Recovery Unplugged

RX DRUG REHAB IN LAKE WORTH

Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center
Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center
Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center

TOP-RATED PRESCRIPTION DRUG REHAB IN LAKE WORTH

Addiction treatment programs at Recovery Unplugged can help people end dependence on powerful prescription drugs like opioids, benzodiazepines, sleeping pills, and other commonly used medications. Our Lake Worth center offers a full range of alcohol and drug addiction programs, including medical drug and alcohol detox, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions, virtual online care, aftercare and sober living.

As a leading treatment facility in Lake Worth, Florida, we offer evidence-based treatment programs that include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and also our unique music assisted treatment approach that used music to enhance the recovery experience.

If you or a loved one are addicted to any type of prescription drug, illicit drug, or alcohol, you can get the help you need to be well again at Recovery Unplugged. Our inpatient and outpatient treatment programs span the entire continuum of care, so we can meet you where you need us.

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WHAT IS RX REHAB LIKE?

Our medical detox and drug and alcohol rehab is a positive and safe environment for every client. We know that people have been through a lot before they get here. We work to empower our clients to envision and build the life they dream of, free from drugs and alcohol.

Our goal is to help people explore and heal the root causes of their substance abuse, learn to recognize and manage triggers to use these drugs and help them build healthy coping mechanism that allow them to deal with stress without turning to alcohol and drugs.

We rely on evidence-based therapy and behavioral health treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. Therapy takes place in both group and individual counselliing sessions. We also incorporate family therapy to heal damaged family relationships and help family members understand how best to support their loved one in recovery. Our musica assisted treatment approach uses music to help people connect and build trust so they can better embrace life saving care.

Our Lake Worth treatment center is situated close to the beach on beautifully landscaped grounds featuring state of the art residences. Rooms are semi-private and three freshly prepared meals are served daily. Clients have acces to a gym, zen garden, laundry facilities, bookstore, vape shop and more to help them feel relaxed and comfortable during their stay.

Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center
Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center
Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox and Rehab Center

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WHAT TO EXPECT DURING RX REHAB

Most people who enter rehab for a prescription drug addiction begin with a period of medical detox. Quitting prescription drugs can cause signitificant withdrawal symptoms that make it very difficutl to stop using them. During medical detox you will receive 24 hour medical care from specially trained doctors and nurses that will help to manage your withdrawal symptoms. Our clinical staff can provide FDA-approved medications including Buprenorphine, Lorazepam, Phenobarbital, Diazepam, and Librium to manage the symptoms of withdrawal and ensure your safety during detox. Detox typically lasts 5-7 days.

After detox, many clients will transition directly to inpatient rehab where they will begin the deeper work of exploring the root causes addiction. Inpatient treatment lasts anywhere from 7-24 days. During inpatient rehab in Lake Worth, patients reside in semi private rooms in our state of the art residences. The treatment center is situated on beautifully landscaped grounds close to the beach and other natural attractions. Clients have access to the gym, laundry facilities, a beautiful zen garden, bookstore, and vape shop.

Residential clients are permitted to use cell phones during designated times after an initial assessment and evaluation period. We understand the importance of staying connected to loved ones and we balance this need with providing a distraction free environment during treatment times. Inpatient rehab clients are also welcome to bring their non-agressive dog or cat with them to treatment, as long as they are up to date on all their vaccinations and applicable shots. Patients are also responsible for bringing all of their pet’s food as well as an enclosure to keep it safe. Pets provide

For many people outpatient treatment is the next stage in the recovery process. Outpatient treatment provides a strong support system for people who have completed inpatient treatment and are transitioning back into life outside of rehab. Outpatient treatment is also an excellent option for those who cannot attend inpatient treatment due to their responsibilities to family, work and home. Outpatient drug rehab in Lake Worth allows patients to receive treatment while residing at home or in a sober living facility.

No matter which level of care you enter, you will work with clinicians and therapists who are experts in the field of addiction medicine. They are also caring, empathetic, and devoted to staying updated with new treatment therapies to provide clients with diverse options. RX drug abuse takes a toll on individuals and their loved ones, so we also offer family therapy to ensure clients have the well-rounded support they need to rebuild their lives and health.

HOW LONG DOES RX REHAB IN LAKE WORTH LAST?

The length of time a person will need to spend in prescription drug rehab varies based on each individual case. Typically detox lasts 5-7 days, residential treatment generally lasts between 7-24 days, our partial hospitalization program (PHP) lasts 10-15 days and our intensive outpatient treatment can last anywhere from 10-30 days.

TOP ABUSED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

If you find yourself or a loved one becoming dependent on prescription drugs, you are not alone. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that over 18 million people in the United States misuse prescription pills every year. Prescription drug addiction can affect anyone and there is no shame in admitting the problem and reaching out for help.

Some of the most common prescription drug addictions we treat incluce benzodiazepines (aka benzos) like Xanax, Ativan, Klonopin and Valium, Opioids like Oxycodone, Morphine, Vicodin and Fentanyl, Stimulants like Aderall, Ritalin and Dexedrine, and sleep medications like Ambien, Lunesta, and Sonata.

All of these medications are highly effective at treating their respective medical conditions but they are also highly addictive. It’s possible to become physically dependent on prescription medications very quickly and quitting them can be extremely difficult. Exceeding the prescribed dose even a little or using the drug in any way that deviates from a doctor's prescription constitutes abuse. These seemingly small abuses (i.e., taking the medication before its next recommended dose) can quickly lead to full-blown drug addiction.

PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS

Prescription opioids offer powerful pain-killing relief, but they are also extremely addictive. More widely abused than any other prescription drug, opioid narcotics like Fentanyl, Oxycodone, Codeine, Hydrocodone, Morphine, and others have led to the opioid epidemic, which continues to plague communities all over the U.S., including South Florida. In 2019 alone, nearly 10 million people in the U.S. abused prescription opioids, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Roughly two out of every three overdose deaths in recent years involved an opioid.

Many people misuse Rx opioids because they help them feel very relaxed. Opioids can induce a feeling of euphoria by targeting the brain's 'feel-good' center. However, this center is located precariously close to the brain's controls for respiratory function. Taking too much of an opioid or combining it with alcohol or other drugs can easily lead to overdose, which is part of the reason Lake Worth and communities around the country have witnessed a dramatic increase in opioid overdose.

Prescription opioid addiction can also lead to illicit drug addiction. In fact, about 80% of people who abuse heroin first abused prescription opioids, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. As with other forms of substance addiction like heroin addiction, cocaine addiction, or alcohol addiction, prescription drug addiction requires effective substance abuse treatments including opioid detox, inpatient rehab, outpatient programs, and sometimes medication-assisted treatment.

PRESCRIPTION STIMULANTS

Prescription stimulants are another class of drugs that are frequently abused. Amphetamines such as Adderall and other stimulants like Ritalin induce feelings of increased energy and exhilaration. Some people begin misusing them to help them study or lose weight. However, these drugs are addictive and can easily lead to drug dependence and addiction. They are also associated with an increased risk of health emergencies such as overdose, seizures, and heart attack.

PRESCRIPTION DEPRESSANTS

Prescription depressants include drugs like sedatives, sleeping pills, and benzodiazepines. They are prescribed to treat anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks and seizure disorders. These drugs can induce feelings of relaxation, tranquility, and well-being, they are also easily abused and highly addictive. They are also associated with a high risk for overdose, especially when combined with alcohol or other drugs.

Many people are not aware of the highly addictive nature of commonly prescribed drugs like Xanax and Valium and only realize they’ve developed a physical dependence when they try to cut back or quit. Benzodiaxepine withdrawal symptoms closely resemble the conditions they are typically prescribed to treat: anxiety, incomnia, panic attacks, and even seizures. Because prescription depressant withdrawal can be dangerous, it is always recomended to detox in a medical detox center that can provide 24 hour montoring by specially trained doctors and nurses.

Since these drugs are often prescribed to treat mental health conditions, particularly anxiety disorders, effectvely treating benzodiazepine addiction usually requires dual diagnosis treatment for the underlying mental health condition as well.

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Why Choose Recovery Unplugged for RX Rehab?

Recovery Unplugged helps clients establish a strong foundation to rebuild their health and lives without addictive drugs and alcohol. We provide a complete continuum of care, which means we can offer the inpatient, outpatient, and even virtual online support clients require to succeed in recovery long term.

Our unique music assisted approach to treatment uses music to help people access their emotions and connect with others. The level of understanding and trust that comes from connecting through music helps people open up and embrace evidence-based life-saving treatment.

Recovery Unplugged is fully licensed and accredited by the Joint Commision, the gold standard in healthcare certification. At our eight locations across the country, we’ve treated more than 8,600 clients with a client satisfaction rate of 95%. Our alumni have a combined 3 million days of recovery and counting. To learn more about Recovery Unplugged and how we can help you or a loved one, reach out today. We’re available 24/7 and calls are completely confidential.

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