COMPREHENSIVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL REHAB
Full Scope Substance Abuse & Mental Health Treatment in Pennsylvania
Treatment at a drug and alcohol recovery center should always be patient focused. There is no one right method to help all patients who are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction recover. A thorough substance abuse, mental health, and physical assessment, along with an integrated multidisciplinary approach can identify areas that need to be treated. At Behavioral Wellness and Recovery, we offer a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab program that is tailored to suit the needs of our patients. Comprehensive treatment must include the mind, body and spirit components for an optimal outcome.
As such, it is important to treat dual diagnosis disorders, relationship issues, and other social issues concomitantly with the addictive disorder. Without a strong social structure, it can be challenging to maintain recovery. Therefore, Behavioral Wellness and Recovery will also help you explore areas such financial, employment, and legal issues, as well as relationship and family issues.
The intensity of substance abuse rehab can be a predictor of the future success of maintaining a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle. Further, the scope of treatment must provide services for the evaluation and treatment of concomitant psychiatric and emotional disorders, and their relationship to drug addiction and alcoholism. Dual diagnosis disorders should always be managed concurrently with the drug and alcohol addiction, as opposed to being treated as a separate disorder.
Behavioral Wellness and Recovery assists its patients in participating in various levels of substance abuse treatment, which is also a part of providing a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab experience. The transition from one level of care to another is dependent upon the patient’s unique needs and his/her progress in rehab. We at Behavioral Wellness and Recovery believe that patients tend to progress more steadily when introduced to treatment at a more intensive level, and then gradually step down to reintegration into the community. Thus, most patients will initially be treated in an inpatient detoxification, or in an inpatient or residential drug and alcohol rehab. During this process, patients will learn coping skills for drug and alcohol use triggers, as well as coping skills to deal with relationship, financial, and employment difficulties.
Our program is tailored for each patient and his/her unique needs. The typical length-of-stay at Behavioral Wellness and Recovery is around 6 weeks. All patients will participate in the development of an individualized treatment plan, and the recovering persons we treat learn and gain skills by interacting with each other, both at the treatment facility and outside of the program.
The residential drug and alcohol rehab component is located at various sites that are near the main treatment site. Even while participating in the residential drug and alcohol treatment, the Behavioral Wellness and Recovery treatment staff is available 24/7 for any issues that arise outside of the main treatment hours.
The staff at Behavioral Health and Wellness will take into consideration indicators of patient health to identify areas that require treatment, such as:
• Sleep • Appetite • Sexual functioning • Relationship stability • Ability to openly discuss feelings • Health problems • Spirituality • Financial status • Employment status • Recreational activities • Drug and alcohol abuse • Withdrawal symptoms • Cravings • Anger issues • Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress issues • Ability to socialize and form new, healthy relationships • Healthful eating • Self-esteem • Self-worth • Stress management
To learn more about Behavioral Wellness and Recovery, a drug and alcohol treatment program located in Pennsylvania, please visit our page that describes a typical treatment day at our facility. A sample patient schedule is also available for your review.
BEHAVIORAL WELLNESS & RECOVERY
1301 Wrights Ln E Suite 103, West Chester, PA 19380 | 800-683-4457
Serving Philadelphia, PA, Lancaster, PA and Wilmington, DE