Drug addiction is a mental health disorder. If you find yourself addicted to a drug such as methamphetamine, cocaine, opioids, or MDMA, and are finding it difficult to stop alone, then there are evidence-based treatment solutions at Discovery Point Retreat. One of the most effective programs that we have to treat drug addiction is our residential rehab program in Dallas, Texas.
At Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas, TX, we can provide effective methods of treatment for substance use disorder in a luxury, therapeutic treatment setting. Our aim is to provide personalized treatment, which is achieved through our excellent patient-to-staff ratio. Along with private and personalized care, you can take part in some of the best-known methods of beating an addiction, such as behavioral therapy, medically assisted detoxification, and holistic healing methods that help to improve your life as a whole.
We understand that drug addiction can be physically and mentally difficult to break. Through our residential rehab programs, you can find the compassionate support and effective treatment models that can help you to come out the other end of an addiction happy and drug-free. Our support doesn’t end after rehab either; we provide aftercare programs to assist with your transition from intensive treatment to your normal, everyday life.
What is the Difference Between Residential & Outpatient Rehab?
Addiction is treated in two main ways: through residential and outpatient programs. residential rehab, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, is the most intensive form of addiction treatment and therefore the most effective way to beat addiction.
Each treatment setting has its own set of benefits. Residential rehab is a type of program that requires that you live at Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas to receive treatment. In this program, you will stay in one of our rooms. You will have access to the many amenities that we offer as well as a daily therapeutic schedule that is based on your personalized treatment plan.
Residential rehab allows you to focus entirely on your recovery. There are no distractions to your recovery because negative influences such as friends who are actively under the influence and access to drugs is removed, giving you a better chance at a lasting recovery.
Outpatient rehab is similar to residential rehab as far as the types of treatment methods that are involved. Both residential and outpatient rehab rely on evidence-based therapy and other whole-patient methods of treatment. However, in an outpatient program, you will still live at your house and be surrounded by the positive and negative influences that you may have. While autonomy can be important, greater success in recovery is often achieved through residential rehab.
How Long Does Rehab Take?
Every person that comes to Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas, TX, is treated through a personalized approach. We tailor-make our treatment because each person has different needs in treatment, which includes how long their treatment should last to be effective. As such, treatment length tends to vary to better adapt to the individual needs of our patients.
According to research into effective treatment periods by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, the general length of treatment should be at least three months. This can be achieved through a series of programs that are completed back-to-back, such as an residential program, outpatient program, and aftercare services.
At Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas, we have several treatment program lengths to ensure that we can adapt to each of our patient’s needs. You can take part in a 30-, 60-, or 90-day residential rehab program to gain the many benefits of accredited treatment.
One of the shortest residential rehab programs that we offer at our retreat in Dallas, TX, is our 30-day rehab. It has all of the elements that make for effective addiction treatment, such as a medical detox, behavioral therapies, and holistic healing methods.
We understand that addiction doesn’t usually stem from just one factor, but rather several. Through our whole-patient approach to treatment, other elements such as co-occurring mental disorders and family problems can be treated effectively. Our ultimate goal is to help you gain control of your addiction, learn better coping skills, address any issue that may be attributing to your substance abuse, and to improve your overall well being so that you can live a happy, fulfilled life without substance abuse.
At Discovery Point Retreat, we also have 60-day residential rehab programs to help you to rebuild your life after an addiction. It incorporates the same therapies and treatment methods that our 30-day rehab program has, but with the added benefit of more time spent in our healing, clinical environment.
Through this longer rehab program, you can gain a greater benefit from the intensive treatments and structured healing environment that we offer at our luxury rehab in Dallas, TX.
90-Day Long-Term Rehab
The longest rehab program that we have at our residential rehab in Dallas is our 90-day program. It has all of the elements that makes professional, accredited treatment for addiction effective. With three months spent in our rehab, you will gain the maximum benefit of our treatment programs. By the end of the 90-day program, you will feel comfortable and confident in the new skills you learned and prepared to handle the challenges that life can throw at you without the need to return to drug abuse.
Sober-Friendly Attractions near Dallas
Dallas, Texas, is a center for arts and culture. During your stay with us at Discovery Point Retreat, you will be able to enjoy what the city has to offer, such as:
- Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- The Perot Museum of Nature and Science
- The Dallas Museum of Art.
Alternatively, you can enjoy a day supporting the local sport teams such as:
- Dallas Cowboys
- Dallas Stars
- Dallas Mavericks
- FC Dallas.
If you would like to receive the best possible care for drug addiction and rehab amenities for yourself or a loved one, then contact Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas, TX, at 855.306.8054. We will guide and support you through every step of your journey to a full recovery from drug abuse.