What is rehab really like?
The time you spend in rehab will be time spent working on yourself, free from the distractions of your everyday life. Your days will consist of therapy, connecting with other patients, and participating in regular outdoor activities with the Zoe Behavioral Health team. You can even take long walks on the beautiful Southern California coast while you’re with us.
Rehab isn’t without its challenges. However, that doesn’t mean you should avoid it. Instead, consider the positive aspects of rehab and focus on how much completing it will improve your life.
How long will I spend in rehab for alcohol or drug abuse?
You can expect programs like our intensive outpatient program (IOP) and partial hospitalization program (PHP) to last about 90 days. During that time, you should expect to spend between 20 and 30 hours a week working on your recovery at our treatment center.
What are the differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab programs?
Most importantly, inpatient rehab requires patients to live at a treatment facility full-time. Conversely, outpatient rehab lets patients sleep in their own beds at night. This means that an outpatient option is usually a better choice if you prefer to maintain some of your freedom while in rehab. That being said, inpatient care can be a better option for individuals who are looking for more structure in their rehab program.
How effective are outpatient rehab programs?
This is why doctors so commonly recommend that patients consider working on their recovery even after they’ve completed a rehab program. That being said, if you’re serious about your healing process, and invest a serious amount of time and energy into it, outpatient rehab programs can be incredibly effective.
What happens if I relapse?
What will my recovery timeline look like?
Once your rehab program is done, you’ll begin transitioning back into the real world. You can do this at a sober living facility if you’d like a smoother transition. We recommend that you continue participating in therapy and counseling sessions during this process to keep your focus on your recovery.
How much will I have to pay for rehab? Will my insurance cover some of the costs?
It is likely that a good portion of your rehab charges will be covered by insurance. However, the only way to know for sure is to contact Zoe Behavioral Health directly. Once you do, we’ll happily verify your coverage for you.
How does the admissions process work at Zoe Behavioral Health?
How does Zoe Behavioral Health make recovery easier?
Additionally, we utilize a wide variety of treatments to address every aspect of your addiction. For example, in addition to therapy and counseling sessions, we also offer yoga classes and regular outdoor activities. We even have an on-site nutritionist who you can work with to optimize your diet for recovery.