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Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Residential rehab is designed to immerse patients in their recovery and give them the time they need to properly heal, build their confidence, and relearn how to develop relationships. Residential patients also have the benefit of supervision and a safe environment during the more vulnerable points in their recovery, specifically right after detox.

Residential alcohol and drug rehab is the best option for individuals battling serious drug or alcohol abuse.

As committed as an individual may be to their recovery, many who choose outpatient care don’t get the level of treatment they need and wind up relapsing as a result. Residential alcohol and drug rehab provides patients with the opportunity to recover and heal with no outside disruptions or distractions. This in-depth process encourages self-examination, life skills building, and community living. Through shared experiences and group counseling, patients develop long-term bonds with their doctors and each other. These relationships are a great source of support once patients are out of treatment and have rejoined their families and communities. 

Get The Level of Treatment You Need

Very often, particularly in the case of full-blown addiction, removal from the toxic circumstances and factors that contributed to their substance abuse is the only way to truly rehabilitate patients. This is where patients truly identify their strengths, weaknesses, fears, and sources of confidence.

A Safe, Comfortable, and Discrete Healing Environment

Make no mistake, rehab calls for a total change in lifestyle. Part of the healing experience of our residential alcohol and drug rehab is the residence itself: a safe space in which a patient can attempt to reexamine one's habits and behaviors. Depending upon which program they choose, patients receive care at one of our comfortable, amenity-filled facilities and have access to some of the nation’s leading mental health professionals. Residents complete a targeted, customized care plan, incorporating elements such as:

  • Group and individual counseling
  • Specialized occupational therapy
  • Spiritual counseling
  • Trauma and depression treatment

Once patients are ready to leave residential treatment, we are here to provide transitional support and assistance.

Comprehensive Care for Healthy Living

Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches recognizes that recovery is about more than simply getting off drugs and alcohol. Our residential alcohol and drug rehab programs allow patients to safely and healthily manage the trauma and mental disorders that led them toward addiction, so that they can continue to live fulfilling lives.

Break your addiction by breaking your habits and changing your lifestyle. Our residential alcohol and drug rehab offers innovative therapies, group and individual counseling and an environment free from drugs, alcohol or any distractions. If you’re ready to change your life, contact (888) 432-2467 to get started today.

 

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Infographic: Residential Rehab vs Short-term Detox

This infographic examines the strengths and weaknesses of residential rehab vs short-term detox in the treatment of substance abuse. The bar graphs within pull their data from the Society for the Study of Addiction and the American Psychological Association. The first graph demonstrates how residential rehabs are much more effective than short-term detox for the treatment of meth addiction. The second graph illustrates a substantial increase in the long-term effectiveness of residential rehab over outpatient suboxone therapy for opiate addicts. The final graph makes the point that residential drug treatment dramatically reduces future criminal activity while outpatient drug treatment shows no effect on this metric whatsoever.

Infographic explaining the advantages of residential alcohol and drug rehab compared with only short-term detox
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Sources: 
  • Society for the Study of Addiction
  • drugandalcoholdependence.com
  • American Psychological Association