What is Residential Treatment?
Residential Treatment is generally the initial phase of an addiction treatment program and often follows a medical detox protocol. It is considered to be one of the most important components of drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Attending a residential rehab allows those struggling with addiction, alcoholism, or mental health conditions to take a step back from the stresses and responsibilities of daily life to focus on personal recovery. Our campus-style facility is the perfect place to receive treatment in a safe, supportive and therapeutic environment.
The inpatient drug and alcohol recovery program at Florida House Experience can last anywhere from 21 days to 90 days (and in some cases, even longer). The actual length of stay is unique to each patient and is based on individual needs and preferences. We offer both an Intensive Inpatient Program (IIP) and a Residential Inpatient Program.
Upon arrival to treatment, every client must go through a thorough intake process which includes both a medical and psychological assessment. This allows us to create a baseline for the patient’s addiction or mental health concerns, and also provides us with a status of their overall health. Patients meet with a doctors and therapists in order to determine the first steps that need to be taken to work toward a successful recovery.
Detox & Residential Treatment
Almost all of our patients begin their treatment by completing a detox protocol. This is the period of time in which your body is ridding itself of the substances it has become dependent on. In many cases, this process can cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Fortunately, our medically advanced detox center treats all symptoms of withdrawal, ensuring that this process is as smooth, comfortable, and safe as possible.
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Once detox is complete, clients enter the inpatient addiction program where they are provided with access to continuous medical, clinical, and psychiatric care. We also provide an array of wellness features, including a full gym, massage room, and nutrition services. Patients typically meet with psychiatrists weekly, along with medical doctors, therapists, case managers, and the neuro-rehabilitative team.