What’s residential rehab?

Residential rehab is a rehab programme that takes place at a facility that you would move into for a short amount of time. Rather than going to daily treatments and then returning home, you would live at the rehab centre for the duration of your treatment. A typical residential rehab programme lasts 30 days.

The rehab centre provides everything you need, including accommodations and meals. You may have a private or shared room, depending on the facility you choose. You would also receive all of your treatments at the facility. This includes detox, behavioural therapies, group therapies, and counselling. Everything you did would be supervised by trained medical professionals.


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