What's The Difference Between Inpatient & Outpatient?
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation is an important topic, but it may be difficult to know what type of program is right for you.
Inpatient rehabs are intensive residential programs that offer round the clock care – if this sounds like your needs then they could very well fit them; however there’s no guarantee with these types of facilities.
Outpatient drug rehab is less restrictive than inpatients. Out of the three types, it’s by far the most popular and often preferred option for those who can’t afford or don’t want to maintain an apartment during their treatment period because they only need 1-3 days per week there as part time clients with outpatient programs usually attending 10 – 12 hours each visit over a maximum 90 day commitment tacked onto any detoxifying agent prescribed which helps make recovery go faster!