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Some people are able to break the chains of addiction at home, with the support of family and friends. Others need a little more help from professionals who specialize in addiction recovery.

If you or your loved one fall into the second category, then Faith Recovery Center in Beverley Hills, California might be the place you need to be.

Our team has been helping people from all walks of life, from every part of the United States to find lasting, healthy freedom from addiction and substance abuse for many years.

No matter what your situation is right now, there is always light at the end of the tunnel, and we are here, waiting to help you find it.

Faith Recovery Provides Individual Residential Treatment in Beverly Hills, CA

Beating addiction can be hard. It’s not something that most people can do on their own.

Some people find that they can break the pattern of substance abuse with the help of family and friends. Others find that outpatient or 12 step programs can help them to make the change they need.

However, there are some people who need some extra help and support to get through the process of addiction recovery.

Residential addiction therapy and substance abuse treatment means there’s always a professional on hand when you need them. Whether it’s a physical symptom related to detoxing or the mental support you need to work through difficult thoughts and feelings, you will find them here.

Faith Recovery in Beverley Hills is comfortable and well appointed. It’s located in a quiet, peaceful corner with wonderful gardens and city views. Which means it’s the perfect place to take the time you need away from everyday life.

So, if you or your loved one need a little more help, support and time away from your day to day, you can find it all right here.

Recovery from addiction is possible, and there is life after substance abuse. Never be afraid to admit that you need the extra support a residential addiction therapy program offers.

What is Residential Treatment?

Sometimes, when you or someone you love are struggling to beat addiction or substance abuse problems, you reach a point of acute crisis.

This is a short term situation, but it’s one that cannot be managed successfully in your own home.

In cases like this, Faith Recovery in Beverley Hills, California welcomes patients for a shorter inpatient stay. We help them to work through the rough patch in their recovery and give them the tools they need to stay the course.

Residential treatment is not usually a long stay, but often, it makes all the difference for our patients and their families. In many cases, the hardest parts of substance abuse recovery are shorter and more intense and having the right kind of support when they happen helps our patients to stay the course.

Healing from addiction is rarely a smooth path – or a straight one. However, if you get the right kind of help when you need it, it’s a lot easier to stay on track for a long, healthy, lasting recovery.

What is Residential Treatment?

While some people find that a shorter inpatient stay at Faith Recovery Beverly Hills can help them through acute stages of addiction recovery, there are some people who need a little more help.

Sometimes, it’s because our patients need to get away from bad influences in their lives for a little longer. Sometimes, it’s because they don’t have a safe place to stay where they are supported as they need to be.

Whatever the reason, a longer residential stay at Faith Recovery Beverly Hills might be what you or your loved one need to make the change you need to make.

Residential addiction treatment gives patients the space and peace they need in our beautiful and well-appointed facility.

We have all the physical, mental and emotional support and amenities they need to find their way back to the person they were before addiction changed their lives.

So, no matter what kind of support you or your loved one need, and no matter how long you need it for, a residential program at Faith Recovery Beverly Hills will give you the safe place you need to heal and start building a healthy, happy, sober life.

Inpatient and Residential Treatment Difference

In some ways, inpatient and residential treatment are similar. Most notably because in both cases, patients spend time at our facility, getting treatment and care from our team of addiction treatment professionals.

However, inpatient treatment is generally a much shorter stay, and is usually used when patients are in crisis or have an acute addiction related episode to deal with.

Inpatient treatment is more focused on treating the physical and mental aspects of these crises and can be a more clinical experience. That’s not to say that our team is any less caring or supportive. It just means that we are focused on active, intense treatment of the problem that brought the patient to us.

Residential treatment for addiction and substance abuse is often a lot longer and can even be an open ended process.

Patients who stay with us for residential treatment usually progress from their initial detox and intensive treatment to a more relaxed, casual experience that might include a variety of complementary therapies.

During residential treatment, patients will often move out of active addiction, and spend a lot more time developing long term coping and recovery strategies. Which means that when they are ready to go back out into the world, they have more tools at their disposal.

Both inpatient and residential treatment programs are very important in the addiction recovery process, and if you are not sure which one is right for you or your loved on, our team can help. Talk to us about your needs and situation and let us match you with the right kind of substance abuse program.

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