Residential treatment at Mount Regis Center in Salem, Virginia, can be an essential step on your path towards a healthier and more satisfying future.
Who can benefit from residential treatment for addiction and substance use disorder?
The residential treatment program at Mount Regis Center is designed for adult men and women, ages 18 and older, who have been struggling with an addiction to alcohol or other drugs.
Our residential program also serves adults whose addiction is accompanied by certain co-occurring mental health disorders, including anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
While we are proud to support individuals who are experiencing co-occurring mental health challenges, please note that you must have a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder (the clinical term for addiction) in order to be admitted into our residential program.
What are the advantages of residential treatment for drug and alcohol addiction?
The following are among the many advantages of receiving residential treatment at Mount Regis Center:
- Round-the-clock supervision and support
- Respite from the stresses and pressures of daily life
- Ability to focus on your health and well-being
- Personalized treatment planning based upon a detailed assessment of your needs and goals
- Care provided by multidisciplinary teams of experienced professionals
Within our safe and structured residential treatment environment, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of therapeutic activities. All elements of your personalized plan will have been selected based upon their ability to meet your needs and help you achieve your immediate and long-term goals.
What happens during residential treatment for drug and alcohol addiction?
As noted in the previous section, the specifics of your experience in residential treatment will be determined by your unique strengths, needs, and goals. Depending upon those factors, your time in our residential program may include the following elements:
- Medication management services
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- Experiential therapies
- Fitness classes
- Detailed discharge planning
Our residential program also includes a vibrant educational component. You may benefit from instruction on a wide range of important topics, including nutrition, stress management, dealing with grief and loss, relapse prevention, and other relevant issues.
Who provides care in a residential program for drug and alcohol addiction?
Residential treatment at Mount Regis Center is provided by multidisciplinary teams of experienced and compassionate professionals. Depending upon your needs and goals, you may work with the following experts during your time with us:
- Physician assistants
- Nurse practitioners
- Registered nurses
- Licensed practical nurses
- Licensed professional counselors
- Certified substance abuse counselors
- Social workers
In addition to the professionals listed above, our staff also features a variety of therapists and other experts, all of whom have been selected not only for their skills, but also for their dedication to patient-focused care.
What happens after residential treatment for drug and alcohol addiction?
As with all aspects of your care at Mount Regis Center, your next step following residential treatment will be determined by what is best for you. Some patients return home or to an alternative supported living environment following their time in our residential program, while others step down to our partial hospitalization program (PHP) or intensive outpatient program (IOP).
One of the many benefits of residential care at Mount Regis Center is that if you need additional structure and support, you can transition directly into PHP or IOP. This ensures continuity of care, and can protect you from immediate relapse as you gain a stronger foothold in early recovery.
Whenever your time with us comes to a close, you will leave with a detailed discharge plan. This plan will document the progress you made while in our care, note the issues and challenges that may require additional support, and identify the community-based resources that may be of assistance to you as you pursue lifelong recovery.
From the moment you first call Mount Regis Center until the day you complete your time in our care, we will provide you with the personalized experience that best prepares you for long-term success.