Enhanced Telehealth Services and Preventive Measures
Ensure Safe Treatment for Substance Abuse

In these uncertain times, Beachside Rehab remains a trusted partner in the journey to recovery. We are dedicated to reducing the risks associated with COVID-19, while still providing customized addiction therapy for each and every client.

TELEHEALTH SERVICES AT BEACHSIDE REHAB

In light of social distancing measures and shelter-in-place orders, we have expanded our telehealth services. Beachside Rehab is now offering enhanced virtual individual and group therapy to existing, previous, and new clients. Rest assured that while you may be socially distanced from others right now, you are not alone. We are here to provide expert treatment and compassionate care to help you on your healing journey.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT BEACHSIDE REHAB

Our residential treatment center remains open, and we are taking robust preventive measures in accordance with the latest local health department updates and CDC guidelines:

Simple Ways to Stop the Spread

Whether you are staying at our residential treatment center or connecting with us from home, please follow these simple CDC guidelines to stop the spread of germs:

As always, your well-being is our priority. Though we may be apart right now, we will weather this storm together.

How an Inpatient Drug Rehab Can Help You Quit Drugs

There are several reasons why quitting drugs can be difficult for some people and why inpatient drug rehab could help. No one said that getting clean and making positive changes in your life would be easy. In fact, it’s almost guaranteed to be difficult. However, quitting drugs will change your life for the better…for ever.

Why Is it Difficult To Give Up Drugs?
Drug addiction involves repeated drug use over an extended period of time that leads to changes in your brain. These changes make a person feel like they have to compulsively take drugs. These changes also prohibit people from making good judgment calls and thinking clearly. That is why you need inpatient drug rehab if you are addicted to drugs.

At inpatient drug rehab, a person is required to stay at the facility for the duration of the treatment. There are no drugs around. Temptation is completely eliminated. There are also medical professionals around to oversee the withdrawal process, which can be quite difficult for people addicted to certain drugs and who have been taking drugs for a long time.

Why Is Withdrawal So Difficult?
For many people, the hardest part of stopping the drug use is going through withdrawal. Most people will experience physical or psychological symptoms during withdrawal. Some might even require medication as the body rids itself of the drugs. For others, with specific addictions, withdrawal can be dangerous, even life threatening. That is why it is important to go through this part of treatment at an inpatient drug rehab, where you will be surrounded by professionals who know how to care for you during this phase.

Depending on your specific addiction and circumstances, you may experience, anxiety, insomnia, vomiting and nausea, stomach pain, irritability, faster heart rate, and alternating between sweating and chills. Some people can even experience seizures.

Going through withdrawal at in inpatient drug rehab will give you an element of safety and comfort. You will know that you have experienced professionals around to care for you as you go through this difficult part of the drug rehab process.

Why Is Leaving Inpatient Drug Rehab So Difficult?
After going through withdrawal and rehab treatment, you still have a lot of work to do. Leaving drug rehab can be scary for some recovering addicts. In fact, the hardest part of the process may be walking out the rehab doors.

Inpatient drug rehab will prepare you for living your life without drugs. Getting you ready to face the consequences of your previous actions and making amends for trouble caused by your drug use. It will try to prepare you to make the necessary changes in your life, whether they be finding a new neighborhood to live in, not seeing old friends, or changing the places you used to hang out.

Once you leave drug rehab, you will be responsible for yourself and will have to learn ways to avoid the triggers that could cause you to relapse. At inpatient drug rehab, we will help you determine an aftercare plan to do this. We will help you figure out what your triggers are and how to avoid them. We will also give you a plan for what to do if you are feeling tempted.

Whether it be calling the rehab to speak with a counselor, ongoing counseling, attending a meeting or speaking with a sponsor, you must have a plan in place for when you are feeling inclined to use again.

Quitting drugs can be difficult. Inpatient drug rehab programs will help you through the process. We will help you see a better life at the other side of drug rehab.