Inpatient: detox and residential

Detoxification & residential care for addiction

The first step toward recovery from your drug or alcohol addiction is to make the choice to ask for help. It’s a brave decision, and it’s the right one. At Linden Oaks Behavioral Health, we’re here to help you get better.

Your path to recovery from addiction will take time and it will be difficult. Our evidence-based treatment process gives you the personalized care and support you need, when and how you need it. You’ll have a team of addiction specialists on your side, including fellowship-trained internal medicine doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, nurses and more.

Everyone experiences addiction differently. We’ll work with you to find the type of care you need to get well. Depending on your circumstances, you may need inpatient or residential care as part of your treatment plan.

What is inpatient addiction care?

When you first come to a Linden Oaks facility as a new patient, you’ll complete a comprehensive behavioral health assessment. This includes your medical and psychiatric history, as well as information about your addiction. We’ll use the results from this assessment to build a treatment plan that’s customized for you.

You may need inpatient care as part of your treatment plan. This is the highest level of care we offer at our Linden Oaks treatment facilities. Inpatient addiction care may be the best fit if any of these apply to you:

 

  • Your doctor says you need medical stabilization of your drug or alcohol addiction
  • You need intensive symptom management as part of your addiction treatment
  • Your safety is at risk outside of a structured environment

Detoxification

The first step toward recovery is getting the harmful substances out of your system. This process is called detoxification, or detox.

Part of your addiction may be physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. If you’ve tried to quit drugs or alcohol in the past, you may have experienced withdrawal symptoms. These make it a lot harder to beat addiction alone.

At Linden Oaks, we provide treatment for withdrawal symptoms while you’re going through the detox process. You’ll detox under the care of a psychiatrist and an internal medicine physician, depending on your overall health. Your plan may include medication and various types of support to help you manage the withdrawal-related side effects.

Residential addiction treatment

If you need long-term addiction therapy, residential treatment may be an option. Our Residential Stay Program for addiction treatment requires you to live at our treatment facility for a period of time your doctor recommends, which can vary from a few days to 30 days. 

You’ll benefit from the expertise of our doctors and therapists who specialize in addiction treatment. You’ll also benefit from our strong support system, along with support from other patients who are also learning to live free from addiction.

Linden Oaks’ Residential Stay program for addiction treatment is based on the campus of Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights, Illinois. The program focuses on several key components to help you beat your addiction:

  • Intensive therapy sessions
  • Independent assignments that continue you work in therapy
  • Access to 12-step programs
  • Access to acute care when you need it

Support after addiction treatment

Once you’ve finished your detox or residential stay, you may need follow-up outpatient care that could include partial hospitalization (full-day), intensive outpatient programming (half-day) or individual therapy on a regular basis. 

Learn more about our levels of care.

Your recovery from addiction is a challenge that may last a lifetime, but you’ll never be alone. Through Linden Oaks, you’ll learn new ways to cope with life’s challenges without turning to drugs or alcohol. 

Support groups, in addition to outpatient programs, can be powerful allies during this process. These groups give you a chance to share your stories, learn from others’ stories and find new ways to handle difficult situations.

Some of the support groups we work with include:

We're on your side against addiction

You will not be alone as you recover from addiction. We'll provide the support you need as you begin and continue your journey to an addiction-free life. 

Still have questions about how behavioral health works? Call our Help Line 24/7 at (630) 305-5027