About Our Services
Detox is often the first step of addiction recovery. During detox, your body eliminates the toxins from drugs and alcohol and begins to heal itself. This transition is brief, but it can be emotionally and physically challenging.
Detoxing cold turkey, without medical attention, may be dangerous. In some cases, it’s life-threatening. That’s why medical providers recommend medical detox for most moderate or severe substance use disorders. Our medical detox provides a safe, professional environment during the initial stages of withdrawal. During this time, you will be closely evaluated and monitored. You may also be prescribed medication to alleviate some distress.
Inpatient Residential Treatment
After completing detox, most of our clients transition into our inpatient residential treatment program. This program includes a highly-structured curriculum designed to help you build new coping skills and start a life in recovery.
Many people cannot stop using drugs and alcohol on their own. Our clients often come to us after numerous recovery attempts. Outside influences make it challenging to prioritize your well-being. This level of care frees you from external distractions so you can focus entirely on your recovery.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
During PHP, you will continue attending therapy and participating in groups. But you will also start implementing the skills you learn in treatment in the real world.
Instead of living at our facility, you will be living at our facility, or if you live locally, you will return home after completing day programming. This is a time to get more proactive with merging recovery with your everyday responsibilities.
Intensive Outpatient/Outpatient Treatment
IOP or OP treatment allows you to live at home while still receiving the specialized care recommended for recovery. This program is recommended as a final step down level of care for clients who completed the higher levels of treatment. It may also be a starting point for clients with milder substance use disorders.
IOP and OP allow you to balance your recovery needs with real-world application. In treatment, you will continue learning necessary life skills, including stress management, healthy communication, self-care, and relapse prevention.
Aftercare and Relapse Prevention
Recovery is an ongoing process, and aftercare refers to ongoing friendship, support, and tools once completing treatment. We take pride in our alumni program, as we believe it helps our clients stay connected to a positive support system.
All clients are welcome to engage in our alumni program. Recovery doesn’t have to be boring, and it doesn’t have to be overwhelming! We offer a variety of alumni meetings, support groups, mentorship opportunities, and fun sober events to keep our clients on track.
Types of Therapy
Evidence-based treatment is a crucial part of the recovery process. Our rehab offers the following therapies:
Our providers specialize in dual-diagnosis care. Many people experience a substance use disorder and mental health condition simultaneously. For this reason, we are adamant about providing holistic, comprehensive treatment that addresses all your needs.
Getting Started at Our Florida Rehab
You are brave to seek treatment for your drug or alcohol addiction. We recognize that recovery is hard work, but we also see how our clients transform their lives every single day. Regardless of your circumstances, we are here to help and support you.
We serve people living in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Miami, Tampa, and Jacksonville areas. Live out of state? Not a problem! We also have clients from all over the country.
We accept most insurance plans. If you have a question about our treatment services or want to learn more about your insurance coverage, get in touch with one of our admissions counselors today!