Intensive Rehab Treatment In A Luxury Setting
Inspire Malibu operates one of the most intensive rehab treatment center facilities in the world for drug and alcohol addiction. Our program is based on a modern approach, treating alcohol and drug abuse as a disease. We are one of the few treatment centers that approaches alcoholism and drug addiction from a strictly non 12 step, medical model.
Inspire Malibu’s luxury facilities are located in a beautiful setting, converted into a intensive rehab center.
Recovery always begins with stabilization and detox first, where patients experience:
- A 6000 Square Foot House Located In Malibu Valley
- Private Rooms With Pillow Top Mattresses & Egyptian Cotton Sheets
- Spacious Accommodations With A Bathroom For Every Bedroom, Pool, Workout Facility
- 9+ Acres Of Secluded Privacy With Beautiful Scenic Views
Intensive Rehab Treatment Centers – Defined
Intensive treatment refers to one level of care in the drug and alcohol rehabilitation industry. Unlike other levels of care, intensive treatment is designed to help clients learn how to live a clean and sober lifestyle through virtual and actual practice.
The big difference between a hospital based treatment facility and an intensive treatment facility is the level of care. The patient must learn to live a clean and sober lifestyle, which requires a lot of time in a structured setting.
Intensive Treatment Is Highly Effective
Intensive treatment is especially effective for individuals with a long history of addiction, and drug or alcohol related behavior. Intensive treatment offers a variety of structured programs used to accommodate the client’s needs. These programs mainly focus on re-socializing residents into an alcohol or drug-free lifestyle.
Rehab Treatment Is A Recovery Process
At Inspire Malibu, therapy and treatment includes numerous modalities, such as cognitive behavior sessions and group therapies. In intensive treatment, relapse prevention interventions are generally considered to be the standard, with customized treatment plans, medical and mental treatment, and follow-up treatments.
Alcohol And Drug Addiction Treatment
It is important to understand that alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic illnesses where relapse is possible even after successful treatment for extended periods of abstinence. Intensive rehab treatment facilities know that living without drugs and alcohol takes time and practice. The integrative approach at Inspire Malibu brings a variety of best practices together in substance abuse treatment. Clients are more likely to stay on the safe road to recovery when the multiple holes and traps that exist in everyday life are addressed and confronted daily by the substance abuser.
Non 12 Step Model In A Intensive Rehab Treatment Center
Inspire Malibu is non 12-step addiction treatment center based on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational enhancement therapy (MET). Our evidenced based, individualized therapy model offers the best all around rehab program for treating each client as a unique individual. Inspire Malibu is not opposed to, or against the 12 steps for after-care maintenance, but we feel it is necessary to provide medical treatment to fix the problem first.
Phases In A Intensive Rehab Treatment Center Facility
Often there are phases of development during intensive treatment. The initial phase has the most structure and limited access to the outside world. Gradually, the client is given more liberty and responsibility where the staff can assess their progress accordingly.
Questions & Answers About Intensive Rehab Treatment
Q: How long does intensive treatment last?
A: Intensive treatment programs last an average of 30 days, longer is now considered better up to 90 days.
Q: What’s the difference between inpatient and intensive?
A: Clients generally do not do their own chores (cooking, shopping) during inpatient.
Q: Are clients in intensive treatment free to leave?
A: Technically no one in any level of care is “locked up”. They are free to leave anytime.
Q: Is intensive treatment co-ed?
A: Most are, some are not. Fraternization is never allowed.
Q: Does insurance cover intensive treatment?
A: Some insurance policies do cover intensive treatment. Each policy is different and it’s always best to check with the facility first.
Q: How much does intensive treatment cost?
A: It can vary greatly and ranges anywhere from $5,000 to $150,000 per month.
Q: Is the rate of success greater in intensive than inpatient?
A: The success rate is slightly higher.
Call us Toll-Free at 1-800-444-1838 to find out more about our Intensive Rehab Treatment Center Facility.