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Frequently Asked Questions


Whether you are entering our inpatient, outpatient, IOP, partial hospitalization program, or others, you can expect the same high-quality care. We create a compassionate and warm environment filled with professional, caring staff. 

As a loved one’s addiction worsens, individuals often neglect family and friends out of guilt or shame, or because they are too intoxicated. They are also more likely to spend time with others who are also abusing substances. If you are seeing signs like these, as well as physical and personality changes, it is time to get help.
Our experienced staff knows that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating the addiction. We approach addiction treatment knowing that every clients needs a personalized treatment plan.
Each Impact location has a professional staff who is dedicated to each client and their journey of recovery. Through our personal experience, we can help you recover.

Where other differences exist, the most significant difference between inpatient residential addiction treatment and outpatient treatment is that inpatient programs require you to remain on-site at the facility throughout the course of your treatment program. Residential or inpatient treatment programs often provide various treatment options, services, and amenities that intensive outpatient programs do not. Because patients are required to live at the facility during their treatment, inpatient programs provide housing, meals, medical care, nutritional services, and recreational opportunities for you to take advantage of during your treatment.

Intensive outpatient programs allow patients to remain at home while receiving treatment. Outpatient programs are generally less expensive than inpatient programs and provide increased flexibility of treatment scheduling. The biggest challenge you may face when choosing intensive outpatient treatment is the fact that you remain at home throughout treatment. For some, this ongoing exposure to the triggers and situations that led to and furthered addiction may contribute to relapse.

Two of the most common ways that substance addiction affects the family is financially and loss of relationships impacted by addiction. Young, old, close, or distant, virtually any member of an addict’s circle can be (and often are) adversely affected by addiction. Family members, friends, co-workers, and community members all watch as their loved one changes. Trust is frequently compromised as moods and behaviors change. Arguments and hostility typically become a standard element of communication. Family members often search for ways to cope with the unpredictable behavior of their loved ones. These coping mechanisms sometimes turn into codependency symptoms, and all too often, family members fail to realize they are actually enabling their loved one’s self-destructive behavior in an effort to try and help them.

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