Residential Treatment for Drug Rehab in South Florida
Residential treatment will help you learn the tools and skills needed to manage your addiction long-term. We offer both short-term and long-term residential care for those who require additional support before transitioning into a sober living environment.
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Our Residential treatment program is a step above. We focus on the individual, their needs, and comfort while addressing the causes of addiction to isolate a path to addiction recovery. We offer a full continuum of care that ensures people access to the care they need. We boast experienced and friendly staff in a beautiful facility.
What is Residential Treatment for Drug Rehab?
Residential treatment is often the most intensive form of treatment for drug addiction. It involves inpatient or residential care that offers full-time supervision by medical professionals. Residential drug rehab centers are designed to give you a safe, supportive environment for your recovery.
During this period, there are daily therapy programs and activities incorporated into your lifestyle. People in our residential, inpatient programs live on The Recovery Team’s gorgeous grounds in a dorm-style living arrangement. They can easily access their program without having to drive home every night.
The length of stay in residential treatment varies from 30 days up to 90 days depending on your specific needs and requirements of your substance abuse treatment plan. After the initial detoxification period, patients go through this intensive drug and alcohol treatment for up to 30 days.
When living in the residential treatment center, there are activities scheduled throughout the day to keep you busy and focused on your treatment plan. The atmosphere is very inclusive as well as participatory in nature where all members of the group are involved in every activity no matter how big or small.
Through these types of environments, we aim to instill emotional connections between members so they can assist each other through their journey toward sobriety.
When is Residential Drug Rehab Treatment Appropriate?
Residential treatment usually occurs after the completion of detox and medical stability. Those who do not require a medical detox process can sometimes enter a residential program directly.
Residential treatment is considered one of the most critical parts of substance abuse treatment. Detox allows for the removal of a substance from the body and overcoming withdrawal symptoms.
Residential care incorporates 24-hour supervision and care in a safe living environment, reducing distractions and facilitating re-learning of essential life skills. Residential care suits individuals with drug addiction who need more support and security during their recovery than an outpatient program can offer.
Seeking residential treatment is appropriate when you struggle with substance abuse and have completed a detox course to get your life back on track. With your newfound sobriety, you are ready to build the life skills necessary to maintain your lifestyle.
Residential Treatment for Substance Abuse Disorders
Residential treatment can help anyone who is struggling with a substance abuse addiction or alcoholism. More specifically, it is designed for people who benefit from a longer and more structured treatment approach than outpatient treatment facilities can promise between appointments.
It is also extremely beneficial for long-term users who will have continued medical concerns or withdrawal symptoms. The added medical supervision and structure can make a big difference. Residential treatment offers a special opportunity to receive all the care you need through inpatient rehab programs that include mental health and medical monitoring.
Especially if you struggle with a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis, you can receive the assistance you need for mental health issues while also going to support groups for family members, receiving health care, and more.
What is Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Like?
People entering our Palm Beach residential program go through an intake process with our nurses and doctors. As part of the admission process, they undergo a medical and psychological assessment to help identify struggles and needs.
The intake information creates an individual treatment plan that best meets the needs of the individual. They are then provided medications to assist with any physical discomfort or to alleviate mental anguish.
As an evidence-based drug addiction treatment center, we believe in personalized recovery programs in line with suggestions from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. That’s why each client receives unique care under the guidance of qualified professionals.
Inpatient Drug Rehab vs. Outpatient Treatment
Although both types of programs have proven effective when it comes to recovery, there are some fundamental differences between these two types of treatment that should be considered when choosing where you want to spend your recovery journey.
Inpatient care is most often a medically supervised process where patients will typically reside at a facility for a certain amount of time (usually 30 days). This type of program puts focus on incorporating psychotherapy and other behavioral therapies into your treatment in order to facilitate a smooth transition back into the world after rehab.
Outpatient care differs from inpatient care in that it involves some level of group therapy, individual sessions, 12-step meetings, family education sessions, etc. However, unlike inpatient programs, this type of treatment is usually not medically supervised, but there are exceptions to this rule depending on the severity of the addiction or the recommendations of your doctor.
Benefits of Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Belonging to a group of treatment methods within the larger category of inpatient care, residential mental health treatment encourages people to feel safer and more secure. For this reason, it is typically offered as part of a treatment regimen for those who are severely ill with mental illness or substance abuse problems.
The major benefit to these programs is that participants are surrounded by others facing the same struggles they are dealing with on an everyday basis. Having easy access to them can make it much easier for someone to share feelings, ask questions, and open up about what they’re going through without judgment from family members or coworkers.
Residential drug rehab programs encourage privacy. Patients can get away from the day-to-day distractions that may be fueling their addictions. This allows clients to focus on both physical and mental recovery without any outside pressure or influence in a comfortable, home-like setting.
The main goal of inpatient programs is to get people back to “normal” life as quickly as possible by offering therapies and counseling designed to help them work through their problems. The comprehensive care typically offered at these facilities includes:
- Medication administration
- Family education groups
- Psychiatric services
- Spiritual counseling
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
Residential Rehab Therapies for Drug Addiction
Residential treatment focuses on individual and group therapy. By the time people enter a residential program, they are usually beginning to feel normal again which is when you should be identifying factors that lead them into drug use to overcome addictions.
Individual therapy is an excellent way to get the most out of your recovery. Our therapists and staff will help you through various methods that can be used, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for those who struggle with concerning thoughts, harsh feelings, and troubling behaviors after detox.
Group therapy is an excellent way for people who want help with their mental health issues. This type of group, which consists mostly of in-person meetings can be very useful. It allows individuals to feel less alone and gain insight into their actions while identifying avenues towards success.
Medical care is one of the many benefits that come with residential treatment. Many people who enter this type of environment have been damaging their bodies by using drugs, which puts them at risk for medical issues like malnourishment or organ damage. Treatment can be life-saving if identified early on in an intervention program.
Residential treatment centers offer a safe haven for people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol. People in this type of environment will receive medication to comfort them through detox as well, which can help with their withdrawal symptoms when they return home after being detoxed out at an outpatient program.
Residential Rehab Amenities
Residential treatment is the best way for someone with mental health issues to get back on track.
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