Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Services
Many times clients are abusing drugs that require some type of detoxification process. During detox, clients see a physician and are tapered off their substances of abuse with prescription medications in an inpatient setting. United Recovery Project works with a network of high-quality detox programs for clients to begin their journey before entering our facility. Keep reading to learn more about the detox process, what to expect, and how to get started.
Drug & Alcohol Rehab Program
United Recovery Project’s drug & alcohol rehab program in South Florida offers clients the opportunity to recover in a residential setting. This allows clients the chance to learn about their addiction and how to live life again without the use of drugs.
The partial-day program at United Recovery Project offers clients the opportunity to attend treatment partially during the day and live in a residential setting or their own home at night. A partial day program is a lower level of care that still provides the same clinical programming as a regular inpatient program.
Intensive Outpatient & Outpatient Programs
The outpatient programs at United Recovery Project are for those who have completed a drug rehab program, experienced a minor relapse or those who can’t attend a full-time program. The intensive outpatient program or IOP offers three-hour sessions, three to five days a week, as well as an individual therapy session.
URP Alumni Program
The URP Alumni Program is here for all those who complete the program at our center. Alumni can expect monthly alumni meetings, events, a monthly newsletter, clean time celebrations, and more.
Sober Living Homes
A sober living home is an essential part of the treatment process, especially for those who may not have a sober environment to return to after treatment. The sober living homes at United Recovery Project are centrally located to 12 step clubhouses, job opportunities and the URP clinical building for those attending outpatient. Our same-sex housing provides a safe place, with rules and a curfew to help our clients readjust to life outside of rehab.