What is Rehab Like (Alcohol & Drugs) for Washington, D.C. Residents?

What Do You Do During Rehab?

One of the leading questions that we receive from prospective clients concerns what they will do during their time at Legacy Healing Center in South Florida. Our team has worked diligently to put together holistic treatment plans that will help you to recover from addiction mind, body and spirit. These programs include various therapy sessions, including individual and group therapy, to target addiction issues.

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What Does the Average Day Look Like While in Rehab?

One of the leading decisions you will need to make before you finalize your treatment plan at Legacy Healing is whether you would like to participate in our inpatient or outpatient program. Clients who opt to go through our inpatient program will eat, sleep and remain on campus full time during their treatment. On the other hand, outpatient clients will only come to Legacy Healing during assigned days and times for their treatment. Regardless of your treatment plan, you will still participate in the same therapy forms and access all of the amenities that we have to offer.

When you call and speak with one of our intake specialists, they will be able to provide you with a more detailed overview of what you can expect when you come to Legacy Healing.

Call Legacy Healing Center 24/7 to speak with an intake specialist. Calls are completely confidential.

What Type of Therapy Happens at Rehab?

It’s important to remember that therapy will take a leading role in your overall recovery. You will take part in various counseling forms, including group therapy, individual therapy, behavioral therapy, and family therapy. We encourage you to take full advantage of participating in each form of therapy. For example, taking part in family therapy gives you the option to have your family come to Legacy Healing in a neutral setting and discuss how your addiction may impact the relationship that you have with your loved ones. You and your family members can then begin to develop a plan where you can start to have a close relationship once again.

Group Therapy

If you have ever been to a 12-step meeting, you will notice that a group therapy session resembles a 12-step meeting in many ways. During these guided sessions, you will have the chance to share your thoughts or views about a specific topic associated with addiction or recovery. In turn, you will listen to the experiences of other people in your group. Taking part in this form of therapy allows you to expand your support system and provides you with a better understanding of the fact that you are not alone when it comes to recovery.

Call Legacy Healing Center 24/7 to speak with an intake specialist. Calls are completely confidential.
One-on-One Therapy

Individual therapy, also known as one-on-one therapy, will be another essential factor in your recovery. Understandably, there may be certain events or traumas that happened in your life that you don’t feel comfortable sharing in a group setting. One-on-one therapy allows you to address those issues with a team member and work through them.

Sober Friendly Attractions
Near Washington, D.C.

Residents and tourists of Washington, D.C. will always tell you that there is certainly no shortage of activities to participate in when you are in the city. When you return home after completing rehab at Legacy Healing in South Florida, it’s important that you carefully select the places you want to visit so that you do not jeopardize your new-found sobriety. Before you begin to travel to these places, however, a good idea entails finding local 12-step meetings that you can attend on a regular basis. This plan will reinforce the important tools and lessons you learned during your time at Legacy Healing. When you are ready to begin your adventures, here are a few excellent suggestions for places to visit:

The White House

A trip to the White House should always be on your list of places to visit in Washington, D.C. The White House serves as the President of the United States’ official residence and has become one of the most recognizable buildings in the world. Many people may be surprised to learn that the first president to live in the original White House was not George Washington, but John Adams. The building itself has gone through several remodels since its original construction and serves as a symbol of strength and freedom.

The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20500.

Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery is one of the most somber venues in Washington, D.C. This cemetery is the final resting place for the brave men and women that served and protected our country. Before the Civil War, Arlington was a private residence owned by the Confederate general, Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary, a decedent of Martha Washington. Today, visitors to the cemetery can visit the graves of soldiers dating back to the Civil War as well as the burial site of notable Americans, including John F. Kennedy.

Arlington National Cemetery is located at 1 Memorial Avenue, Arlington, Virginia 22211.

Ford’s Theatre

Ford’s Theatre offers a mix of historical and cultural interest to its visitors. On April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in the President’s Box of the theater by John Wilkes Booth. The theater provides visitors with fascinating information about the events of that night and access to a museum that is home to a number of artifacts connected to Lincoln and his assassination. Additionally, the venue still serves as a theater putting on numerous plays and performances throughout the year.

You can visit Ford’s Theatre at 511 10th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20004.

An addiction to drugs or alcohol is not something that has to define you for the rest of your life. When you are ready to overcome your addiction, we recommend you reach out to one of the intake specialists at Legacy Healing Center. They will be able to walk you through the process of enrolling in one of our treatment plans and address any of your questions. Please contact us today to learn more.

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What Our Alumni Has to Say

Absolutely beautiful! Staff is so caring and welcoming. Highly recommend to anyone who is struggling and looking to heal. This is the place for you!

Jacqueline C.

Honestly, it's not what you imagine when thinking "detox." Legacy made my experience so comfortable from beds, food, staff and such a clean facility. Besides all that they literally gave me life back. Forever thankful.

Avi S.

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