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Rehab Near Me: Best Drug Rehab Center For Addiction in Miami

 The Detox Center of Los Angeles is the best drug and alcohol recovery center in Miami because we provide the personalized care, medical treatments, mental health care, and support you need to quit drinking and using drugs for good. All care is delivered by highly skilled, experienced, and credentialed doctors, nurses, therapists, and counselors who truly care about helping you. 

We are an inpatient detox and rehab treatment center, meaning you will live inside the treatment center, usually for 20 to 30 days, depending on your diagnosis and the treatments that are recommended. All programs are tailored to each individual’s unique needs, and care does not end after you leave our treatment center. Our rehab program is part of a national network of treatment centers that offer all levels of care, from residential rehab through partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, and outpatient and aftercare treatments like:

  • 12-step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous
  • Alumni groups
  • SMART Recovery groups
  • Group therapy
  • Sober living homes

With treatment from The Detox Center of LA, you will not only overcome the physical aspects of addiction, but you will also regain your sense of self, and your quality of life, and gain the relapse prevention and recovery skills you need to live a productive, healthy, sober life. 

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Highest Rated Drug Rehab Program

 Our Miami drug rehab program includes comfortable accommodations, customized treatment plans, holistic programs, evidence-based therapies, and 24-hour medical care. The staff is caring and kind, and within our facility, you can access the care, treatments, and support you need to make a full recovery from drug addiction, including behavioral therapy, nutrition and exercise, emotional healing, psychological care, and more. Food is cooked by a private chef, and there are plenty of amenities you can enjoy as you do the hard work that it takes to overcome addiction for good.

Drug Detox and Rehab Program

At The Detox Center of LA, we have comprehensive medical detox programs that provide:

  • 24/7 onsite nursing and on-call medical doctors available
  • Meeting with your primary therapist for addiction treatment once a day.
  • Healthy meals prepared by a private chef
  • A full psychiatric evaluation
  • Holistic healing and treatments to help you through the pain and discomfort naturally
  • Dual diagnosis care for those with a co-occurring mental health issue
  • Medication-assisted treatment programs

We will give you the nursing care, medications, and therapy you need to get through detox so you are stable and can begin your customized inpatient rehab program. Detox is customized to best suit your needs depending on what drug(s) you were using, your level of addiction, and other factors. You will stay safe, comfortable, and supported as your body heals and removes the toxins from your system.

Top Alcohol Rehab in Miami

Alcohol use disorder is one of the most common substance abuse issues in the United States and requires specialized detox protocols because the withdrawal symptoms can become severe if untreated by medical professionals. If you are considering quitting drinking, a medical detox program can keep you safe and comfortable, avoiding serious issues like high blood pressure, seizures, and delirium tremens.

Our alcohol rehab program after detox is usually 20 to 30 days of inpatient treatment specialized to help you deal with the emotions, thoughts, behaviors, relationships, and mental health issues that caused you to abuse alcohol. Alcohol rehab also provides relapse prevention strategies, mechanisms to help you cope with stress, and other tools you can use for the rest of your life. You will build new, healthy habits, reframe your thoughts and feelings, and gain a new healthy perspective on life.  

Drug Rehab in Miami

Alcohol use disorder is one of the most common substance abuse issues in the United States and requires specialized detox protocols because the withdrawal symptoms can become severe if untreated by medical professionals. If you are considering quitting drinking, a medical detox program can keep you safe and comfortable, avoiding serious issues like high blood pressure, seizures, and delirium tremens.

Our alcohol rehab program after detox is usually 20 to 30 days of inpatient treatment specialized to help you deal with the emotions, thoughts, behaviors, relationships, and mental health issues that caused you to abuse alcohol. Alcohol rehab also provides relapse prevention strategies, mechanisms to help you cope with stress, and other tools you can use for the rest of your life. You will build new, healthy habits, reframe your thoughts and feelings, and gain a new healthy perspective on life.  

Drug Rehab in Miami

During drug rehab, you move into the treatment center for a full month or more, with structured daily living that includes therapies and treatments like:

  • Individual therapy
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Psychoeducation
  • Family therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Interpersonal psychotherapy
  • Case management
  • Aftercare management
  • Life skills training
  • Fitness and yoga
  • Educational programs
  • 24-hour access to medical care
  • Medication management services
  • Recreational time
  • Healthy food and nutritional counseling

Your comfort is important to your healing, so we will do all we can to ensure you feel safe, well-rested, and cared for every step of the way. You will live in a comfortable room with in-unit laundry, housekeeping services, and meals cooked by a private chef, receiving customized therapy and treatments during the day, and relaxing in the evening.

We perform a full psychiatric evaluation upon each patient’s arrival to determine which treatments will be most effective for a whole-patient approach to healing and treating physical and psychological ailments at the same time in a comprehensive treatment program. The environment is structured, so you learn new healthy habits and focus on your wellness, healing, growing, and becoming the sober person you want to be.

We also provide case management services to help set you up for success, including assisting with FMLA paperwork, legal issues, job hunting skills, finding a sober living home in your area, or moving into an outpatient rehab after residential treatment.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in Miami?

Each client’s program will be customized to suit their needs, with a variety of therapies, medications, medical treatments, holistic programs, and more available. This means that giving an exact price is not possible without getting to know more about you, the substance you have been using, your physical and mental health, etc. Costs also depend on how much your insurance will cover, whether you need to pay a deductible and other factors. If you would like to speak to somebody about the cost of rehab, you may call our center any time, we are happy to answer your questions, with no obligation required.  

How Long Is Rehab?

Every person is unique when it comes to the amount of time they need to stay in inpatient rehab. The average stay at The Detox Center of LA after detox is 20 to 30 days, but this can vary based on the substance you were using and how much you were using, as well as psychological, behavioral, and physical variables like genetic factors, whether you have a co-occurring mental illness, and your social support at home. Your program will be customized to best suit your individual needs.  

30 Day (Short Term Rehab)

The average time spent in residential care at The Detox Center of Los Angeles is short-term, usually around 20 to 30 days. During this time patients will start the process of making life-long behavioral, emotional, and psychological changes, with new habits and new ways of thinking that will last a lifetime. We provide the recovery skills and relapse prevention tools needed for long-term recovery as your body, mind, and spirit overcome the ravages of addiction in our holistic, comprehensive program.

Long Term Rehab (60-90 Days)

A longer stay in rehab is often ideal for people who have addictions to drugs that require long-term tapering programs like opioids, or for those who have medical issues due to drug use. People who have a dual diagnosis may stay in long-term care as well, as it can take up to 6 weeks for psychiatric medications to kick in. Anybody who does not feel ready to leave rehab after 30 days is welcome to extend their stay in inpatient rehab at The Detox Center of LA, and we are happy to provide outpatient referrals as well.  

Additional Therapies & Addiction Treatments Available:

Along with our evidence-based, scientific treatments, our holistic healing program also includes a variety of options designed to increase wellness on every level. This includes:

  • Art therapy
  • Healing through creativity
  • Yoga
  • Mediation
  • Acupuncture
  • Breathwork
  • Exercise and physical fitness
  • Experiential therapy

We also provide connections to sober living homes, case management services,  alumni support groups, 12-step peer groups, and a continued connection to the resources you will need for long-term sobriety support.

Does My Insurance Have Coverage For Rehab?

 Health insurance will cover some (or all) rehab treatment because mental health and substance use disorder-related services are considered essential health care in the US. The treatments, medications, and levels of care that are covered will depend on your insurance plan, so it is best to check your coverage before entering treatment.


Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) uses long-term prescriptions for specific medications to help people taper off their dosages in the case of serious addictions to drugs like benzodiazepines and opioids. The medications are FDA-approved and will not cause a new addiction, as they are provided as a maintenance dose that lessens over time.  

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT is a type of behavioral therapy commonly used for substance use disorders, with a focus on treating emotional disorders and underlying behaviors by learning and developing practical behaviors and tools, modifying thought patterns, and managing personal choices and actions to retrain the brain to avoid negative behaviors.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a behavioral health treatment that teaches people to live in the moment through mindfulness and emotional regulation. The emphasis is on the psychosocial aspects of substance use disorders, helping the patient understand the psychological and social aspects of their addiction, identify self-destructive behaviors, and work to change their responses to stress and unpleasant emotions.

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) is a treatment that helps identify irrational beliefs, challenge them, and change negative thought patterns to more positive ones. The idea is that there is no “bad” or “good” situation to be in, what is more, important is how you react to it. Challenging negativity and core beliefs while providing healthier ways to handle stress helps patients overcome addiction and other unhelpful thoughts and behaviors.  

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Treating mental health disorders at the same time as an addiction just makes sense. They are often interconnected issues that have the same symptoms and can affect each other on many levels. People who use certain drugs may be at higher risk of triggering latent depression, psychosis, and other mental health issues, and people with mental illness often turn to drugs and alcohol to manage their symptoms. A dual diagnosis program is designed, through therapy, counseling, behavioral health programs, and psychiatric medications, to treat the underlying causes of both addictions at the same time, so the patient can feel better, stop abusing substances, and break the cycle of addiction. Common mental health issues that are seen alongside substance use disorders are:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • ADHD
  • PTSD
  • Personality disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Codependency
  • Eating disorders
  • Impulse control disorders


Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of treatment used for PTSD that uses rapid eye movements or tapping sounds, along with a specific type of therapy, to put the brain into a state of dual awareness that will allow the traumatic memory to be reprocessed. This works under the theory that the memory has “grooves” like a record, and sometimes a frightening or painful memory will get “stuck”. The dual awareness allows the memory to instead get filed away properly, out of the groove, so the record needle can keep on playing. EMDR therapy has been endorsed by the American Psychiatric Association and the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and works for many people.

Relapse Prevention

One of the most important parts of any rehab program is the relapse prevention program. It is much easier to stay away from drugs and alcohol when you are inside a 24-hour rehab facility, but what about when you are back at home, bored, and just minutes away from your old hangouts, friends, and easy substance access? This is where a relapse prevention program will kick in. We teach you all the signs of relapse to look out for and help you come up with realistic, practical things you can do when you notice the signs, like:

  • Going to a meeting or contacting a sponsor in your area
  • Talking to a loved one, doctor, or therapist about it
  • Having a list of healthy hobbies and activities you can turn to for distraction when you notice cravings
  • Understanding your triggers and knowing how to avoid them
  • Keeping a positive attitude, and ensuring you keep your sobriety as your number one priority
  • Knowing when it is time to return to rehab  

Life Skills Training

Life can be challenging, especially when a substance use disorder has taken over for months or years of your life. You may have missed out on the basics because of the chaos that drugs and alcohol can bring to life, so at The Detox Center of LA, we help our patients with all the skills they need to live a normal, independent life after rehab. From basic hygiene skills to healthy eating, social skills, schedules, and planning for the future, we can get you started on the right track.  

Vocational Training

Drugs and alcohol take more than your physical health, they can also become a barrier to achieving the goals in life you want to achieve which may include getting a full-time job or starting down a particular career path. At The Detox Center of LA, we can help you take back your future by filling in any gaps you may need help with when it comes to getting your dream job. This includes counseling and case management to help you figure out what education you may need, helping you make a good first impression through resume writing and interview skills and more. Gaining employment when you leave rehab will provide financial independence, improve your self-esteem, and keep you busy. You may even make new friends as you work on your social skills in your new work environment.  

Group Therapy

Group therapy may seem intimidating at first, with a whole group of patients and one or more therapists together in a room, but supporting and sharing with others is one of the best ways to heal, grow, gain a sober community, brainstorm solutions, and learn from each other. It is also an excellent opportunity to work on social skills like active listening, empathy, and public speaking. At The Detox Center of Los Angeles, there are plenty of opportunities to tell your story, with 40 to 47 hours of group therapy per week. Some of the groups we offer are:

  • Daily goals
  • Life skills
  • Seeking safety
  • 12-steps principles
  • Emotional self-regulation
  • Cognitive restructuring
  • Health and wellness
  • Distress tolerance skills
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Anger management
  • Denial management
  • Aftercare planning

Experiential Therapy

 New experiences can make all the difference in your sense of well-being, and when doing something fun like getting outside on a hike, visiting beautiful nature spots, taking care of animals, or even art and music therapy can make it easier to re-contextualize feelings and talk about difficult subjects. You will be able to release old anger and pain in new ways, understand more about yourself, and start replacing difficult emotions with more positive or neutral feelings as you reflect on the past.  

One on One Therapy

 Individual therapy is a private conversation that happens between one patient and one therapist, counselor, or psychiatrist. This is one of the most common types of therapy used in rehab because it can be tailored to help each person as an individual. Patients can come in with issues and behaviors they need help with, or they may come to learn more about their condition and what actions they can take to resist relapse and live a healthier and happier life. Therapists will help patients work through pain, trauma, hopelessness, and stress, provide new strategies and coping mechanisms, and help each person gain a new perception of themselves and take action to improve their quality of life.

Family Therapy

There are many forms of family therapy available, each providing different methods of treatment. It is usually a short-term therapy that is used to resolve issues between two or more family members. Improving communication, healing pain, strengthening family bonds, resolving stressful situations, and helping members work together and understand one another are often goals that are achieved.

In the case of addiction, family members may come in to resolve issues with their addicted loved one, and they may also come in on their own to learn more about how they can best help their loved one, without turning to codependency or enabling behaviors, and to overcome any underlying issues they may have so they can be a better support system at home.

Trauma Informed Therapy (After PTSD)

Substance abuse is too often coupled with PTSD for a couple of reasons. Many people who have been through a frightening, traumatic, or dangerous situation in their life, like abuse, neglect, losing a loved one, injury, pain, or combat end up turning to drugs or alcohol for relief from their PTSD symptoms, resulting in addiction. It is also the case that many people who develop a substance use disorder end up in situations that can lead to dangerous and traumatic scenarios, like sexual abuse, overdose, issues with the police, and more. For this reason, it is important for every care provider, doctor, and therapist in rehab to understand the signs of trauma, and do all they can to make sure each patient feels safe and welcome. Some trauma-informed methods they may take include:

  • Asking for consent before administering treatments, or touching a patient
  • Checking in frequently to make sure the patient is comfortable and understands what is happening
  • Answering any questions kindly, directly, and truthfully
  • Working with the patient so they are empowered in their care and creating their treatment plan 

Physical Fitness

 Incorporating physical fitness into your everyday routine will do a lot for you. It not only helps you get your body back into shape, build muscle, and helping you improve your heart health, but it also gives you something to do when you find yourself bored, lonely, or noticing the first signs of relapse. You can create a routine on your own, or you can join a gym, a boxing club, a yoga class, or a sports team to meet other people who take their health as seriously as you do. Exercise also helps reduce stress, so you can blow off some steam by going for a run or hitting the punching bag. Lift some weights, go for a walk, or just do some light stretches, and you will see how much better you feel in no time.

Off Site Activities

Staying in an inpatient rehab program for weeks, or even months can be liberating, as it gets you away from the stress of your everyday life, but sometimes you need a break from the routine. An off-site sober activity can be just what you need to get out, make a change, and have some fun. Rehab centers vary in the types of outings they provide, so you may be invited on a hike, go to church, visit a sober-friendly bowling alley or movie theater, or hit a local 12-step meeting in town. These activities are good ways to remind you that even outside of rehab, there is plenty of fun, substance-free things to do.

12 Step Rehab in Miami

Connecting with a local 12-step program like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous during rehab or afterward can provide a sense of community and fellowship for anybody who is in recovery. You will be surrounded by like-minded people who have their sobriety as a top priority, and the program itself provides structure in the form of concrete steps you can take, as well as a spiritual side that can bring relief to some people. You will have consistent, always-available peer support as you work through the steps on your timeline, and start to help others on their journey as well.  

Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety is a wide umbrella of disorders that go beyond normal feelings of anxiousness, fear, and worry. A person with an anxiety disorder will find their lives being disrupted, with symptoms that can last weeks or months at a time. People with anxiety often anticipate the worst-case scenario. Common anxiety disorders include:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) – a persistent worry and dread that can cause problems in everyday life, with unfounded worries and fear that last for long periods and cause distress. Symptoms include difficulty concentrating, irritability, feeling wound up and on edge, having unexplained aches and pains, and difficulty controlling worried feelings and thoughts
  • Social anxiety disorder – a long-lasting fear of being watched and judged by other people, which can interfere with normal activities like working, attending class, or running errands. Symptoms include a racing heart, stomach aches, sweating, shaking, blushing, difficulty being around strangers, with high feelings of self-consciousness
  • Phobias – a person with a phobia will have an intense fear or aversion to specific situations or objects that are out of proportion to reality. They may worry about encountering their fear, take steps to avoid the object or situation, and experience intense anxiety when faced with the phobia
  • Panic disorder – a person with panic disorder will experience unexpected, frequent periods of intense fear, trembling, sweating, high heart rate, terror, dizziness, feelings of impending doom, and feeling out of control. Panic disorder can cause people to begin avoiding places and situations that they associate with their panic attacks

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health disorder characterized by two distinct issues: mania, and depression. These are unusual shifts in mood and energy that affect their day-to-day lives and ability to carry out tasks, often without realizing they are experiencing a mood episode. Episodes last for several days or weeks, with symptoms lasting every day for most of the day. There are different types of bipolar disorder, each with its own set of symptoms, but generally speaking, symptoms are as follows:

Manic episodes may include:

  • Insomnia
  • Agitation
  • Euphoric feelings
  • Grandiose ideas and plans
  • High energy
  • Agitation
  • Racing thoughts
  • Jumpiness 

Depressive episodes may include:

  • Sleep issues
  • Low energy and lethargy
  • Feeling sad and hopeless
  • Forgetfulness

Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a mental illness that impacts the way a person regulates their emotions, causing issues with impulsivity, mood swings,  and the way a person sees. These issues then cause problems in interpersonal relationships, as they quickly change from feeling close to somebody to feelings of extreme dislike. Other signs of BPD are:

  • Seeing things as either “good” or “bad” with no grey area
  • Intense and unstable relationships with everybody in their lives
  • A distorted self-image that constantly changes
  • Making efforts to avoid abandonment like jumping into romantic relationships too quickly or breaking off a friendship
  • Difficulty connecting to others 
  • Impulsive behaviors that are often dangerous, like drug abuse, spending sprees, self-harm, or binge eating


When a person starts to sacrifice their well-being, allowing their boundaries to be crossed and putting themself second to another person’s needs, that is a codependent relationship. Both people in this relationship have dysfunctional personality traits, with one relying on the other to meet all their emotional needs, and the other enabling that person’s irresponsible behaviors. It can be stressful for both partners in a codependent relationship and can result in control issues, communication issues, and low self-esteem. 


Clinical depression is not the same as feeling a bit down or experiencing sadness. It is a prolonged serious mood disorder that causes symptoms that affect the way you feel, thinks, and behave, for two weeks or longer.

Some of the common symptoms of depression include persistent feelings like:

  • Hopelessness
  • Anxiety
  • Emptiness
  • Sadness
  • Irritability
  • Frustration
  • Restlessness
  • Worthlessness
  • Guilt
  • Being slowed down
  • Decreased energy or fatigue
  • Self-loathing

You may also experience:

  •  Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities
  • Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions
  • Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping
  • Changes in appetite or unplanned weight changes
  • Thoughts of death or suicide, or suicide attempts
  • Aches and pains that have no clear physical cause

Impulse Control Disorder

Impulse control disorders are extreme urges, and the inability to stop oneself from acting on them. These may include:

  • Pyromania, with a compulsion to set fires that are not related to anger or vengeance
  • Kleptomania, feeling the compulsion to steal items that are not needed, or with little value, then feeling guilty, depressed, or relief afterward
  • Oppositional defiant disorder, becoming defiant, disagreeable, and disruptive, and often comes about after being asked to obey rules or do chores
  • Intermittent explosive disorder, with outbursts of physical or verbal rage, becoming easily frustrated but is otherwise well-behaved and polite
  • Gambling
  • Sexual thoughts or acts
  • Uncontrolled use of the internet 
  • Trichotillomania (pulling one’s hair, eyebrows, or eyelashes)

Although everybody has moments where they act on impulse, this disorder causes compulsive actions that the person cannot resist, even when they know it will cause serious problems in their lives with negative consequences.  

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a disorder that develops after a person has gone through an experience that was shocking, dangerous, or traumatic. Although it is normal to feel fear and shock as the body goes into “fight or flight” after going through something like that, PTSD is when a person continues to feel stress and fear even when they are not in danger for at least one month, with symptoms that include at least one re-experiencing symptom, one avoidance symptom, two arousal and reactivity symptoms, and two cognition and mood symptoms. 

  • Re-experiencing symptoms are flashbacks, bad dreams, and frightening thoughts that cause problems in a person’s everyday routine and can be triggered by reminders of the trauma
  • Avoidance symptoms include avoiding places, objects, thoughts, or feelings related to the traumatic event, like avoiding the place you were mugged or being afraid to drive after a car accident
  • Arousal and reactivity include constantly feeling tense or easily startled, insomnia, or angry outbursts, and emotional problems
  • Cognition and mood symptoms are varied but include symptoms of depression, distorted feelings of guilt or negativity, and difficulty remembering the traumatic event, making the person feel alone in their trauma

Why Choose The Detox Center of LA

Choosing The Detox Center of Los Angeles will provide you with the skills you need to live a healthier life, as you heal the underlying emotional pain, trauma, and other causes of addiction, regain your strength and regain your sense of self-worth and confidence. You are an important person with plenty to offer the world, and in our treatment center, we will give you the boost you need to exceed your expectations and meet your goals, becoming the sober person you want to be. 

From the moment you walk through our doors, you will be taken care of. Our team of credentialed and experienced care providers, therapists, and counselors in our Miami prescription drug rehab is dedicated to providing individualized care, getting to know you as a person, and helping you heal, grow, and build your support network. Your detox and rehab plan will be customized to work for your individual needs, getting you back on your feet and back in control over your own life faster. 

To find out more about the programs and treatments offered at The Detox Center LA, to verify insurance coverage, or to ask us any questions you may have regarding our treatment options and referrals to continued care and outpatient rehab, please call us now. We are here to help you.