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Addiction Treatment Center for Florida Residents – Detox, Rehab for Alcohol, RX, Drugs

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The Detox Center of Los Angeles offers addiction treatment to Florida residents who are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. A substance use disorder is a complex condition that involves physical and psychological dependencies. To manage this condition and prevent relapse, enrolling at a clinically driven rehab staffed by experienced addiction specialists and clinicians who offer customized treatment is crucial. By learning how to manage your addiction, you can free yourself from the grip that drugs or alcohol have on your life. Let us help you achieve your recovery goals.

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Highest Rated Drug Rehab Program

Living with an addiction to an illicit drug or prescription drug can impede virtually every aspect of your life. Our drug rehab program is designed to address each aspect of addiction. With comprehensive therapy, you can learn how to manage your triggers to use effectively and prevent relapse. Our clinicians rely on evidence-based treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy and holistic treatments like physical fitness to promote lasting recovery. The Recovery Center of LA has an excellent reputation for its caring clinicians and residential treatment programs. We can help you build a strong foundation for your recovery with our customized support and safe, welcoming rehab setting.

Drug Detox and Rehab Program

The Detox Center of LA is a great place to begin a recovery journey from drug addiction. We offer inpatient detox that provides 24-hour monitoring and support. During detox, our clinicians can provide treatments to reduce the severity of withdrawal symptoms. Medical detox targets the physical aspect of the addiction as the body slowly becomes weaned off the substance of the addiction. Since severe withdrawal symptoms have been known to trigger health emergencies such as seizures, we treat them, helping clients get rest as their bodies recover. Drug detox tends to last about a week with most withdrawal symptoms peaking between 24-72 hours from the person’s last use. After that point, symptoms naturally begin to dissipate. Once detox is completed, clients can begin their rehab treatment program, which will address the psychological and behavioral aspects of the addiction.

Top Alcohol Rehab for Florida Residents

About 15 million people are struggling with an alcohol use disorder. Still more people are at high risk for developing an alcohol addiction because of their pattern of alcohol abuse. Although alcohol is legal and sold all over Florida and the rest of the country, it can be quite dangerous for individuals who are alcoholics or who drink excessively. At our rehab center, we help each client identify why they drink. When they can identify their triggers, they can begin to find ways to control them. We offer many different treatment approaches designed to help clients end their dependence on alcohol and build a sober way of life.

Drug Rehab for Florida Residents

If you are addicted to a prescription drug like Fentanyl or an illicit drug like meth, you must get professional addiction treatment. The Detox Center of LA can help you end your drug dependence for good. Our treatments have a strong relapse prevention component. Clients can expect to participate in individual counseling to explore personal issues related to their drug abuse and group counseling offers a supportive environment where clients can learn about managing addiction together. Addiction is fueled by powerful compulsions to use. Most people cannot control their addiction without treatment. With our tools and resources, you can end your drug habit and achieve your recovery goals.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Florida?

Drug and alcohol rehab costs in Florida as elsewhere vary. They vary from one rehab to another. The length of time and treatments someone needs can also impact their cost. Today, most insurance plans cover some amount of rehab and treatment costs. However, plans vary widely from one provider to another. If you’re concerned about rehab costs, it’s important to contact The Detox Center of LA to speak with an associate about accepted forms of payment, costs for detox and inpatient treatment, and insurance coverage. We can answer all of your questions and help you through the enrollment process.

How Long Is Rehab?

The amount of time someone needs to spend in rehab depends on their specific needs. Addiction treatment programs typically run for 30, 60, or 90-day increments. However, many rehabs can provide customized therapy. After completing a 30-day plan, some people may feel that some additional time is necessary. Not everyone meets their recovery milestones at the same time. That’s why The Detox Center of LA strives to customize a plan for each client. Many different factors can affect a person’s treatment needs. Some people may have an underlying mental health condition such as anxiety or depression. They can manage both conditions with dual diagnosis treatment, but they may prefer a lengthier rehab stay to get the support they need.

30-Day Rehab

A 30-day treatment program is generally regarded as a short-term stay. Many experts believe it is the minimum amount of time a person needs to learn how to manage their addiction. Within this time frame, clients will get help identifying their triggers to use drugs or alcohol. These might be work stress or negative emotions like anger. Then, therapists help them develop strategies to cope with these triggers in healthy ways that do not involve drugs or alcohol. It takes time to learn and practice new coping methods and initiate new healthful living patterns. At The Detox Center of LA, we help clients find effective ways to maintain their recovery journey and prevent relapse.

Long-Term Rehab

Many people addicted to drugs or alcohol benefit from a longer-term stay in rehab. Researchers have determined that the longer an individual remains in formal addiction treatment, the less likely they are to relapse. Old thoughts and coping patterns can be challenging to change, especially when stressors complicate the situation. With more rehab support, clients find it easier to navigate their way to stability and better coping methods. Also, many people who have been addicted for a long time or who may also have a dual diagnosis can benefit from a longer rehab center stay.

Additional Therapies and Addiction Treatments Available

The best rehabs offer many different treatment approaches. Some clients respond better to certain forms of therapy than others. For instance, the Detox Center of LA offers evidence-based, alternative, and holistic therapies. They all benefit the recovery process in different ways. This type of comprehensive treatment approach supports the mind, body, and spirit, providing clients with a strong recovery foundation for building their new sober life.

Does My Insurance Have Coverage for Rehab?

As mentioned, most medical insurance providers now offer some level of substance abuse treatment coverage. With the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance carriers must offer at least the mandated minimum amount of behavioral health and substance abuse treatment coverage. How much coverage your plan affords depends on your carrier and individual plan. When you contact us, we can help you determine your coverage amounts and what type of addiction treatment plans and treatments it will pay for. Navigating insurance premiums and coverage can be complex, but we always deal with these questions. We can provide you with the information you need to know.


MAT stands for medication-assisted treatment. When combined with substance abuse counseling, MAT can be effective for some substance use disorders like opioid addiction and alcoholism. Clinicians can prescribe certain medications that reduce a person’s craving for alcohol or the opioid they’re addicted to. MAT can also help ward off withdrawal symptoms. With fewer cravings and withdrawal symptoms, clients find it easier to focus on their subsequent therapies. Generally, people remain on MAT for about a year. Some people remain on medication longer. While MAT drugs are safe when used as directed, they can be abused, so expect clinicians to monitor dosing closely.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy forms a core of our treatment programs at The Detox Center of LA. CBT helps people recognize the connections between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Unhealthy patterns of thinking and coping with emotions impact behaviors. By addressing one’s thoughts and feelings and learning how to identify when they veer into an unhealthy place, a person can more easily and mindfully manage their behaviors. CBT is an evidence-based treatment used for many disorders, including substance use disorders. It is highly effective for helping people with a drug or alcohol addiction to manage their condition.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy is closely related to CBT and rational emotive behavioral therapy. During this form of therapy, trained therapists work closely with clients to help them manage their distress levels. Distress tolerance is an important part of relapse prevention. Triggers are associated with feelings of distress. Triggers can compel a person to drink or abuse drugs. By becoming more ‘comfortable’ with distress, clients can prevent relapse and practice new ways of handling stress, which is an inevitable part of life. During DBT therapy, clients are reminded that they can’t always prevent stress but can manage their response to it. Healthful stress and emotional management are the keys to lasting recovery.

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)

Like CBT and DBT, rational emotive behavioral therapy supports clients whose unhealthy thoughts and feelings drive their addiction. During REBT sessions, therapists confront–and help clients to confront ways of thinking that aren’t healthy. A negative self-image, for instance, can be a driver of emotional pain, insecurity, and negative behaviors like drinking or drug use. Changing unhealthy perceptions and thoughts takes time, but the results lead to better behaviors and, of course, a healthier way of thinking about oneself and others. Some clients realize when their thoughts are unhealthy; others do not. This form of therapy is extremely helpful for people with self-perception problems that underlie their addiction.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Many individuals with a drug or alcohol addiction also have a mental health condition. In fact, as many as a third of people with a substance use disorder have a mental health disorder such as depression or anxiety. Dual diagnosis treatment is essential for these individuals because either of their disorders can negatively impact the other. The goal is to help them manage both of their conditions successfully simultaneously. The Detox Center of LA offers dual diagnosis treatment. Generally, mental health treatment includes medication, psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, EMDR, is a unique way of treating trauma. Trauma, as many people know, can be a trigger for long-term alcohol and drug abuse. By managing trauma, clients can ease their emotional pain and more easily prevent relapse. During EMDR therapy sessions, a therapist will show an object to the person and ask them to shift their eyes in different ways while also asking them to recall aspects of their trauma. The physical shift of the eyes triggers a shift in the brain that actually ‘moves’ the traumatic memory to a different part of the brain where, somehow, it is less difficult to cope with. Once a novel form of trauma treatment, it has grown in popularity because of its efficacy.

Relapse Prevention

It’s not uncommon for some clients to be more susceptible to relapse than others. If they’ve experienced significant trauma, for example, or have a dual diagnosis, they may be at increased risk for relapse. Some drug addictions are extremely powerful. A meth addiction has a relapse rate of more than 90%. Clients who are at heightened risk for relapse can benefit by including relapse prevention therapy in their treatment plan. All therapies, of course, aim at some level to help clients prevent relapse, but this therapy provides more intense training and help for clients. They learn to identify high-risk settings and situations and strategies for dealing with them so they can keep their recovery progress on track.

Life Skills Training

Strong life skills involve things like good time management and the ability to communicate well. Some people struggle with these skills because they’ve never learned them or have been out of practice for a long time. Increasingly, drug and alcohol rehabs offer life skills training because these types of skills support recovery. Living a healthy, well-structured life helps guard against relapse.

Vocational Training

A person who has been addicted to drugs or alcohol for a long period may have been out of the workforce. A young person caught up in drug or alcohol abuse may never have developed work skills. That’s why many addiction rehabs have added a vocational training component to their treatment offerings. These workshops provide clients with skills that can help them locate and apply for a job. They’ll also learn good workplace skills to maintain their position and remain in good standing.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is often a core element of an addiction treatment program. Group participants support one another as they share their thoughts, ideas, and coping strategies for living with addiction. Therapists work with the group while focusing on topics related to most people recovering from alcohol or drug addiction. The group format is used for many different treatment approaches, including 12-step principles, anger management, mindfulness, and more.

Experiential Therapy

Experiential Therapy is a positive alternative to talk therapy. Clients do a lot of sitting, talking and listening during traditional treatment sessions. That’s important, but there are other ways to promote recovery. Art therapy, for instance, is a form of experiential therapy. Clients can express themselves by creating art. Restorative yoga, music therapy, and equine therapy are also popular forms of addiction experiential therapy.

One-on-One Therapy

Individual therapy is essential for achieving lasting recovery. While group sessions are great for supporting and addressing issues that many people with addiction face, individual therapy allows each person to focus on unique factors that impact their addiction. During these sessions, therapists help clients work through their personal issues to manage them successfully. Otherwise, these issues have a way of triggering a relapse. Each person is unique. One-on-one therapy gives each person a chance to focus on their individual problems with the help of a professional.

Family Therapy

When someone is addicted, their spouse, children, and extended family can suffer too. Many family members struggle to understand the nature of substance use disorders and how to help their loved ones in the best way. Some families are struggling with trust issues or dysfunction related to any number of family issues. Family therapy is designed to help the entire family unit. Therapy sessions provide a springboard for healing, whether it’s improving communication or resolving serious issues. For clients and their family members who are interested in family therapy, this type of treatment is an option at The Detox Center of LA. Our therapists will help your family work through issues to find a healthier way of relating to one another.

Trauma Informed Therapy After PSTD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental disorder that may result after a person witnesses or experiences trauma. It might have been a single traumatic experience in their past or several. However, trauma can manifest in other ways. Not everyone may experience PTSD due to trauma, but a personal trauma can, nevertheless, impact one’s mental health. Many addiction treatment providers offer trauma-informed therapy because trauma can be a major driver of drinking or drug use. It’s important to address traumatic experiences within the context of therapy to ensure that they don’t remain triggers of drug or alcohol abuse.

Physical Fitness

Physical fitness at any level tends to be a healthy activity for people. Exercise supports physical health as well as emotional well-being. People recovering from addiction need to find a range of healthy coping methods that help them cope with stress, negative emotions, and other triggers. Exercise is particularly good at dispelling negative thoughts and feelings because it delivers a ‘natural’ and healthy high. The body releases feel-good endorphins that flood the body and brain during exercise. The result is that people feel better. When they feel better, they feel less inclined to rely on unhealthy coping methods like drinking or using drugs. Of course, each person can approach physical activity at their own level. One doesn’t have to be an athlete or especially athletic to exercise. Activities like walking, biking, or swimming will suffice as well as activities like sports or running.

Off-Site Activities

During their recovery program, clients spend a lot of time in rehab. After a while, they may feel shut in and disconnected from the outside world after a while. Initially, this has its advantages. The spent in rehab allows each person to immerse themselves in their therapy without unwelcome outside interruptions or distractions. As individuals grow in stability, it makes treatment sense to begin reconnecting with the outside world. Off-site activities are a great opportunity for getting back out into the world with other clients. These activities vary in nature. They might involve going to a cinema to watch a movie or a theater to see a play. They might involve a hike at a nearby nature reserve or a day at the beach. The activities are healthful and are geared to stimulate positive feelings about reconnecting with normal and healthful aspects of daily living.

12 Step Rehab for Florida Residents

Many people are familiar with groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These groups base their support for addiction recovery on 12 steps. As treatment programs wind down, addiction specialists will counsel clients about the importance of aftercare. Recovery doesn’t end with program completion. Attending a 12-step group like AA or NA ensures that clients have support as they transition back to their daily lives. They can support others and get help when they need it. A 12-step rehab will familiarize clients with 12-step principles. That way, they may find it easier to integrate into these groups. Also, the 12 steps can provide a strong framework for rebuilding one’s post-addiction life.

Anxiety Disorder

Feelings of intense worry or panic characterize anxiety disorder. It can involve heightened feelings of distress that do not dissipate. An anxious person may feel like their brain is racing with worries or fear. It’s not uncommon for many people with a substance use disorder to have anxiety. They may have self-medicated their symptoms by using drugs or alcohol to help them cope.

Conversely, drug and alcohol abuse can actually trigger mental changes that result in the development of anxiety. Fortunately, this mental health condition can be managed effectively like so many others. Clinicians may recommend medication along with therapy based on the individual’s needs. Dual diagnosis treatment is necessary if you have anxiety and a substance use disorder.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that involves extreme mood shifts–from manic energy to deep depression. The highs and lows of bipolar disorder can be difficult for sufferers to manage; their mood shifts can also affect their relationships with family and friends. Each phase of the disorder might last for months. A person might struggle to get out of bed for months when in the depressive phase. During the manic phase, they might get minimum sleep, and feel highly energized, and struggle to control their impulses. For instance, during this phase, they might drink excessively or engage in high-risk behaviors. With medication and therapy, people can manage this condition. However, enrolling at a treatment center that offers dual diagnosis treatment is important.

Borderline Personality Disorder

A borderline personality disorder is a mental health condition that can seriously impact a person’s self-image and ability to maintain a healthy relationship. Individuals with BPD often struggle with emotional outbursts and difficulty regulating emotions and behaviors. Impulsive behavior, reckless behaviors, and mood swings can govern this condition. Therapists work with clients to help them build their stability. With treatment, symptoms of this disorder can improve as individuals learn strategies and techniques to manage their condition.


Codependency is an emotional and behavioral condition that affects a person’s ability to have a healthy relationship. In codependent relationships, for example, one individual often needs to be needed; the other tends to be needy. This dynamic can prevent both people from acting independently within the relationship or feeling particularly satisfied with the unhealthy behavior patterns that tend to accompany these relationships. Working with a counselor or therapist allows people to identify how they’ve been codependent and how to minimize unhealthy behaviors and replace them with new, healthy ways of relating. In many ways, managing unhealthy mental health patterns is similar to managing unhealthy thought and emotional patterns that govern addiction. With support and time, people can forge new, healthful patterns of thinking and feeling.


Depression may be a common mental health condition, but it can also become quite dangerous if the individual begins to feel suicidal. One in six people will experience a bout of clinical depression at least once in their life. A traumatic experience or grief might bring it on. Some people’s brains may just be ‘wired’ in a way that leaves them vulnerable to depression. Commonplace among mental illnesses or not, untreated depression can be debilitating. It can also trigger unhealthy behaviors like drinking or using drugs. Like other forms of mental illness, depression can be treated effectively. Today, there are many treatments available. Clinicians will prescribe therapies that best address each client’s symptoms during dual diagnosis treatment.

Impulse Control Disorder

People with impulse control disorder find it difficult to control their unhealthy impulses. Conditions like kleptomania and pyromania are categorized as impulse control disorders. Impulsiveness can also accompany drinking and drug use. Substance use disorders are governed by powerful feelings of compulsion, which aren’t so different from negative impulses. When these conditions overlap, they can be difficult to manage. However, dual diagnosis treatment can help people with impulse control disorder and a drinking problem. It’s essential to find a treatment center like The Detox Center of LA that offers professional dual diagnosis treatment to manage both conditions effectively.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental health disorder that’s triggered by profound traumatic experiences. It’s not uncommon among water veterans or first responders like firefighters or police who routinely face traumatic situations. It’s also not uncommon for victims of abuse to experience this condition. A single traumatic episode can trigger PTSD or a series of traumatic experiences can trigger complex PTSD. People with this disorder may experience powerful flashbacks to the event and nightmares. They may experience anxiety and struggle to regulate their emotions. Treatment may involve medications and therapy. Left untreated, PTSD can impact drinking or drug use, which is why dual diagnosis treatment is so important for clients with mental health conditions.

Why Choose the Detox Center of LA?

Florida might be filled with sunshine, but if you’re in a dark place because of drugs or alcohol, it’s time to seek help. The Detox Center of LA offers medical detox and drug and alcohol addiction treatment. We feature inpatient treatment programs. Clients who are interested in outpatient treatment can contact us to find out about our network partners that offer outpatient programming. At our rehab, clients will find a safe, welcoming environment staffed by caring professionals. Our programs are clinically driven and based on leading conventional therapies, but we also offer some alternative and holistic treatments that enhance recovery. Contact us to learn more about our treatment plans. Don’t wait for the support you need to end your substance dependence.