Partial-Day Addiction Treatment Program
According to Psychology Today, addiction is a condition that comes about when an individual either ingests a substance, such as alcohol or another drug or engages in an activity (like gambling or sex) that becomes compulsive and interferes with the individual’s life. People suffering from addiction may not realize the source of their problems, and may even blame them for other people or situations. They can end up losing their jobs, damaging their health, going to jail and even dying if they do not receive help.
What Exactly is a Partial Day Program for Addiction?
Unlike traditional inpatient programs, a Partial Day Program allows clients to take advantage of the many services offered by the United Recovery Project while continuing to live at home. Individuals taking advantage of this program will have the structure which is so important for people in the beginning of recovery, but will not have to leave their loved ones or the comfort of their homes.
What to Expect at the Our Florida Partial Hospitalization Program
Individuals can expect both individual and family therapy to help deal with the issues causing stress in their lives. If necessary, medications can be managed and monitored. Group therapy is particularly important in early recovery, and clients will learn about 12-step recovery, anger management, and communication skills, among other important issues. Once individuals have completed the Partial Hospitalization Program, they will work with our staff members to determine which follow-up treatment is best.
How to Get Started & Enter Our PHP Program in South Florida Today
Anyone interested in our program can call or visit our website at any time. United Recovery Project is located in Hollywood, FL and offers a full range of services for those suffering from substance abuse, including both inpatient and outpatient programs and recreational activities. Call us today and verify your benefits, insurance may cover the cost of rehab.
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