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There are several different types of drug and alcohol rehab depending on a person’s care needs. When it comes time for your or your loved to decide on treatment options, it’s important that you research your choices to pick the right program for you. The main types of rehab for substance use disorder include:

Long Term Drug & Rehab in Florida

Long Term Drug & Rehab in Florida

 

Long-Term Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Florida

Long-Term Rehab – Long term drug and alcohol rehab is a residential inpatient program that can last anywhere from three to six months and is designed for those who need the most intense level of care. Participants who complete long-term rehab often go on to stay in sober-living residences after completing their initial inpatient treatment program. That way, they can continue to receive care from a qualified therapist. Florida long term drug and alcohol rehab gives participants the time to learn relearn life-skills and may offer other forms of support like family education and job-placement.

 

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – PHP rehab is designed for clients that need an outpatient setting, but are suffering from an addiction-related medical issue.

 

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient Rehab – Inpatient rehab programs provide a deeper level of care than their outpatient counterparts. People who enter inpatient drug rehab programs may have relapsed after trying other less intensive options or may just require a higher level of care and supervision during treatment. Programs usually last anywhere from 30 to 90 days and involve participants staying on site at their facility for the duration of their rehab. This is also called residential rehab. While The Gardens does not offer inpatient options, we can offer referral to those who qualify and are in clear need.

 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Rehab

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Rehab – Intensive outpatient rehab is a more in-depth version of the traditional outpatient method. It follows the outpatient model, but involves more treatment hours per week.

 

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient Rehab – Outpatient rehab is ideal for clients that need to maintain their obligations while getting help. Participants usually attend nine hours of treatment per week. These sessions are broken down into three three-hour sessions or four sessions lasting about four hours and a half hours per day. Outpatient rehab is ideal for those who don’t need to sequester themselves in a longer-running program.

To find out what type of rehab program is right for you, contact The Gardens at Lake Worth, here in South Florida today at (844) 357-3442. Our admissions representatives will help you determine the right option so you began the healing process.