Inpatient Dilaudid Rehab in Anaheim CA

Addiction rehab is not a “one-size-fits-all” program. What works for one person may not necessarily work for another. That’s why there are many different treatment options.

One of the more successful treatment programs is inpatient rehab. Inpatient rehab provides a safe and supportive environment for you to live while you go through treatment for your Dilaudid addiction. 

Restorations Health Care offers inpatient Dilaudid rehab for those needing treatment in Anaheim, CA, and Southern California. 

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What Is Dilaudid?

Dilaudid is a popular brand name for the opioid drug hydromorphone. It is a Schedule II substance that is medically prescribed as a painkiller. Hydromorphone is used to treat moderate to severe pain, especially after surgery. 

Dilaudid, like all opioids, attaches itself to the opioid receptors in the brain. This causes an increase of endorphins to be released which control feelings of pain and pleasure. Over time, your brain can become reliant on these extra endorphins being released which can cause Dilaudid dependency and addiction.

If you or a loved one is suffering from Dilaudid dependency or addiction, it is important to seek treatment right away at a Southern California treatment center.

What is Inpatient Dilaudid Rehab Like?

Inpatient or residential treatment begins once you have finished detoxing. You will sit down with a treatment professional and they will create a treatment plan for your Dilaudid addiction. 

This treatment plan will consist of different therapies and other scheduled activities. Since you live at the treatment facility for the duration of your treatment, you will have access to additional services that are not offered to those in outpatient treatment, including medical care and nutrition.

Inpatient treatment is designed to be highly structured. While there is downtime, you will be given a schedule and be expected to adhere to it. You will also be expected to follow all facility rules.

Treatment for Dilaudid

Treatment for Dilaudid addiction will consist mostly of different types of therapies. If you’re treatment professional deems it necessary, you also might be administered medications to help with treatment. 

Psychotherapy has been proven to be effective in treating opioid addiction. Also known as talk therapy, psychotherapy helps to identify troubling thoughts, emotions, and actions. 

Specifically for Dilaudid addiction, psychotherapy helps you identify what led to your addiction. Once you have identified these causes and triggers, you can learn healthier ways to deal with these issues without using hydromorphone or Dilaudid.

Support groups are another valuable tool both during and after treatment. Support groups provide a safe and judgment-free environment to share what you are going through with your recovery.

At Restorations Health Care we understand that not every form of therapy is going to work for every person. We offer many different types of therapies for those battling Dilaudid addiction, including:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Experiential Therapy including art, music, and writing therapy
  • Adventure Therapy including hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, paddleboarding, canoeing, and camping

Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options for Dilaudid addiction and how we can get you on the road to recovery.

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Benefits of Dilaudid Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient rehab provides a safe, controlled, and sober living environment to undergo treatment, devoid of any temptations that may exist elsewhere. Inpatient treatment for Dilaudid addiction allows you to focus 100% of your time and energy on the recovery process, without any of the stresses of everyday life. 

Many people who suffer from drug abuse issues are also dealing with mental health issues. This is known as a co-occurring disorder. Inpatient drug rehab provides access to additional medical care and services that can help you address your mental health issues in addition to your Dilaudid addiction. 

Inpatient rehab also comes with additional services not available in outpatient programs. With inpatient treatment, you have access to medical professionals who can continue to monitor any lingering withdrawal symptoms you might be dealing with. They can also provide prescription drugs if needed to address cravings, side effects from detoxing, or any other issues with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).

Some medications that have been used to help with Dilaudid addiction include:

  • Methadone
  • Suboxone
  • Buprenorphine

Typical Schedule of Inpatient Rehab for Dilaudid Abuse

The period of time that you spend in rehab can vary. Inpatient treatment can range anywhere from 30 to 180 days. No matter how long your inpatient rehab program is designed for, you will be given a structured schedule that you must adhere to at all times. 

Your schedule will map out your entire day for you including the time you wake up and go to sleep, the time you eat your meals, and your appointment times for your various therapy sessions and other classes.

While inpatient treatment does not typically come with much downtime, what downtime you do get will also be scheduled.

Paying for Dilaudid Rehab

There are two main ways that you can pay for your Dilaudid rehab: insurance or out-of-pocket. In some cases, your insurance company may only cover a portion of your rehab, leaving you to pay the remaining balance.


Many insurance providers cover the cost of substance abuse and mental health treatment. Depending on your insurance plan, you may be able to go to inpatient rehab at no cost to you.

If you aren’t sure if your insurance plan covers inpatient rehab, or how much it covers, you can reach out to your insurance representative, or you can fill out our insurance verification form

We will take a look at your policy and let you know what is and isn’t covered. We will also let you know of any out-of-pocket expenses you might be responsible for before you begin treatment.

Private Pay

If you don’t have insurance, or you want to keep your treatment confidential and don’t want to involve your insurance company, we also offer a private pay option. 

We accept many forms of traditional payment. We also accept payment via private medical lending companies and loans through credit cards. 

Regardless of how you choose to pay for your Dilaudid rehab, we want to make sure that your top priority is treatment, and not how you are going to pay for it. Before you begin treatment we will sit down with you and go over the cost based on the treatment plan that is created for you.

Get Help For Your Dilaudid Addiction At Our Inpatient Rehab Facility in Anaheim, CA

When not treated properly, substance use disorder can lead to serious medical and psychological issues including overdose and death. If you or someone you know is suffering from an addiction of any kind, including Dilaudid, it’s important to get help right away.

At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, we understand the importance of addiction treatment. Our team is ready to help you through the entire treatment process from medical detox to rehab, and even aftercare. 

Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options, including inpatient rehab, so that you can get the help that you need for your Dilaudid addiction at our rehab center in Anaheim, CA.

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