When you are struggling with an addiction to alcohol, prescription medication, or drugs? Are you ready to leave your addiction in the past and move forward with living a healthier life? Do you feel overwhelmed and not entirely sure where to start? Our drug rehab in Boynton Beach team is here to help. We offer a safe haven for our Boynton Beach clients that come to our Fort Lauderdale location.
As one of the top rated outpatient treatment centers for drug or alcohol addiction in the area, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with a life changing experience. We work with each one of our clients on a personal level so that we can learn more about what may have led them to addiction in the first place. At The Source, we believe that when you can address the core traumas in your life that may have triggered your addiction, there is a better chance that you may be able to overcome your addiction for the rest of your life.
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.
Can I Work During Outpatient Rehab?
An understandable concern among many clients that decide to enroll in our outpatient program is whether or not they will be able to work during the course of their treatment. We realize that many of our clients are in a position where they don’t have the option to not work which is why we do everything that we can to coordinate with you so that your work life is not negatively impacted as a result of the fact that you need to come to our Fort Lauderdale location for treatment.
When you come to The Source, we will assign you a case manager that can help you to communicate with your employer regarding your treatment process. Keep in mind that federal law does not mandate that you provide your employer with the specific details of your treatment plan. However, discussing your recovery needs with your employer can feel overwhelming which is a burden that we can help to take off your plate.
What is Outpatient Drug Rehab Like?
When you are working your way through an outpatient program, you will likely feel a multitude of emotions. Hope, anxiety, uncertainty and relief are all examples of things that you may experience as you work toward completing your program. When you begin your program, it’s important that you make the decision to maintain an open mind and open heart throughout the process. This will help you to get the most out of your time in each therapy session. Remember that our team is always available to speak with you in more detail on a personal level if you feel uncomfortable during any aspect of your treatment program.
What To Expect During Outpatient Rehab?
Your experience at The Source will depend on the outpatient program that you select. Some of our clients decide to work through an intensive outpatient program. This program does not provide the around the clock support that our partial hospitalization program does, however, it does supply you with a more structured program as opposed to our general outpatient program.
Our intensive outpatient program requires that clients participate in a minimum of 9 hours of treatment per week. Our treatment will incorporate a variety of therapeutic techniques that specifically address the traumas that you may have experienced during the course of your life. Whether you were a first responder and have had trouble overcoming a particularly stressful situation or you suffered from physical or emotional abuse during your life, our team has experience in helping clients from all backgrounds through their addiction.
We realize that due to other responsibilities, a client may not be able to commit to an intensive outpatient program. Our general outpatient program is less restrictive; however, it will still provide you with the support that you need to work through the facets of your addiction. A general outpatient program at The Source requires a client to commit to a minimum of three hours of group therapy as well as one hour of individual therapy. Group therapy will help you not only to talk freely about your addiction with other people that have gone through their own issues with addiction but also help you to make connections with the people that you speak with. In addition to attending group therapy, we also recommend that you attend 12-step meetings in your area. You will notice the similarities between group therapy and a 12-step meeting. Taking this step will only help you continue to grow and heal.
General outpatient clients are also required to spend at least an hour in one on one therapy per week. Individual therapy will help you to talk about events in your life that you may not yet feel comfortable speaking about in a group setting. You will be able to speak about a variety of topics including how you feel you are progressing through your treatment plan, what you feel the triggers are in your life and what steps you can take to prevent a relapse at any point in your recovery. If you feel like any adjustments need to be made to your treatment plan, we can help you to do this during these sessions.
Why Choose The Source?
When you come to The Source, you can rest assured that you will receive all of the care and considerations that you need to be able to overcome your addiction. We work with each one of our clients on a personal level which will help you to make the most out of your time at our Fort Lauderdale facility. A member of our team is available around the clock to help you begin your journey toward recovery. In most cases, we will be able to have you set up with the framework of a treatment plan within 24 hours so that you don’t have to live another day with the stresses of addiction. Call us today at (800) 204-0418.