Inpatient Rehab, Addiction Treatment Services, Withdrawal Symptoms, Dual Diagnoses & Levels of Care
- 1 Inpatient Rehab, Addiction Treatment Services, Withdrawal Symptoms, Dual Diagnoses & Levels of Care
- 2 What is Inpatient Rehab?
- 3 Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms
- 4 Inpatient Rehab & Drug Detox Process
- 5 Dual Diagnosis at We Level Up NJ Inpatient Rehab
- 6 Levels of Care
What is Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab for adults is a level of care that provides 24-hour nursing care with a physician’s availability. Patients in this level of care require medication and have a recent history of withdrawal management at a less intensive level of care; marked by past and current inability to complete withdrawal management and enter into continuing addiction treatment. This is the appropriate setting for patients with subacute biomedical and emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems that are so severe. 
Firstly, we believe that you should be treated with dignity and respect. And then, we want to provide a comprehensive inpatient treatment program that encompasses all aspects of recovery. Here at We Level Up NJ, our program is individualized, integrated, and specialized to meet the needs of our guests. Particularly, our treatment addresses the needs of those who are experiencing co-morbid mental health issues.
Above all, we aim to help you recognize and understand the harmful consequences of maladaptive behaviors related to psychiatric disorders and, chemical dependence.
Co-Morbid Conditions Dual Diagnoses and Treatment
The high rate of comorbidity between substance use disorders and other mental illnesses calls for a comprehensive approach that identifies and evaluates both. In fact, anyone seeking help for either substance abuse or another mental disorder should be considered for both and treated accordingly. 
Several behavioral therapies have shown promise for treating co-morbid conditions because the approach is holistic. These approaches can be tailored to patients according to age, the specific drug misused, and other factors. Therapies can be used alone or in combination with medications. Some effective behavioral therapies for treating co-morbid conditions include:
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This type of therapy helps to change harmful beliefs and behaviors.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): A therapy designed specifically to reduce self-harm behaviors. Self- harm such as suicide attempts, thoughts, urges, cutting, and drug use.
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT): This type of treatment emphasizes outreach to the community and an individualized approach to treatment.
- Therapeutic Communities (TC): TCs are a common form of long-term residential treatment that focuses on the “resocialization” of the person.
- Contingency Management (CM): This type of approach gives vouchers or rewards to people who practice healthy behaviors.
Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms
We Level Up NJ medical experts will monitor and help you ease the symptoms of withdrawal during detox inpatient treatment. Symptoms include insomnia, irritability, changing moods, depression, anxiety, aches and pains, cravings, fatigue, hallucinations, and nausea. In addition, the person may be hot and cold, have goosebumps, or have a runny nose as if they have a cold.
Severe withdrawal symptoms, especially for drugs and alcohol, can include paranoia, confusion, tremors, and disorientation. 
Inpatient Rehab & Drug Detox Process
As our name suggests, at We Level Up NJ, we take a holistic approach to recovery. This means providing a comprehensive experience that addresses all aspects of an individual’s health & wellness: physical, mental, and emotional. Our compassionate team is present to address medical needs, mental health, comfort, and uncertainty throughout the detox process and beyond. Moreover, we provide proactive guidance to help clients stay focused on their sobriety goals. When necessary, we can provide over-the-counter medications, in addition to short-term use of prescriptions like Suboxone, Methadone, Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and Disulfiram. This is to mitigate the more severe side effects, symptoms, and cravings that accompany detox. In conclusion, this is an essential aspect of helping some clients in relapse prevention.
For three to four weeks following detox, patients reside in an inpatient care facility with limited access to the outside world. During this time, patients work with counselors and other addiction professionals in individual and group settings to facilitate healing, productive coping mechanisms, and a healthy attitude toward sobriety.
Dual Diagnosis at We Level Up NJ Inpatient Rehab
Creating a treatment plan that addresses the physical aspects of withdrawal, the psychological connection with drug use, and managing underlying mental health disorders is part of setting clients up for success. Provided that, a thorough mental health analysis identifies opportunities for treatment. Meeting with mental health counselors and medical care providers means access to behavioral therapy and medication treatment. Proper treatment leads to change for better, healthier living. This is all possible at our dual diagnosis treatment centers.
At our dual diagnosis treatment center, We Level Up NJ can provide the highest quality of care in a safe and tranquil environment. We recognize the delicate intricacies of how mental and substance abuse disorders can influence the other and sometimes result in a vicious cycle of addiction. So, we offer specialized treatment in dual diagnosis cases to provide the most excellent chance of true healing and long-lasting recovery.
The inpatient treatment process identifies dual diagnosis cases. Then, the next step is an intensive outpatient drug treatment program that provides drug addiction therapy by meeting at the site several times a week for intensive treatment to help you deal with what occurs in daily life. Finally, a standard outpatient therapy program provides continued support because this is necessary to maintain a sober condition.
Levels of Care & Treatment Programs for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Addiction treatment is not a one-size-fits-all experience. Given that, our thorough approach to rehabilitation supports several recovery therapies at We Level Up NJ. This is to ensure the best possible outcome for every patient who enters our doors. From an intensive and more supportive atmosphere for those in the early days of recovery to medication assistance for those who need it, we are here to help you find the right path to sobriety.
Levels of Care
- Drug & Alcohol Detox
- Drug & Alcohol Inpatient residential rehabilitation
- Dual-Diagnosis Integrated Mental Health Therapy
- PHP, Outpatient / IOP, Tele-Medicine programs
- Free for clients – Alumni and Family Programs
Programs, services, and treatments vary. We Level Up New Jersey rehab center offers inpatient substance abuse treatment coupled with co-occurring dual-diagnosis programs. We treat the entirety of addiction and behavioral health disorders including their secondary corresponding illnesses to improve long-term recovery outcomes. Get a free health assessment and find out what treatment options are most suitable for you.
If you are looking to take the first step toward sobriety, We Level Up NJ is here for you. Don’t hesitate to contact us today to learn more about our residential drug and alcohol rehab programs and what our dedicated team of addiction inpatient rehab professionals can do to support you.
 Levels of Care – American Society of Addiction Medicine
 Substance Use Disorders & Mental Illnesses – National Institute On Drug Abuse
 Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms – https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/addiction-withdrawal-symptoms