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Millions of Americans have substance use disorders and need help to stop them. You may not be sure if you or your loved one needs to go to rehab, but you suspect that you have a problem with drugs and alcohol. The good news is that there are treatments that have been proven to be effective for anyone with drug addiction, and rehab can help you get clean and sober for good.
- Best Drug Rehab Center for Miami Residents
- Types of Addiction Treatment for Drug Addiction We Offer
- Inpatient Drug Rehab
- Outpatient Drug Rehab
- Heroin Rehab
- Meth Rehab
- Benzo Rehab
- Prescription Drug Rehab
- Cocaine Rehab
- What Is Rehab Like?
- 12 Step Drug Rehab in Miami
- Executive Drug Rehab in Miami
- Breathwork Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Family Systems Therapy
- Trauma-Informed Therapy
- Why Choose The Detox Center of LA For Drug Rehab in Miami
Best Drug Rehab Center for Miami Residents
While not everyone needs rehab, many of those with a substance use disorder need some kind of help to get and stay clean. If you haven’t been using it for very long, or you don’t use very much of your drug of choice when you do use it, you might be able to join a 12-step or similar type of recovery group and get clean from the community support.
However, it’s more common now for people with drug addictions to require more support and help to get clean. Recovery meetings are a helpful treatment, but by themselves may not be the right answer. Instead, you might also need a drug rehab center to help you understand what led to the addiction, and learn coping skills so that you never have to take another drug to feel good.
Types of Addiction Treatment for Drug Addiction We Offer
Behavioral therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy, are effective in helping you change your behaviors, thoughts, and feelings so you don’t have to use them. They teach you how to recognize when you have unhelpful thoughts and feelings, and how to reframe them into something more positive. They’re evidence-based treatments that I’ve been shown to help drug users to get and stay clean.
We believe that understanding how you think about yourself and your addiction is essential, instead of “blaming and shaming”. Therefore, in addition to the proven therapies noted above, we offer a relatively new intensive counseling practice known as psychodynamic therapy.
Many who have issues with substance abuse have experienced trauma in their lives. It may have happened in childhood or adulthood or both. Trauma-informed therapy with specially trained staff ensures that you process the trauma without being retraumatized. Spiritual therapy is also one of our services, which helps you heal emotionally as well as mentally and physically.
In addition, you may need family therapy. Drugs don’t just affect users, but also their families. They learn about how addiction works, as well as how they can help themselves and their recovering family member.
Inpatient Drug Rehab
If you have a longer history of drug use, and you tend to use a lot when you do use it, you need a more intensive program. Inpatient treatment is also a good choice for anyone who has a co-occurring mental health disorder such as ADHD, depression, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder. You’ll receive help for your dual diagnosis at the same time you learn coping mechanisms and life skills.
At an inpatient drug rehab, you’ll stay at the facility overnight. Each hour of the day has a purpose to it. Everyone eats meals, gets up, and goes to bed at the same time. You’ll spend most of the day in therapy, whether group or individual and have time for fun and games after dinner.
Outpatient Drug Rehab
When you go to outpatient treatment, it may be because you “graduated” from inpatient treatment. Or, if your general health is good and you don’t have as much of a history with your drug of choice, you might go straight to outpatient rehab.
You don’t spend the night in this type of treatment. You may attend most hours of the day most days of the week in outpatient rehab (typically in a partial hospitalization program), or you might attend classes and therapy on nights and weekends instead.
If your drug of choice is heroin, it’s highly likely you’ll need to go to heroin rehab to get and stay clean. As an opiate, heroin is highly addictive, and recovery meetings may not be enough.
It’s also common for anyone with meth use disorder to need a stay in rehab in order to put together a solid foundation for recovery.
Benzodiazepines such as Xanax and Valium are often prescribed to treat anxiety or depression. Even medicines can be addictive and abused.
Prescription Drug Rehab
Whether you take prescription drugs to manage pain, anxiety or depression, or ADHD and similar disorders, it’s easy to get hooked on these types of drugs. Many who use prescription meds find themselves shopping for doctors who will provide a prescription without too many questions so they can get more of the drugs.
There are several factors that determine the length of your stay. These include whether you need a supervised detox or not, how heavy, and how often you used your drug of choice. Detox usually takes a week to ten days. Rehab programs are typically 30-90 days. In general, the longer you’ve been using, and the more you use each time, the longer your stay should be to prevent relapse.
Maybe you’ve been living on the street. Your life may be consumed entirely by getting your drugs and alcohol and using them. Then you’ll need more time to develop healthy habits that will help you stay clean and sober. If drugs haven’t taken over your life yet, your stay can be shorter, but you’ll still build a strong foundation.
What Is Rehab Like?
Withdrawal symptoms occur when you stop using. Your brain is used to the drugs, so it’s out of balance chemically. Your symptoms can be mild, moderate, or severe, and they can also change from one to another pretty quickly. Having medical supervision to monitor you when you’re detoxing from drugs will help keep you comfortable and less likely to relapse.
In drug rehab, you’ll learn life skills as well as stress management skills that you can start using right away. Being able to handle whatever life throws at you is key to staying clean and sober. Help and community are close by when you go to rehab, which provides a safe environment for you to practice your new skills.
12 Step Drug Rehab in Miami
It’s true that the 12 steps were originally created for alcoholics to get and stay sober. Fortunately, the principles are effective for other drugs too. The steps will help you understand how your drug use truly affected your life, as well as how it affected the lives of your loved ones.
Executive Drug Rehab in Miami
This type of drug rehab is designed for executives who may not be able to leave their job duties behind as they work on their own recovery. After all, some addicts are still working, even in high-level positions. Executive rehabs often feature access to computers and conference rooms so that their work continues as they get sober.
As you might imagine, stress is a major trigger for drug abuse. Breathwork keeps you in the present moment while you focus on your breath. It helps you better manage your stress because you’re not spiraling out of control. Once you’ve learned the basic principles, you can practice anywhere.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
With this evidence-based therapy, you’ll learn to recognize thought patterns that are false and replace them with helpful ones. It’s common the thinking of someone who uses drugs to warp reality. You can’t clearly see what’s going on in front of you. Not only is CBT well known for its ability to help people with substance use disorders, but it also helps improve other mental health disorders.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
While you’ll attend both group settings and one on one counseling, you’ll be changing mental patterns. In that way, it’s similar to CBT. However, instead of thinking, you’ll focus on your emotions. Discover the feelings that lead to drug addiction so that you can get clean.
Family Systems Therapy
Family members and addicts often don’t realize how drug use also affects the family. This type of therapy helps your family members learn about their own interactions and their contributions to the disease. They’ll know how they can help themselves and support you in your recovery.
Unfortunately, it’s very common for anyone with a substance use disorder to have trauma in their story. Trained therapists understand the various ways that trauma can affect your life, not just neurologically and emotionally but physically and mentally too. You’ll process your experience in a way that avoids retraumatizing you and helps you move forward in life.
Why Choose The Detox Center of LA For Drug Rehab in Miami
Are you concerned about the effects drugs have on your life? Get into treatment as soon as you can to heal and recover. At The Detox Center of LA, we’ll help you one step at a time, so you don’t feel like too much is thrown at you all at once.
We’ll teach you life skills so that you can be successful after you transition out of rehab. We create a customized treatment plan that’s designed specifically for you. Don’t suffer any longer, but get a start on the new life that you want and deserve by contacting us today.