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Alcohol Rehab Florida

Most of our lives involve diving deep to try to do something we do not understand. Some people have it easy and do not experience anything as severe as the alcohol recovery process. Taking this step is a hard yet convenient solution for regaining health.

The misconceptions surrounding rehabilitation hide the amount of support one receives at any of our alcohol rehab in Florida. Understanding the process and expectations of each facility help you in making your stay comfortable, natural, and helpful. 

What entails a rehab facility?

A rehab center is where patients go to receive help on detoxification and recovery. The rule of thumb is that each facility will have unique features, services, and staff. Our treatment center includes both the official demands of rehab and real-life activities to maintain a healthy mental state. 

Assessment

An initial assessment is arguably the most important of the entire rehab process. The staff will test the presence of all drugs in your system and co-morbid health conditions. 

Detox

Detox eliminates the body of all intoxicants that inhabit the patient. This step is potentially dangerous because it includes many withdrawal symptoms, which can leave a lasting impact. 

A rehab facility that offers round the clock supervision ensures that the person is as comfortable and safe as possible. We carefully watch the correlation between detoxification, timing, and the severity of the addiction to ensure each patient has a personalized plan.

Post-detox

It becomes significantly easy to rehabilitate the patient after a successful detox. A well-versed and equipped center will include comprehensive recovery programs, inclusive of the following:

  • CBT – Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Counseling
  • Group activities

Harbor Village in Florida offers the following post-detox treatment locations:

  • Inpatient center
  • Residential center
  • Outpatient center
  • Partial hospitalization 

What to expect from the alcohol rehab in Florida

A lifestyle shock

A lifestyle shock is what we may also identify as discomfort in a new environment. You will feel incredibly lonely away from friends, family, and routine life at the start of the program.

The feeling will be extreme when the rehab facility requires you to eliminate contact with the external world. The shock will, however, last for a couple of days or weeks before you feel comfortable.

Expression

The therapist will work on different conditions than the medical team. We help you battle mental conditions like anxiety and depression to help you confront your desire for alcohol. 

Such topics will be particularly difficult for one who bottles up their distress. A routine of sharing a bit more at every session will open your eyes to productive thought processes.

Learning

You are likely to learn a lot about the disease while undergoing an inpatient program. A standard facility will provide scientific support of an addiction’s cause and remedies to prevent relapses. Be prepared to learn about the process and uncover more about yourself.

Another essential knowledge is learning to recognize and enforce healthy boundaries. You should begin identifying how you can recreate the recovery process within your healthy life. New limits may include eliminating old friends, the most frequented locations, and an unhealthy lifestyle.

 

Alcohol Rehab Florida

Harbor Village Detox

+1 786-484-0497
9198 Northwest 8th Avenue

Miami
FL
33150
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