Alcohol, drug, and behavioral addictions can cause serious distress in people’s lives and the lives of their family and friends. While addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease, it is also a treatable one. Drug and alcohol treatment plays a crucial role in addiction recovery, and inpatient and residential treatment centers are a popular option for those seeking sobriety after battles with alcoholism and drug addiction. Inpatient programs typically take place in residential treatment centers or hospitals. Most programs are 30, 60, or 90 days in length, but may last longer if needed. Many inpatient behavioral treatment centers provide dual diagnosis services, meaning that they can treat mental health issues—anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, etc.—in addition to your substance abuse disorder. Each inpatient treatment program is different in its approach and the services it provides. There are many specialty inpatient programs available that are geared toward certain populations and preferences. Specialty addiction treatment centers are located throughout the Unites States for populations that require specialized treatment services. Substance abuse treatment as a whole has many similarities, but the diversity of patient populations has brought about the addition of many different specialty treatment programs. Substance abuse treatment programs may not be equipped to meet the needs of specialty populations, and specialty care may be required to meet individualized needs. Whether you need to find addiction treatment close to home or want to get clean start in a new environment, we can help call (662) 399-3272.