How Long Are Most Rehab Programs?

November 24, 2020 , Agape Treatment Center

How Long Are Most Rehab Programs?

The Lenth of Addiction Treatment Programs

Generally speaking, most inpatient addiction rehab programs last for anywhere between 28 days and three months. However, the length of an individual’s stay in drug and alcohol rehab will always depend on his or her personal needs and requirements. If an individual has been suffering at the hands of a mild or moderate substance abuse disorder and has not been experiencing symptoms related to any co-occurring disorder, a 28-day stint in inpatient rehab very often does the trick when it is followed up by an in-depth, long-term aftercare program.

However, if the individual has been struggling with mental health issues, unresolved trauma, or any other wide range of underlying and contributing factors, a longer treatment program is often an ideal choice. There is often some debate on whether or not a 28-day program is adequate, and whether or not such a short period spent in rehab can lead to years of fulfilling sobriety

Each Rehab Stay Should be Personalized

The truth is that it does all depend on the individual case. At Agape Treatment Center we provide in-depth evaluations to each client upon his or her arrival to our rehab program. This helps our clinical team determine what length of stay is the most appropriate. We ask a series of questions geared towards helping us figure out whether or not any co-occurring disorders are present, and how severe the substance abuse disorder has become. We understand that financial ability also plays a role. For this reason, we work very closely with most major national health insurance providers, ensuring that our quality addiction treatment services are accessible to men and women in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and all surrounding areas.

How Long Should I Stay in Rehab?

It is always good to enter into drug and alcohol rehab with an open mind. You might find that a longer stay will benefit you immensely in the long run. All you have to do initially, however, is committed to a 28-day program. The clinical and medical team will closely track your progress, and if it is deemed necessary for you to continue in your inpatient treatment journey, your stay will be extended. It can seem like a daunting task for individuals who have been living lives of chaos for quite some time.

Entering into a rehab program means a lack of personal freedom and an increase in structure – for some, this combination is extremely unappealing. keep in mind that addiction is a progressive disease, and without professional intervention, the symptoms will continue to worsen over time – they will never resolve without assistance. also, keep in mind that the length of your stay will depend heavily on how willing you are to participate in aftercare. For many, a 30, 60, or 90-day stay at an inpatient treatment facility like Agape Treatment Center is exceptionally effective when followed up by intensive outpatient or outpatient treatment and sober living housing. If you are curious as to how long your stay in rehab should be, please feel free to give us a call. Our treatment advisors will conduct a brief over the phone pre-assessment that will help us determine which program of recovery is the best fit for you.

More About Agape Treatment Center

Agape Treatment Center provides men and women and Southern Florida with the highest level of clinical care available. Our comprehensive program of addiction recovery focuses on addressing all underlying issues while helping clients develop the coping mechanisms, relapse prevention tools, and life skills they need to thrive on their own. While we have found that a 90-day program is consistently the most effective, we are more than willing to work with you or your loved one in developing a uniquely tailored treatment program. For more information on our long-term program of addiction recovery, feel free to reach out to our treatment advisors at any point in time for your consultation.