Does Drug Rehab Work?
Can Drug Rehab Be Forced?
How Much Does Drug Rehab Cost?
Do Drug Rehabs Take Insurance?
Can You Leave Drug Rehab?
What is Outpatient Drug Rehab?
Does Outpatient Drug Rehab Work?
What is Holistic Drug Rehab?
How Long Does Drug Rehab Last?
How Long is Short-Term Rehab?
What is Inpatient Drug Rehab?
What Do You Do During Drug Rehab?
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?
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?
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.