Inpatient treatment programs provide a safe and supportive environment for those in need of substance abuse and addiction rehab.
- What is Vicodin?
- What Is Inpatient Vicodin Rehab Like?
- Treatment for Vicodin Addiction
- Benefits of Vicodin Rehabilitation
- Typical Schedule of Inpatient Rehab for Vicodin Abuse
- Paying for Vicodin Rehab
- Are You Looking For Vicodin Rehab in Anaheim, CA?
By undergoing Vicodin addiction treatment at an inpatient treatment center, you can focus on getting the help that you need without any of the outside temptations or distractions that come with everyday life.
At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, CA we offer inpatient addiction treatment programs for a multitude of substance use disorders and mental health conditions, including Vicodin, serving those not just in Southern California, but throughout California.
What is Vicodin?
Vicodin is a prescription opioid that is made up of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. It is prescribed as a painkiller to treat moderate to severe pain.
While Vicodin does have legitimate medical uses, since it is an opioid it is considered a Schedule II substance. As a Schedule II substance, Vicodin has a high potential for abuse, which can lead to dependency and addiction.
Even when taken as medically directed, taking Vicodin for more than 2 weeks greatly increases the risk of the development of a Vicodin addiction.
What Is Inpatient Vicodin Rehab Like?
Inpatient rehab typically begins once you have successfully completed the detoxification process. If you underwent Vicodin detox at another Southern California detox facility, you will need to go through the intake process at Restorations Health Care before starting treatment.
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During inpatient rehab, you will live at our treatment facility for the duration of your rehab program. Our inpatient rehab programs typically last anywhere from 2-4 weeks but can vary based on your treatment plan.
As part of your stay in inpatient rehab, you will be provided with a daily schedule that you will be expected to adhere to. Inpatient rehab schedules are highly structured and will have your various therapy sessions and treatment appointments listed. Your schedule will also provide you with your meal times and what time you will be expected to wake up and go to bed.
Treatment for Vicodin Addiction
Most drug abuse and addiction can be treated with a combination of therapy and medications in order to address not just the addiction, but any physical or mental health disorders that developed as a result of prolonged Vicodin use and abuse.
Behavioral therapy and psychotherapy have both proven to be effective in treating opioid addiction, including Vicodin addiction.
Psychotherapy focuses on identifying the source of the addiction. By learning the initial cause or causes of the addiction you can learn how to address any temptations or triggers that may arise in the future more healthy way.
Behavioral therapy focuses on a more reward-based model. With behavioral therapy, you get rewarded for not succumbing to your temptations and cravings.
While medications are often administered during detox in order to address Vicodin withdrawal symptoms, they may continue to be administered during treatment as part of a Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program.
Medications that have been FDA-approved to help with the treatment of Vicodin addiction and its side effects include:
Support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery are also important to the overall treatment and recovery process because they provide a safe and supportive environment for those in recovery to share what they have been going through with other people who can understand and relate to what they are dealing with.
At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, California we offer a variety of treatment options designed to help treat your Vicodin addiction including:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Experiential Therapy
- Adventure Therapy
Contact us today to learn more about the types of treatment we offer and how we can get you on the road to recovery.
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Benefits of Vicodin Rehabilitation
Rehab allows you to properly address your Vicodin addiction surrounded by treatment and medical professionals, as well as other patients, all of whom want to see you succeed.
When you go to an inpatient rehab center specifically, you have access to additional services such as medical care and monitoring.
Additionally, since many who suffer from Vicodin addiction also suffer from mental health issues (also known as co-occurring disorders), inpatient treatment provides the opportunity for multiple conditions to be treated at the same time.
Typical Schedule of Inpatient Rehab for Vicodin Abuse
The average stay in an inpatient rehab program for Vicodin addiction is 30 days. However, based on the treatment plan and the recommendation of our treatment professionals, your stay may be longer or shorter.
During inpatient rehab, you will be provided a schedule that you will be expected to adhere to. You will also be expected to follow all facility rules at all times.
Your schedule will include:
- Times and locations of your various therapy sessions and other rehab activities
- Meal times
- What time you wake up and go to sleep
- Any downtime you may have
Paying for Vicodin Rehab
At Restorations Health Care, we never want money to be a factor when deciding to get the help you need to address your substance abuse or addiction. That’s why we accept most major insurance providers as well as private pay options.
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While most major private insurance companies cover the cost of substance abuse and addiction treatment, the amount of coverage offered depends on the insurance provider and the insurance plan that you have.
If you have questions about what is and isn’t covered with your insurance plan as it pertains to Vicodin rehab, 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 before you start treatment.
Whether your insurance will not cover your treatment in full, you don’t have insurance, or you simply want to keep your time in treatment as confidential as possible, we also offer private pay options.
We accept many different forms of traditional payment as well as private medical lending companies and loans through credit cards.
Are You Looking For Vicodin Rehab in Anaheim, CA?
If you or a loved one in Anaheim or throughout Southern California is battling prescription drug abuse and addiction, including Vicodin addiction, it is important to go to a Vicodin addiction treatment center right away.
At Restorations Health Care in Anaheim, we offer inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment as well as medical detox programs.
For more information about our treatment programs, or to get started on the road to recovery, call us at 877-578-0708, fill out one of our contact forms, or speak to a live chat representative on our website.
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