to ensure that, wherever you are, you are met with the right level of treatment. If inpatient rehab doesn't sound like the right fit for you right now, you can explore another form of treatment at Desert Hope.
Admissions and Treatment Planning
When you begin the admissions process with Desert Hope, our staff will work with you to develop a tailored treatment plan that meets your needs.
If you know quitting your substance of use will lead to a painful or dangerous withdrawal syndrome, medical detox is likely to be your first step before any other form of treatment, whether inpatient or outpatient.
Partial Hospitalization ("Day Treatment")
A close match to inpatient rehab in terms of structure and programming, day treatment combines the benefits of inpatient rehab with the freedom to come and go. This form of outpatient treatment is a great step-down from an inpatient program or an alternative for individuals with commitments that preclude them from attending a 24/7 program.
Intensive Outpatient Program
These programs offer treatment several hours per day, several times per week and can be a great option for those who have completed a higher level of treatment but still need focused attention or those who have a good deal of social support at home.
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