Residential, or inpatient treatment is the most common form of rehab or addiction recovery treatment, and for good reason. It is intensive, structured, and effective, keeping guests focused on their healing for the duration of the recovery program. This limits exposure to temptations or triggers for those struggling from addictions.
Spending time at a residential rehab facility gives those who are embarking on their journey of recovery a strong foundation in addiction or mental health therapy. This helps ensure that they take time to regain their physical and psychological strength after dealing with substance addictions (such as drugs and alcohol) or an unmanaged mental health disorder.