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Drug Rehab and Detox

Inpatient Drug Rehab Care 

Our intensive inpatient program focuses on early recovery and self-awareness skills to not only overcome drug and alcohol dependency but to give patients a new sense of direction and purpose. Those that have completed the inpatient program also come away with a deep understanding that addiction is a disease, and they are not alone in this struggle. Gateway Rehab offers residential inpatient drug and alcohol treatment for both male and female patients.

We provide our patients with long-term rehabilitation lasting up to 120 days, as well as short-term acute treatment lasting up to 28 days. Our dedicated team of clinicians and behavioral counselors work together to ensure that drug abuse treatment for addiction is delivered with compassion and patience. 

At Gateway Rehab, we believe the benefits of inpatient treatment centers should cover all levels of recovery, including physical, psychological, and emotional. Request an appointment with a member of our staff today to find out which of our programs are best suited to your needs. 

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Inpatient Drug Rehab Care

Inpatient Rehab In Pittsburgh PA

Long Term Drug Rehab

Approximately 22.7 millions Americans require drug and alcohol addiction treatment each year. At Gateway Drug Rehab, we understand that addiction is a chronic condition that must be met with a high level of multifaceted, ongoing care. By providing each and every one of our patients with evidence-based, professional care, we help to ensure sustained abstinence from alcohol and drug use. 

Our long-term drug rehabilitation program spans 90 to 120 days and covers three fundamental tools for successful recovery:

  • Life skills
  • Transition
  • Planning 

If you are struggling with alcohol or substance use disorder, or even if you suspect a loved one may be, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We are here to help you determine which of our many services are best suited to you or your loved one’s needs.  

Short-Term Recovery Treatment 

Short Term Drug Rehab

Approximately 22.7 millions Americans require drug and alcohol addiction treatment each year. At Gateway Drug Rehab, we understand that addiction is a chronic condition that must be met with a high level of multifaceted, ongoing care. By providing each and every one of our patients with evidence-based, professional care, we help to ensure sustained abstinence from alcohol and drug use. 

Our short-term drug rehabilitation program lasts up to 28 days, and will include a personalized treatment plan for each individual patient. Our clinicians may recommend a transition to outpatient therapy, or provide connections to community resources that will help ensure continued recovery. If you are struggling with alcohol or substance use disorder, or even if you suspect a loved one may be, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We are here to help you determine which of our many services are best suited to you or your loved one’s needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect from long-term rehab treatment?

Long-term rehab centers involve several days of detox, intensive psychosocial therapy in a variety of settings, and planning for next steps. Those who undergo 90 to 120 days of treatment are best-suited for those with severe and chronic alcohol and substance use disorders.

Who should attend short-term treatment?

Short-term residential programs are designed to meet the needs of patients with milder alcohol or substance abuse issues, and/or those who must work treatment into their job or family demands. Short-term treatment may not be appropriate for patients with moderate to severe addiction.

What is the first stage of addiction treatment?

Detoxification (or detox for short) is the first step in any recovery treatment program. A patient must first get rid of the harmful substances in their body before they can begin to work towards long-term recovery.

Does insurance cover inpatient drug rehab care?

Gateway Rehab proudly accepts insurance to make rehabilitation accessible to our community. Coverage for our services will vary depending on your insurance carrier, however, we are happy to answer questions to help you determine what may or may not be covered.