What options are available for treatment?
At Confidant Health, we know that a one-size-fits-all approach to recovery doesn't exist. Instead, we recommend evidence-based recovery options and create a customized treatment plan delivered through telehealth or in-home visits.
By eliminating the need for you to travel to appointments or check into a facility, we make treatment and recovery more accessible and convenient than ever.
Still not sure this will work for you? Learn more about the other treatment settings common in addiction recovery and what Confidant can offer you.
Types of Treatment Settings
Alcohol and drug recovery can take place in different locations to help you accomplish specific goals.
Inpatient rehab facilities provide a structured recovery program and 24-hour support. You'll keep a busy schedule involving group and individual therapy, as well as recreational activities. Cost represents a major downside to these facilities. You must stay on campus, and many facilities limit your communication with family and friends.
Because Confidant offers a less-invasive approach that involves telehealth and home visits, so you will experience fewer disruptions to your everyday life and get back on track according to your own schedule, not a facility's.
Outpatient rehab programs allow you to live at home while attending scheduled treatments and therapies at a facility about three or four times a week. Depending on the distance between your home and the facility, transportation and travel time can represent significant barriers to this kind of treatment.
Confidant's telehealth or in-home approach is an effective solution for those who may not have the time or means to attend outpatient rehab appointments consistently.
Sober living communities can serve as a bridge between inpatient rehab and the transition back to your life. They offer more independence than inpatient rehab facilities while still providing the same structure and support. However, if you already have a stable living situation, there's no need to add more chaos to your life by moving.
Your own home can be a treatment setting, too, especially for busy people or those who do not have reliable transportation. We conduct sessions via telehealth and can schedule providers to visit you at home if necessary for your treatment plan.
What Questions to Ask About Treatment
To help you decide which treatment option might prove best for you, answer these three questions:
What setting would make the most sense when starting treatment?
What intensity of treatment is appropriate, or how often should treatment occur?
What treatment approach seems like the best fit for you or your loved one? Why?
Once you answer these questions, you will better understand the treatment options that suit your situation. Even if you feel that you would benefit from a facility, you can trust Confidant to continue your treatment in a convenient but effective way when you return home.
Try Confidant Today
With Confidant, you don't have to think about these questions alone. Our team will provide guidance so that when you do decide how and where to start treatment, you'll feel good about it. We also never "lock you in" to a treatment plan. Want to try something else down the road? That's absolutely an option. Let's talk!