Wide Range Of Treatment Programs
Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center is happy to offer some of the most reputable and renowned addiction treatment services that Florida has to offer. We understand that achieving sobriety is no small matter; maintaining fulfilled, long-term sobriety takes time, patience, and dedication. Some individuals require a brief detoxification program for 7 to 10 days, followed by a rehabilitation program lasting 30 to 90 days. You or someone you love can become addiction- free and achieve success with our biological approach to the treatment of addiction.
Encompassing Multiple Therapies
We also provide life skills training, which encompasses anger management, communication skills, problem solving, relapse prevention, recovery training, decision-making, relationship skills, and symptom management. In addition, Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center offers non-verbal therapies to provide you, our client, with alternative means of self-expression and problem resolution, including: recreation therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and dance therapy. These holistic methods of addiction recovery have proven extremely effective over the years, and have become an integral part of our comprehensive addiction treatment services. Our educational support system guides our clients in managing symptoms of withdrawal and of any potential co-occuring disorders. Our highly qualified and caring staff of psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, nurses, therapists, and licensed masters-level social workers will guide you down the road to sobriety through individualized treatment with a multidisciplinary approach.
Welcoming & supportive treatment.
Partial hospitalization (PHP) is a type of outpatient treatment program. You will attend sessions during the day, or perhaps during evening hours. At the end of your session, you will return home. Partial hospitalization programs offer many of the same services that a residential program does. In addition, you will have the support of your fellow peers.
You will receive all the support, structure and resources that you would have in our residential treatment center. You will be assigned a counselor or caseworker who will work with you to develop an individual treatment plan.
You will have the opportunity to heal through individual counseling and grow through group therapy. Relapse prevention, education, and other services will also be offered. You will get to know your peers and perhaps participate in outings and events that help you learn how to have fun in recovery.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Confidence in your recovery.
For many people, our Intensive Outpatient Program care can be more suitable than participating in an inpatient program. It’s important to recognize that outpatient care may not be suitable for individuals who have a chronic history of drug abuse and who need a higher level of supervision. A qualified medical professional will need to make such an assessment.
Individuals who have made the decision to seek treatment may find it more beneficial to live at home and continue with work, school, and other activities instead of living at an inpatient facility. They would prefer to remain in daily contact with their family and friends and have the ability to continue with their daily activities in the community.
Our staff will be constantly assessing each individual as he or she progresses through the treatment program. They have the experience and knowledge to help determine when it is appropriate to begin scaling back on therapeutic activities.
Outpatient Program (OP)
Moving forward to a new future.
Our Outpatient Program (OP) is designed with the individual in mind. We take a unique approach to outpatient treatment where individuals have the opportunity to stay in our residential homes, in a beautiful residential community where they are housed with other members of our Outpatient Program. This is considered the last phase of care in our treatment model where clients have already graduated our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
If someone is struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders, and has already graduated our PHP and IOP programs, they would typically be a good fit for this phase of treatment. Our team will determine if clients are appropriate for our outpatient treatment based off their current evaluation, completion of treatment plan objectives in the first phases of treatment, and history of addiction. Once our team finds an individual to be clinically appropriate and internally motivated to partake in our final phase of treatment, we will recommend and reward them with this next phase on an individual basis.