Recovery Unplugged utilizes the universal language of music at our Florida drug addiction treatment center to help patients better articulate their emotions and overcome psychological obstacles that inhibit healthy self-discovery. Our creative leadership works closely with our clinical professionals to help patients find their voice and use it to heal.
Recovery Unplugged uses the power of music to help our patients heal from drug and alcohol addiction. Our staff is made up of experienced and qualified addiction care professionals, as well as acclaimed songwriters and creative staff. These professionals have come together to lend their expertise to a truly unique and effective recovery program. If you or a loved one is battling addiction or substance abuse, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you heal through music-based Florida drug addiction treatment and recovery.
“We get them into a place where they can actually feel again.”- Klifton Fehr, M.S. RMHCI
Recovery Unplugged is exceedingly proud of our record of success in helping patients overcome addiction and rebuild their lives through music-based Florida drug addiction treatment. With “Behind The Treatment” we want to give you insight on what we do.
Heal in comfort
Recovery Unplugged understands that environment plays a key role in residential treatment and strives to provide our patients with all of the comforts of home and more.
Our Florida drug addiction treatment facilities provide a safe and comfortable residential experience during this vulnerable time. While clinical practices are the cornerstone of any addiction treatment program, we know that patients will be much more motivated toward treatment and recovery if they have a comfortable and supportive environment in which they can heal and focus on their treatment.
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