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What is residential drug/alcohol treatment?

George Joseph
Addiction Medicine
Residential treatment, which can vary in length, is usually a 30-day program requiring the person to stay at the facility. This is very beneficial for those who are in crisis, are not living in a safe environment, are not showing stability, have had multiple relapses, and those who have completed detoxification.

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