Nowadays, when we talk about sobriety, what often comes to mind is avoiding alcohol for a long time, not drinking too much, or not drinking too often.
For people who do not undergo addiction treatment programs, being sober might sound simple. But in medical settings, professionals use the term sobriety to refer to a deeper meaning.
What is Sobriety?
Sobriety is typically thought to mean refraining from drinking alcohol or drugs too much. However, sobriety actually means abstinence.
Abstinence from all the factors that affect your addiction. While being able to successfully stop using drugs or alcohol regularly is crucial, it’s only one part of recovery.
Treating all the underlying factors that lead to addiction is the true meaning of sobriety and successful recovery.
Treatments that Helps To Achieve Sobriety
Skyward Treatment offers a variety of programs to help every individual.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Also known as “day treatment.” This program follows detox and inpatient residential treatment. This program is beneficial for patients who need a short residential stay.
Included in our PHP are:
- On-site medical staff
- On-site treatment
- Individual therapy
- Family Therapy
- Recreational therapy
- Group therapy
- Drug and Alcohol Screening
Substance Abuse Treatment
Substance abuse is different from person to person. It is why treatments and programs are also not the same for everyone.
Here at Skyward Treatment, our Substance Abuse Treatment can be personalized for each patient. We follow these steps:
3. Group Therapy
5. Random drug testing
We use these steps to know if a patient will recover with this program or if there will be a need to incorporate another program for successful sobriety.
Outpatient Treatment Program
Outpatient Treatment Program is a continuous treatment that will help patients that have gone through Inpatient Residential Treatment or Substance Abuse Treatment.
While our patients might be back to their normal lives, Outpatient Treatment Program gives the help and support our patients need to battle any outside factors that will delay their full recovery.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient Programs are sometimes used in tandem with inpatient programs to help patients in connecting smoothly and seamlessly with their families and communities.
Also, IOP is used to treat addictions, depression, eating disorders, and other disorders that don’t need detoxification or 24-hour supervision.
Our goal at Skyward Treatment is to help you achieve sobriety and holistic recovery. Our support doesn’t end when you finish our inpatient programs. We continuously help and guide you until you become a better you.
Call us today to know more about our treatments and programs!