Who can provide substance abuse treatment?

Addiction is not a moral issue, it is a disease and it should be treated as such. There are millions of Americans that are struggling with drug abuse and alcohol problems and as a result, the families are suffering too. Both the patient and their family should have the opportunity to recover from the disease of addiction.

What Is The Addiction Treatment Process?

Your loved one will go through different phases of treatment depending on their progress and therapeutic suggestions. The different phases include detox, inpatient program, outpatient program (Partial Hospitalization Program, PHP & Intensive Outpatient Program, IOP), and sober living. Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient may sound like big scary words, but they aren’t. Your loved one has the opportunity to live at our Halfway house while attending PHP during the day. Once your loved one has graduated from PHP, they may be then suggested to attend our IOP during the night. IOP gives a little more freedom so that your loved one has time during the day to attend school, work, etc…those who attend the full continuum of care program found greater success at staying clean and sober long-term.

Information & Resources

Understanding the Recovery Process: 5 Stages of Recovery from Addiction

How Do I Not Enable My Love One?

Am I an Alcoholic or Addict? Video & Quiz

What is Detox? Medical Detox Video

Florida Marchman Act

Florida Baker Act

Affording Treatment: How much is your life worth?

SAMHSA: A Booklet for Families

You are not alone and if at any time you need to talk, we hope that we can be of service to you. Please do not hesitate to call or contact us day or night. We understand the addiction recovery process can sometimes be overwhelming, and we want you to know that we are here to help in any way that we can.

24/7 National Crisis Helpline: 1-877-975-4837

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Together we can and do recover!

 

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