If you’re ready to start your recovery journey and stop abusing drugs and alcohol, we’re here to help. Our luxurious substance abuse treatment programs enable you to receive personalized support in a comfortable, judgment-free atmosphere. If you’d like to learn more about United Recovery Project, please see our most frequently asked questions below:
United Recovery Project has locations in Hollywood, Florida & and Laguna Hills, California
We treat individuals battling various addictions, including benzodiazepine, alcohol, cocaine, and methamphetamine addiction. We also have programs for those who suffer from concurrent mental health conditions and substance abuse. Reach out to us today to learn more about the numerous addictions we treat at United Recovery Project.
The cost of drug and alcohol addiction treatment includes detoxification and inpatient or outpatient rehab. Our pricing varies depending on your personalized treatment plan. Please contact us, and we’ll give you more information about the total cost of treatment.
Everyone is welcome in our luxury substance abuse treatment programs. Our programs suit people from all walks of life, including LGBTQ+ individuals. We also have programs designed with the LGBTQ+ community in mind, and we’re happy to discuss treatment options in your initial assessment.
Yes, we offer support groups and aftercare programs for every patient who has completed rehabilitation treatment. Aftercare makes it easier for individuals to transition into daily life and continue to practice healthy coping mechanisms. In other words, recovering addicts put what they learned in substance abuse treatment to work.
Once you finish substance abuse treatment at United Recovery Project, you’ll have full access to our aftercare program. The aftercare program lets you access professional therapy services and meet with support groups in a judgment-free environment. Please reach out to us if you’d like to learn more about how aftercare works.
Yes, we have substance abuse treatment programs designed for benzo addictions. We’ll take an initial assessment of your addiction and develop a tailored treatment program to help you stop using benzodiazepines.
Yes, we provide comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment. Many of our therapy programs effectively treat addiction and mental illness. Our therapists will create a customized treatment plan to address your substance abuse and concurrent mental health disorders.
Alcoholics and drug addicts can receive treatment at United Recovery Project. We have an expansive selection of group, individual, and holistic therapies. Our diverse program enables all patients to prosper. We also have a detoxification center where we employ medicinal and holistic remedies to flush the alcohol out of your system under 24-7 supervision.
We offer outpatient programs that allow patients to receive top-tier care in the comfort of their homes. However, eligibility depends on various factors, including the nature of your addiction and your home environment. Don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about our outpatient program.
The Cost of Luxury Substance Abuse Treatment
We strive to provide complete transparency about the cost of our luxury substance abuse treatment programs. However, the price of treatment depends on various factors, including the type and length of treatment. Before a client receives treatment, we perform an in-depth assessment to gauge their needs and offer a precise quote.
Yes, many insurance companies pay for substance abuse treatment. Our staff has experience working with various insurance carriers, and we’re happy to verify your insurance.
We do offer an installment plan depending on the total cost of treatment. We may assist with the upfront deposits, and clients must pay the remaining balance before they finish therapy. If you’d like to learn more about our installment plan, please reach out to us, and we’ll provide more details.
The two main factors that determine treatment costs include the type of treatment and length. Before starting your recovery journey, you’ll complete an initial assessment with our licensed staff to determine the best route.
Please contact us, and we can provide more details about potential discounts.
The Recovery Process
As you know, recovery doesn’t happen all at once. Stopping a drug and alcohol addiction occurs in multiple stages and typically kicks off in a detoxification program. After an addict flushes their body of toxins in detox, they enter rehab.
You should receive treatment at a rehabilitation center that offers the level of care you need to succeed. In many cases, this requires traveling out of state. Many treatment centers don’t offer customized treatment plans and the extensive range of therapy options that you’ll find at United Recovery Project.
There are various techniques to treat addiction, but the best ways depend on your personal needs, including any underlying conditions. We offer a wide array of treatment options, including art, music, and equine therapy.
Yes, we treat everyone that wants to end their substance abuse disorder, including those with disabilities. We aim to provide quality and effective care through our drug and alcohol addiction recovery program.
While no two addicts behave the same, there are various telltale signs of addiction. For example, you may experience withdrawal symptoms (i.e., irritability and insomnia) if you stop taking your drug of choice. Furthermore, your performance at school and work could deteriorate, and you’ll find it more challenging to maintain relationships with family and friends.
There’s no such thing as being “addicted enough” to receive substance abuse treatment. Please reach out to us today, and we’ll guide you through your options.
After rehab, you can participate in our aftercare program before transitioning back into everyday life.
Many recovering addicts prevent relapse by participating in individual and group therapy after rehab. However, you need not worry; we’re here to help if you relapse after treatment.
Make sure your family and friends know about your sobriety. If you feel too tempted, avoid an environment where there are substances that trigger you.