Icarus Behavioral Health Offers Inpatient Treatment for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders in Albuquerque

November 22, 2022 at 17:30

Albuquerque, New Mexico -

New Mexico residents looking for complete mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis treatments in the state are being urged to find out more about the host of services offered at Icarus Behavioral Health.

Icarus Behavioral Health has locations in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. While other treatment programs in the state offer only outpatient care or limited services, Icarus offers complete detox and inpatient programs for New Mexico residents. Inpatient rehab, which is the highest level of rehabilitation services for clients suffering from substance abuse, addiction, and mental health struggles, is a necessity for some patients. Living onsite alongside licensed therapists and medical practitioners gives the clinical team at Icarus Behavioral Health the means to closely monitor their clients and to help them through the most challenging time of their lives.

Inpatient rehab in Albuquerque can be found at Icarus Behavioral Health

A spokesperson for Icarus Behavioral Health talks about how its inpatient treatment in ABQ is the key to recovery for many of its patients by saying, “Though there is no significant statistical difference between the effectiveness of inpatient or outpatient rehab programs, the nature of the addiction, such as severity and the types of substances that one is addicted to, can warrant enrolling in inpatient care. For example, clients addicted to substances such as opioids face excruciatingly painful and disruptive withdrawal symptoms that can be fatal, especially if they have been struggling for a long time. While outpatient rehab is beneficial for patients who have a mild-to-mid severity of addiction, some patients need the safety and constant surveillance afforded by inpatient care to fully conquer their demons. At Icarus Behavioral Health, we offer a range of treatment options that can address your addiction and set you up on the path to long-term recovery. They include medically supervised detox, withdrawal management, medication-assisted treatment, individualized treatment based on your unique history, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and recreational and adventure therapy. We also offer the same high-quality rehab for drugs in Rio Rancho, our other location in New Mexico.”

Icarus Behavioral Health has also recently launched an intensive outpatient program (IOP) that is yet another option for its clients. It is suitable for those who have completed its inpatient program and those that need a less structured setting due to work or life situations. Their IOP and drug rehab in Rio Rancho NM offers a full complement of services to match a range of client needs. The center takes a structured approach to addiction recovery in Rio Rancho that consists of 4 key steps including intake and individualized care planning, detoxification, rehabilitation to establish a platform for ongoing treatment, and aftercare to prevent clients from relapsing.

Finally, for those seeking a firm foundation in recovery, after relapse or unsuccessful treatment at other facilities, Icarus Behavioral Health also offers a well-planned and fully supportive long-term rehab track. Its services for long-term drug rehab in New Mexico are ideal for clients for whom chronic relapse has been an issue in the past. While regular drug rehab programs last anywhere from 30 to 90 days, Icarus Behavioral Health’s extended substance abuse disorder treatment programs may last anywhere from six months to two years. Some of the long-term modalities offered during the extended program include Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), contingency management, family counseling, therapy sessions, and motivational therapies.

The spokesperson comments on the New Mexico rehab center’s long-term recovery programs by saying, “Our extended treatment programs will help you cement your sober connections and assist in developing a robust support system. If you have tried several times and failed to get your addictions under control, we invite you to inquire regarding the admissions process for our extended rehab for drugs at our hotline number, any time of the day or night. We’ve got your back.”

New Mexico readers can contact the clinical team and staff at Icarus Behavioral Health at (505) 305-0902 or contact@icarusbh.com for further information about its inpatient and outpatient, short-term or extended, mental health and substance abuse treatment programs.

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For more information about Icarus Behavioral Health, contact the company here:

Icarus Behavioral Health
Admissions
505.305.0902
contact@icarusbh.com
8601 Golf Course Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114

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