Delaware Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center
Delaware is The First State, as it was the first colony to ratify the Constitution of the United States on December 7, 1787. The Du Pont family has had a great impact on the state, founding and building one of the world’s largest chemical companies in Delaware. The state is also home to over half of U.S. publicly traded corporations and Fortune 500 companies, and it is considered a “corporate haven” due to its business-friendly laws. When it comes to drug laws, however, the state is strict, requiring incarceration for even nonviolent drug offenders. Despite its attempts, Delaware has major drug trafficking organizations located in its largest cities, as well as along Interstate-95, which runs right through the state. Many of Delaware’s drugs are smuggled into the state from New York City, Pennsylvania, and Maryland in hidden compartments of private vehicles.
The most available illegal drugs of choice in Delaware are heroin, crack cocaine, powder cocaine and marijuana. Drug abuse by users of various ages and socioeconomic backgrounds also includes pharmaceutical drugs, club drugs (i.e. Ecstasy and GHB) and methamphetamine. Recently, the availability of various drugs to teenagers and young adults during summer months at Rehoboth Beach has been a major concern to Delaware law enforcement officials. Cities in Delaware where drug abuse may be a concern are Dover, Wilmington, Delaware City, Harrington, Lewes, Middletown, Milford, New Castle, Newark, Rohoboth Beach and Seaford.
Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Powder Cocaine, Heroin, Opiates/Opioids, Methamphetamine, Crystal Meth, Club Drugs, Party Drugs, Marijuana, Pharmaceutical Drugs, and Prescription Drugs are all readily available in the State of Delaware, where drug abuse of multiple substances poses a threat.
Drug and Alcohol Detox & Rehab Programs
FHE Health offers a continuum of comprehensive addiction treatment programs and long term rehabilitation services to men and women seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction as well as dual diagnosis. Our treatment programs are based on a long term approach, reflecting our philosophy that recovery consists of multiple phases, including safe and medically monitored detox, a gradual transition to lower levels of drug rehab care, and ultimately sober living. Our goal is to provide the highest level of quality care at an affordable price, across the continuum of care. We have a proven track record of helping thousands of struggling addicts and alcoholics, just like you, achieve and sustain long term sobriety.
We offer multiple levels of care and unique programs, all of which combine intensive and extensive substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment within a nurturing, support-based, sober living environment. FHE Health treatment phases include:
Our state-of-the-art medically supervised detox program is managed by a sophisticated cadre of clinical and medical professionals who will tailor your detox program to your individual needs and provide you with the tools and resources you need to effectively combat your chemical dependency, and manage your withdrawal symptoms in a comfortable, safe and nurturing environment.
FHE Health’s residential rehab program offers comprehensive 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.
While other treatment centers diagnose based on only the description of symptoms, better known as “guesswork,” Florida House employs a team of Neuroscientists and Psychologists to evaluate exactly where addiction has affected your brain with our cutting-edge Neuro-Rehabilitative services.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Partial Hospitalization is Phase Two of FHE Health’s comprehensive addiction treatment program. Our goal during the partial hospitalization phase is to provide the recovering individual with intensive daytime treatment and on-going therapeutic intervention, supported by proper professional medical care, as well as a sober living communal environment to return to in the evening.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient is Phase Three of our comprehensive addiction treatment program, designed to prepare our recovering patients for a healthy transition into the community and society. The goal of our intensive outpatient program is for you to be able to manage day-to-day challenges and stresses without drugs or alcohol, integrate into the community, and apply learned recovery skills to real life settings.
Sober Living Community
Our sober living community program is the last Phase in the transition from drug addiction and alcoholism to sobriety. This stage allows the recovering individual to reintegrate into society as a fulfilled, productive, and sober individual. The goal of our sober living community phase is to provide the recovering individual with support in maintaining a sober and healthy lifestyle in their community.
Unlike many addiction treatment centers, FHE Health provides patients with the opportunity to reside on our sober living campus throughout all phases of treatment, providing the optimal environment for recovery to take place. When you enter any of our programs at FHE Health, you join a nurturing, supportive community of members we have come to call our ‘Florida House Family.’ Our private rehab center and sober living community is a safe haven to recovering individuals, as they struggle to take back control of their own lives.