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Inpatient Treatment

Ohio Inpatient Treatment

Addiction is a serious disease that devastates relationships and controls lives. An individual that is struggling with addiction often has a hard time admitting they need help. It might seem easier to deny there is a problem or cover up the issue, but in order to recover from addiction, the best course of action is to admit there is a problem and seek help from professionals.

Drug Addiction in Ohio

 The state of Ohio has seen its fair share of drug abuse and drug overdoses. According to the CDC:

  • Nearly 700,000 Ohio residents aged 12 and up abuse substances each year.
  • Ohio is ranked among the top 5 across the United States in terms of the number of residents per 100,000 suffering from various drug or alcohol addictions.

According to the Ohio Department of Health:

  • In 2007, unintentional drug poisoning became the leading cause of injury death in Ohio, surpassing motor vehicle crashes for the first time on record. This trend has continued through 2015.
  • From 2000 to 2015, Ohio’s death rate due to unintentional drug poisonings increased 642 percent, and the increase in deaths has been driven largely by opioid-related overdoses.
  • In Ohio, there were 411 fatal unintentional drug overdoses in the year 2000 growing to 3,050 deaths in 2015.
  • On average, approximately eight people die each day in Ohio due to an unintentional drug overdose.
  • Unintentional fatal drug overdoses cost Ohioans $2.0 billion in 2012 in medical and work loss costs; while non-fatal, hospital-admitted drug poisonings cost an additional $39.1 million. The total cost equaled an average of $5.4 million each day in medical and work loss costs in Ohio.
During inpatient treatment, the recovering addict is monitored closely and receives care throughout the day and night.

As Americans across the country have experienced, drug addiction is a terrible disease and it needs to be treated. There are different levels of care that can provide freedom from addiction, depending on the individual’s history and type of addiction, as well as their motivation for sobriety and support system.

Inpatient Rehab vs. Outpatient Rehab

The first step toward sobriety is detox and inpatient rehab. During this time, the individual will live right at the treatment facility and receive help and support while withdrawing from their substance. Healthy foods, plenty of sleep, and medication all help individuals through the difficult phase of detox. When the person is living at the inpatient facility, they also benefit from supportive staff and peers who want to see them succeed. These interpersonal interactions and beginning therapy sessions are important to encourage the person to remain with the program and remain sober, even when they feel like giving up.

Inpatient rehab differs from outpatient therapy in several key ways. The biggest difference is the level of care and the supervision the person receives. During inpatient treatment, the recovering addict is monitored closely and receives care throughout the day and night. Those in outpatient programming are able to return home at night to their families, being trusted that they are stable enough to remain sober while away from rehab. Inpatient treatment allows the individual to escape from the demands of everyday life, enjoy meals that are provided for them, and access to medical staff and support staff whenever necessary. Outpatient clients, on the other hand, continue to engage in real life, but still have the option to seek out help from treatment professionals, family, and support groups when needed.

Even with their differences, inpatient and outpatient treatment are similar in many ways as well. Both make use of various therapy types to help the individual build skills needed for a life of sobriety. Both connect those in recovery with professionals and others in recovery for support. Both encourage family participation and positive support systems. Both inpatient and outpatient programming encourage healthy bodies and minds for long-term sober living.

Inpatient Treatment in Ohio

The Ridge is an inpatient treatment center located in Ohio that provides the highest level of care to individuals and families looking to overcome addiction. Our facility, located on a 51-acre estate, is hospitable and comfortable, with 16 beds and a high staff-to-patient ratio. Our program is physician-designed and managed, and we emphasize family participation in recovery. We specialize in discreetly treating professionals and executives, and we are Joint Commission certified so clients can rest assured they are receiving the highest level of care, quality, and standards.

To learn more about our residential treatment program and how we can help, please contact us today.

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