Residential Treatment Programs

Serenity Treatment Center of Louisiana

Residential Treatment Programs

Dealing with an addiction can be a tough process, which is why most people seek quality residential treatment programs. The most common intensive rehab program is a residential treatment program. By living in a residential situation, you have greater access to a wide range of therapeutic options.

If you are struggling with addiction and want to make a change, then consider checking into our residential treatment programs here at the Serenity Treatment Center. We are proud of our program’s results and want to help you or your loved one too.

At the Serenity Treatment Center, we have everything that you need to start a full, life-long recovery from addiction.

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A residential treatment program is an addiction recovery program designed to help you start your recovery and give you the tools to help you stay sober for the rest of your life.

They are comprehensive treatment programs that combine medical and mental health practices to get you off of your addiction and show you how to stay off of it over the long term.

One of the best ways to know if a treatment program is good or not is to check its accreditations. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is one of the most trusted accreditation organizations for addiction treatment facilities, and our residential treatment program is accredited by CARF.

Every facility’s treatment program is slightly different based on the treatment options that they have available. Our program gives you 30 days of treatment in a facility where you won’t be tempted by the things that trigger your addiction. While you are here, every day is filled with treatment options that address the different parts of your addiction in different ways.

Our residential treatment program includes:

When you start the program, clinicians help you develop a schedule of treatment options so that you get all of the right treatment options. By participating in different treatment options, you are giving yourself the best chance for success. Addictions are multifaceted problems, and it takes a multifaceted solution to make real progress.

Our residential treatment program combines a clinical view of addiction treatment with the 12-Step Program. That way, we can address the parts of your addiction from a medical, mental, and spiritual angle for a more comprehensive approach.

The 12-Step Program is one of the most well-known addiction treatment programs. It has a spiritual component that many organizations appreciate for its ability to build connections with people and help them build a more positive and uplifting attitude toward their lives.

While we encourage participants to embrace the spiritual side of the 12-Steps Program, it is possible to participate without involvement in the spiritual aspect for people who would rather not. We also support 12-Step Program activities with clinical therapy options.

Our treatment staff consists of clinical therapy experts, recovery experts, and administrative staff. Our therapists are all licensed and certified to work with patients in recovery. Many of our non-clinical staff members are in recovery, which is a life-long process, and they are focused on helping others start or maintain their recovery.

Serenity Treatment Center of Louisiana

Contact Our Mid-Town Campus

Making a change in your life begins with getting the treatment that you need. Take the first step toward a better life by contacting Serenity Treatment Center of Louisiana. We have the residential treatment programs that you need to jumpstart your recovery and build a better foundation for the rest of your life. Contact a member of our team by calling us at (225) 361-0899 or filling out our online form. Let us help you get the treatment that you need.

When you are ready to start on the road to healing, the Serenity Treatment Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana will provide you with all the tools you need to live a substance free life. You may contact us at (225) 361-0899 to learn more or to schedule an appointment.

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