Inpatient hospitalization programs in WY. are a kind of drug treatment facility which delivers rehabilitation in a hospital or similar setting where the treatment process can be managed by medical staff and treatment professionals. As is typically the case with benzodiazepine and alcohol withdrawal, it is often necessary for the person to be in an inpatient hospitalization program during the withdrawal process because some withdrawal symptoms can be life threatening. Inpatient hospitalization programs are also an option for those in WY. who wish to undergo medication assisted withdrawal, which is typically used in the case of prescription pain reliever and illicit opiate addiction. Most people in WY. who receive this treatment route however and don't follow up with additional rehabilitation typically have very high rates of relapse. In either case, addicted individuals should follow up detox with an intensive recovery program either in inpatient hospitalization or in some other drug rehabilitation facility.