Small studies have been conducted to prove that long term treatment is better for those who attend typical 30 day programs of residential inpatient. Often called a “continuum of care”, the many levels of treatment and aftercare make up a treatment center’s entire offerings. A full continuum of care allows a client to stay within a single treatment center family as they adjust to lower levels of care. Continuing their clinical support on an ever decreasing scale, clients of long term treatment programs gain the confidence and skills they need to successfully live sober. Each of the facilities under the family of New Vista Behavioral Health offers a full continuum of care at varying levels. Clients at any of our program locations can seamlessly transition through levels of care as they become more comfortable in their recovery. Levels of care can include:
- Residential inpatient
- Partial Hospitalization
- Intensive Outpatient
- Transitional Care/After Care
- Alumni Services
Benefits Of Long Term Treatment
Active addiction rarely lasts a few months. Though the chemically dependent phase of drug and alcohol addiction might be short lived, the long term abuse of drugs and alcohol is not. Believing that it is possible to be able to fully function, free of problem or threat to sobriety, after just 30-40 days of early recovery treatment is what causes relapse in many people. Just 30-40 days of treatment compared to many years of active addiction doesn’t equate. Long term treatment gives clients more time in a clinical, structured setting, with a daily schedule designed to support their needs as well as growth and development in mind, body, and spirit. In addition to clinical support and structure, long term treatment offers the accountability of an abstinent treatment program, the everyday presence of peers in recovery, and more time to practice living sober. A safe and secure environment staffed around the clock with experiences and trained professionals also means having the expertise necessary for coping with cravings, difficult moments, and challenges that come up during the therapy process.
Long Term Treatment Means Long Term Recovery
The longer a client stays in treatment, the longer they are staying active in recovery. As months add up, they realize that living sober is possible. Each passing month, they see their time in sobriety add up, one day at a time.
New Vista Behavioral Health is committed to helping you on your road to long term recovery. Begin our partnership today by calling 888-316-3665.