Medical Detox – Medical detox is often a necessary first step to help individuals get physically sober. Drug and alcohol withdrawal can be terribly uncomfortable, dangerous and even life-threatening if not medically supervised. At Immersion’s medical detox center, clients are given medications to help ease the pain of withdrawal, make detox safe and stabilize the mind and body. Then, our clients work with an experienced case manager to help them plan their next steps and transition to the next chapter of their recovery journey.
Residential Inpatient – It is important to note that if a substance abuse disorder has become severe, taking a break from college to enter into a residential inpatient treatment program is a good investment. Most academic advisors are lenient when it comes to taking a break and tending to mental health. If addiction isn’t thoroughly handled early on, it is only going to continue to worsen over time, crating progressively worse issues. Seeking professional treatment helps pave the way for a bright and prosperous future. The time lost by going to treatment will greatly pay off in the big picture.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP) – In partial hospitalization, clients undergo intensive therapeutic care 5-6 days a week and receive medication assisted treatment. However, they are able to return home or to a sober living environment every evening and on days off. This setup allows an individual to slowly learn to manage free time while fully supported by a team of professional clinicians and peers in recovery.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) – While in our intensive outpatient program, clients meet with a therapist weekly and with their IOP group approximately 3-5 days a week for several hours at a time. We have daytime and evening tracks to accomodate different school or work schedules. Our IOP groups are generally demographic specific. This flexible option allows individuals to attend work or school, tend to their day-to-day responsibilities and attend treatment.