What is Accomplished During Inpatient Addiction Treatment?
What is accomplished during inpatient addiction treatment, and why is this level of care so important? At The Plymouth House we believe everyone can benefit from this level of care, regardless of how severe a substance use disorder has become and regardless of the presence of underlying disorders. In inpatient addiction treatment guests participate in a full daily schedule of group therapy, educational workshops, recreational activities, guided meditation, mindfulness and yoga, 12-Step work, individual therapy and fitness programming. Guests work extensively with both an individual therapist and a 12-Step Contact to work the first three of the 12 Steps.
When it comes to the residential portion of our program, guest accommodations are based on double or triple occupancy with separate quarters for men and women. The rooms are simply appointed and comfortable. In addition to comfort, The Plymouth House believes that healthy, nutritious food plays an important part in comprehensive recovery. Our guests are provided with three delicious, healthy and balanced meals each day. Each meal is prepared by our professional chefs relying heavily on locally grown and sourced ingredients. In short, inpatient addiction treatment is fundamental in the sense that it restores each guest to a place of comprehensive health.