Types of Treatment Medical detoxification, also known as “detox,” safely manages a person’s physical withdrawal symptoms when they stop using a drug. However, it’s important to note the difference between detox and treatment. Detox is simply the first step in navigating your path to treatment. After completing a safe medical detox, the next step is to find the right treatment program, which could include residential, intensive outpatient, outpatient or partial hospitalization. The following include the most common forms of addiction treatment: Treatment Type Description Hours Length Inpatient Individual gets treatment in a hospital or medical clinic offering both detox and rehabilitation treatment. 24 hours/7 days a week Depends on individual’s issues and progress. Residential Individual is provided treatment at a treatment facility. 24 hours/7 days a week 30 days to 1 year. Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization (PHP) Individual attends treatment during the day but live at home. 20 hours or more of treatment per week. Services are 4 to 8 hours daily during the week. 1 to 6 months. Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Individual can opt for personal or group therapy services and, in most cases, family therapy. Some also offer mental health services, medical services or medication assisted treatment (MAT). Many facilities run programs during the day and at night to accommodate various schedules. Individual attends treatment but lives at home. Up to 20 hours of treatment per week. Typically attend treatment 2 to 3 times per week for two or more hours at a time. 2 months to 1 year. Outpatient Individual typically enrolls in personal therapy and/or family therapy. Some facilities offer mental health, medical services or medication assisted treatment (MAT). Many facilities have services during the day, at night, and sometimes on the weekend. Individual attends treatment but lives at home. 1 to 3 hours of treatment per week. 3 months to 1 year. Other levels of treatment include: Co-Occurring Treatment Co-occurring conditions take place when a patient has a substance use issue that coincides with a mental health issue (depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, etc.). If you struggle with co-occurring disorders, you should strive to address both your addiction issue and your mental health issue at the same time, as the two are interrelated and can trigger one another. At Inspira, patients can address all behavioral and mental health disorders under one roof. After-Care or Continuing Care Once one level of treatment is complete, the patient is often introduced to the next less intensive service or level of care available. For example, once a person completes residential treatment, they still need support transitioning to and for when they return home. A less intensive level of care such as a partial hospitalization program or intensive outpatient program (IOP) will be established so that services are in place for when the patient returns to their home environment. To speak with a specialist about addiction treatment, call (856) 641-7803. Why Choose Inspira? Safe Medical Detox By offering all levels of service within one system, Inspira is able to provide patients with a full range of treatment services including treatment for those with significant medical issues looking to stop their substance use thanks to our 4.0 hospital-level detox. Patients with acute withdrawal problems are at higher risk for possible complications, often requiring round-the-clock care. Our medical detox offers this supportive environment. Diverse Treatment Options to Suit Your Needs Once successfully detoxed from substances, Inspira offers a range of treatment options allowing you to find the right personalized treatment for you, including outpatient partial care, intensive outpatient therapy and outpatient support through our Wellness & Recovery programs. We strive to personalize a treatment plan that’s perfect for you. Our services focus on restoring your health and wellbeing from the inside out, while our various treatment programs offer increased flexibility. At Inspira, we understand that different patients have different needs, which is why we’ve designed a number of programs in various settings to better serve you. Non-Addictive Medication Programs In an effort to reduce addiction across the board, Inspira has ceased the prescription of benzodiazepine drugs, a common medication used to reduce alcohol withdrawal symptoms that is also addictive in its own right. We understand how important it is to fight addiction in all forms, which is why we’re committed to avoiding drugs or treatments that could pose additional risk to your health and wellbeing.