When you stay at Luna Recovery’s residential treatment center, you’re provided a comfortable, consistent level of care. A tight-knit, collaborative team of experienced, compassionate professionals is by your side 24/7. You’ll be a member of a small, like-minded community of individuals who share your goals of addiction recovery.
Other Texas residential treatment centers can’t match this kind of care.
With a maximum of nine clients in residence at any time, Luna Recovery Services provides a unique, close-knit client community that other Texas residential treatment centers can’t match. In this upscale environment, we’re able to build trust and establish a true connection with our clients to achieve realistic goals.
In this close-knit, upscale environment, we’re removing all the distractions of your daily life so you can focus on yourself for a while.
Comprehensive, individualized counseling in a first-class environment.
Our residential rehab program at Luna Recovery Services is designed to be comprehensive, intimate, and highly customized. The amenities offered are designed to support our clients mentally and physically.
What Is Inpatient Drug Rehab?
Long-Term Inpatient Drug Rehab
Long-term residential treatment provides 24-hour daycare, usually in non-hospital settings. The most well-known residential treatment model is the therapeutic community (TC). The length of stay is between 6 and 12 months. TCS concentrates on the “resocialization” of the individual. The program’s whole community including residents and staff an active part in treatment.
Addiction is seen in the framework of the person’s social and psychological inadequacy and treatment focuses on:
- Developing personal accountability,
- Learning responsibility, as well as
- Leading a socially productive life.
Treatment is long-term residential is highly structured and may sometimes be confrontational. Activities are designed to help residents explore any damaging beliefs, self-concepts, and destructive behavior patterns they’re holding on to and help them embrace more agreeable and constructive ways of interacting with others.
Many therapeutic communities offer comprehensive services. This may include employment training and other support services. Research has shown that TCs can be changed to treat people with special needs including:
- Homeless people
- Individuals with serious mental disorders
- People in the criminal justice system
Short-Term Inpatient Drug Rehab
Intensive but relatively brief treatment is typically provided in short-term residential treatment. Originally designed to treat alcoholism, these programs began to treat other types of substance use disorders (SUDs) due to the cocaine epidemic of the mid-1980s. The original residential treatment model was a 3 to 6-week hospital-based inpatient treatment followed by extensive outpatient therapy and participation in a self-help group like AA (Alcoholics Anonymous).
After staying in a residential program, it’s important to remain engaged in outpatient treatment or aftercare programs. This helps reduce the risk of relapse once the person leaves the residential environment.
10 Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab in Texas
1. You have time to focus on yourself
Checking in to a residential program gives you time to disconnect from all your other obligations and focus only on yourself. This opportunity is a great benefit for you to work on what has gone wrong in your life. Having this time to focus on your addiction and life will help you become fully equipped to handle problems. Our residential rehab program at Luna Recovery Services is designed to be comprehensive, intimate, and highly customized. The amenities offered are designed to support our clients mentally and physically.
2. It provides time away from negative influences
Getting away from people who are using drugs or drinking is a crucial part of addiction recovery and it can be really hard to do in the early stages of sobriety. This is your chance to get away from negative influences and the time to work on the skills that you’ll need to stay away from them after treatment.
3. You’ll have a safe place to detox
Withdrawal can be a very difficult process to go through. Having the opportunity to detox in a safe environment with a trained professional medical staff increases your chance of successfully quitting. However, it’s important to remember that detoxing is only the first step toward your life in recovery. Don’t treat it as the only one. Without doing the work necessary to stay sober after detoxing, the chances for continued success aren’t as good.
4. You will be with other people who understand what you’re going through
It’s hard to understand drug or alcohol addiction for people who haven’t been through that experience themselves. It’s especially hard for family members who haven’t struggled with addiction to be able to understand what their loved one is going through. Being able to talk to other people who are experiencing the same things can be very helpful.
5. You’ll get help from trained professionals
Most people don’t think twice about getting help for any other type of medical condition. Well, addiction is a serious condition that affects you:
Addiction has an impact on every area of your life. When you consider this, it is clear why you would benefit from having some type of professional help to recover.
6. You will live a structured lifestyle
A residential program helps you build healthy habits and routines that will allow you to make positive lifestyle changes. When a person is caught up in their active addiction, the structure of their life begins to fall apart. Staying busy early on in your recovery process and working on setting up a production schedule is helpful.
7. Support and accountability
Having the support of your peers who are going through a similar process, along with trained professionals, can make a huge difference in your recovery process. Also, staying in a residential setting provides the additional benefit of accountability.
8. Residential treatment provides time to heal for you and your loved ones
Addiction brings pain to the addict and the people close to them. The time spent in treatment provides an opportunity to work on and heal past hurts for all parties involved. Occasionally, the best things you can give someone is a little time and space.
9. You’ll live in a drug and alcohol-free surroundings
The setting for residential treatment removes the constant temptation of going to the liquor store or dropping by your dealer’s place to pick up your drugs. It can be extremely difficult in early recovery to deal with the cravings and it is even harder if the substance is readily available. Being in a supportive and sober environment gives you a much better chance to survive the early days successfully.
10. You’ll have continued support after completing treatment
Good programs provide some type of graduate support after treatment. This may take the form of follow-up meetings or phone calls from staff members. Aftercare such as this provides a lifeline when you’re making your way through the transitional period after residential treatment. When you complete inpatient drug rehab treatment in Texas at Luna Recovery, we make it easy to receive continued support through our Alumni Meetings which are held once a week.
What Else Does Luna Recovery Provide?
As part of our exclusive rehab experience we also provide:
- Housekeeping services
- An outdoor pool
- Chef-prepared meals
- Personalized nutrition plans
- Massage and body treatments
Our Carefully-Curated Program Consists Of:
A 30 to 90-day stay
Additional time in treatment may be recommended and will be determined in partnership between our collaborative treatment team and the client.
Medical and psychiatric care:
Private meetings will be held one to two times per week with our American Board of Addiction Medicine certified physician and our psychiatrist. This ensures specific health needs are addressed and that our clients are comfortable throughout every step of the treatment process.
Biweekly Individual Counseling Sessions:
A whole team has your back while you’re here. A licensed primary therapist will work with you privately, at least twice a week, to define and refine your treatment goals and work through issues as they arise. Your primary therapist will also help you develop a comprehensive discharge plan. It ensures you’re ready to step down from this level of care and can continue to succeed throughout your recovery.Individual drug counseling focuses not only on reducing or stopping illicit drug or alcohol use but as well as the content and structure of the person’s recovery program. It also looks at related areas of unsound behavior such as:
- Employment situation
- Illegal activity
- Family and social relationships
By emphasizing short-term behavioral goals, individual counseling helps the person learn coping tools and strategies to quit drug use and maintain abstinence. The counselor will encourage participation in a 12-step program and make referrals for supplemental medical, psychiatric, employment, and other services as needed.
Residential treatment stresses that you’re not alone on the road to a sober life. Daily therapist-facilitated group therapy with you and your peers will include sharing issues, emotions, and experiences in a safe, healing environment. Many therapy sessions use group therapy to benefit from the social support that is gained by discussions with peers and to help promote a drug-free lifestyle. Research has shown that when group therapy is offered in combination with individual counseling or is set up to reflect the principles of behavioral therapies, positive outcomes are achieved.
Daily Education Sessions:
Alcohol and drug addiction are highly personal. Here at Luna, we believe that the more you know and understand the biological, psychological, and neurological aspects of addiction, the more prepared you will be to fully embrace your recovery.
If you have a diagnosed, co-occurring mental health issue, you’ll receive individualized treatment planning. You and your therapist will co-create your treatment plan. Your short- and long-term goals will address your specific needs. It’s necessary to treat both conditions at the same time to prevent a relapse of either one.
Addiction impacts the entire family. The whole family is impacted by your recovery too. We offer weekly family therapy—a mix of education and group, either in person or virtually. Held every Sunday for our residential treatment clients and their families, family therapy is optional and strongly encouraged. Our experienced professionals help family members and loved ones understand the addiction process as it relates to them. Everyone affected can begin their combined healing process.
How Much Does Residential Treatment Usually Cost?
There isn’t anyone who answers the question of how much money you can expect to pay for residential rehab. The cost of addiction treatment varies depending on:
- Type of program
- Length of treatment
- Location geographically
- Amenities offered
That being said, treatment can be expensive. But it is the best investment you will ever make. It can cost from $2,000 to $25,000 depending on the facility and the treatment. Although the cost of addiction treatment might seem overwhelming, it’s possible to figure out ways to pay for the care you need.
Residential treatment in Texas allows patients to pay for treatment in several ways. Most accept private health insurance and Medicaid. Many facilities have payment assistance available or offer a sliding fee schedule, based on your income. Many places accept Medicare.
Treatment With Insurance
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) ordered that health insurance policies must provide drug and alcohol addiction coverage. And, this even includes:
- Private insurance policies
- State-financed health insurance
- Military insurance
You need to understand your policy because health insurance companies cover rehab costs based on certain guidelines. Many will only cover up to 30 days in residential treatment.
Treatment Without Insurance
Understanding how much rehab costs without insurance may seem surprising at first, however, there are options. Don’t let the price discourage you from looking into treatment. There are several options. Your state or local government may offer free treatment. You may also be able to get free or low-cost support from:
- A 12-step program like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narc-anon
- SMART Recovery organizations
- Faith-based groups
- Secular Organizations for Sobriety
Begin Your Journey to Recovery at LUNA Today
Schedule your free assessment now. For yourself or someone, you care about. You have nothing to lose but the debilitating disease of addiction. Make that first and most difficult step and contact us today. When done intentionally and correctly, residential addiction treatment provides the opportunity to build a solid foundation for a life of recovery.
Dr. Allaire received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Houston, as Valedictorian of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and his Medical Doctorate from Baylor College of Medicine, where he served as Chief Resident. He is the medical monitor for the Physician Counseling Committee of the Harris County Medical Society and the Medical Director of Serenity House Detox. Dr. Allaire specializes in medically assisted detox cases, treating patients in recovery from addiction or other mental health disorders, the medical assessment and monitoring of patients with addictive disorders, medical care related to eating disorders and the medical treatment of patients with mental health conditions.