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Inpatient addiction treatment

Marworth offers substance abuse treatment on an inpatient, or residential, basis. Inpatient addiction treatment is designed for individuals experiencing symptoms related to acute or chronic drug and alcohol symptoms. Our inpatient addiction treatment program is highly specialized and takes into consideration each person's unique medical circumstances as well as individual lifestyle and specific obstacles to recovery.


Inpatient addiction treatment services

  • Drug and alcohol screenings and evaluations
  • Full detoxification services, including naltrexone detox for opiate addicted patients
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Recreational therapy including low elements rope course
  • Educational therapy
  • Specialized program for healthcare professionals
  • Specialized program for uniformed professionals
  • Specialized services for dual-diagnosis with a mental illness
  • Separate groups for men and women
  • Trauma & PTSD support groups
  • Relationship issues support (including sexual compulsivity/addiction)
  • Nutrition education program (including eating disorders)
  • Relapse prevention support group
  • Family program

Specialized addiction treatment programs
In addition to our general inpatient alcohol and chemical dependency treatment program, Marworth also offers addiction treatment programs specifically designed for:
  • Healthcare professionals (doctors, pharmacists, dentists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and other clinicians struggling with addiction)
  • Uniformed professionals (law enforcement, police officers, firefighters and other first responders struggling with addiction)


Call Marworth at 800-442-7722 to speak with an admissions counselor. You can enroll in a substance use recovery program yourself or refer someone else for treatment. Many people are referred to Marworth by a family member, family doctor, therapist, employer, employee assistance program, insurance provider, clergy, community organization or another drug and alcohol center.

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