Patients from all over the world travel to Florida seeking help with their drug addiction. The state’s warm and comfortable climate, soothing atmosphere and wide variety of treatment choices have made it the number-one recovery destination in the country. This is both helpful and problematic for patients, as they have many options to choose from, but might not necessarily realize which facility can adequately address their needs. In an effort to quickly begin the treatment process, patients and their loved ones commonly choose a treatment program out of haste. This approach can, and often does, result in premature exit from the program and subsequent relapse. This set-back can be avoided if prospective patients know what to look for.
Our cutting-edge treatment philosophy -- based on evidence-based practices, specialized areas of expertise, extensive resources, and our outstanding clinical staff -- has made us a leader in mental health treatment. We’ve worked hard over the past fifteen years to research, anticipate, and treat each patient’s unique care needs. Each member of our staff is trained to treat co-occurring disorders and administer dual diagnosis care. We’ve developed a comprehensive menu of services so patients and their loved ones can enjoy the peace-of-mind of knowing they chose a Florida drug rehab center that is equipped to successfully treat their conditions, no matter how complex.
What to Look for in a Rehab Program
In an effort to be sure you or your loved one is getting the best care, there are a few non-negotiable factors to make sure of before making your decision.
Below are just some of the distinctions that have made Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches a leader in addiction care:
- Medically Supervised Detox
- Accomplished and Published Research Department
- Multi-tier plans that are customized according to each patient’s care needs
- Spiritual and nutritional counseling
- Alumni support and aftercare program
- Transitional living services that help patients readjust to their world while in recovery
- Family involvement and professionally-centered therapy programs
Many facilities don’t have the means to treat the complex psychological trauma that plagues patients and sends them spiraling into addiction. By treating the whole patient, we’re able to lay the groundwork for relapse prevention and a successful long-term recovery.