How Long Do I Have to Be in Rehab?

30 Days in Rehab is the Minimum

Going to a drug rehab center in Florida can be a bit scary in that you’re leaving everything that you know to enter a place of uncertainty and the only thing that helps you deal with life at the moment (your drug of choice) will be taken away from you. Naturally you want to know how long you’re going to be at this drug rehab center and if you’ll be able to go back home once you’re done with your stay. You can stay in a drug rehab center for as long as your attending addiction medical team feels you need to be. When you decide to enter a drug rehab center in Florida, you’ll have to select which treatment program you’re going to participate in. Most people start with a detox and then transition into a 30-day residential treatment program. Detox can take anywhere from 7-10 days, so together you can expect to be in rehab for about a month and a half.That is just the standard/bare minimum requirement for someone who needs treatment. It is recommended that you stay in rehab at least 3 months (90 days) to really give you the full rehabilitation treatment. It takes constant therapy, repetitive recovery based actions, fellowship and coping methods for a person to relearn how to be sober. There are also some intensive drug rehab centers that will offer 365-day programs for persons who are chronic relapsers and need more therapy than others. Drug rehab centers in Florida also offer continuous care through alumni programs, aftercare services and outpatient therapy.

Rehab Programs Available at FHE Health

In order to determine exactly how long you’ll be in rehab you should give our admissions team a call at 844-299-0618 and they’ll be able to help you assess which program will work best for you. The programs you can choose from are:

Medical Detoxification – (7 to 14 days average)

Our state-of-the-art medically supervised detox program is managed by a sophisticated team of clinical and medical professionals who will customize your detox to your individual needs and provide you with the tools and resources you need to effectively combat your chemical dependency, thus enabling your withdrawal symptoms to be cared for in a comfortable, safe and nurturing environment.

Residential Rehabilitation (Day/Night) (30, 60, 90 days on average)

FHE Health’s residential rehabilitation program offers fully integrated addiction treatment and long-term rehabilitation services to men and women suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Residential rehab is generally Phase One in addiction treatment, following medical detox and is one the most important components of drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) (Continuous Therapy, no set time frame)

Partial Hospitalization is Phase Two of FHE Health’s fully integrated addiction treatment program. Our goal during the partial hospitalization phase is to provide the recovering individual with intensive treatment and on-going therapy, supported by professional medical care, as well as a sober living environment to return to in the evening.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is Phase Three of our fully integrated addiction treatment program, designed to prepare our recovering clients for a healthy transition into the community and society. The goal of our IOP is for you to be able to manage day-to-day challenges and stresses without drugs or alcohol, integrate into the community, and apply your new recovery skills to real life settings.

If you or a loved one is in need of a Drug Rehab Center in Florida we can help. Please contact FHE Health at 844-299-0618.


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