Inpatient Drug Rehab Florida

Inpatient Drug Rehab Florida

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Best Inpatient Drug Rehab Florida

Inpatient drug rehab in Florida is essential during the first stages of recovery because it is vital to change the people, places, and activities you are around as you stop using drugs. Eliminating your usual stresses, triggers, and enablers by moving into a sober and stable environment will give you the space you need to focus on recovery and healing. In inpatient drug rehab at Legacy Healing, you will be able to detox, rehabilitate, and build yourself back up into the person you want to be.

Legacy Healing is the best inpatient drug rehab in Florida because we offer a safe and sober location to live while recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. You will have a minimum of 25 hours a week of clinical treatment like therapy, counseling, groups, and other evening programs.

Therapies and treatments at Legacy Healing include:

  • Group therapy
  • One-on-one therapy/counseling
  • Family therapy
  • Medical treatment
  • Mentoring
  • Transition assistance (life-skills programs and career services)
  • Nutrition and fitness counseling
  • Sober outings
  • Meditation and mindfulness
  • Spirituality
  • 12-step methods
  • Creative arts

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Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

The benefits of inpatient drug rehab at Legacy Healing include:

  • Customized treatment options
  • A holistic approach to addiction treatment
  • Inpatient and outpatient options available
  • 12-step programs and other spiritual and mindfulness techniques available
  • Family therapy available to heal relationships
  • Being in a 100% sober environment away from triggers/distractions
  • Amenities like on-site chefs, fresh-pressed juices, fitness center, movie room, arcade, outdoor areas, and more
  • Peaceful, relaxing environment so you can focus and heal
  • Career and education services

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Drug Rehab

Inpatient drug rehab is ideal for those who need to change their surroundings as they make a change in their life. Anybody addicted to any substance can benefit from inpatient care, as it gives you space away from your everyday stress to reflect and gain a new perspective as you gain healthy habits and recovery skills.

Outpatient drug rehab is for those who cannot be away from their personal or professional responsibilities for an extended period but still want access to therapy, groups, other rehab activities, and a sober, supportive community.

You can transition into inpatient rehab after you complete an outpatient program if you wish and vice-versa. If you want continued support after inpatient rehab, you may wish to enroll in an outpatient program. We are here to help you get the proper amount of support you need throughout your recovery and can change alongside you as your needs evolve.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Florida

Medical detox is the first step for alcohol rehab, with a smooth transition into inpatient alcohol rehab afterward to continue with your treatment’s momentum. You should never attempt to quit drinking if you are addicted to alcohol due to potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

At Legacy Healing, we can get you through your detox and help you find the root of your addiction while teaching healthy coping skills that will last you a lifetime. In our Partial Hospitalization Program, you will stay 24/7 in our sober facility with clinical treatment, group therapy, and sober skill-building programs.

Alcohol is a drug that is both socially acceptable in the U.S. and easy to find, so stopping drinking requires a long-term connection to a sober community while you are in recovery. We offer peer support and ongoing relationships at Legacy Healing so you will never have to feel alone while going through a tough time.

Contact us at 888.534.2295 to find out more about medical detox, inpatient and outpatient rehab options in your area, or if you have any other questions about addiction, rehab, and getting the support you need. We are here to help.