Drug Rehab – Addiction Treatment Center

OUTPATIENT DRUG REHAB CENTERS

RESIDENTIAL ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS

Inpatient rehab centers can help you get a new start on life. This is only the beginning of a clean and sober life plan. Once you complete this phase of your recovery from drug addiction, it is always recommended to go to sober living for at least 3 months after detoxification. Some rehabs have extended treatment to offer as a next step. Getting involved in AA or NA meetings is also recommended. Clinical advisors usually tell addicts to get away from old people, places and relationships. If you are in a relationship and drug abuse was a big part of life together, just attending rehab will not address those issues. You may want couples therapy for those problems.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP) With Recovery Residence.

Steppingsober.com Recovery Center provides Drug and Alcohol Rehab treatment programs where hope and fulfillment begin to replace fear, anger and loneliness to all eligible applicants seeking treatment. Our Exclusive Approach applies to our total environment in addition to traditional treatments to addiction we also offer Addiction Therapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques Therapy (EFT)s.

The Steppingsober.com Recovery Center Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for those clients who cannot go to inpatient or residential treatment AND for those clients seeking aftercare for an inpatient or residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment. The SSRC Intensive Outpatient Program IOP offers an Exclusive Curriculum designed to prevent relapse and to expand on the thoughts and ideas learned at inpatient or residential program, Our staff has a combined 25 years of successfully treating those afflicted with alcoholism and drug addiction. This includes an emphasis on structure, discipline, hope, self-esteem, fun, and especially, the tools to stay sober after the IOP experience is completed.

Ten sessions held weekly to fit your work or education schedule, meetings held;

                • Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12pm,

                • Monday through Thursday, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Residential Addiction Treatment Program
Recovery Center provides:

  • Local transportation provided to & from sessions
  • Unlimited one-on-one counseling session
  • Exclusive curriculum designed to prevent relapse
  • Rapid Resolution Therapy available
  • Family sessions offered by appointment
  • Groups are structured according to patient needs
  • Experienced therapists on staff
  • 24 hour patient hotline (for current clients).

 

Group Therapygroup therapy in treatment

Our Exclusive relapse prevention curriculum developed by top experts in the drug and alcohol addiction treatment field. Clients learn to live and become productive without using drugs and alcohol.

Outpatient Drug Addiction treatment provides certain parameters for staying clean and sober after residential substance abuse treatment. Once you have completed inpatient the next step is ongoing therapy while working or in a sober living community.

The Florida model of treatment starts with partial hospitalization which involves treatment and group therapy 5 days a week, for a month then you step down to intensive outpatient program while in a sober living house. You will attend treatment for 3 days a week and start looking for employment. IOP can last fro a week to 3 months depending on your insurance plan. The client usually has individual therapy once per week with their primary therapist. Partial hospitalization treatment (PHP) can be with housing where the treatment center provides meals and transportation to outside 12 step meetings.

The medical director of the facility will examine and diagnose and mental issues the client may show. Medication may be necessary to treat depression and anxiety. Many clients have mental diseases in addition to addiction which need to be treated in a dual diagnosis center.

Suboxone Detox

MDMA Addiction Treatment

coverage for treatment

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Drug addiction is a distinct form of drug abuse, and it typically both results from and causes significant problems in one’s life. For example, while you might start using cocaine to feel more confident and happy in social situations, addiction typically leads

Tierney is a lead writer at Stepping Sober. She has been writing for the addiction treatment industry for the past four years. Tierney is a Google Certified marketer with vast experience in web development, video, on-page optimization and user experience design. Her background is in social media with a passion for all-things news worthy.

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