Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab - Brazos Recovery

Brazos Recovery Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Helping people overcome addiction is not easy. It requires special ways of helping each person. Some people can get better by going to programs during the day and still being able to do their usual stuff. But for some, they need more intense help. At our rehab center in Texas, we give folks all the help they need to beat addiction and start a new and healthy life.

What is Inpatient Rehab?

Inpatient rehabilitation, or inpatient rehab, offers an intensive addiction treatment program where patients reside within our Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Throughout your stay, you will receive comprehensive, supervised, and structured care designed to address drug or alcohol addiction.

Residents in our program benefit from round-the-clock care and support, which includes accommodations and a well-organized daily regimen featuring both group and one-on-one therapy sessions, aimed at uncovering the underlying causes of addiction. Additionally, your individual program may encompass various activities and therapeutic modalities tailored to your specific needs.

The duration of your stay depends on your unique circumstances. While some patients find 30 days sufficient, others may require extended support, opting for a more extended stay in our program.

One of the significant advantages of staying at our facility is the removal of potential triggers and distractions found in your home environment, which can hinder your recovery journey. Overcoming addiction necessitates substantial changes, often challenging to achieve when surrounded by the same surroundings, individuals, and stressors that contributed to your addiction.

At our Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab, you can wholeheartedly concentrate on your recovery, free from the influences and pressures of your former environment.

What to Expect at Our Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab

The commencement of an inpatient rehab program typically involves a medically supervised detoxification process. Clearing your system of drugs or alcohol is an essential initial step in your journey toward conquering addiction.

Medical Detox

With a medically supervised detox, you can go through the detox (withdrawal) process in a safer and more comfortable way at our Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Depending on the length and severity of your addiction, the withdrawal process can be intense. The support and care you receive during this critical stage will help you move through to the next phase of treatment.

Detoxing on your own can be both unpleasant and dangerous. With medical detox, medication can help make the withdrawal process more comfortable. Our staff provides support and care to ensure that your detox is safe. 

Withdrawal symptoms can range from mild cravings to severe anxiety and even hallucinations. The detox period can last anywhere from one to three weeks (sometimes more), depending on the level of dependence and substance.

Therapy and Enrichment

Once you have gone through the detox process, the real work can begin. As a resident, you will receive treatment for your addiction in a structured environment that includes:

  • Therapy, both group and one-on-one counseling
  • 12-step activities
  • Well-being activities, such as fishing, hiking and camping
  • Spiritual groups

Addiction is a complex disease, and your treatment program should be well-rounded. Well-being activities and spiritual groups can help you find support and joy in activities that don’t involve substance use. 

Often, addiction co-occurs with mental health issues and underlying trauma. Therapy sessions help address these issues, empowering you with the tools you need to stay on the path to recovery and understand the root cause of your behavior.

The Advantages of Our Texas Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Seeking help is the first and most important step in your journey. There are many advantages to choosing an inpatient rehab program.

A Safe Environment

Inpatient programs remove you from your home environment, allowing you to detox and receive treatment in a safe, supervised environment. Round-the-clock care and support will be provided. Inpatient treatment can provide a place for recovery for those who may be a danger to themselves or others.


When it comes to recovery, structure can be a valuable tool. Each day, you will have therapy sessions and activities that will help you achieve your goal of recovery. Having direction and a sense of purpose can help you stay on the right track during treatment. Additionally, you have the opportunity to develop new and healthy habits you can take with you when you return home.

Breaking Old Habits 

Because you stay at the facility, you are removed from triggers, stressors and external influences that may impact your recovery. That old environment is replaced with a supportive and caring one where you can focus solely on your journey to overcoming addiction. If you have difficulty avoiding drugs or alcohol in your day-to-day life, an inpatient program can remove that temptation.


Inpatient programs provide a sense of community. Group therapy sessions help you remember that you’re not alone in your journey or experiences. Staff and other residents help create a feeling of belonging; a place where you are accepted and encouraged to move on the path to sobriety. Inpatient programs can also provide the social support system you need to stay sober if you are lacking that in your home environment.

Nutritional Support

Those who are in detox may have special nutritional needs. Inpatient programs can help meet those needs. For example, diets high in thiamine can help those who are detoxing from alcohol. Smaller meals can help those addicted to stimulants gradually return back to healthy portions. Taking a holistic approach to recovery, which includes your diet, can help improve the chances of success.

Building New Habits

With an inpatient program, individuals develop new habits, learn to set boundaries and experience a new way of living. The habits and tools learned while in treatment can carry over into everyday life after you leave the program, making it a little easier to stay on the right track. Additionally, you have the time to focus intensely on your recovery and receive added support and care. 

Inpatient programs aren’t necessarily better than an outpatient program or any one of the other options we offer. Every person is different. For some, inpatient may be the best option for them. Our staff will help you find the right treatment program for your individual needs.

Contact Us Today!

If you’re ready to embark on a journey towards a brighter and more hopeful chapter in your life, please know that we’re here with open arms to support you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to our admissions team today; we’re eager to provide you or your cherished loved one with information about our compassionate inpatient program. Your courageous step towards a fresh start means the world to us, and we’re here to walk this path with you.