The answer to the question: Do treatment centers have private rooms, is variable. Addiction, also known as substance use disorder (SUD), is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) as a chronic, relapsing brain disorder.
It is characterized by compulsively engaging in rewarding stimuli (e.g., abusing drugs and/ or alcohol) without regard for consequence. Addiction can wreak havoc in all areas of an individual’s life. Because the disease compels the individual to prioritize satisfying his or her substance cravings above all else, an individual can experience a plethora of adverse effects, including physical complications, relationship fractures, financial strain, legal challenges, employment issues, and more.
There is an array of different types of treatment centers available from luxury treatment centers to modest rehab facilities and everywhere in-between. Treatment centers each hold distinct characteristics, are in different geographical areas, and offer a variety of wide-ranging amenities, including the type and privacy of accommodations provided. Every person is unique and will require a somewhat tailored treatment plan when it comes to substance abuse and/ or addiction.
Inpatient substance abuse and/ or addiction treatment programs offer residential treatment to those in need. They require individuals to reside at the treatment facility for the duration of the program. Inpatient rehabs provide a relatively controlled environment, free from drugs and alcohol, to enable its residents the ability to place sole focus on the recovery process, without being surrounded by unnecessary triggers and temptations. The specific amenities offered by each rehab program will vary, as will the cost, location, and residence. Inpatient private rehab centers allow each resident to have their own private room rather than sharing their room with others. For some, this can add to one’s ability to focus on introspection during treatment. Depending on the program, inpatient rehab can last between twenty-one days long to six months long, and in some cases longer.
Further Information and Support
Navigating the challenges that arise from living with mental illness, struggling with substance abuse, and/ or addiction can not only be all-consuming but are often impossible to effectively handle without proper support. If you are concerned for yourself or a loved one regarding mental illness, substance abuse, and/ or addiction we recommend reaching out for help as soon as possible. Bear in mind that you do not have to be on this journey alone. At Upwell Advisors, we offer unique, customized concierge therapeutic services to provide our clients with unparalleled support throughout every step of the recovery process.
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