The Best Florida Treatment Center
for Alcohol & Drug Rehab
If you’re searching for the best Florida treatment center for alcohol and drug rehab, look no further than Legacy Healing Center. We strive to work with each person’s recovery needs so we can tailor the best possible combination of treatments and therapies to suit each person’s individual needs.
Why Choose Legacy in Florida
for Addiction Treatment?
When you come to Legacy Healing Center to begin your recovery from addiction, you have the advantage of staying in luxurious surroundings so you can focus entirely on your healthy recovery. All of the amenities provided at Legacy Healing were designed to ensure you feel relaxed and comfortable throughout every step of the recovery process. There’s nothing clinical about our treatment facility. Instead, we designed our healing centers to provide a peaceful, relaxing environment where you can begin your early recovery with all the support you need to maintain your sober lifestyle with confidence.
We recognize that each person who comes to Legacy has different triggers and reasons behind their addictive substance abuse issues. That’s why we work closely with you to tailor the right combination of treatments and therapies to suit your recovery needs. The actual medications or therapies you need might be entirely different for those that might benefit another person. That’s why it’s so important to seek professional rehab assistance to improve your chances of making a successful recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
At Legacy Healing Center, we provide tailored treatments and therapies designed to suit each person’s individual recovery needs. After all, the triggers and temptations behind each person’s addictive behavior issues are unique to them. Therefore, we understand that the treatments needed to address those underlying triggers also need to be customized to suit those person’s individual needs.
We strive to ensure each person who comes to Legacy has access to the right detox treatments for their needs. Some people may require medically assisted treatment to help them break the physical dependency on the substance of abuse. Others may benefit more from medical detox treatments to help them eliminate toxins from the substances they were taking before coming to rehab.
In order to determine the right combination of treatments and therapies needed, we work with each person and complete a full assessment of their needs before developing the right treatment plan. When we know more about the types of substances we begin taking, the length of time the addictive behaviors have been going on, and how severe the addiction is, we can tailor a rehab treatment plan that works for each person’s unique recovery plan.
Some people may need to begin their recovery by staying temporarily in one of our comfortable residential settings. Others may find that partial hospitalization works better for their needs, while still others may need more flexibility to keep up with work or family and find that an intensive outpatient rehab treatment model is best for them.
Regardless of what type of substance you were taking before coming to rehab, the first step in the recovery process is detox. During detox, your body has the opportunity to eliminate any toxins from the substance you were taking. You’re also reducing your body’s dependency on the substance and lowering your tolerance levels.
Many people who come to a drug rehab in Florida believe that they just need to get through a week or so of detox, and then they’ll somehow be cured. But detox is just the first stage in any comprehensive treatment program. Detox only breaks the body’s physical dependency. It doesn’t do anything to address any of the underlying psychological triggers behind substance abuse issues. In order to improve your chances of recovery, it’s essential to also address the emotional reasons behind addictive substance use issues with specialized counseling.
It’s also common for many people to believe that only the person struggling with addiction needs treatment. Yet, family members and loved ones can also be deeply affected by addictive behaviors. Family relationships can be strained or damaged due to the addicted person’s behaviors while under the influence. Still, those people often don’t realize that they sometimes need support and guidance too.
Family therapy works to include family members and loved ones in the treatment program. When family members and loved ones participate in therapy, they have the opportunity to learn more about the true nature of addiction and how it can affect the lives of everyone around the recovering person.
Of course, family therapy can also help to mend damaged relationships and strengthen any strained bonds. Loved ones also begin to learn more about how they can adopt positive roles in your recovery process. Trauma therapy is also an integral part of your treatment program. Anyone who spends a period in the grip of drug or alcohol addiction may have experienced significant physical or emotional trauma that should be addressed in a positive, supportive way.
There are various aspects to trauma therapy that can assist with your healthy recovery from addiction. Some people may have experienced a past trauma that may have led to substance abuse issues. Others may have experienced trauma as a direct result of their substance abuse problems. Either way, working through specific trauma therapy can help address many of the underlying psychological triggers that contribute to addictive behaviors. Your counselor will work with you to develop a recovery plan designed for your individual needs.
You’ll also begin working to develop an individual relapse prevention strategy that works for your own personal triggers and temptations. When you understand more about the nature of addiction and the things that can lead you back into former patterns of behavior, you’re in a solid position to create a strategy to help you avoid slipping back into those habits after you leave rehab.
It’s common for many people to underestimate how dangerous alcohol detox can be. After all, alcohol is legal, and it’s a completely accepted substance in a variety of social situations. Yet detoxing from alcohol after drinking heavily over a long period of time can be more dangerous than detoxing from many types of street drugs or prescription medications.
Many people assume that someone struggling to break free from a cycle of alcohol abuse and addiction should simply summon some willpower and just quit drinking. Yet, in reality, detoxing from alcohol can produce potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms that may require emergency medical attention.
Some people may be at risk of developing symptoms that can produce symptoms that might include hallucinations, paranoia, insomnia, increased heart rate, and even seizures. Choosing to begin alcohol detox in Florida gives you the advantage of around-the-clock medical supervision. Our medical staff can administer certain medications that can help control cravings and reduce the risk of experiencing potentially adverse withdrawal symptoms.
When we feel confident that you’re past the worst of any adverse risks, you’re able to step down to a different level of treatment that better suits your recovery progress.
When most people get through the alcohol detox process, they automatically assume that they’re somehow ‘cured’ and should be able to go home to live an everyday life again. Yet detox is just the first step in your comprehensive addiction rehab program. Detox works to break the body’s physical dependency on the substance of addiction. It also rids the body of any toxins from alcohol that may remain in your system. Yet detox does nothing to address any of the underlying issues or triggers behind addictive drinking behaviors.
In order to make a successful recovery from alcohol addiction, it’s also essential to work with your individual counselor to begin addressing some of the reasons that lie behind your alcohol addiction. Your counselor will work closely with you to identify and recognize some of the unique triggers that could tempt you back into returning to former patterns of behavior after you leave rehab.
Your counselor will also help you to develop your own relapse prevention plan designed to help you reduce the risk of returning to former drinking patterns so you can feel confident about living a sober lifestyle long after leaving rehab.
Detoxing from drugs can be a stressful time for anyone. If you’ve been caught in a cycle of drug addiction for some time, you may likely have tried to quit on your own by going cold turkey. If you’re like most people struggling with drug addiction, you might likely have experienced awful symptoms associated with withdrawal. Those symptoms may have been terrible enough for you to relapse and return to drug use just to make them stop.
By comparison, when you come to Legacy Healing Center, we can assist you with various treatments, therapies, and medications designed to help you through the detox process comfortably. Our goal is to help you avoid any painful or uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms at the same time as working with you to manage cravings and reduce the risk of relapsing back into former patterns of behavior.
While detox is required to break your body’s dependency on the drug of addiction, it just isn’t enough to break the habit overall. In order to address the psychological reasons behind your addictive drug use, you also need to engage in specific drug rehab therapies and treatments to improve your chances of making a successful recovery.
Each day you spend in rehab is structured in specific ways to help you begin building healthy, new daily routines. Our goal is to help you build motivation to enjoy your sober lifestyle and manage any ongoing challenges you might face throughout your recovery without the risk of relapsing.
When your drug detox program is complete, you’re encouraged to participate in specific drug rehab treatments that address some of the underlying psychological reasons behind your addictive drug use behaviors. Our specialist counselors are here to work with you to identify and recognize your own unique triggers and temptations that lead to substance abuse issues. When you understand more about some of the underlying psychological reasons behind your addictive behaviors, you’re in a stronger position to begin building a relapse prevention plan that works to help you avoid relapsing back into past patterns of behavior.
A big part of your drug rehab treatment program is learning to develop new daily routines that focus on creating a healthy, sober lifestyle. When you have a routine to maintain each day, it becomes much easier to focus on a healthy level of self-care that can improve your chances of keeping your motivation to stay sober.
For example, many people who come into drug rehab at Legacy Healing Center may have spent a lengthy period of time focused solely on finding, using, or recovering from drug use. As a result, they may have neglected their basic self-care routine, fallen into unhealthy eating or sleeping patterns, or struggled with financial issues after employment opportunities had suffered due to drug use.
During your time in rehab, you’ll start working to re-establish some different patterns for living a healthier lifestyle each day. You’re encouraged to get a good nights’ sleep, eat nutritious meals at regular times each day, and focus on healthy levels of self-care.
When you’re eating and sleeping well, you often feel better as a result. Your body also has a chance to recover from the ravages of substance abuse. When you’re taking care of your physical and emotional needs on a healthy level, you’ll also find it easier to begin rebuilding your self-esteem and self-confidence levels, which can help to reduce the risk of relapsing back into your old patterns of behavior after you leave rehab.
Extended abuse of drugs or alcohol can result in various nutrient deficiencies that can leave your body susceptible to infection or illness. By focusing on a healthy self-care routine, you can boost your body’s immune protection levels and help address any vitamin deficiencies that may affect your recovery progress.
You’re also encouraged to explore various activities and pursuits that allow you to enjoy your sober lifestyle. You might find that participating in different alternative therapies might provide benefits you hadn’t foreseen before coming to rehab. Alternative therapies work to provide you with natural ways to manage cravings, improve sleep patterns, rebuild physical health, reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, and leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. The key is to explore all the options available and see which ones work best for your individual recovery needs.
Some common types of alternative therapies might include fitness or exercise programs that help your body recover from the ravages of substance abuse. Regular exercise also helps to promote the healthy release of ‘feel-good’ endorphins that leave you feeling invigorated after each workout session. Other alternative therapies might include creative therapies and art sessions that encourage non-verbal ways to express pent-up emotions that might not otherwise be realized throughout your recovery. Tapping into your creative side may also be more rewarding than you expected, so why not join in and give it a try? Our addiction treatment specialists are also here to work with you to help rebuild your confidence as you work through the recovery process.
Types of Treatment Offered at
Legacy Healing in Florida
At Legacy Healing Center, we strive to provide various treatment programs intended to meet each person’s individual recovery needs. We recognize there is never a one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. Just as the triggers behind your own addictive behaviors are unique to you, we understand that the treatments and therapies needed also need to be tailored to suit your needs.
When you first arrive at Legacy Healing Center, we’ll undertake a thorough assessment of your situation. Once we understand more about the type of substance you were taking before entering treatment, how long you were taking the substance, and how severe your addiction is, we’re in a strong position to customize the correct combination of medications, therapies, and treatments for your individual situation.
Depending on your treatment needs, you might begin your recovery by staying temporarily at our inpatient treatment center. Suppose your recovery requires that you not return home to an environment that might not be beneficial to your recovery. In that case, we may be able to help you locate temporary accommodation within a sober living community that lets you work through your early recovery with confidence.
Some people may find that entering into a partial hospitalization program (PHP) is better suited to their needs. You’re expected to participate in scheduled counseling sessions and attend regular group meetings six days each week. When your sessions are complete, you can return to independent living at a sober living community, where you’ll stay in a comfortable residential setting.
Many people who complete a partial hospitalization program will then step down to an intensive outpatient program (IOP). You’ll still attend counseling sessions and group meetings throughout the week. Still, you’ll have a more flexible schedule and significantly more downtime to keep up with work or study commitments, or family obligations.
Once you’ve completed an intensive outpatient program or partial hospitalization program, you’re encouraged to continue participating in our outpatient program. The objective of outpatient programs is to ensure you can transition from the ongoing support of rehab to making a triumphant return to independent living. As you progress through the recovery process, we’ll re-assess your treatment options and amend your plan according to your needs at each stage of the process. As your recovery progresses, you can step down to other types of treatment that continue to provide the ongoing support you need.
Other types of assistance we may be able to help you with might include working with you to enroll in study courses or job skills training. If you experienced financial problems before coming into rehab, working towards new job skills or qualifications can help to improve your chances of gaining meaningful employment.
Maintaining stable employment doesn’t just help your recovery on a financial level. It also enables you to develop a productive lifestyle that can dramatically reduce the risk of relapse. Participating in a study course or job skills program also offers the chance to meet a new circle of people and develop bonds with peers.
Of course, our support and assistance don’t stop just because you leave rehab. We also provide you with all the ongoing support and assistance you need for as long as you need us after leaving rehab. Our aftercare program also ensures you have access to all the resources and tools you need to continue your healthy recovery with confidence long after you leave Legacy and return to independent living.
Inpatient vs. Outpatient
Inpatient rehab treatment programs offer the significant advantage of beginning your early recovery with around-the-clock medical monitoring and supervision. We’ll check your vital signs at regular intervals and administer any medications that might be necessary to help you get through the detox process comfortably and safely.
While you’re temporarily away from distractions and influences back home, you also have the opportunity to begin building daily routines that focus on your healthy recovery. As an inpatient, you’ll stay temporarily in a comfortable residential setting that allows you to focus on your recovery without worrying about temptations. You’re encouraged to create new daily patterns for your sober lifestyle and work on sticking to those routines each day until they form a habit focused on self-care first.
For example, you’ll enjoy a good nights’ sleep and eat hearty, nutritious meals at regular times throughout each day. Nutrition counseling and entire meal plans are designed to detoxify your body and increase the level of nutrients in your system. You’re also encouraged to focus on good self-care patterns that help improve your overall self-confidence and self-esteem.
A part of your inpatient rehab program includes participating in alternative therapies. Most alternative therapies provide natural ways that promote relaxation, help manage cravings, and reduce feelings of stress or anxiety during the recovery process. Some people are initially skeptical about alternative therapies when they first come to rehab. Yet participating in various sessions can provide unexpected benefits you might never have considered.
For example, joining a yoga class might not be something you would associate with rehab treatments. But yoga offers enormous benefits for your recovery. Yoga isn’t just about stretching and twisting your body into various poses. It’s also about learning breathing techniques that help reduce stress and ease feelings of anxiety. The actual alternative therapies that work well for others might not be as helpful for your own recovery path. That’s why you’re encouraged to participate in several different options so you can determine the ones that give you the most benefits overall for your recovery.
While your daily routine in rehab is specifically structured around your healthy recovery, you’ll also have plenty of downtime to enjoy various leisure pursuits or recreational activities too. The team at Legacy organizes fun outings and events throughout each week designed to help you stay active and engaged. Not only are they an opportunity to have fun, but you also have the chance to build new friendships with people who have faced similar challenges to yours throughout their own recovery.
Most people may find they’re able to leave inpatient rehab to step down to an intensive outpatient treatment model, allowing them to continue the work started in inpatient rehab but also allowing the freedom to live independently. You’re still required to attend scheduled counseling sessions and group meetings up to six days each week, but you can return home in the evenings.
If you aren’t feeling confident about returning home just yet, we can help you secure temporary accommodation in a sober living community. You’ll stay in comfortable accommodations that help you continue working on the new daily routines you began building as an inpatient. Then, as your confidence grows, you’re able to return to independent living again.
Outpatient treatment programs offer far more flexibility than an inpatient rehab treatment model. You’re encouraged to participate in counseling sessions, and you’ll still attend group meetings. However, you also have the flexibility to keep up with other obligations you have, including work, study or family.
Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers in Florida
There are various inpatient drug rehab centers in Florida, but Legacy Healing Centers provide you with the best possible care and accommodations designed to make your early recovery as comfortable as possible. Our goal is to work with you to have access to all the treatments and therapies you need to improve your chances of making a successful recovery. You’ll work in a one-on-one setting with your counselor to learn to identify and recognize some of your own personal triggers behind addictive behaviors.
You’re also encouraged to attend regular group meetings, where you’ll have the opportunity to meet others who have already faced similar challenges in their own recovery process. Group meetings can also be beneficial for reducing feelings of isolation, as you’ll eventually recognize that you’re not alone in the challenges you face in your recovery. Throughout your time at Legacy, you’ll begin working to create new, daily routines that focus on your healthy recovery. Each day you’re encouraged to explore a variety of different leisure activities and recreational pursuits intended to help you enjoy your sober lifestyle.
You’ll also have the advantage of beginning your early recovery with around-the-clock medical supervision and monitoring. We aim to provide you with all the assistance needed to ensure you’re safe and comfortable through the detox process. By the time you’re confident that you’re ready to leave rehab, we hope that you’re armed with all the resources, tools, and recovery skills you need to enjoy your sober lifestyle long into the future. You’ll have learned a range of new coping skills that help you deal with stressful situations or feelings of anxiety without the need for drugs or alcohol.
You should also have developed a tailored relapse prevention plan based on avoiding any known triggers and temptations. Learning to recognize some of the early warning signs of impending relapse can also ensure you have time to take steps to prevent those warning signs from escalating into relapse reality. You’re able to seek support and guidance from your counselor or from the people in your local group meetings and know you’ll never be judged for reaching out for assistance. Instead, the entire community is here to ensure you always have ongoing support and guidance whenever you need us.
But our care and support doesn’t stop just because you leave rehab. We’re also still here to offer any ongoing counseling, resources, guidance, and help you need long after that point too. Our aftercare program provides a level of continuing care and recovery coaching that can help you maintain your motivation to remain sober. Of course, your recovery isn’t just about staying sober. It’s also about learning to find ways to have fun and enjoy a productive lifestyle that gives you purpose and a sense of pride in your achievements.
After you leave rehab, you’re invited to join our Alumni Community. We host regular activities and recreational pursuits throughout the year where you have the opportunity to meet with other Legacy Alumni. Some common activities might include sporting events, picnics, beach days, hiking days, barbecue cook-outs, and various other sober activities.
If you’re keen to break free from the grip of drug or alcohol addiction, call Legacy Healing Center today. Our addiction treatment specialists are here to answer any questions you have and to work with determine the best possible mixture of treatments and therapies designed to suit your individual recovery needs. The first step to your healthy recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is just a phone call away.
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