Are you combating an addiction to drugs? Have you come to a point in your life where you are ready to commit to a treatment plan? Before you’re able to dig into your recovery, it’s imperative that you first go through the detox process. When you have a long-standing addiction or you have a substance abuse issue with a highly addictive substance, you will feel certain physical and psychological symptoms when you no longer consume your drug of choice.

The Source Treatment Center has developed relationships with incredible detox facilities throughout the country. These teams of experienced individuals will closely monitor your symptoms and ensure that you’re well cared for during this important time in your recovery.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

Why Choose The Source

At The Source, we take a personalized approach to addiction treatment. From the moment that you reach out to us, we begin to put a plan in place that will get you the care that you need as you start to take steps toward over addiction treatment. During your initial phone call, we encourage you to leave no stone unturned when it comes to the details of your addiction. We pride ourselves on maintaining a judgment free approach to recovery which will help you to feel comfortable sharing these details.

We will also need to know of any diagnosed psychological or physical components of your overall health. For example, if you’re currently on medication for a certain condition, we will need to know that so we can factor it into your plan not only for detox but for your long-term recovery.

What Can I Expect During Drug Detox

Drug detox can be a difficult endeavor for many people. Sometimes, clients are afraid to end their addictive ways because they are more afraid of the symptoms that they will experience during detox than anything else. When you trust The Source to provide you with options for the best detox facilities in your area, however, you can rest assured that you will be in excellent hands from the beginning of your withdrawal to the end. When you reach out to us and we learn more about your addiction, we will be able to give you a more detailed overview regarding what you can expect throughout your time in detox.

How Long Does Detox Last?

The majority of clients that need to work through this type of program will need to spend at least one week in detox. It’s important to remember that withdrawal symptoms come on quite quickly with most clients beginning to experience withdrawal symptoms within mere hours from the last time that they consumed their drug of choice. These symptoms usually heighten in intensity between the first and the third day that you’re withdrawing, and you should begin to feel somewhat normal between the fifth and the seventh day.

Keep in mind that this timeframe may need to be adjusted depending on your drug of choice and severity. Overall, however, you should never attempt to go through the detox process alone. Withdrawal symptoms are incredibly unpredictable and could be potentially life threatening so you should always be under the care of a trained medical professional.

What Happens After Drug Detox

Once you complete your drug rehab in Florida, the work begins on putting together a long-term treatment plan so that you will be able to maintain your sobriety for the rest of your life. One of the leading decisions that you will need to make once you near the end of your detox program is the type of program you would like to participate in.

As one of the best options for drug detox and treatment, we understand that addiction recovery can never fit into a one size fits all category which is why we offer recovery programs that can be specifically tailored to suit your needs. In most cases, we will strongly recommend that you take advantage of our partial hospitalization program. This program gives you the opportunity to live in one of our incredible single-family residences throughout the course of your recovery plan. On average, treatment plans last anywhere between 30 and 90 days, however, we can adjust the duration of your program as needed.

Partial hospitalization program clients typically spend approximately 25 hours per week in treatment with the remaining amount of time enjoying the luxurious amenities that our residences provide. You will have quick and easy access to the beautiful Fort Lauderdale beach as well as our team who will provide you with the around the clock care that you need. Whether you need to talk to someone about something that bothered you during the day or you’re struggling with cravings, you can count on our team to be there for you any time, any day.

For clients that are unable to enroll in our partial hospitalization program or recently completed this type of treatment, we offer the option of an intensive outpatient program. There are many advantages of utilizing this type of program. For instance, we require our intensive outpatient program clients to complete a minimum of nine hours of treatment per week in comparison to 25 hours. This gives you a better opportunity to still receive the care that you need while beginning to develop an understanding of what you need to do to adjust back into the normal swing of life now that you’re sober.

If you have a job or you go to school, it’s possible that you may not be able to commit yourself to nine hours of treatment per week through our general outpatient program. Our outpatient program requires that you spend a minimum of four hours per week in treatment. Three of those hours will be dedicated to group therapy while you will spend at least one hour per week in individual counseling. Although relapse prevention is a critical component of every treatment plan, this will be a key focus during an outpatient program due to the fact that you will be faced with possible temptation for longer periods of time.

Regardless of the treatment plan that you choose, you will take part in certain forms of therapy that will help to address the root cause of your addiction. At The Source, we help you to focus on traumatic events in your life that may have contributed to your addiction. For example, if you were a first responder or you were assaulted in some way at some point during your life, these events can have a long lasting and negative impact on you if they are not addressed appropriately. We work with clients who can clearly identify these traumas as well as clients that need additional help in doing so.

Individual therapy will play an important role throughout your recovery because it provides you with the unique opportunity to be able to speak with a member of our team in a one-on-one setting. It’s understandable that some aspects of these traumatic events you may not feel comfortable sharing in a group setting. Individual therapy also gives you an excellent opportunity to check in with our team to see how you are progressing throughout your treatment and if any adjustments need to be made to the plan. Remember, we can also adjust the duration of your treatment program or take a different approach to counseling depending on your needs.

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for a person that is struggling with addiction to lose the important relationships in their life, specifically relationships with family members which is one of the reasons why we give every client the opportunity to participate in family therapy when they come to the point in their recovery where they feel ready to do so. Family therapy gives you the chance to begin putting your relationship with your family members back together. These sessions will take place in a neutral environment and give you and your loved ones the chance to express their emotions regarding addiction and begin to provide you with additional support in your recovery.

Of course, trauma therapy will also play a focal role in your addiction treatment. Members of our staff have been uniquely trained in different trauma therapy techniques that can help you to address these traumas in such a way that doesn’t trigger your addiction or cause you additional pain. We will assess you when you first begin treatment so that we can work with you on the best trauma therapy for you.

At The Source Treatment Center, we focus on providing our clients with the holistic care that they need and deserve during this critical time in their life. Whether you have tried to go through drug detox in Boynton Beach or addiction recovery before or this is your first time asking for help, you can rest assured that our team will provide you with the personalized care that you not only need but that you deserve. Are you ready to learn more about what our team has to offer you? Get in touch with us today at (800) 204-0418.


If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.