Residential Treatment Program

For individuals trying to overcome substance use disorders, the Residential Treatment program at Inner Peace Reserve is designed to promote health, wellness, and recovery. Our Residential Treatment program is grounded in the highest clinical standards and exists to provide effective treatment for substance abuse disorders in an intimate, luxurious, and relaxing environment. Everything we do revolves around providing the best possible care, in the most ethically and morally responsible manner.

Living full-time at the Inner Peace Reserve campus provides an environment that appeals to the senses as well as the spirit. While offering our clients the opportunity to focus their full attention on recovery and to reap the benefits of intensive therapy. Our low staff-to-client ratio allows our RTC clients to focus on the individual and their work with their therapist while assimilating with their new peers in recovery. 

Clients at Inner Peace Reserve develop a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan with their primary therapist and personal care counselor. The entire treatment experience at Inner Peace focuses on helping each client achieve their treatment plan goals and set the foundation for long-term, sustainable recovery.Inpatient rehabilitation has the highest long-term success rates. 

During this phase of treatment, patients receive intensive individual and group counseling sessions. Inner Peace Reserve keeps our groups small to make sure that everyone gets the most out of the therapy. Our residential program is highly structured, offering a minimum of 8 hours of daily programming. Developing insight and understanding into the disease of addiction, the psychological triggers, and the recovery process provides the foundation for our residential treatment program. 

The length of treatment depends on what substance was being abused, the severity of the addiction, if the patient has been through rehab before, and if they have any co-occurring disorders. We work with all our clients to determine what is the best option for them to ensure they fully recover from addiction with the capability of maintaining their sobriety. 

The safe, luxurious environment at Inner Peace Reserve allows clients freedom from outside triggers so that they have a chance to learn what those are and prepare themselves to deal with them once they are sober. We teach clients the tools they need to overcome addictions, change mindsets, and start a better life. We know first hand the success of clients who have the additional benefit of family involvement and support in treatment. 

This is why we offer family support therapy and allow family members to visit their loved ones, this also helps rebuild any trust that may have been lost. Allow us to help them not only get back on track but design and improve the quality of their life.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment, also known as residential recovery treatment, requires patients to check themselves into a controlled environment to overcome addictions. A typical inpatient treatment program runs anywhere from 28 days to six months.

What to expect during inpatient treatment?

During inpatient treatment, our residents can completely focus on getting well and sober without the distractions of everyday life. Here’s what to expect in the inpatient program:

1. Scheduled treatments – A typical day in Inner Peace Reserve’s residential treatment is carefully scheduled and accounted for. 

2. Individualized and group therapy sessions – Our psychologists, counselors, and psychiatrists meet with our patients individually and in group, settings to guide inpatient treatment and recovery. 

3. Detoxification – The first step in inpatient treatment is medically assisted detox. Our physicians and addiction specialists monitor patients’ vital signs while eliminating the drugs in the body. 

4. Relapse prevention skills – Medical care to help prevent relapses. Our clinicians provide all the necessary medicine, medical expertise, and skills to lessen cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Titration and Stabilization

To get better, a client must go through a period without using alcohol or drugs. At Inner Peace Reserve, we call this part of treatment titration and stabilization. Patients are stabilized and assessed in this aspect of the program according to ASAM criteria. 

Patients admitted to this level of care need medical monitoring and display withdrawal symptoms.

What to expect during inpatient treatment?

During this phase of treatment, patients will be receiving:

Titration and Stabilization

Having a well-balanced diet has long been linked to good health. When it comes to addiction recovery, it is equally so learning to eat right can help you with sober living success.

What to expect during inpatient treatment?
What to expect in our balanced diet plan?

1. Variety of healthy meals to choose from! – Inner Peace Reserve offers a variety of healthy meals for our residents that will aid in their recovery. 

2. Breakfast preparation guided by a therapist – Each day you will prepare your breakfast from a wide variety of healthy choices, with the guidance of your therapist. 

3. Professionally cooked lunch and dinner – Lunch and dinners are prepared by a chef and enjoyed in a dining room area with the group. 

4. Dietary restriction personalized plans – If you have dietary restrictions or allergies we will work with you to provide what you need including kosher, gluten-free, etc. 

5. Fitness and exercise – Every day includes a structured time for fitness and exercise, with a therapist involved to help you design an appropriate program for your needs. 

Recreational Therapy

Our recreational therapy uses leisure activities to help individuals with specific health conditions improve their skills, abilities, overall health, and emotional well-being.

Who is the treatment for?
What to expect during inpatient treatment?

1. Outings – Part of the Inner Peace program is to organize outings in the beautiful outdoors of Missouri. This is to introduce new hobbies and activities to fill in the free time created in an addiction-free life. 

2. Sunday family visits – The family unit is important in the recovery process and there is time allocated each weekend on Sundays for family visits. As well as family therapy that will help educate the family and the patient. 

3. Faith-based activities – Personal faith activities are encouraged and facilitated at your choice of a wide variety of local places of worship.