Many drug rehab treatment facilities assist individuals to overcome substance abuse disorders. Some drug rehab facilities are age or gender-specific, which helps patients feel more comfortable at the facility. These facilities often offer outpatient and inpatient treatment options for both adult and adolescent patients. Drug rehab programs are offered at facilities that specialize in alcohol or drug abuse treatment. There are many outpatient programs and inpatient programs available. The inpatient programs offer treatment through detoxification and rehabilitation programs.
A treatment center can provide treatment through a combination of inpatient, outpatient and residential programs. The treatment program may also include treatment in an institution such as a hospital. The length of stay in a treatment center is dependent on the severity of the addiction. Some centers do not allow patients to leave the facility until they have completed all of their treatments and therapies. Most treatment centers allow for full recovery of the patient and return to normal activities and daily activities following completion of the treatment program.
There are several types of drug rehabilitation centers. They are called by different names such as inpatient, outpatient, residential or group treatment programs. The treatment programs may not involve medication. Programs may also offer counseling sessions. Some rehab centers also offer other services, such as case management, family therapy, education and employment services. Drug rehabilitation programs can be completed at home or in a community setting, depending on the availability and affordability of the facilities. A few treatment centers may require patients to travel to the center and/or participate in community-based treatment.