Inpatient Rehab in Kansas City, MO
Kansas City inpatient rehab can help you develop a strong foundation in recovery, away from the stressors and triggers that exist in daily life at home.
What Is Inpatient Rehab?
An inpatient rehab program involves patients living on site at a facility while undergoing treatment. They receive all meals there and stay overnight rather than return home at the end of the day. Inpatient programs typically offer a range of treatment services, including individual and group therapy, medication management, support groups and recreational therapies like yoga.
Is inpatient rehab right for me?
When exploring treatment options, it’s important to select a program that fits your needs. Inpatient rehab may be a good fit for you if:
What To Expect In Our Inpatient Rehab Program
At our Kansas City inpatient rehab center, you’ll benefit from a safe, substance-free environment. You’ll participate in services designed to help you overcome substance abuse, including individual and group therapy, support groups and 24/7 medical monitoring.
If appropriate, you may participate in medication-assisted treatment as well as treatment for withdrawal symptoms to keep you safe and comfortable.
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The Recovery Village Kansas City inpatient rehab center offers a comfortable, home-like environment so you can focus on your recovery. You’ll also have opportunities for recreation on site with a full suite of amenities.
Speak with Admissions
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction or you’ve tried to stop using drugs and alcohol on your own and couldn’t, reach out to an intake coordinator today. With our help, you can take the first step toward a drug and alcohol-free life.
Why Stay With Us
The Recovery Village offers Kansas City a full continuum of services, including medical detox, inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization programming, and intensive outpatient care. Our numerous specialized treatments allow us to tailor your treatment plan to your unique needs. All of our services are delivered by expert, licensed staff and overseen by our medical director.
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Using Insurance for Inpatient Rehab
We understand that cost is a major factor when you’re selecting an inpatient rehab center. Fortunately, insurance plans often cover some or all of the costs of addiction treatment. Visit our insurance page to verify your benefits; we’re in-network with many major health insurance providers.
FAQs About Inpatient Rehab
How long is inpatient rehab?
The length of time you need to spend in an inpatient rehab program will depend upon your specific needs. In many cases, patients complete their full residential stay in 45–60 days.
Will I be forced to stay in inpatient rehab?
Spending an adequate length of time in treatment is essential for promoting lasting recovery, so we strongly encourage you to stay in your program until it is complete. However, you can leave the facility if you choose, even if it is against medical advice, if you are not a danger to yourself or others. If you’re court-ordered to participate in treatment, there may be related consequences.
Does inpatient rehab work?
Inpatient rehab has helped many people begin their recovery journey. While there is no “cure” for addiction, inpatient programs can help people reduce the negative impact of drugs on their lives, improve their overall health and more. Research has shown that inpatient treatment is effective for increasing readiness to change, hope and family functioning and decreasing drug cravings.
How can I pay for inpatient rehab?
Many inpatient rehab programs, including The Recovery Village Kansas City, accept health insurance. Your plan may cover some or all of the costs of inpatient rehab. If you do not have insurance coverage, private pay options may be available.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
You could lose your job if you have violated workplace policies related to drug and alcohol misuse, but the law offers protection if you take time off from work for rehab. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows you to take time off from work, and keep your job, if you seek addiction treatment from a healthcare provider.
Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?
Addiction can interfere with your ability to care for your children. While there is no guarantee regarding child custody, in most cases, you are less likely to lose custody of your children if you seek treatment for addiction and successfully recover. Many parents work out arrangements in which a relative cares for their children while they are in rehab.
Explore Other Levels of Care
The Recovery Village Kansas City offers a full continuum of care for continued success after medical detox. From inpatient or residential treatment to intensive outpatient rehab, we help you find the appropriate level of care to meet your individual needs.