Residential Treatment Program
Evoke Wellness’s Coconut Creek residential treatment program has a team of addiction professionals to ensure our clients get the best care possible. We want everyone that enters our Coconut Creek, FL rehab center to be successful and achieve long-term sobriety.
Now is the time to make a change in your life! Pick up the phone and find happiness once again! We help build the foundations needed to maintain long-term sobriety without the hassle of a complex admissions process. Our team has many members who are themselves in recovery. They go above and beyond the call of duty every day to help as many men and women as possible.
Don’t wait! Call 866.693.3871 today to learn more about our residential treatment program or other services.
How Does Residential Treatment Program Work?
Residential treatment refers to inpatient treatment or a long-term stay in an inpatient rehab facility. The first step in a residential treatment program is to ensure the body is free of all addictive substances. Once the client has been safely and comfortably clinically stabilized, the next step is moving into the residential treatment phase of the process. During this phase, the individual will learn about the disease of addiction.
They will also learn the underlying cause of their addiction through individual therapy and group counseling sessions. Residential treatment entails residing in a treatment facility so the person can receive more intensive levels of care and can be monitored and supported as needed.
What Does Residential Addiction Treatment Look Like?
Structure and accountability are vitally important in early recovery. The minimum length of stay for residential treatment is 28 days. It generally takes at least one month to break an old habit and instill new ones that promote healthy coping skills. With that said, we recommend attending residential treatment for at least three months if a person is serious about their long-term sobriety.
Learning to live an entirely new way of life is not easy and takes time. You can’t expect to take away months or years of drug and alcohol abuse and an unhealthy way of life in a matter of 1 month. You came to rely on a chemical substance in your everyday life. This means you will have to change much more in your life than just ridding your body of drugs and alcohol. It is vital that you learn how to replace drugs and alcohol with other healthy habits. This process takes time.
It isn’t an easy transition, and self-growth plays a significant role in long-term sobriety. The therapists and counselors that are on staff at residential properties will help those in early recovery find what it is they like to do and how to manage life without drugs and alcohol. Three months may seem like a long time to those who have never been in inpatient treatment before – but it is certainly a small price to pay for a lifetime of health, happiness, and sobriety
Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs
Once the client has been safely and comfortably withdrawn from all substances, the next step is moving into the residential treatment phase of the process. During this phase, the individual will learn about the disease of addiction.
- Patients may not leave the premises,
- Patients must undergo regular drug tests and maintain complete abstinence from all mind-altering substances,
- Patients must participate in one on one and group therapy sessions,
- Patients must avoid conflict with other patients.
All rules are clearly explained and discussed with the patient upon admission. There is a zero-tolerancee policy for drug and alcohol consumption. The point is to completely separate yourself from the drugs and alcohol that have diminished your joy of living and damaged relationships with those around you. Long-term recovery is what we strive for in our patients.