Indianapolis treatment center

Indianapolis treatment center

If you are struggling with addiction, you might be seeking for guidance on different treatment programs that could help you. At Hickory Recovery Network, we offer inpatient and outpatient treatment programs in Indianapolis for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. While both types of treatment programs focus on your recovery, each has unique benefits. But which program is best for you?

Inpatient Treatment Program 

An inpatient treatment program let’s patients stay in the treatment center to get medical care in a relaxed, supportive, and sober environment. Our drug and alcohol inpatient rehab in Indianapolis is helpful if you are struggling with mental health conditions and substance use disorders. 

However, inpatient care can seem intimidating because you will be staying in the rehab center during your treatment. The length of your treatment will depend on your treatment needs to ensure long-term recovery. At Hickory Recovery Network, we offer the following in our inpatient rehab:

  • Dietary advisement
  • Recreational activities
  • Mental health treatment
  • 24/7 physical and mental health care
  • Zero distractions from the outside world
  • More intense treatment for severe addictions
  • Group, family, and individualized therapy sessions
  • After-rehab planning and preparedness training 

Outpatient Treatment Program

Outpatient care is less intensive than inpatient care. But still, it offers a more flexible schedule for patients who cannot leave their work or familial duties. Instead of staying at our Indianapolis rehab facility for treatment, you will have to devote 10 to 15 hours a week to your treatment. Outpatient treatment programs help you both stay clean and sober from alcohol and drugs and alleviate mental health symptoms so you can begin to thrive again. 

Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program can last months, depending on your condition. You can expect the following in our outpatient rehab center: 

  • Access to support groups
  • Family support sessions
  • Individual & group counseling
  • Day treatment while staying at home 
  • Multiple meetings with a specialist 

Inpatient Vs. Outpatient: Which One Is The Best For You?

Inpatient programs have long been the standard for treating alcohol and drug addictions, but outpatient programs have also recorded some success. Outpatient treatment programs are effective as an inpatient programs. Both outpatient and inpatient treatment models have different advantages to consider. However, recovering addicts must be realistic with their needs and the type of environment they will heal and recover.

Regardless of which type of drug or alcohol addiction treatment is best for you, Hickory Recovery Network can provide you with all the guidance and support you need to be successful. We offer a wide range of outpatient and inpatient treatment programs in Indianapolis for addiction.

Finding The Right Indianapolis Treatment Center 

At Hickory Recovery Network, we provide our patients with a comprehensive addiction assessment and evaluation. We use this data to create a customized addiction treatment plan. This approach enables us to deliver the right level of care to people. Please get in touch with our admissions office at 1-800-604-2117 to learn more about our services and get started.

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Hickory Treatment Centers
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2926 N. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis IN 46208

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