The Best PHP Programs for Alcohol, RX & Drug Addiction 

Are you struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol and you feel as though due to your surroundings you’re simply unable to commit to sobriety? If the answer is yes, then you wouldn’t be alone. Every day there are countless people throughout the Cincinnati area who grapple with addiction but never seem to be able to stick to a recovery program because they aren’t in the right type of environment. Committing to a partial hospitalization program provides you with that basis and foundation to completely change your world in a way that you never thought was possible. 

One of the leading reasons why so many people make the decision to commit to a partial hospitalization program is the fact that it gives you the opportunity to remove yourself from the influences in your life that may be negatively impacting your sobriety. If you make the choice to come to The Source, our Fort Lauderdale based facility will provide you with a beautiful single-family residence that you will call home for the next 30, 60, or 90-days. You will participate in a minimum of 25 hours of therapy per week so that you can truly overcome your addiction all while having unlimited access to your treatment team and the incredible amenities that our facility has to offer. 

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 Does Alcohol Rehab Consist Of? 

Your experience in alcohol rehab will be greatly dependent on the treatment program that you select. Whereas a partial hospitalization requires a commitment of 25 hours in therapy per week, an outpatient program will require less of an hourly commitment per week. For instance, an intensive outpatient program requires just nine hours of therapy per week whereas a general outpatient program requires just three. Your time in the Cincinnati addiction center will revolve around participating in various forms of therapy all while making connections with other people that are working through their own recovery program as well as your treatment team. 


There are many different types of therapy that you can expect to experience during your time in alcohol rehab. One of the main forms of therapy that you will experience regardless of the treatment program that you select is group therapy. If you have ever been to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting before, you will notice that the tone of an AA meeting and a group therapy session are similar in many ways. During the course of group therapy, you will have the opportunity to share your experiences in active addiction as well as what steps you can take to maintain your sobriety and work through your substance abuse issues. 

Another key form of therapy that you will experience during your time in treatment is individual therapy. It’s likely that there may be different events in your life that you simply don’t feel comfortable discussing in front of other people in a group environment. This is where individual therapy can be incredibly beneficial. During individual therapy, you will meet with your treatment team in a personalized environment so that you can feel more comfortable and at ease during the process of working through the emotions associated with that event. 

First, Alcohol Detox – Then Rehab 

It’s important to understand that many people that are struggling with addiction can’t simply jump into the rehab process. In order for them to truly make the most out of their time in treatment, they must first go through the detox process. Whether or not you need to first go through detox will be greatly dependent on the severity of your alcohol addiction. This is one of the reasons why it’s critically important that you are upfront and honest regarding the severity of your addiction when you initially reach out to our intake team. 

As one of the best options for addiction treatment for Cincinnati residents, we believe that it’s imperative that you have direct and immediate options for detox which is why we have partnered with a number of detox facilities in and around Cincinnati area. In just a short period of time from the time that you originally reach out to us, you will have a treatment plan in place that will account for any time that you need to spend in detox. 

On average, detox will last approximately seven days with the first 72 hours of your time in the treatment being the most difficult. The withdrawal symptoms that you will experience during your time in detox could be potentially deadly which is the main reason why you should never attempt to go through the detox process on your own. 

Getting to the Root of Alcohol Addiction 

Every person that has struggled with addiction can typically look back to one event in their life that may have triggered their addiction. In several cases, there may be a series of events that negatively impacted their sobriety. Getting to the root cause of your addiction is critical if you want to be able to maintain your sobriety for the rest of your life. When you try to navigate these events on your own, there is a higher possibility that you may simply fall back into the trap of addiction because these events are too painful for you to relive without proper psychological care. When you come to The Source, you can take comfort in the fact that you will be surrounded by a team of caring and supportive individuals there for you whenever you need them. 

Are you ready to make a concerted change in your life and overcome your addiction to alcohol? If the answer is yes, then the addiction experts at The Source Treatment Center are here and ready to help you. With years of experience in the industry, we pride ourselves on providing every client with the unique and personalized attention that they need to tackle their addiction once and for all. For more information about what you can expect when you come to our Fort Lauderdale facility for addiction treatment, please get in touch with us 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.