Short Term Inpatient Rehabilitation For Long Term Sobriety

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“Short Term Inpatient Rehabilitation Does Not Mean Short Term Sobriety”

Short term inpatient rehabilitation usually lasts 28-30 days. Short term inpatient rehabilitation can be especially beneficial for those who have been doing an outpatient treatment program and find themselves needing a little extra care. It gives you the ability to get out of a toxic environment for a short period time. Giving you exactly what you need to come out a few weeks later with some extra tools, clean time etc. Short term inpatient rehabilitation helps you to maintain a long lasting sobriety.

Most of the time someone such as myself that is an addict or alcoholic needs a long term treatment center in order to find recovery. This is because of the years of using that need to be reversed by a few months of clean time and learning life skills again. Short term inpatient rehabilitation is a rapid more intense way of getting what you can out of thirty days that normally would take months. For instance if you have a job or family you need to get back to, short term inpatient rehabilitation is probably perfect for you. If you really want sobriety there is no reason that short term inpatient rehabilitation can’t allow you to achieve lifelong happiness.

If you asked me, I would always recommend the longer stay at rehabilitation center. Short term inpatient rehabilitation although can achieve the same results but you have to be willing to listen, open minded, and accepting of what you are being taught. That is not always easy if you aren’t ready to get clean. If you are though any amount of treatment including short term inpatient rehabilitation is ideal.

Entering any rehabilitation center is scary and takes coming out of denial about your alcoholism and addiction. Short term inpatient rehabilitation may be one of the first steps you take towards regaining your life back. Those first step towards sanity, towards the light are always the hardest but are the ones that matter most. Short term inpatient rehabilitation gives you the opportunity you may have been missing with outpatient treatment programs or trying to do it on your own. That opportunity being time away from drugs in alcohol in a safe and structured environment. Short term inpatient rehabilitation does not mean short term sobriety. It means a shorter stay packed with all the essentials you will need to get sober and stay sober for the rest of your life.

If you or someone you know is suffering from the pain of addiction and/or alcoholism please do not hesitate to call: 877-711-HOPE(4763) or go to www.palmpartners.com for more

If you are fortunate enough to go a rehabilitation center or are thinking about going, definitely consider a short term inpatient rehabilitation. You don’t have to make a lifelong commitment in order to go to treatment but you do need to make a lifetime commitment to get sober.