Welcome to The Recovery Team, a leading private residential drug and alcohol treatment center dedicated to helping individuals recover from addiction and mental health struggles. With over 27 years of experience in providing advanced, evidence-based treatment, we are proud to announce our expansion to new locations in New Jersey and Massachusetts in 2023. At our sunny South Florida location, we offer inpatient, residential treatment, and outpatient programs tailored to meet your individual needs. Our team of experts will guide you through various modes of care, ensuring that you can restore balance to your life and successfully progress through rehab.
The Recovery Team (previously Recovery Resources) founded itself on the belief that no one was too lost to find freedom from drug and alcohol addictions as well as mental health disorders.
In 1995, The Recovery Team opened one outpatient clinic rooted in the foundation of the 12 steps. As practices improved and research advanced, the clinic expanded onto new campuses, employed only the brightest specialists, and began offering an array of scientifically supported treatments through multiple modalities.
Today, The Recovery Team is a drug and alcohol treatment center focused on providing each patient with individual guidance and effective care through evidence-based therapies. We currently exceed thousands of patients’ expectations each year, and our hope for community healing from substance use disorders has never been stronger.
What We Treat
With the goal of helping as many patients as possible, The Recovery Team is able to treat a large variety of addictions and mental health problems. Common addictions treated at our facility are from substances like alcohol, benzodiazepines, opioids, heroin, cocaine, and sedatives.
Levels of Care Available
When it comes to our levels of care, The Recovery Team aims to be as flexible as possible to treat patients in a way that aligns with their lifestyles. That is why we offer various levels of care to patients in our facility. Below are the levels of care available at The Recovery Team.
Residential treatment: This involves living full-time at our facility for an extended period of time. This is recommended for patients with severe addictions and mental illness. Here, patients are free from distractions and are able to focus solely on recovery in a safe and comfortable environment with access to 24/7 medical monitoring.
Partial hospitalization program: After inpatient rehab and medical detox, PHP provides day treatment for those who no longer need 24-hour medical support. Residential programs offer more flexibility than inpatient rehab programs while still offering structure, support, and security.
Intensive Outpatient Program: This level of care is lower than partial hospitalization programs since intensive inpatient programs allow you to continue your day-to-day life while pursuing treatment. While in intensive outpatient, most people live at home or in a transitional living program. This allows people to resume work, school, or responsibilities and spend time with family and friends, enjoying more flexibility and freedom.
Outpatient programs: These programs offer addiction and mental health sessions on a flexible schedule a few hours per day at scheduled appointments. This is typically the option for those with mild substance use disorders and is the most flexible level of care.
Transitional living: Sober living houses provide a suitable transitional environment for individuals to maintain abstinence from substances. Having a stable place to transition yourself into a sober life can aid in maintaining healthy patterns and succeeding in recovery.
Therapy for Your Health
Virtual Reality Therapy is an emerging treatment for mental health disorders such as anxiety, PTSD, and phobias, particularly for patients who have not responded well to traditional therapies. It offers a safe and controlled environment for patients to confront and manage their fears and anxieties.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy is a non-invasive treatment for depression and other mental health disorders. TMS is useful for those who have not had success with other forms of therapy or medication
Yoga therapy is an effective complementary treatment that utilizes physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to improve mental and physical health conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety, and depression. It aims to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
Massage therapy is a complementary treatment that is often used to alleviate physical discomfort and reduce stress levels. It involves applying various techniques to manipulate the body’s soft tissues, which can result in improved circulation, pain relief, and relaxation.
Gambling addiction is a complex disorder that can have significant consequences for individuals and their families. At our rehab center, we understand that gambling addiction is a serious problem that requires professional treatment.
At The Recovery Team, we believe that group therapy can be an effective tool for fostering a sense of community, empathy, and self-awareness. By participating in group therapy, you can gain insights from others going through similar experiences and develop new skills and coping strategies to help you thrive.
Individual therapy, also known as talk therapy or psychotherapy, is a form of mental health treatment where you meet one-on-one with a trained therapist to address emotional, behavioral, or mental concerns. Individual therapy can take many forms, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and DBT therapy, among others.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of psychotherapy that helps people process and heal from traumatic experiences. It can reduce the intensity of negative emotions and beliefs
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
DBT is a talk therapy effective for individuals who have difficulty managing and regulating their emotions
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is psychotherapy that works to address negative thought patterns and behaviors that can contribute to mental health issues. It creates healthier ways of feeling, thinking, and acting
Relapse Prevention Therapy
Relapse is a common and often frustrating part of the recovery process. It’s important to remember that relapse doesn’t mean failure or weakness—it’s simply a setback that can be learned from and overcome. Fortunately, there are many therapies, techniques, and strategies that can help you stay sober and prevent relapse.