Understanding Different Types And Modes Of Rehab Treatment

Updated on September 20, 2021

VoXK6mJ0yXb8fd5HdEyIXx21GbQXHI1wCn305VQStzuXAK GkDZUugogL7NEUZYoP03e4juqFsCMeMzK39ALmSf1imSLqndVA1B1BT6O BwmMAPfNV6MpLoAhCpCxo61RfoWwPGGRH78 iNLMg

Rehab which is the short form for rehabilitation is one word that almost everyone is familiar with. But we are not sure that everyone understands its full extent or the fact that there are different modes of rehab treatments. Most often, people are ashamed to be associated with the word and all that it connotes. But the truth is that more people need rehab than the number of those who acknowledge and go for it. 

It’s just like mental health issues; many people either shy away from it or make light of it. But that is not right; you can find out how to help a person with mental health issues on this site: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/supporting-someone-mental-health-problem

In this article, we would discuss the various types and modes of rehabilitation treatments. The aim of this write-up is to help those who might need any of these treatments to have a basic understanding of it. 

Types And Modes Of Rehabilitation Treatments 

Like we mentioned earlier, there are different types of rehab for addiction treatments and they include the following:- 

Medical Detox 

It is mostly difficult for an individual to kick an addiction on their own. Sometimes it is highly dangerous and very difficult because of the strong cravings and symptoms that can prove to be fatal. Some of these symptoms include seizures and heart palpitations.

However, with medical drug detoxification, the individual can be safely weaned from these drugs/substances with much lower risks and complication. In this process, certain medications are used to help the patient with the cravings while eliminating or at least alleviating withdrawal symptoms. These medications would help to make the recovery process as painless and as comfortable as it can be. 

This type of treatment is usually the first step for patients whose diagnosis show that they are psychological and physically dependent on the substance they are addicted to. 

If you live in Houston and need this treatment, you can search for drug detox treatment in Houston online to find a good clinic that would help you. Conversely, if you don’t live in the city but want anonymity for your treatment, you can travel to Houston to visit any of the reputable clinics there. 

m6C3U79wII9X9Hact5NsexzFr935grrUBB 2hif5wOeL7r1bIbd1jmlQJt ySHsbvMxW1Yo3XQEB4XRtyQbNz9xTiYBKIFrsFrqn5ih9M9xl6eHpk37DqWYeA 9NxxljX3iaOreF6Z0dIH vA


This is a situation where an individual is required to live in a facility to enable them kick a habit. These facilities provide a safe environment that is devoid of judgement and distractions or external influence. Patients in residential treatment get to work with a team of professionals who understand all about their addictions and are committed to helping them overcome the addiction from the root. 

Some of these facilities are just like a home away from home where you can live with your pet(s).  You can also have features such as top quality hospitality industry treatment, availability of clinical staff round the clock and on-site psychiatrists. All these are provided just to make sure that your time at the facility is productive. 

Out- Patient 

It is not everyone that’s addicted to a substance that needs the intensive (24-hr) treatment that residential care entails. Some people’s issues can be treated with other methods such as out- patient personal therapy, group therapy, behavioural therapy, family therapy etc. 

It is recognized that not everyone who needs help can take time off work and put their lives on hold for rehab. Thankfully, there are intensive out-patient treatments that can help them. 

Partial Hospitalization

This is a cross between the residential mode of treatment and the out-patient mode. This entails that the patient starts treatment in a hospital setting and completes it as an out-patient. On the other hand, some patients start treatment on their own but seek to complete it in a hospital setting.  

Sober Living Homes 

These are facilities that provide an environment that’s drug and alcohol- free for people who are looking to maintain their freedom from addictions. These homes are usually structured around some recovery programs; with one of the most popular being the 12-step program. 

People who are admitted to these facilities must exhibit a desire to remain sober and free from their addiction for life. They are required to take drug tests periodically to ensure that they stay true to their commitment. Most of these facilities cater to one gender alone.  There are also some that are known as Sober Colleges; these cater for young people. 


There is more to all these modes of treatments that we have mentioned; you may want to read this article for more information. Bear in mind that sometimes, a patient may need a combination of one or more of these treatments so you should always keep an open mind to options. 

We hope this article has alerted you to the fact that people struggling with one addiction or the other need professional help. Do not hesitate to lend support to them in their journey to recovery. 

14556571 1295515490473217 259386398988773604 o

The Editorial Team at Healthcare Business Today is made up of skilled healthcare writers and experts, led by our managing editor, Daniel Casciato, who has over 25 years of experience in healthcare writing. Since 1998, we have produced compelling and informative content for numerous publications, establishing ourselves as a trusted resource for health and wellness information. We offer readers access to fresh health, medicine, science, and technology developments and the latest in patient news, emphasizing how these developments affect our lives.