Inpatient alcohol rehab is a type of alcohol addiction treatment program where individuals live at the rehab facility for a specified period of time, typically ranging from 28 to 90 days or more. Inpatient alcohol rehab provides a structured and supportive environment where individuals can receive intensive treatment and care for their addiction. The program typically includes a combination of therapies, such as individual and group counseling, cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, and medication management. Inpatient alcohol rehab may also include other activities such as fitness and recreation programs, meditation, and art or music therapy. The goal of inpatient alcohol rehab is to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety, develop coping skills, and learn to live a healthy and fulfilling life without alcohol.