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Integrated Programs

It is important to us at Patriot Rehab Services that our program be transparent and fully integrated with your hospital’s policies and procedures. Our staff will work in conjunction with your department heads in all hospital functions. In addition, our staff will wear your hospital’s name tags and follow all of your policies and procedures. The bottom line is that Patriot Rehab Services will take all of the responsibility for the program – but your hospital will retain ultimate control.

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Drug and Alcohol Detox

Detoxification (detox) is the process of clearing the body of drugs or alcohol that an individual has consumed. The purpose of detox is to safely manage withdrawal symptoms when someone stops taking drugs or alcohol.

Everyone has a different experience with detox. The type of drug and how long it was used affect what detox will be like.

Medications used in detox help keep former users comfortable while the drugs leave their body.

It can take days or months to get through withdrawal symptoms for most drugs. The length of withdrawal depends on a number of factors, including:

  • Type of substance the user is addicted to

  • Duration of addiction has lasted

  • Method of abuse (snorting, smoking, injecting, or swallowing)

  • Amount of substance taken

  • Family history

  • Underlying medical conditions

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Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (also known as IOP for "Intensive Outpatient Program") is a primary treatment program recommended in some circumstances by a clinical and medical assessment. IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery therapies following successful detox, on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate work and family life.

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Long Term Acute Care Hospitals (LTCH)

Long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs) are facilities that specialize in the treatment of patients with serious medical conditions that require care on an ongoing basis but no longer require intensive care or extensive diagnostic procedures. These patients are typically discharged from the intensive care units and require more care than they can receive in a rehabilitation center, skilled nursing facility, or at home.

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Residential Addiction and Mental Illness Treatment

For Veretans and First Responders, seeking help addressing an addiction to drugs or alcohol, is an important step in their journey is choosing the right rehab program for them. With many different treatment programs available today, there are multiple options for you to choose from. But for those with a very serious or long-term addiction, there is one option that has been proven to be the most effective: Residential Rehab.

At PRS, we offer a residential rehab for veterans and first responders that addresses the unique needs of the men and women who have served our country. Our evidence-based treatment options mean that you can be assured that the treatment you receive is both appropriate and effective.

What to Expect at a Residential Treatment Program:

  •  Detox

  •  Comprehensive Evidence-BasedTherapy

  •  Woman's only Programs

  •  Holistic Therapy

  •  12-Step Immersion

  •  Medication-Assisted Treatment

  •  Aftercare Planning

Aftercare Planning

Seeking help for an addiction is often one of the biggest – and most difficult – decisions that you will ever make. It is also, however, one of the most important for your long-term health and well being. Many people think that once they complete an addiction treatment program, they are cured and can go back to living their lives as they did before. The fact is that having an aftercare plan is a very important part of addiction treatment and overall recovery. Addiction is a chronic disease that requires life-long maintenance. But it can be well-managed after rehab with the help of aftercare planning.

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Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRF)

IRFs also known as rehab hospitals, provide intensive rehabilitation services to patients with complex conditions, such as stroke or brain injuries.  They can be either free standing rehabilitation hospitals or rehabilitation units in acute care hospitals.  They provide an intensive rehabilitation program and patients who are admitted must be able to tolerate three hours of intense rehabilitation services per day

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Veteran Specialty Services

Patriot Rehab Services is dedicated to helping those veterans who have sacrificed so much for us.  We provide a unique approach to assisting veterans who are currently experiencing homelessness or at-risk for experiencing homelessness.  We partner with communities or private organizations to develop safe and therapeutic temporary housing while providing case management and counseling to help the veteran establish permanent residency.

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