Drug Rehab

Does Drug Rehab Work?

When you fully commit to a drug rehab plan, you can rest assured that you will reap the benefits. Although the specifics of your program may be different from that of another client, if you are ready to overcome your drug addiction, drug rehab can be highly effective.

Can Drug Rehab Be Forced?

One of the cunning aspects of addiction is that you can never force a person to go to drug rehab if they’re not ready for it. Keep in mind that a professional interventionist is on our team and available to help you have an effective intervention with a loved one and have the best chance of encouraging them to seek treatment. However, until a person is truly ready to change their life they will not be able to fully overcome addiction.

How Much Does Drug Rehab Cost?

It’s important to remember that we create individualized drug rehab programs for every client that comes to us for drug rehab. As a result, the cost of your treatment plan will likely be different from that of another client. The best way to find out how much drug rehab costs is to give us a call so we can assess your needs, verify your insurance benefits, and help you understand how much your unique drug rehab plan will cost. 

Do Drug Rehabs Take Insurance?

Our drug rehab facility accepts most private insurance coverage. Under the Affordable Care Act, all ACA-compliant plans must provide some level of coverage for alcohol and drug rehab.  Keep in mind that all insurance plans are different and there could be certain limitations to what your insurance will cover. If you have questions or concerns about your coverage for drug rehab, let us know. A member of our team can verify your benefits and ensure that you can take full advantage of your insurance.

Can You Leave Drug Rehab?

You are free to leave drug rehab at any time, however, we are happy to report that once here, our clients rarely want to leave.  If someone is considering leaving our drug rehab program we will work closely with them to understand what struggles are prompting these feelings. Together we will work through the difficult emotions our clients face as they work their way through the inevitable highs and lows of drug rehab.  We understand these struggles because we’ve been there ourselves.  And we can tell you that staying the course and achieving a life in recovery has been the most rewarding decision we could have ever made.

What is Outpatient Drug Rehab?

Outpatient drug rehab is a treatment program that’s well-suited for clients that have personal or professional responsibilities to maintain while they also realize they need help to overcome addiction. In outpatient drug rehab, patients come to our facility for treatment for a minimum of four hours a week and participate in a combination of group and individual therapy..

Does Outpatient Drug Rehab Work?

In order for an outpatient drug rehab program to work, a client must understand that he or she needs to find a balance between coming to our facility for treatment, attending additional 12-step meetings throughout the week while still adhering to any other responsibilities that they have. Our team will work with you to develop an outpatient drug rehab plan to give you every opportunity to be successful in recovering from addiction.

What is Holistic Drug Rehab?

The purpose of our holistic drug rehab programs is to help you recover as a whole person, not just to stop using drugs. Our holistic treatment begins with a comprehensive physical and psychological evaluation so that we can develop a drug rehab program that will heal the underlying physical, mental, and emotional issues to lead you down the path of addiction.  We will help you transform your life in fundamental ways so that in addition to staying sober, you can live a life of real joy and happiness.

How Long Does Drug Rehab Last?

The length of drug rehab programs can vary widely from one client to the next. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that works for your unique needs. Our team tries to avoid putting a timeframe on your program because there are a number of variables that need to be considered including the severity of your addiction and your current physical and emotional state. Most treatment plans will last anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

How Long is Short-Term Rehab?

We understand that clients have different needs and goals. Many of our clients don’t need long-term rehab, others perhaps aren’t ready to completely commit to an extended rehab plan. Our Stabilization program can help to get you on the right track and provide you with the individualized attention that you need to make lasting changes in your life. This two-week partial hospitalization program allows clients to begin to recover under our care. If you decide that you would like to extend this program into a long-term one, we are happy to oblige.

What is Inpatient Drug Rehab?

An inpatient drug rehab gives a person that opportunity to change the environment around them for a period of time while they begin to work through the rehabilitation process. When you make the decision to come to our drug rehab through our partial hospitalization program, we will provide you with a safe and sober environment in the form of a luxurious single family residence where you will live for the duration of your treatment plan.  

What Do You Do During Drug Rehab?

Your time in drug rehab will be spent addressing and overcoming the root cause of addiction which is usually found in experiencing some form of trauma at some point in your life. You will take part in different forms of counseling and therapy that will help you to work through these events in a healthy way so that you’re not further traumatized by them.  

Do Inpatient Drug Rehabs have Pools?

Our beautiful single family residences not only have pools but they are also within close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale beach. We encourage you to take advantage of the amenities that our properties have to offer which will help you to feel more comfortable and at ease as you begin to conquer your addiction.  

Can You Watch TV During Rehab?

While the majority of your time in drug rehab will be spent participating in therapy, you will have downtime during your day. You can certainly take that time to watch television, read a book or simply sit outside and enjoy the beautiful Florida weather.  

Do Drug Rehabs Allow Cell Phones?

Although you will be able to bring your cell phone with you, you will only be allowed to use it at certain times during the day if you are part of our partial hospitalization program. The parameters of your treatment program is something that we will review with you both during your intake call as well as when you come to our facility.

How Does Outpatient Drug Rehab Work?

Our outpatient programs are more flexible treatment options in the sense that you will have the opportunity to build a treatment program around your work or school schedule while still receiving the addiction care that you need. We will always do everything that we can to avoid putting you in the position of having to choose between your care or your personal or professional responsibilities.

What to Expect after Drug Rehab?

After drug rehab, we will recommend that you continue on in your recovery journey through participating in our aftercare program as well as attending 12-step meetings that are local to your area. We can provide you with more information about our aftercare program when you get toward the end of your time in your drug rehab program.

Why Does Drug Rehab Fail Sometimes?

Recovery is a lifelong journey. Unfortunately, many clients will relapse after rehab as addiction is a chronic condition. The reasons for this may vary, however, it’s important to remember that if you do relapse, it does not mean that you or your treatment have failed.  It simply means that it’s time to reassess.  Our treatment team is always there for you to help you get back on track and restart your journey toward lasting sobriety.  

Does Drug Rehab Qualify for FMLA?

Recent developments associated with the Family Medical Leave Act now allow for a person to utilize this option to receive the addiction care that they need. If you need assistance in speaking with your employer about your decision to come to our drug rehab, let us know and we can speak with you about having this conversation.

Can Drug Rehab be Done at Home?

We never recommend that you go through the drug rehab process by yourself. For one, detoxing at home can be dangerous.  Also, the support and camaraderie that comes with collaborating with other individuals working through their own treatment programs is an important part of the recovery process. You will be able to make connections with our addiction experts who will be there for you and with you on your good days and your bad days.