Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Things to know about Drug Treatment

Things to Know about Drug Treatment

Are you part of the 20 million who need treatment? Here are a few things to understand first:

Recovery doesn’t end when treatment is over.

A one-size-fits-all approach will not help very many addicts recovery.

There are no shortcuts to recovery from addiction.

Addiction is not a personal weakness.

It’s work.

If you are addicted, you are not alone.

Your past doesn’t define who you are.

Relapse is not a requirement.

Music Makes the Difference.

The challenge with typical drug treatment programs, besides most of it being based on talk-therapy, is that eventually you have to leave. What can be done in 30 days can be easily undone in 30 minutes. Although addicts have much in common, there are individual needs that are ignored in most treatment centers. At Recovery Unplugged™ Treatment Center, we get to know each client as an individual, allowing us to better understand his or her needs for a full recovery. Just as everyone is different, so are our clients’ needs for rehabilitation and long-term sobriety. We are committed to doing whatever it takes to give our clients the best chance at returning to society as sober, motivated individuals. Our treatment philosophy centers on providing clients with a full continuum of care and rehabilitation with guidance and support every step of the way. Clients engage in day or night treatment with community housing, intensive outpatient programming, aftercare and sober living.

Recovery Unplugged’s staff is committed to providing the highest level of care to individuals struggling with substance abuse problems, aiming to transform their lives. Each and every member of our staff is dedicated to assisting each client on their own unique path to sobriety. From our resident advisers to our program director, we all view residents as the individuals they are, and offer them our greatest care. Our clinicians and management are licensed by the state of Florida to provide the most comprehensive and complete clinical services.

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