Take a closer look at our drug and alcohol treatment programs
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Florida Residential Drug Rehab
Whether it is prescribed medications or an illegal medication like heroin, cocaine or cannabis, any kind of substance of misuse can rob you of your full abilities, ruin your wellness, and also eventually lead you to an early grave. But this knowledge is seldomly sufficient to assist somebody with addiction to discover life-long freedom from substance abuse. The cravings for drugs is so strong that rarely do individuals find sobriety without the assistance of around the clock professional care and support.
At Northlake, we recognize these obstacles that you may encounter on your journey to sobriety. That is why we have put together a 35-day Inpatient Drug Rehabilitation program for those who want to become sober and stay sober for good. With the acknowledgement that one needs professional help, these programs will provide the knowledge to address root issues as well as tackle any triggers that may lead to relapse.
Following a medically monitored detox, clients live on campus in our brand-new, modern rehabilitation facility. Surrounded by a warm and encouraging, family-like setting, clients immerse themselves in an intensive, day-to-day routine seven days a week in a variety of group as well as individual treatments. Directed by caring and also knowledgeable medical as well as scientific professionals, clients discover brand-new life skills and healing coping tools, develop support systems, such as 12-step recovery groups, and also discover the key to a healthy and balanced recovery way of life.
Below is What People Can Anticipate From our Inpatient Drug Program:
35-day medically monitored inpatient treatment
Medication-Assisted Therapy for medication yearnings, where suitable
Cutting edge, brand-new rehab center
Caring and skilled clinical and medical specialists
Evidence-based clinical treatments
12-step recovery groups
The option of family therapy via our Family Program
Inpatient Alcohol Rehab at Northlake– The Big Difference
Inpatient alcohol rehabilitation at Northlake is identified by several distinct attributes that aid to describe why our therapy outcomes regularly outmatch the industry standard.
Medication-Assisted Treatment– We utilize the most up to date medical breakthroughs in treating substance abuse. Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT)– for example, Suboxone to eliminate opiate desires– is an alternative that our resident psychiatrist can advise to clients (depending upon the substance of abuse, their background of addiction, and also other factors that an in-depth medical and also psychological evaluation carried out at the beginning of treatment might disclose). MAT has been shown to lower the frequency of relapse for certain substance use disorders. When Suboxone is used to rid the client of opioid cravings, special attention is given to insure that the medication is used on a short-term basis and also when other therapy options have been exhausted.
What to Anticipate from an Inpatient Drug Rehab Program
The major goal of an inpatient drug rehabilitation program is to supply clients with the various recuperation supports they will likely require– and which Northlake uses in the form of a highly personalized strategy of medically and also clinically integrated treatment– in order to attain lasting freedom from one or several substances. At this caliber of treatment clients will have a medical team ready to help them through the stages of withdrawal until they are stabilized. Furthermore, they will have access to daily group and individual treatments by a staff that is trained in evidence-based recovery for those suffering with addictions.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a kind of psychiatric therapy that is deemed one of the most effective methods at dealing with addiction. Our CBT certified therapists work with recovering addicts to help pinpoint which are the behavioral patterns as well as cognitive patterns to find out the reasons behind their addictions. Then each client is educated in coping mechanisms as well as ways in which they can change their thinking and actions as to not feel the need to use substances.
Medication-Assisted Treatment is a very reliable therapy used throughout inpatient drug rehabilitation and after, depending upon the person and the nature of their dependency. After a thorough assessment by our on-site, addictions-certified psychoanalyst, customers might get medication assistance for their particular chemical dependency, as well as for any co-occurring medical diagnoses such as anxiety, depression or trauma (PTSD).
Mindful Meditation has come to be a vital component in drug addiction recovery programs throughout the country. Various research have revealed its effectiveness in treating drug addiction. With the guidance of our knowledgeable staff, clients at Northlake can discover valuable techniques for practicing better, non-judgmental attentiveness to their inner as well as external stresses. With this cultivation of mindfulness clients can leave the facility and still have tools to help them with their awareness of their triggers as well as their thoughts in order to make better more meaningful decisions.
Yoga, being another evidence-based therapy that can tie into the idea of mindfulness as well as be a great way to maintain physical fitness and overall wellbeing is a tool we use at Northlake. Licensed yoga teachers lead clients through poses and exercises that open awareness to the mind and body. This is yet another tool that our clients are encouraged to use as a way to refocus their thoughts after they leave treatment.
12-Step Life Skills Groups and Peer Support feature often in our day-to-day, addiction treatment program. Research reveals that engagement in 12-Step healing groups like Narcotics Anonymous substantially decreases the possibility of regression throughout the first critical year post-rehab. At Northlake, we provide 12-Step as well as other peer assistance options to our clients. Within the safety and security of these recovery teams, our clients discover important life abilities pertaining to anger management, trauma-based issues, grief, and drug cravings and relapse avoidance.
Family Treatment is an essential therapeutic measurement to obtaining freedom from addiction. Our family therapists invite clients’ closest support system into their recovery process, with the understanding that this support network will be an essential safeguard post-rehab, one that is recognized as being important in relapse prevention.
Why 35+ Days of Inpatient Rehabilitation Is the Recommended Treatment Procedure for Drug Addiction
Success rates significantly improve the longer somebody is taken part in a treatment program. Chances of relapse are greatest throughout the very first months of recovery– especially during the first month after detoxification when drug cravings are greatest as a result of depleted levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine (which plays a big role in how feel pleasure). Therefore 35 days of inpatient drug treatment is the minimum time of treatment that we advise to clients who might not be able to carry out a longer course of treatment.
How to Know if You or a Loved One Requires Inpatient Treatment for a Drug Addiction
Anyone with a diagnosable substance use condition can gain from going to an inpatient rehab program. Below are some usual signs that may suggest the existence of a drug dependency that calls for therapy:.
A repeated pattern of drug use, regardless of unfavorable effects.
Making use of increasingly more drugs in order to handle anxiety or just to work every day.
You feel strange when the drug wears off. You may be shaky, depressed, sick to your stomach, sweat, or have headaches.
You borrow or steal money to pay for drugs.
Taking part in risky behaviors such as driving intoxicated.
Drug-related troubles at the office, college and/or in individual relationships.
Drug-related problems with the law.
You sleep too much or too little, compared with how you used to. Or you eat a lot more or a lot less than before.
Unsuccessful past attempts at quitting.
Loss of interest in things you used to like to do.
Inability to stop yourself from using the drug, even if you want to.
Just How Much Does Inpatient Drug Rehabilitation Cost?
A concern of many families and individuals is how will they be able to afford inpatient rehab. Fortunately, high quality drug treatment doesn’t have to drive you to bankruptcy. Thanks to government regulation that is currently in effect, insurance providers are required to assist addicts in need with financial help. On top of that we provide reasonable financing options.
We approve insurance coverage from over 25 major carriers.
”Northlake Recovery saved my life. I went there in June of 2020, and I haven’t touched a substance ever since.ChrisSober since 18/10/2020
Why Choose Our Drug Rehab Center?
Our Positive Treatment Outcomes – These consistently outperform those for our competitors. By applying a “client-directed, outcome-informed” approach that is highly personalized to the needs of each client, and by measuring our outcomes with the help of an independent third party, we are continuously evaluating what is working well and what can be done better in serving our clients’ treatment needs.
The Purpose of Detox – What to Expect from Our Florida Medical Detox Program
The purpose of Northlake Recovery’s drug and alcohol detox program is to provide clients with a safe, comfortable and complete withdrawal that will help clients transition to the next level of treatment— all within the peace, privacy and convenience of our self-contained, three-acre campus. Our brand-new, state-of-the-art Florida detox center is situated near the beach. Northlake Recovery is also conveniently located near three major airports (Palm Beach International, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, and Miami International), close to leading area hospitals (Jupiter, JFK, and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center), and enjoys easy access to one of the nation’s leading recovery hubs (Palm Beach County).
Here is what to expect from our drug and alcohol detox program:
- A thorough medical and clinical assessment upon admission
- A customized plan of care for your treatment needs
- 24/7 high-level medical supervision of withdrawal symptoms
- Renowned high safety standard, including one-on-one monitoring for clients who need it
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for cravings, if needed
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment for co-occurring mental disorders