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“Inpatient” refers to a program setting where patients live and stay at the facility. The program typically lasts four to five weeks and includes medical supervision. The primary objective of inpatient treatment is to help the patient achieve and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. But successful recovery initiates benefits beyond just being “drug-free”, such as decreased involvement in illegal activities; increased productivity in work or school settings; improved social, family, and psychological functioning; and improved physical health. Improved psychological and family functioning makes improvement in other areas of life possible.
What to Pack
If you are considering entering Rimrock Foundation’s Inpatient Addiction Treatment Program, we have provided a link that will take you to our packing guide. This will be useful in preparing your stay with us. Please click on the link below to view and print it.
Adult Inpatient Packing Guide
When a loved one becomes chemically dependent their behavior will change. To accommodate these changes in the addict, each family member changes his or her own behavior. Unfortunately, however, the accommodations and changes do not help, and family members feel confused, fearful, inadequate, unworthy and ashamed.
The Foundation helped pioneer the concept of family treatment because of our belief that addiction involves the entire family; each member suffers with the dependent person, and requires special care and attention. Our intensive family week program is designed to help each family member discover new, healthy ways to cope with life and recovery.
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