Top-Rated Drug Rehab Treatment Center for Residents of Eatontown

There are several reasons why a person may develop a drug addiction. At The Source Treatment Center located in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we help clients from all over the country, including Eatontown, NJ to overcome their addiction by addressing the root causes of it. This is something that is primarily done through participating in different forms of therapy. The types of counseling that you can expect to receive during your time at a top-rated drug detox in Eatontown include: 

  • Trauma-based therapy 
  • Individual therapy 
  • Group therapy 
  • Behavioral therapy 
  • Family therapy 

When you reach out to our intake team, they will be able to provide you with more information regarding what you can expect during these important sessions. 

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.

What Is Inpatient Drug Rehab? 

Many people struggle to establish let alone maintain their sobriety because of the environment around them. Think for a moment how difficult it would be for you to remain focused on the steps that you’re taking toward your sobriety if you were living with a friend or a family member that was struggling with their own addiction. However, when you commit to a residential treatment program, you have the peace of mind of knowing that you’re removing yourself from that type of environment for a period of time. This escape can help you to remain focused on yourself and the steps that you need to take at this stage of your life and your recovery. 


How Long Does Rehab Take? 

When you decide to partner with the treatment team at The Source, you have the peace of mind of knowing that your recovery plan will be 100% customized according to your needs. That means that you will be able to decide the length of your treatment program. For example, there are many people that decide to commit to a 30-day program to start. This may be due to a number of factors. You may not feel comfortable working through a longer program or you may have restrictions when it comes to work or school responsibilities. There are many other people that feel more comfortable starting off in a 60 or even a 90-day treatment plan because of the severity of their addiction. Keep in mind that the treatment plans at The Source are flexible which means that you can start off in a 30-day program and then decide to transition into a longer program. You can also opt to start off in a partial hospitalization program for 30 days and continue your recovery journey in an outpatient drug rehab program. Regardless of which option you take advantage of, you can take comfort in the fact that our recovery team will be there for you every step of the way. 

What Is Outpatient Rehab? 

There is a common misconception that the only way to work through a treatment program is by committing to a partial hospitalization program. This is not the case, however. Through outpatient programs, you can still focus on the steps that you need to take to work through your addiction while still seeing to work or school responsibilities. In fact, a general outpatient program at The Source only requires a person to spend a minimum of three hours per week in group therapy and a minimum of one hour per week in individual therapy. This provides you with plenty of time to still go to work, go to school or simply be in the comfort of your own home. If your schedule changes during the course of your treatment journey, just let our team know and we will work with you to make any changes. 


An intensive outpatient program also referred to as IOP, is a middle-of-the-ground program between a partial hospitalization program and an outpatient program. Whereas a partial hospitalization program requires at least 25 hours of treatment per week and a general outpatient program requires a minimum of four, an intensive outpatient program requires at least nine. This makes an IOP an ideal option for a person that may have part-time work or school responsibilities or maybe working on transitioning into “normal” life after a partial hospitalization program. You will still experience the same forms of therapy as our PHP or OP clients while still having the flexibility to do other things throughout your day or week. 


A partial hospitalization program may be just what you need to begin a new phase in your life. When you take advantage of the partial hospitalization program at The Source you will have the opportunity to live in one of our beautiful single-family residences. Not only does this give you the option to heal in luxury, but you also have quick and easy access to many of the sober activities that are in and around the Fort Lauderdale area such as the beach or local NA or AA meetings. You will participate in therapy at certain points throughout your day and with your downtime, you will be encouraged to interact with other people that are working through their own treatment program and truly reflect on the different lessons that you’re learning during the time that you’re in recovery. Remember, if there is anything that our team can do to make your stay with us more successful, just let us know and we will do everything that we can to accommodate. 

At The Source Treatment Center, you can count on our treatment team to go above and beyond to ensure that you have the recovery resources that you need to work through your addiction. Whether this disease is something that has been plaguing you for months or for years, our staff will provide you with the individualized care and attention that you need and deserve when you’re ready to overcome your addiction. For more information about what you can expect when you work with our Fort Lauderdale-based team, please give us a call 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.