Inpatient care is typically where patients reside for different lengths of time depending on the set up of the program. On average, most facilities have their inpatient programs set up to support 30 days of care. Some facilities will offer longer stays depending on their program ie - some offer 60 day programs while others offer 90 days of care. Length of approval for programming typically is contingent on severity of addiction, co-occurring mental health conditions, and if there is history of being in care in the past.
Typically, inpatient facilities off offer a host or modalities, including but not limited to: family programs, family counseling, individual counseling, group counseling, medication monitoring, introduction to AA/NA meetings, introduction to working the steps (integration of the Treatment Research Institute (TRI) module system (developed by UPenn)).
Facilities provide unique sets of amenities and accommodations. Some will include shared rooms, cafeteria meals, recreational activities. Other higher echelon facilities will offer private suites, gourmet meals, and more specialized amenities.