At Inner Voyage Recovery, we offer a young adult rehab program for young individuals to find the space needed to heal, develop new coping skills and create a foundation for a successful life ahead.
According to the 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health 20.3% of young adults aged 18-25 reported using illicit drugs in the past month and approximately 14.5% of young adults in this age group met the criteria for a substance use disorder.
Substance abuse and addiction can affect individuals at any age, but young adults are particularly vulnerable due to the various stressors and developmental changes they face. Addressing the unique needs of this age group is crucial in helping them successfully navigate their recovery journey.
Rehab for young adults is a specialized addiction treatment program tailored to individuals between the ages of 18 and 25. Our programs are designed to address the unique challenges young adults face, including peer pressure, academic stress, and emerging mental health issues. Rehab for young adults provides an age-appropriate environment and treatment plans that focus on building life skills, resilience, and a strong support network to achieve lasting recovery.
There are several barriers young adults face when considering addiction treatment, including:
Rehab programs for young adults typically involve a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and various complementary therapies. Treatment plans are personalized to address each individual’s specific needs and may include:
At Inner Voyage Recovery, we meet our client’s where they’re at. We offer a multiple different levels of care and evidence-based treatment to support clients through each, including:
Our rehab for young adults offers a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment that addresses the unique needs and challenges faced by individuals in this age group. Some of the key benefits and features of these programs include:
Age-specific treatment: Young adult rehab programs are specifically designed for individuals between the ages of 18 and 25, ensuring that the treatment environment and approach are relevant and relatable to their experiences.
Developmentally appropriate therapy: Therapists in these programs are trained to work with young adults and understand the developmental, emotional, and social issues they face. This allows them to provide tailored therapy that targets the root causes of addiction and promotes lasting change.
Peer support: Being surrounded by others in the same age group who are facing similar struggles can help young adults build strong support networks and foster a sense of belonging, which is essential for long-term recovery.
Family involvement: Many rehab programs for young adults incorporate family therapy and education to help families understand the complexities of addiction and learn how to best support their loved one in recovery.
Holistic rehab approach: Young adult rehab programs often emphasize a holistic approach to treatment, incorporating various complementary therapies such as art therapy, yoga, and mindfulness practices to promote overall well-being and healthy coping strategies.
Life skills training: These programs focus on helping young adults develop essential life skills, such as goal-setting, time management, and healthy communication, which can contribute to their success in recovery and beyond.
When selecting a rehab program for a young adult, it’s essential to consider the following factors:
Accreditation and licensing: Ensure that the program is accredited by a recognized organization, such as The Joint Commission or CARF, and is licensed by the state in which it operates.
Qualified staff: Look for a program that employs experienced professionals with appropriate credentials and training in addiction treatment, mental health, and working with young adults.
Personalized treatment plans: The best rehab programs will develop a tailored treatment plan based on the individual’s unique needs, preferences, and goals.
Evidence-based practices: Choose a program that utilizes proven, research-based therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy or motivational interviewing.
Family involvement: Opt for a rehab program that recognizes the importance of family support and offers resources and therapy to help families heal and grow together.
Aftercare support: Look for a program that provides ongoing support and resources following the completion of treatment to help ensure a successful transition back into everyday life.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, don’t hesitate to seek help. Rehab for young adults can provide the specialized support and resources needed to overcome addiction and build a foundation for lasting recovery. Reach out to a treatment professional today to discuss the available options and find the best rehab program for your unique needs.