Crossing Recovery Center facilitates recovery from addiction. We help people regain control of their lives.
Our inpatient treatment facility consists of both men's and women’s units. Each room has its own bathroom, shower, and TV. The length of inpatient treatment is typically 21-28 days. During that time, you will attend meaningful and thought-provoking treatment groups, participate in individual counseling, engage in health and wellness activities, and learn the skills you will need to maintain sobriety. Our inpatient facility is staffed by qualified counselors and behavioral health specialists who will provide you with the encouragement and support you need to continue working through the highs and lows of early recovery. Learn more about the Core Groups offered in our inpatient treatment program.
Why Inpatient Treatment?
Many patients continue to struggle with difficult medical and psychological issues after the withdrawal process is complete. Our inpatient rehabilitation program allows us to monitor your condition to reduce ongoing problems. If you are feeling distraught or anxious, a member of our behavioral team will be on hand to work through your emotions. If you are continuing to experience cravings or withdrawal symptoms, our physician may provide you with medications to help you better tolerate your discomfort.
Studies on recovery from addiction show that patients who are admitted to an inpatient program but refuse to undergo any further treatment, are likely to use again. True rehabilitation requires careful, long-term treatment, and that is what Crossing Recovery Services can provide. In a comfortable and relaxing setting, you will receive physical and emotional support from our team and from fellow members of the Crossing Recovery community.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Goals:
• Develop methods of coping to continue to maintain abstinence and improve mental and physical health.
• Teach relapse prevention strategies and skills to decrease and/or eliminate the cycle of withdrawal and inpatient rehabilitation.
• Provide patients with methods of coping strategies and skills to deal with unresolved grief, depression and anger issues that may contribute to relapse.
• Assist patients in developing ongoing goals toward work and/or education to lead an independent and productive life in recovery.