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Every year, hundreds of alcoholics and drug addicts go to Florida for drug rehab. Palm Beach County, on Florida’s east coast, is home to the largest recovery community in the country. Why drug rehab in Florida? What makes drug rehab in Florida superior?
Drug rehab in Florida is such a big and thriving business that most of the rehab centers are privately owned. Many times, the only available options in some parts of the country are state funded rehab centers. Privately owned drug rehabs in Florida are more personalized and comfortable than most state funded treatment centers. They feel less like a hospital or institution and offer more therapeutic options and focus on holistic care.
Going to drug rehab in Florida also gives you the ability to distance yourself from the people, places, and things that were in your life during your addiction. This is beneficial because often these people, places, and things can act as triggers for drug use or dangerous temptations. The people in your life who are still using and drinking, the places that you bought drugs, alcohol or paraphernalia from can all act as temptations or triggers in early sobriety. Attending drug rehab in Florida allows you to have some physical space from your addictive life while you are trying to recover.Because drug treatment is such a thriving industry, drug rehab in Florida is able to offer the best addiction treatment experts, the plushest accommodations, and the most cutting edge treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism. Often, drug rehab in Florida offers holistic treatments like acupuncture, massage, yoga, and meditation, in addition to traditional addiction treatment.

Drug rehab in Florida usually involves the “Florida Model” of treatment. This model has a high rate of success. The Florida model begins with a safe, comfortable detox. Once you are completely detoxed from drugs and alcohol, you will attend an inpatient treatment program. In inpatient treatment, you stay on site and under the care and supervision of the treatment center. You attend various therapeutic groups during the day, where you will attempt to identify the reasons behind your drug or alcohol abuse and learn skills that will help you live a clean, sober, and healthy life. After a stay in inpatient treatment (usually for 30-90 days) most drug rehabs in Florida will recommend that you move to a sober house and attend outpatient treatment.
If you or someone you know needs drug or alcohol treatment call us at (877) 711-HOPE (4673) or visit us online at www.palmpartners.com.

 

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