Inpatient Rehab for Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
About The Inpatient Treatment Program at Sunrise House
Sunrise House Treatment Center has a long history of providing hope and healing to those who walk through its doors. Just over an hour away from New York City and its surrounding boroughs, our Lafayette, New Jersey inpatient rehab facility offers quality care through evidence-based addiction therapies in a verdant and tranquil setting.
How Does Inpatient Addiction Treatment Work?
or residential addiction treatment is often the first level of rehab care recommended for patients after medical detox from drugs or alcohol. Because clients live on-site and have 24/7 access to clinical care, inpatient rehab is one of the most intensive and structured addiction treatment programs available.
Upon admission to our Lafayette, New Jersey inpatient rehab facility, our staff assesses each patient to determine the appropriate course of addiction treatment and tailor a recovery program to meet their unique needs.
At Sunrise House, the goal of our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program is to address the various aspects of a person’s life that underlie addiction. Our research-based curriculum is designed to help participants stop the cycle of compulsive drug or alcohol use by re-evaluating negative thought and behavior patterns, while developing the more positive and useful ones required to get and stay sober.1
Our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility in New Jersey takes place in a non-hospital rehab environment with doctors, nurses, counselors, and other specialists on-staff and ready to assist with any medical concerns. Patients at our Lafayette, NJ rehab facility participate in a rigorous daily schedule of group and individual sessions. Programming may incorporate various therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and music therapy, and involve topics like:
- Relapse prevention
- Coping skills
- Anger management
Our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility is also able to offer some forms of medication for addiction treatment (MAT).2 This is carefully evaluated on a case-by-case basis, as MAT may not be appropriate for everyone. At Sunrise House, we specialize in the treatment of co-occurring disorders, which is when a person suffers from a mental health issue (e.g., depression, anxiety, PTSD) and a substance use disorder at the same time. Evidence suggests that in order for treatment to be effective, both conditions should be addressed simultaneously.3 The presence of a co-occurring disorder is an example of a situation that could require MAT.
The recommended length of stay in an inpatient residential program varies based on a person’s needs. Depending on their history of substance use and severity of addiction, someone may prefer short-term medical detox programs, month-long inpatient rehab programs, or in some cases, 2-3 month addiction treatment programs.
As patients become ready to transition out of inpatient care, the staff at our Lafayette, New Jersey addiction treatment facility will help ensure they receive the continued support needed to sustain their recovery.
What Happens After Inpatient Addiction Treatment?
After someone leaves residential rehab, they may wish to extend their treatment through outpatient or aftercare services. Studies show that programs like these reduce the risk of relapse.1, 4
People can also stay connected to the tools and relationships they’ve built in rehab through Sunrise House’s robust alumni program. Prior to discharge, our staff works with each participant to draft a rehab aftercare plan that will help them maintain their sobriety. These resources may include:
- 12-Step meetings or mutual support groups.
- Alumni coordinator check-ins.
- Weekly alumni meetings held at the facility.
- Our free Recovery App.
- Monthly medallion ceremonies.
Does Health Insurance Cover Inpatient Rehab for Addiction?
Yes, most health insurance companies in New Jersey and the surrounding states are required to offer some level of coverage for inpatient rehab. Thanks to stipulations set forth in the Affordable Care Act, behavioral health is now considered an essential health benefit, making addiction treatment in Lafayette, New Jersey, and the tristate area more accessible than ever before.5
Although health insurance coverage is likely, the amount of addiction treatment covered will vary based on the individual insurance plan. Some plans may require members to stay in-network to qualify for reimbursement.6 Luckily, Sunrise House is in-network with many popular insurers in New Jersey, such as:
How to Use Health Insurance to Pay for Inpatient Addiction Treatment
To find out whether we accept your insurance at Sunrise House, simply fill out this quick and confidential . You’ll receive an email back from us within minutes, providing more details about your coverage and important next steps.
If you’re ready to start the rehab admissions process, our caring and knowledgeable staff can help you better understand your insurance benefits and figure out how to pay for inpatient addiction treatment.
For those without insurance or who have insufficient coverage, Sunrise House offers different ways to pay for rehab to help offset the cost of treatment.
The decision to seek help for an addiction can be life-changing. Don’t let the stress of paying for treatment become a barrier to getting the care you need. Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to answer your questions, help you navigate the insurance process, and begin the road to recovery.
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Why Choose Sunrise House for Inpatient Rehab?
For decades, our New Jersey sanctuary has served as a place of transformation to its many visitors. Sunrise House was originally built in the 1950s as a Franciscan monastery, operating as religious retreat and local infirmary.
It opened as an addiction treatment center in 1982, and quickly grew from a 25-bed facility focused solely on alcohol to a 108-bed facility equipped to treat a wide range of drug and alcohol disorders.
During downtime, clients can enjoy Sunrise’s amenities and explore our beautiful 22-acre grounds. Various features include a fully equipped gym, hiking trails, ping-pong table, shuffleboard, flat-screen TVs, a limited number of private rooms available for an additional fee, mindfulness spaces, weekly bonfires, weekly recovery events where sober performers come to Sunrise House to give concerts/shows, and more.
Nutritionally balanced meals are served three times a day and accommodations can be made for special dietary preferences. Patients are also allowed “media time” twice a day, where they can use electronics to reconnect with family and friends.
Finally, Sunrise House incorporates weekly family education into the treatment program, so that family members learn how to best support their loved one and themselves. Currently, all family education is provided virtually.
Benefits of Choosing an AAC Rehab Facility
Sunrise House is part of the American Addiction Centers (AAC) family, the largest network of rehab facilities in the country. For those interested specifically in outpatient services, our sister facility AdCare Treatment Centers in Rhode Island offers several outpatient addiction treatment options.
Because we believe in the power of our programs, AAC offers a 90-Day Brand Promise. If someone successfully completes 90 consecutive days of treatment at one of our facilities, and later experiences a relapse, they may be eligible to return to one of our centers for free for 30 days.
Quality Treatment, Tailored to You
Start the Admissions Process
Our admissions navigators are available around the clock to answer questions, navigate the insurance process, and get you admitted to the ideal program—customized just for you. Contact us at today.
Begin With Detox
Sunrise House offers private rooms for medical detox. For many, detox is the first step on the recovery journey—and a necessary one—in order to prepare for comprehensive treatment.
Know You’re Never Alone
Recovery is a long-term commitment. Through aftercare planning, our staff works with each patient before they leave our program to ensure they have the tools and community to sustain sobriety.