When it becomes necessary to seek professional help for alcohol addiction, residential programs are usually the best option. Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches’ facilities offer quality Florida residential alcohol rehab in a distraction-free and supportive environment. These programs offer therapeutic recreational activities and the care and guidance patients need to successfully recover from alcohol abuse. It\'s never too late to take your life back, and we\'ve proven this time and again by helping patients in every stage of alcoholism find their way back to a happy and healthy life.
Our Strengths Mean Your Success
There are a great many things that distinguish Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches’ programs from others. Our extensive resources, cutting-edge philosophy, and most of all our commitment to patient care have enabled us to become one of the premier behavioral healthcare organizations in the nation.
- Onsite medical detox prior to residential rehab
- A full staff of accomplished and published research experts that heavily influence our program development
- Specially tailored programs that focus on patients\' careers, spirituality, and relationships
- Expert psychological counseling by industry-leading mental health professionals
Helping You Find Your Way Back
Alcoholism is the number-one addiction problem in Florida and the rest of the United States. Unfortunately, many patients experience set-back after set-back in their pursuit of sobriety and better quality of life. Many programs fall short of what is needed to effectively treat the whole patient. This leads to unresolved issues that trigger relapse and another attempt at rehab. After a long enough cycle, patients very often get discouraged from rehab altogether and give up trying to stay sober.
Alcoholism is a disease; it doesn\'t manifest overnight and can\'t be treated with a â€œquick-fix solution.â€ Our Florida residential alcohol rehab programs give patients the necessary time to heal and start rebuilding their lives. We also work hard to involve patients\' families and loved ones in their recovery. Most recovering alcoholics have allowed drinking to severely strain their closest relationships. We recognize that reconnecting with the people they love is critical to a patient\'s successful long-term sobriety and work hard to provide them with a foundation on which they can begin to mend their broken relationships.