In patient rehab is usually the most effective way to begin treatment for alcohol or drug addiction. Also known as residential rehab, this level of care provides structure, support, safety and around-the-clock supervision. The longer that a person receives inpatient treatment, the more likely he or she is to avoid relapse.
What happens during inpatient rehab
- It begins with medical detox, during the detox clients are helped overcome withdrawal in a comfortable and safe environment, Detox isn’t easy but the SCOoA trained staff can provide some medication and services to make the process bearable.
- After the detox, clients transition to therapy. They’ll attend individual counselling sessions and daily group therapy sessions.
- The treatment plan includes educational sessions, exercise, holistic treatments and support group facilitation. Combined these services help individuals learn to live without alcohol or other drugs.
- The treatment plan includes breaks and recreational time. We also allow friends and family to visit when it’s appropriate.
SIMPLY CONNECT OUT OF AFRICA INPATIENT DAILY SCHEDULE
|8:00am||Morning meditation and chores|
|2:00pm||Mondays & Tuesdays: Expressive therapy sessions|
Art, Drama & Music therapy – unlike traditional arts expression the process of creation is emphasized rather than the final product
Wednesdays & Fridays: Individual Behavioral Therapy
1-on-1 therapy sessions provide a safe environment for clients to feel free to open up and share their fears and concerns, allowing the therapist to provide tools & alternative Behavioral responses to these issues. We also offer self-reliance programs on Wednesdays that include dinner preparation guided by the chef.
Thursdays & Saturdays: Experiential therapy
Clients have experiential outings within Naivasha Community to foster appropriate social behaviours to enhance mindfulness and introduce them to a new way of having fun while maintaining a sober.
|4:00pm||Free & Recreational time|
|7:00pm||AA or NA meeting|
|10:30pm||End of Day|
Who needs inpatient Rehab?
- People who have struggled to quit using Alcohol or other drugs on their own and people who have relapsed in the past.
- Those who live in high-risk environments.
Preparing for inpatient Rehab.
- Accept that what happens in Rehab is challenging but necessary.
- Learn about your treatment facility and make sure it’s the right one for you.
- Bring comfortable items.
- Mentally prepare for withdrawal symptoms.
- Be open to talking about your emotions & experience
- Think about long-term goals.
Inpatient rehab duration : 90Days