Inpatient rehabilitation is an intensive residential treatment designed to treat addiction. Inpatient drug rehabilitation facilities serve best those individuals who are struggling to manage symptoms and cravings in outpatient care, have made efforts at rehabilitation before and been unsuccessful, or who have complex addictions. Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab may also be the best choice for individuals who need Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction.
Reclaiming the lives of individuals and families coping with addiction and behavioral health issues.
Our Patient-Centered Programs and Services
Caron provides a variety of evidence-based programming and services to treat alcohol and drug dependence based on the personal needs of our patients.
Stays for addiction and/or mental health treatment at Caron may last anywhere from 28 days up to six months, but can also be shorter (or longer) depending on the individualized needs of the patient. Speaking with an admissions specialist is the best way to get more information on a personalized treatment plan for you or your loved.
Treatment at Caron is personalized for our patients and their individual needs. Some of the variables in the cost of treatment include the specific treatment program that is right for you and the additional services or support you need or choose. You can learn more about payment information, financial assistance, and insurance options here. Caron does not accept Medicare or Medicaid.