At Benchmark Transitions, we provide round-the-clock medical supervision and ongoing support to our clients who opt for residential treatment. Our objective is to evaluate the level of care necessary for each individual, whether it is detox, residential, or an intensive outpatient program, and design a comprehensive treatment approach tailored to meet their specific requirements.
Our goal is to help each person achieve stability in their daily living so that they can progress towards recovery. We strive to empower our clients by helping them build the necessary skills to maintain sobriety and manage their emotions, relationships, and behaviors for lasting success.
Residential treatment is an inpatient rehab program designed to treat substance use disorder at different levels. While at a residential facility, clients are closely monitored as they undergo psychotherapy, evidence-based treatments, and holistic treatment options. The program may also include dual diagnosis treatment to address co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues, as well as medication-assisted treatment for those in the early stages of recovery.
Residential addiction treatment is highly recommended for individuals who are new to drug rehab, those with severe addictions or a history of frequent relapses. It is also the best option for people who have co-occurring mental health disorders alongside their addiction.
During inpatient drug rehab, individuals undergo a comprehensive and organized treatment program that focuses on developing coping mechanisms, addressing underlying issues, and providing resources for sustained recovery. Licensed professionals and medical care are accessible at all times throughout the program.
When it comes to addiction treatment, both inpatient and outpatient rehab offer similar programs and therapies. Despite this, it’s important to consider various factors when deciding which one to choose. In most cases, attending both types of treatment is highly recommended.
Going to a different place for treatment helps people concentrate fully on their recovery. This way, they can avoid all the things that might trigger their addiction, whether they are familiar or unfamiliar. They can also avoid the stress from work, school, and family. By having a drug- and alcohol-free body, they can truly start the recovery process.
Staying enrolled in a residential treatment program for addiction can have long-lasting benefits. The longer the duration of addiction treatment, the greater the likelihood of achieving lasting sobriety. While relapse remains a possibility, remaining in treatment minimizes the likelihood of reverting to previous behavior patterns.
Benchmark Transitions works with all major insurance companies and is pleased to be an In Network provider with Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross (accepting most BCBS Blue Card plans), First Health, Kaiser Permanente of Southern California, MHN, TriCare West and Quantum Health.