What is a 30-Day Rehab Program?

30-Day rehab transcends what the name entails. There are many different types of substance abuse rehab, that make use of 30-day program models, including:

Initially, it may not sound like a lot, or even a long time, but a lot can happen in a month. After all, the common saying is that it takes 30 days to form a new habit right? Well, 30-day rehab programs try to use this saying as a guideline, working with clients intensively, to help them reach their goals of sobriety, and living a happy and healthy life, outside of substance use disorders.

How Do I Pick a Rehab?

Picking the right 30-day rehabilitation program for you can be a difficult, and sometimes stress inducing process. It is not easy to pick a recovery program, and you should make sure to do your research before you enroll with a facility. 30-day rehabilitation programs – both inpatient and outpatient – can help you remain abstinent from substance abuse. These programs work to teach you new methods of coping with stress and cravings, help you build valuable life and work skills, give you a support system, and introduce you to new therapies and treatment opportunities. But, not all 30-day rehabs are created equal, and you want to make sure that the program you choose will be able to meet all of your needs. So, how do you actually pick a program?

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  • Do your research in advance.
  • Plan ahead, this way you aren’t stuck after detox with nowhere to go.
  • Do not associate quality care with expensive, luxurious treatment facilities.
  • Consider the location – remember, it may sound like a good idea to undergo treatment close to home, but oftentimes it is better to go farther away, and have a real fresh start.
  • Make sure the facility offers the medications, or medication assisted treatments that you will need.
  • Do your research on the staff, what are their qualifications? What is the staff to client ratio?
  • What is the facilities emergency protocol?
  • Make sure to check if the facility accepts your insurance.
  • Inquire about what types of treatment options the facility offers.
  • Consider whether or not an 30-day outpatient program, or inpatient program, will work best for you, and your needs.

Picking a 30-day rehab can be scary, but remember, at the end of the day, all the program needs to do is support you, and your efforts to remain abstinent from drug or alcohol use, and make you as comfortable as possible. Recovery will be uncomfortable, but it does not mean that your treatment program experience must also be unpleasant. Pick a facility you think you will not only like, be supported by, and learn from, but also be challenged by. Yes, your overall recovery is in your hands, but you want to be surrounded by people that not only want the best for you, but will help keep you accountable to your goals. You can always choose to try a different program afterwards, if the one you are enrolled in currently does not suit you. Typically, 30-day rehab is followed by either a longer term treatment program, or another 30-day treatment regimen, to ensure continued care.

What is a 30-Day Rehab Program?

There are many different types of rehab, and rehabilitation programs. A 30-day rehab program can either be conducted in an inpatient substance abuse facility, or in an outpatient treatment program. Typically, a 30-day rehab program is exactly what it sounds like, a treatment program, developed for individuals suffering from substance use disorders, to enroll and participate in for 30 days at a rehab facility. Normally, 30-day programs are done in two parts. The first part would be the 30-day inpatient program being completed, and the second being a 30-day outpatient program follow up. Of course, everyone who undergoes treatment has different preferences and outcomes, no one’s treatment ever looks exactly the same to someone else’s, but generally a 30-day treatment program is conducted in an inpatient facility for substance abuse. These programs make use of many different types of therapies, including:

  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Individual counselling
  • Group counselling
  • Support groups
  • Skill building
  • Relapse prevention training and coaching

The goal of a 30-day program is to help you remain sober, and build your sobriety tool kit up so that you can successfully remain abstinent from drug or alcohol use long-term. These programs work with you to not only heal inwardly, mentally, and emotionally, but socially, physically, and societaly as well. Inpatient residential rehab requires you to stay on facility grounds 24/7 during treatment, and introduces you to individuals like yourself, working towards the same goals. It helps you build new, healthier relationships with these individuals so that you not only gain support from them, but are also able to provide them with your own support.

Why Choose a 30-Day Rehab Program?

If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use or mental health disorder, a 30-day recovery program may be your best starting option for recovery. Oftentimes, individuals who suffer from mental health and substance abuse issues will be admitted into the hospital for one reason or another, whether that be from posing a threat to themselves, others, or experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms that warrant medical supervision. Once they have been admitted, and the true cause of their condition is discovered, they may be kept to undergo a medically-assisted withdrawal program that will wean them, as gently as possible, off of their substance of choice.

But, undergoing medical detox and withdrawal is often not enough, and the individual will likely return to their old abuse patterns, if they do not receive further treatment. 30-day treatment programs are great for individuals struggling with addiction. They are just long enough to help set abstinence into a life-style habit, while also short enough as to not scare away individuals who are scared of the time commitment. Most often 30-day programs are completed in inpatient facilities, where 24/7 supervision, care, and intensive therapy are available. Contact with the outside world is largely limited for this time period, as the program seeks to help individuals reset their minds, bodies, and heal holistically, without distraction.

Oftentimes 30-day inpatient programs can be followed up by other, longer treatment programs, but generally are a good starting point to get individuals started on their journey towards recovery, with a solid foundation. If you or your loved one is struggling with addiction, and want to take your first step towards recovery, but are unsure if a 30-day program is right for you, call us today to inquire about our treatment program.

How Much Does a 30-Day Program Cost?

On average, 30-day drug rehabilitation programs often cost less than their 90-day counterparts. Yet, there is no general price for treatment to list. Why? Because every facility and program is different. They may offer different, more unconventional therapies, have costlier expenses due to state location, and more. But, the cost of a program does not depend on just the facility itself, it also depends on you, and your individual needs. Your treatment may cost more if you need very specific medications, especially medical supervision, are in need of dual diagnosis treatment, etc. Generally, 30-day programs do their best to accept most insurance, offer payment programs, and offer low costs for treatment. But, the best way to determine how much a specific program will