What Is Inpatient Care Like at Victory Addiction Recovery Center?
Making the decision to seek help for drug or alcohol addiction is never an easy one, and often it is a life-changing experience for you and your family. Inpatient treatment is designed to give you a high level of support for healing and building long-term recovery. Though every person’s needs are unique during this type of care, at Victory Addiction Recovery Center we work with our clients to provide a safe, secure environment for profound healing and improvement.
A Safe, Comfortable Environment
At the heart of our inpatient treatment program is a comfortable and safe environment, one in which you are free from any addictive chemicals. It is also a stress-free environment. That’s not to say you will not work hard here, because you will work on yourself in many ways. Yet, you do not have to worry about work, school, family, and other responsibilities. You also remove people and other triggers from your life while you are in recovery.
When you can do this – step away from your daily life – you gain the opportunity to focus on yourself and on your recovery. Drug and addiction treatment is more than just detoxing. It is also about learning how to develop new skills to help you avoid using in the future.
When you enroll in inpatient care in Lafayette, LA, you’ll have a home-like residence to live in. You will interact with a variety of people, and you will have access to a range of different activities throughout your stay.
Your Drug and Alcohol Treatment at Victory
At the heart of your stay in an inpatient program is the treatment you’ll receive. Because you are here for several weeks (depending on your needs) this means you’ll have many opportunities to receive treatment. Treatment at Victory may include:
- Individual counseling sessions
- Group therapy
- Experiential approaches to therapy
- Holistic care
- Meditation groups
- Spirituality programs
During your counseling sessions, you’ll work hard on improving your ability to communicate and develop coping skills for the stress you feel at home or in other aspects of your daily life. These types of treatment sessions allow you to learn how to overcome a challenging situation without having to resort to drug or alcohol use. This is critical to helping you to maintain your sobriety for years to come.
Learning and Growing with Others
Some of our clients remain with us for up to 90 days. During the length of time you’re here, you’ll make new friends and develop new relationships. Sometimes the best component of your recovery is the time you spend with mentors and alumni, as well as others facing similar battles with addiction. These opportunities can help you to form new communication skills, re-learn how to trust people, and develop relationship-building skills.
Family Week at Victory
During your treatment at Victory, you will get to experience family week. This is a very important part of the care we provide during your inpatient therapy program. It is a time for your friends and family members to visit and explore what you are working through. They can watch movies and listen to lectures about addiction. They will also be able to participate in group discussions with you, so they can be educated about what’s happening in your daily life.
Preparation for the Real World
Inpatient therapy is empowering and impactful, but it is not where you remain for long. That’s why we offer a range of tools and resources to help you when you leave care, including the Trac9 relapse prevention program. Trac9 is an online program that you’ll have access to for 12 months after your discharge. It will help you avoid moments of potential relapse.
Is Inpatient Therapy Right for You?
When you meet with our drug and alcohol addiction treatment counselors, we’ll talk to you about the treatment that fits your needs. Some of our clients need to work through detoxification first. Others are ready for inpatient treatment right from the start. Allow our team to answer any questions about the care you’ll receive at Victory.
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