Personalized Substance Abuse Treatment

Substance abuse & addiction rehab guides

At Riverwalk Ranch, we understand that one treatment won’t work for everyone. Learn more about our specialized treatment programs to see how we can help suit your needs.
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Everyone is different

Everyone’s struggle with substance abuse and addiction is different. Our effective rehabilitation programs are designed to address the unique circumstances and individual factors that bring our clients to treatment. Whether you’ve been struggling with co-occurring mental health disorders, a history of trauma, or you struggle with other addictions, we put you on the path to recovery by treating all factors related to your overall health and wellness.

Addiction treatment programs at Riverwalk can be customized for people from all walks of life – from young adults to professional athletes to couples. We’ve found that this person-centered approach is the only way for clients to get the most out of rehab, helping them to become the most optimized version of themselves without the influence of drugs and alcohol.

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Rehab for executive professionals

Addiction doesn’t discriminate between careers or socioeconomic statuses. The high-stress of an executive professional can lead to an unhealthy relationship with drugs or alcohol. During midlife, other major changes such as divorce, mental health issues, and parenthood can also pose unique challenges, particularly for adults who have a high level of professional responsibility.

Working executive professionals suffering from substance abuse and addiction can benefit from our specialized treatment program. This program is designed to provide supportive treatment along with flexibility to align with the rigorous work schedule of an executive professional. While emphasizing recovery and holistic wellbeing, executive professionals can take advantage of a rehab program without having to neglect their business or clients.

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Rehab for couples

Substance abuse in relationships can lead to a cycle of toxic addiction and enabling. Whether substance abuse formed the basis of the attraction or addiction began over the course of the relationship, mutual addiction can be detrimental to domestic bliss. These relationships can show patterns of codependency, trauma, and enabling of problematic behavior.

On the other hand, there’s no better sober sponsor than a supportive partner who knows what addiction is like. Couples rehab at Riverwalk Ranch is designed to treat both the individuals and the relationship to help improve communication, reduce toxic behaviors, and empower both partners to motivate each other to achieve long-lasting recovery.

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Rehab for men

Men tend to have higher rates of substance abuse and dependence and face unique social, emotional, and psychological challenges. The social pressures that men face regarding masculinity, emotional control, and sexuality may be obstacles to sobriety. Men may also require anger management along with substance abuse treatment. 

Substance abuse treatment for men incorporates all these factors, allowing individuals to learn to overcome these issues on their journey to a healthier life. Therapy can teach men healthier ways of thinking and behaving, allowing them to better manage powerful emotions and stressors.

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Rehab for women

Women who struggle with addiction are more likely to suffer from co-occurring mental health disorders like anxiety or depression. Addiction in women is also linked to trauma, including domestic abuse or sexual violence. The inability to cope with these concurrent problems can exacerbate substance abuse.

Addiction treatment for women helps women recover from their substance abuse while also addressing these complex underlying issues which may underpin maladaptive substance use. Our program for women seeks to empower women and give them a voice in a safe environment that is designed to support and uplift them.

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Rehab for athletes

Collegiate and professional athletes are under an immense amount of physical and social pressure to compete at a high-level. Athletes may become addicted to alcohol and other substances as a way to cope with the pressure of athletics or while taking prescription medications for injuries. 

Rehab for athletes at Riverwalk Ranch can help athletes struggling with substance abuse while addressing the unique challenges and stressors brought on by a life in competitive sports. Our program can nurture an athlete’s physical wellbeing while helping them cope with the pressure of competing.

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Rehab for young adults and teens

Teenagers and young adults in the United States make up one of the most vulnerable groups when it comes to substance abuse. The stress of performing in school, peer pressure, bullying, sexual changes, and trauma are some of the unique issues that may be addressed in rehab for young adults and teens. 

Addressing problematic substance issues as early as possible is essential in preventing severe addiction. By helping teens and young adults cope with complex emotions like shame and guilt and the stressors of entering adulthood, we teach resilience and self-worth. These tools can insulate them from addiction later in life.

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Treatment types

There are several different types of treatment for people suffering from addiction. These treatments correspond to the severity of the substance abuse, ranging from the lowest to highest level of care required. Understanding these treatment options can help you make a more informed decision about the addiction treatment that is best for you.

Medical Detox

Individuals who are actively using drugs and alcohol typically require medical detox as a first step in the recovery process. Medical detox allows individuals to eliminate substances from their system under careful medical supervision. Since withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable and even dangerous, doctors can help alleviate these symptoms in a safe and comfortable way. 

Medical detox alone is insufficient treatment for substance abuse, but substance abuse treatment cannot proceed without detox. By first clearing the substances from the body, detox allows people to begin to focus on the issues that underlie their addiction. This stage of recovery precedes comprehensive treatment that involves personalized therapy and relapse prevention strategies.

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Residential Inpatient

Addiction may be motivated in part by life stressors or a triggering home environment where recovery is difficult. Residential inpatient programs eliminate these potential triggers, allowing for an immersive experience in a structured and supportive setting. This kind of treatment typically follows medical detox, if necessary.  

Residential inpatient treatment typically takes place in a hospital or residential treatment center. These programs are intensive and full-time, providing a comfortable and stable environment where individuals can focus on their sobriety while undergoing extensive therapeutic and/or drug treatment. This kind of program may be beneficial for those with co-occurring mental health issues that can be treated jointly with substance abuse.

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Partial Hospitalization

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) provide a high level of care similar to that of residential treatment. The main difference is that individuals can go home or to a sober living facility to sleep at night. Those who are stable enough to live at home without relapsing may benefit from this kind of treatment since it allows for more flexibility.

During treatment, individuals in PHPs engage in up to 6 hours per day of individual therapy, group therapy, psychoeducation, family therapy, and other services like life skills training. PHP programs are a step down from inpatient treatment programs and can be completed in sequence.

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Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are a further step down from partial hospitalization programs. An IOP still provides a routine of intensive addiction treatment but allows individuals the most freedom. These programs typically provide at least nine hours of treatment per week, allowing individuals to stay in school or work full time while undergoing treatment.

This kind of program is ideal for those who already have a supportive network at home that will encourage their sobriety. It is also a useful program for those who want continuing treatment after completion of an intensive addiction treatment program. This allows for ongoing engagement in the recovery process to support long-term sobriety.

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What to expect

The first step in your healthy and addiction-free life is entering treatment. Understanding the process of beginning rehab and the day-to-day experience in treatment can help put you at ease. Residential rehab is designed to provide a comfortable and safe space where you can tackle the challenges of addiction and other mental health issues with the support of addiction professionals, doctors, and other individuals in recovery.