During inpatient rehabilitation, patients live at Wilmington and benefit from 24-hour care in a supportive environment. This program is ideal for those who require a structured, drug-free environment, as well as those who are in need of medical supervision.
For clients who need time in a safe environment to recover
Reside at Wilmington
Programming may be 7 days per week
Inpatient treatment program for addiction and co-occurring disorders
Wilmington’s inpatient program provides care for adults who are struggling with addiction. Treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders is also offered. Some co-occurring mental health disorders may include:
- Anxiety disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Depressive disorders
- Posttraumatic stress disorder
Inpatient addiction treatment therapies
In individual, family, and group therapy sessions, patients can receive the support they need to break free from the influence of substances and symptoms of co-occurring mental health disorders. Medication management services are designed to assist patients who require medications to manage their symptoms.
Patients may also participate in specialized care, including:
- Recreational Therapy: Based on the idea that quality, substance-free recreation can be a powerful aid to a sober lifestyle, the Recreational Therapy Program at Wilmington is designed to build patients’ healthy leisure skills. The program begins with a leisure assessment and consists of multiple weekly recreation times designed to expose patients to the joy and pleasure of drug-free recreational activities.
A typical day in inpatient treatment
Patients’ time in inpatient rehab follows a regular daily schedule. After breakfast, each patient attends a community meeting, a morning lecture, and groups. After lunch, they attend more groups, including organized recreation. After dinner, patients engage in regular AA/NA meetings before bed.
Length of stay for Wilmington’s inpatient treatment program
Typically lasting up to 28 days, our treatment programming at Wilmington is open to men and women age 18 and older who have primary substance use disorders, though we also welcome individuals who have primary substance use disorders and other co-occurring mental health disorders. Patients who complete inpatient care often move into our step-down partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient program.