Palm Beach Drug and Alcohol Rehab
No one chooses to become an addict or alcoholic. Addiction is an affliction, a disease. Seeking treatment is the only way you can help yourself and take back the control over your own life.
Do you have enough white chips from 12-step meetings to tile your bathroom? Have you relapsed so many times you’ve lost track? Are you tired of failing to get clean or sober on your own? If you can answer yes to any or all of these questions, professional rehabilitation might be the best step for you to take next. If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol in Palm Beach, Florida, you have to pick up the phone and call (352) 771-2700.
You Don’t Have to Continue to Relapse
Are you an addict or alcoholic who considers herself or himself to be a “chronic relapser”? Chances are, you have not yet tried professional treatment at a rehabilitation facility. It’s important to remember that you don’t have to figure everything out in one day. You can easily get overwhelmed if you think about the rest of your life without drugs or alcohol. You need to focus on living each day at a time and taking one step at a time. The first step you have to take for your health is to pick up the phone and make a call. (352) 771-2700.
Substances that Are Commonly Abused
Extreme destruction can be the result of many different substances for the alcoholic or the addict. Do you use any of the following substances? If so, you need to really take a step back and evaluate the control the substance has over your life:
Hallucinogens (LSD, PCP, MDMA/ecstasy)
Prescription medicine (benzodiazepines, opiates, stimulants)
Alcohol (beer, wine, liquor)
Various Treatment Types
Every patient’s unique situation will need to be considered by the staff when coming up with a treatment plan: the substances they are addicted to, whether or not they are still actively using the substance, whether or not they have mental illnesses or disorders that need to also be addressed, and whether or not they have a stable living environment in which to live after the treatment. Our preferred treatment provider provides the following kinds of treatment:
Medical supervision may be needed for the period in which the patient detoxifies and rids his or her body of the harmful substance.
Co-occurring Disorder Treatment
For those patients who are dealing with both mental illnesses and addiction issues, dual diagnosis treatment may be necessary.
Rehabilitation is the portion of the treatment in which most of the work is done. It can be done either in an outpatient form or a residential form.
Aftercare is an essential step that will help prevent the patient from relapsing and allow them to cope with their addiction in the real world.
“The best thing I ever did in my life was go to the partial hospitalization rehab program at The Recovery Village. I was not even a functional adult before I went to the rehabilitation program. They taught me how to cope with life without drugs or alcohol. And before I went to rehab, I was using pretty much any drug I could get my hands on. Going to rehab at The Recovery Village completely changed the course of my life.”
– Julia S.
“I used to have such a horrible drinking problem. I didn’t think I would ever be able to stop drinking. All of that changed when I went to a rehab program. My program was an intensive outpatient program as I had a supportive mother to live with where I was able to stay sober in a stable environment. I had some excellent therapy sessions—both group and individual. The counselors, therapists, and doctors at the rehabilitation program were totally amazing, and they really helped me to see things from a different perspective.”
– Adam D.
Rehabilitation in Palm Beach
If you live in Palm Beach, Florida, and you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, it can be difficult. It may feel like you are completely alone, but you are not. There are people out there who are just waiting to help you get back to your normal life. You will be on your way to recovery so you can enjoy the simpler things in life like appreciating the great outdoors at Lake Trail, soaking in the culture at The Society of the Four Arts, or enjoying the Palm Beach Maritime Museum.