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Florida Addiction Treatment

Florida is one of the best states to start your drug or alcohol addiction recovery.

 

Many Florida addiction treatment centers are in serene and beautiful settings. So, recovery can be an uplifting and calming experience.

 

Reprieve Recovery, for example, is located in West Palm Beach, where you can find a range of outpatient programs and recover while living at home.

 

Find out more about addiction treatment in Florida, from what to expect, to where to find it, services, addictions treated, and answers to your common questions.

What Happens in Florida Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

 

What you can expect in a Florida addiction treatment program (also known as alcohol and drug rehab) may vary based on your needs and the rehab center you choose.

 

For example, you may need detoxification, or to rid your body of drugs and alcohol, before beginning treatment.

 

If your addiction is severe, you may need residential treatment first. Then, once your condition is stable, you can move to a less-intensive level of care, like outpatient.

 

Treatment experiences are different for everyone. But here’s what generally happens in a Florida addiction treatment facility:

 

  • Substance abuse assessments
  • Various types of behavioral therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Counseling
  • Case management
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Exercise/recreation
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Aftercare planning

Florida Outpatient Rehab at Reprieve Recovery

 

Here at Reprieve Recovery, an outpatient Florida addiction treatment center, we offer a range of levels of care.

Partial Hospitalization

 

Our most intensive level of care, partial hospitalization programs (PHP) offer ongoing support for people in recovery.

 

These programs are ideal for people who aren’t ready to move on to less-structured outpatient programs, but who don’t need the daily monitoring of inpatient care.

 

Florida PHPs at Reprieve Recovery are offered in both day and evening treatment options.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

 

Following PHPs in intensity are intensive outpatient programs or IOPs. These programs tend to take place three days per week for 9-15 hours.

 

Intensive outpatient care is right for people who have completed more intensive levels of care and are ready for the next step in the recovery journey.

Outpatient Programs

 

Reprieve Recovery also offers Florida residents outpatient services, like therapy sessions and 12-step support groups.

 

This way, patients can stay true to their recovery goals long after their program has ended. Therapy sessions can be tailored to your specific needs and last as long as you want to remain committed to sobriety.

Continuum of Care in Florida Recovery Programs

 

While Reprieve Recovery is an outpatient treatment center, we recognize that some people may need a bit more support during recovery. This is especially true for folks who are just starting out.

 

So, we partner with nearby healthcare providers in the West Palm Beach area to connect our patients with more intensive services as needed.

 

Addiction recovery services we can connect you with in Florida include:

 

  • Drug and alcohol detox programs
  • Inpatient and residential programs
  • Counseling programs (for continuing care)

Health Conditions We Treat in Our Florida Recovery Center

 

Our treatment plans can address a wide range of behavioral health conditions for people in Florida.

Addictions (Substance Use Disorders)

 

Addiction treatment programs are usually tailored to the person, not the addiction. Whether you have alcohol or drug addiction, you can find care for it in Florida.

 

Substance addictions we treat at Reprieve Recovery include:

 

  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine (meth)
  • Prescription drugs, like opioids and amphetamines

Mental Health Disorders

 

In addition to drug and alcohol treatment, you may need care for co-occurring disorders as well. These are mental health disorders that you have along with addiction.

 

For people with co-occurring disorders, treatment services need to address both conditions at the same time. Otherwise, they may not get the wellness results they want, like long-lasting recovery.

 

This integrated care is known as dual diagnosis treatment, and includes both substance abuse and mental health treatment.

 

Mental health issues and behavioral issues which you may find treatment for in Florida rehab centers include:

 

  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Psychosis

Florida Addiction Recovery Services

 

Florida drug and alcohol rehab centers may offer you an array of services. That’s why it’s important to check out any program you want to attend before starting treatment.

 

You want to ensure that the treatment center you’re considering offers the care you require to help you work toward long-term recovery.

 

Services you may find in our South Florida rehab center or in our partner facilities:

 

  • Medical detox: to help you through withdrawal symptoms and break your dependency, so you can recover.
  • Medication-assisted treatment: which works well for people with opioid and alcohol addictions. It helps stave off cravings, keep withdrawal at bay, and allows them to focus on treatment.
  • Inpatient rehab: for people who are fighting physical dependency on drugs such as heroin or alcohol, who need medical detox, or who need a long-term stay to start their recovery.
  • Behavioral therapy: such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which teaches you to identify behaviors that are working against you and adapt new ways to correct them.
  • Family therapy: to help you and your family heal any addiction-related issues and family issues which may lend to substance abuse.
  • Group therapy: including 12-step support groups which provide encouragement from peers.
  • Outpatient rehab: which offers a flexible, lower-commitment treatment option for people who want to attend school, work, or care for families and other duties while in treatment.
  • Relapse prevention: to help you plan for the future in recovery.
  • Aftercare: or a range of care options, such as sober living, you can find to help you stay the path of recovery.

Qualities to Look for in a Florida Addiction Treatment Program

 

Whether you’re searching for a rehab program in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or somewhere else in Florida, it helps to know what to look for.

 

That is, the best Florida rehab centers will feature high-quality treatment standards, prime locations, privacy and protection for patients, and other important qualities.

 

Here’s what to look for in a Florida addiction treatment center:

 

  • Accolades: such as accreditation from a third-party provider. Reprieve Recovery holds the highest accreditation in addiction treatment from the Joint Commission.
  • Ethics: signified by a commitment to providing true, accurate, and timely information. Reprieve Recovery stays on track with their ethical marketing goal by holding a LegitScript certification.
  • Praise: or high ratings or testimonials from past clients who have seen success with the treatment center’s program.
  • High standards: the best treatment centers will provide spacious facilities and a welcoming environment for your recovery.
  • Training/licensing: for the staff and facility to ensure your safety and the best chance at recovery success.
  • Evidence-based care: while alternative treatments can help in recovery, treatments that are backed by years of research have the greatest results.

Payment Options for Florida Drug Rehab

 

Cost is a barrier for a great many people in Florida who need recovery care. Yet many Florida recovery centers offer payment plans and other options to make care more accessible for all.

 

At Reprieve Recovery, we accept health insurance to cover the cost of care. We also work with you and your family members to devise payment plans that work for you — because cost should never keep you from reaching recovery.

 

Keep in mind that insurance coverage largely depends on your plan.

 

To get a full list of our accepted insurance providers, or to let us review your insurance plan and learn what’s covered, call our helpline now.

How to Enter a Florida Addiction Treatment Program

 

If you’re looking for addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one in Florida, know that entering a program doesn’t have to be a complex process.

 

Here’s a step-by-step breakdown of how to find the right Florida rehab program:

 

Step 1. Decide on the Right Level of Care. If you need residential or inpatient care, you’ll need to look for inpatient recovery centers or find treatment centers that partner with these facilities. A healthcare provider can assess your substance use disorder and help you understand what type of treatment you’ll need.

 

Step 2. Choose a Treatment Location. If you’re in Boca Raton or Jacksonville, you probably want to attend a treatment program in your city. Yet not every treatment center has availability. So, find a rehab center that’s near you and offers the best treatment for your needs.

 

Reprieve Recovery can help if you’re located in South Florida.

 

Step 3. Call Your Treatment Center of Choice. They can offer a free initial assessment to verify your insurance and start the admissions process.

 

Why Choose Reprieve for Your Addiction Recovery in Florida?

 

Reprieve Recovery in South Florida offers alcohol and drug treatment that’s a cut above the rest. How?

 

We want to see you succeed in recovery, from before you attend treatment to long after.

 

Here are just a few factors that set our Florida recovery center apart:

 

  • We’re family owned and operated. We know every patient and want to help them succeed in recovery.
  • We offer a holistic approach. Addiction doesn’t just affect your body, but every aspect of your health. That’s why we offer whole-body treatment, whether at our facility or through our partners.
  • We don’t just treat addiction/mental health conditions. Instead, we work to help you restore bonds with your family, make strides in your community, and rebuild your life.
  • Our staff has firsthand experience with addiction. Each day of treatment, you’ll be connected with on-site people who are in long-term recovery.

Find Relief from Drug and Alcohol Abuse at Florida’s Reprieve Recovery

 

Florida alcohol and drug treatment centers can help you conquer substance use issues, manage your mental health, and live the life you were meant to live all along.

 

Reprieve Recovery can give you all the tools you need to fight the battle of recovery — and win.

 

Reach out to us today to learn more about our outpatient programs, connections to detox and inpatient services, and more.

Florida Alcohol and Drug Rehab FAQs

Why do people go to Florida for recovery?

 

People travel from all over the U.S. to recover in Florida because of its many tranquil settings. Start your recovery in Florida by connecting with one of our intake specialists today.

How much does addiction treatment cost in Florida?

 

According to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics, the average total cost for an inpatient rehab program in Florida is $56,640.

 

In contrast, the average total cost for an outpatient rehab program in Florida is $1,705.

Can you recover from alcohol and drug abuse at home?

 

You may be able to recover from drugs and alcohol at home, depending on the severity of your addiction and whether you have a chemical dependency.

 

However, research shows that people who remain with a recovery program for at least 90 days are more likely to recover long-term and are less likely to relapse.

 

Sources

 

American Society of Addiction Medicine. “Definition of Addiction.” Retrieved June 14, 2024 from https://www.asam.org/quality-care/definition-of-addiction

 

National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics. “Average Cost of Drug Rehab.” Retrieved June 14, 2024 from https://drugabusestatistics.org/cost-of-rehab/.

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. “Types of Treatment.” Retrieved June 14, 2024 from https://www.samhsa.gov/find-support/learn-about-treatment/types-of-treatment