Difference Between Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Alcohol Addiction Rehab

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Alcoholic treatment that focuses on treating the person as a whole is a great way to help a person who is struggling with their addiction. There are many great treatment options out there. One of the first questions many people ask is whether or not they should go to inpatient or outpatient treatment.

The main difference is that if a person is in inpatient treatment, they are living at the facility for anywhere from 30 days to a year depending on the particular facility.

Inpatient treatment is much more intense and will focus on healing the person as a whole.

In outpatient treatment, the patient will go to the treatment facility anywhere from one day per week upwards to all 7 days depending on the treatment protocol that is decided upon between the patient and the counselors.

difference between inpatient vs. outpatient alcohol addiction rehab

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