An addiction to alcohol starts off in different ways for different people. For instance, when a person takes their first sip of alcohol, it’s highly unlikely that they do so with the intention of developing an addiction. More often than not, a person develops an alcohol addiction because they are using the substance as a way to self-medicate as a result of a trauma that they sustained.

The Source Treatment Center team works personally with our clients to develop a better understanding of the events in their life that may have led to their addiction. We pride ourselves on continuously maintaining an environment that is judgment-free so our clients feel comfortable interacting with us regardless of their history or background.

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

It’s important to understand that making the decision to overcome your addiction is only the first step in your overall recovery. An important consideration to take into account is your living arrangement. Unfortunately, there are countless people who have the best intentions when it comes to overcoming their addiction, however, they aren’t able to do so because of their living arrangements. For instance, if a client lives with a person that doesn’t understand that addiction is a disease and not a choice or another person in the home is struggling with their own addiction, that client may find it difficult if not impossible to maintain their own sobriety.

One of the benefits of our partial hospitalization program is the fact that it provides you with a safe and welcoming environment where you can truly focus on your recovery and your well-being. We will arrange for you to live in one of our luxurious single-family residences which is within close proximity to the beautiful Fort Lauderdale beach. You will also have the peace of mind of knowing that you have access to a member of our team any time that you need them. If you feel as though there are changes that need to be made in your treatment plan, just let us know and we will do the best that we can to accommodate.

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

For many people that reach out to us, a partial hospitalization program simply isn’t an option due to personal or professional responsibilities. For instance, many clients have a job that doesn’t allow them to take a leave of absence. As a result, they mistakenly believe that they won’t be able to commit to treatment. This isn’t the case when you work with The Source team. Our outpatient programs are structured in such a way so that you can still see to your different responsibilities and receive the help that you need. We will do everything that we can to work around your schedule so that you can finally achieve the goals that you have for yourself and your sobriety.

What is Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Like?

An outpatient treatment plan is similar to a partial hospitalization program in the sense that you will still take part in different forms of therapy to help come to the root cause of your addiction. However, our outpatient clients will not be required to spend the same number of hours in treatment as our PHP clients. For instance, our intensive outpatient program clients are only required to spend a minimum of nine hours per week in treatment while our general outpatient clients are required to spend a minimum of four hours per week in counseling.

What is Alcohol Rehab Like at The Source?

It’s important to remember that your experience in alcohol detox will be greatly dependent on the treatment program that you select. Whether you opt to work through a partial hospitalization program or our outpatient program, you can rest assured that every time you come to our facility you will be met with nothing less than the hands-on care that you need during this time in your life. Although the majority of your time at The Source will be spent in therapy, we encourage you to interact with our team or other clients whenever you can as this will help you feel more comfortable with your surroundings.

We always caution our clients that some aspects of alcohol or women’s rehab may be difficult. Remember, you’re going to be talking about experiences that are likely painful. However, with a combination of our support as well as trauma-based therapy, you will come to find that these experiences no long create the negative or unhealthy reaction that they once did.

What Happens After Rehab?

As addiction experts, we recognize the fact that your recovery doesn’t end once you complete your treatment program at The Source. This is just one of the reasons why we took the time to develop our Alumni Program. Clients that decide to take advantage of our Alumni Program have the opportunity to interact with other clients that have completed their own recovery plan. Throughout the year we will provide you with information regarding social get togethers specifically designed for our alumni. Also, we host monthly group sessions which will help you to connect with others. Regardless of whether you completed a partial hospitalization program or one of our outpatient programs, you will have access to our Alumni Program any time.

Keep in mind that it’s always important for you to maintain healthy routines and habits once you finish treatment. We strongly recommend that you take the opportunity to attend local Philadelphia 12-step meetings any time you can. This is something that is particularly important because, similar to group sessions at The Source, you will have the chance to establish your system of support once you return back home.

Are you ready to learn more about one of the best alcohol rehab programs in Fort Lauderdale? A member of our team is available right now to help you get started on a treatment program for you. We encourage you to reach out to 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.