Chandler Inpatient

Inpatient Rehab Services for Chandler, Arizona

Chandler Inpatient

Do you reside in Chandler? Inpatient rehab services are what we offer.

If you are worried on how long the trip will be, do not fret. Going to our rehab facility is only a 29-minute drive from Chandler.  

Taking the necessary steps to recover from alcohol or drug addiction isn’t easy. There are times you will feel lost. There are times you feel that you have nowhere to go. The way to sobriety requires lots of hard work, patience, and determination.

Our rehabilitation facility serves as a sanctuary for people who lost their way because of alcohol or drug addiction. We open our doors and hearts for them when they feel that the world is rejecting them. We make sure that they are comfortable, warm, and happy within our premises.

What are Inpatient Rehab Services?

Simply put, inpatient services are those done within the facility. Patients are to stay inside our facility during the period of their treatment. If you are wondering on how long you will stay, the usual period for rehab is 21 days up to 90 days. There are some instances in which it could go longer.

You can always consider our inpatient services if you want to focus better on your way to sobriety. It works best if you prefer a more intensive treatment when you are surrounded with temptation. However, do keep in mind that you do not need to rush or force yourself to recover quickly.

Rest assured, our facilities are always open for you. Think of it as your second home. Our team will be more than happy to to aid you 24/7 so you can attain sobriety with no distractions.

What is it like to undergo an Inpatient Treatment?

First, you have to undergo a medically-assisted detox. Physicians will check your vital signs as they purge the alcohol and the drugs out of your system. This is one of most challenging parts since patients are prone to cravings and may result into a relapse. We give our utmost attention to counter the effects of relapse for better recovery.

There are a lot of perks if you undergo inpatient treatment. First of all, medical attention is readily available 24/7. Aside from that, you will be able to meet and interact with other patients who are also struggling the same way as you do.

Afterwards, you may be sent to a sober living house in order to improve your condition during or after rehabilitation.

What is a sober living home?

A sober living home (SLH) is a temporary environment. It is specially made for people who are struggling with drug addiction and alcohol abuse. This is where patients who just got out from rehab stay in order to further improve their condition.

These alcohol and drug-free environments help patients stay sober and clean. Most of these follow a 12-step program and involve the use of sound recovery methodologies. The residents are required to participate in these programs. Drug tests are done as well, giving patients a chance to prove their capacity to completely recover from their addiction.

An SLH is less rigid than inpatient rehab, meaning patients have more freedom in the former. They are free to do what they want as long as they abide by the house rules, such as meetings, meditations, and distribution of house duties. Not to mention, we are proud to say that we treat our patients who live in these homes as family. Our house managers would make sure that their stay will be blissful and fun.

What is a 12-step program?

A 12-step program is a set of guidelines which shows what to do in order to recover from compulsion, addiction, or other behavioral problems. This was originally introduced by Bill Wilson to Alcoholics Anonymous.

As summarized by Alcoholics Anonymous, these are the steps:

  • Admitting to one’s alcoholism, compulsion, or addiction;
  • Knowing about a higher power that can give strength;
  • Reflecting upon past mistakes with the aid of an experienced member;
  • Making amends in order to correct these mistakes;
  • Living a new life in a more behaved manner;
  • Reaching out and helping others who are struggling with alcoholism, addiction, and compulsion.

Here at Springboard Recovery, we also apply these steps to our patients. If you check out the testimonials on our website, you’ll see that the 12-step program we follow has indeed created survivors who are stronger and better. Many of them have stayed clean for years and find purpose in helping others succeed in their own battles.

What can loved-ones do while you are in rehab?

There are people who won’t leave you regardless of the problems you’re facing. They’re the ones who did their best to understand your circumstances. They were also the ones who motivated you to get up and get the help you needed most.

Your loved-ones can show their support and be proud of you because you are going under rehab. People who love you will always be proud that you are doing steps in order to improve your state and your life.

Once you are done with inpatient rehab and staying in an SLH, your loved-ones can serve as your motivator for a drug- and alcohol-free life. They can encourage you to try out new activities such as doing sports, going for a road trip, or just learning a foreign language. They can also do an intervention whenever you are relapsing back to your old habits.

Here in Springboard, your loved-ones can be assured that you are being taken care of and being guided towards a fulfilling life without addiction.

Contact Us!

Do you live in Chandler? Or do you have a loved-one living in Chandler? Help them or yourself by contacting us through your phone at (888) 672-2120 or shoot us an email in our main website at www.springboardrecovery.com. Do not be afraid to talk to us. We will always make sure you have all the love and care you need as you go through recovery.

You don’t have to recover alone.