Treating Addiction in Florida | Safe Haven Recovery

Florida Addiction Treatment

Addiction doesn't have to be a life sentence, nor a moral failing. It can happen to anyone and with help, people get better. We believe that the first step to recovery from chemical dependency is hope; the hope for a life no longer dictated by alcohol and drugs. Drug abuse can be treated with structured help and we provide all the ingredients.

Our evidenced-based approach to addiction treatment empowers clients on the road to recovery. We offer comprehensive treatment for drug and alcohol rehab. In fact, we were one of the first Florida treatment centers to use medication assisted treatment(MAT). In addition, our therapists support our MAT program with holistic therapy and coping skills to propel you beyond Florida addiction treatment.

Addictions Helped by Florida Drug Rehab

Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment

No one treatment option works for every addiction or each client. We believe the addiction treatment process needs to address the individual needs of the client to get sober and sustain sobriety. However, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) has shown results that provide superior outcomes against abstinence only treatment protocols. In fact, the best thing about MAT care is that is intertwined with behavioral therapies and 12-step program for maximum effectiveness.

​Our Florida Addiction Treatment Includes Vital Element Such as:

  • A total-wellness focus that includes fitness and alternative stress management techniques.
  • Daily meditation and goal-setting sessions.
  • Daily 12-Step meetings.
  • At least five hours of daily group therapy.
  • Weekly individual therapy sessions and additional sessions as needed.
  • Weekly psychiatric and medical sessions.
  • Gym workouts throughout the week to help clean/detox the body from the residual effects of drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Medication management.

Addiction Treatment: Types of Care

Florida Addiction Treatment at Safe Haven Recovery

Signs of Addiction 

  • Uncontrollable drug seeking.
  • Ignoring or losing interest in activities that don't involve harmful drugs or behavior.
  • Being defensive with people who identify the dependency.
  • The inability to stop using a drug in the face of health problems, personal problems and job loss.
  • Hiding drugs or behaviors and being secretive. 
  • Distinct changes in appearance, including a noticeable lack of hygiene.
  • Increased risk-taking

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