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For people with addictions, treatment is absolutely vital. Drugs and alcohol can cloud brain chemistry in such a way that it is impossible to see clearly and make good decisions. People may want to get better, but they may not have the skills or insights that could make that dream of recovery a reality.
An inpatient program could provide that help, and it might be a part of the recovery process for almost anyone who has an addiction. After all, a study in the journal Addiction Science and Clinical Practice points out that most people with addiction need multiple rounds of addiction care. One enrollment is usually not enough to break decades of damage. For some people, outpatient care is the first step. For others, it is the last step. But it is likely for everyone who enrolls that it is an important step. Here, people can pick up the tools they need in order to heal.