If you have an addiction to alcohol, it’s possible that you may feel that you are caught in a cycle that you can seemingly never break. Every morning you may wake up with the best intentions. Today is going to be the day that you finally overcome your addiction. However, with the right type of professional support, it’s always possible to recover from the negative impact of addiction. 

At The Source Treatment Center, we offer alcohol detox programs for Indianapolis residents at our Fort Lauderdale location. We take the time to get to know every client that gets in touch with our treatment facility so that we can truly help them to work through the different factors that are associated with their addiction. Through interacting with our team and other clients during therapy and taking part in different sober friendly activities, you will begin to learn what you need to do to live a healthier 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.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

One of the important factors when it comes to recovery is having the opportunity to change the people, places and things around you. If you live with a person that may have a negative influence on you when it comes to your sobriety or if you live in an area that heavily influenced your addiction, it’s likely that you may find it difficult if not impossible for you to actually establish let alone maintain your sobriety. This is just one of the reasons why we developed our partial hospitalization program. 

Opting to work through a partial hospitalization program gives you a unique opportunity to change your environment throughout the course of your recovery. Regardless of whether you decide to work through a 30, 60 or 90-day program, we will provide you with welcoming and luxurious home away from home accommodations at one of our single residence properties. You will still have unlimited access to our treatment team while having quick and easy access to the beautiful Fort Lauderdale beach as well as the opportunity to attend 12-step meetings that are local to the area.

It’s important to remember that the majority of your time in our partial hospitalization program will be spent taking part in different forms of therapy. The reason for this is because it’s critical for us to help you to identify the root cause of your addiction. For example, you may develop a better understanding of this during individual therapy where you can speak on a personal level with our treatment team. Although we will always encourage you to participate in group therapy and trauma therapy, it’s understandable that at first you may feel more at ease speaking in a one on one manner to our addiction therapist about these life changing events in your life. 

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab 

We recognize the fact that not every client is able to commit to a partial hospitalization program for one reason or another. For instance, if a client works or goes to school full time, they may be in a situation where they simply cannot put their career or their school life on hold to be able to work through a partial hospitalization program. If you fall into this category, it doesn’t mean that you cannot receive the addiction treatment that you need. Through an outpatient program, you will be able to get the help that you need while still seeing to these important responsibilities in your life. 

What is Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Like? 

An intensive outpatient program and a general outpatient program are flexible treatment plans that help you to tackle your addiction. Selecting the type of outpatient program that is right for you is a personal decision, however, it’s one that we recommend that you make with the help of our recovery team. We will do everything that we can to help develop a program that doesn’t interfere with your current responsibilities so that you can make the most out of your time in treatment. Remember, if your schedule changes be sure to let us know so that we can help you to make adjustments so that you can continue to participate in treatment. 

What is Alcohol Rehab Like at The Source? 

Your time in alcohol rehab will primarily be spent learning more about and healing from the root cause of your addiction. The Source Treatment Center team focuses on helping our clients to identify and heal from the consequences of addiction. Therapy will be the main way that you learn how to address this root cause. With years of experience assisting Indianapolis residents through the ups and downs of their addiction and recovery, you can rest assured that, as long as you are open to it, you will learn the tools that you need to become sober. 

What Happens After Rehab? 

Something that we always caution our clients about is the fact that coming to our alcohol or women’s rehab is only the first step in a lifelong journey toward recovery. While it’s imperative that you actively participate in your treatment program during the time that you are with us, it’s just as important that you take the time to continue your recovery after you’re done with your initial treatment plan. For example, we always recommend that you consider taking part in our aftercare program or locating a 12-step meeting that is in the Indianapolis area. Doing so will allow you to grow your system of support which is a critical aspect of long term recovery. 

Whether you’re interested in working through our partial hospitalization program or you feel as though you’re more well-suited for one of our outpatient programs, you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you will receive the care that you need from the moment that you reach out to our intake team. For more information about why we have the best alcohol rehab program for residents of Indianapolis, please give us a call at (800) 426-1818.

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.