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Florida Drug Rehabilitation for Your Specific Needs

According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and the American Medical Association (AMA), drug addiction is a chronic brain disease that requires proper addiction treatment to achieve recovery. That is why House of Freedom Drug Rehab Center Florida offers different levels of drug treatment in order to help as many individuals as possible.

Our addiction treatment modalities vary according to placement into the various types of programs that we offer. Placement is determined by an initial interview which will identify each individual’s strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences. Each program follows the same basic principles, but varies according to the level of intensity and the individual drug treatment plan. Our goal is to help the chemically dependent to recover mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually, improving their quality of life and enabling them to confront life’s challenges.

Drug & Alcohol Medical Detox

For many individuals who suffer from substance abuse or alcoholism, detox is the first step that they must undergo on before they are able to embark on a drug treatment plan. Detox is the process of getting alcohol or other drugs out of the individuals system and getting them physically stable.

Years ago, people equated detoxification with drug rehabilitation; some mistakenly maintain this believe today. But detoxification is just the first step in order to get the individual to be able to engage in a addiction treatment plan that will work the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of addiction. That is why House of Freedom Drug Rehab Center Florida has created this unique drug treatment program approach so that once the individual has detoxified from the substance he was consuming, he may start treatment right away not allowing any time between services thus enhancing the opportunities for a successful recovery.

Florida Residential Drug Treatment

Individuals who participate of our residential addiction treatment program in Orlando benefit from 24-hour care that provides them with all of the required tools to help them start their journey in recovery. This occurs at our 52,000 square feet state-of-the-art facility where they are cared by a group of professionals to help them in voyage to sobriety. During their participation of the residential treatment program, individuals will participate of individual counseling, group therapy, medication management, psychiatric evaluations, recreational therapy, meditation exercises, sauna baths, career and educational development, family therapy, psychological assessments, among many other amenities.

Partial Hospitalization Addiction Program

House of Freedom’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) focuses on providing a safe and structured program but allows the client to return home at night and maintain important family relationships and/or important work responsibilities. The program meets Monday thru Friday for 4 to 5 hours daily and can be accomplished in approximately 21 days. During their time here, the client will learn about addiction, alcoholism, mental health, physical health, relapse prevention and many other tools to help them remain sober allowing them to achieve goals they have set for themselves.

Intensive Outpatient Drug Treatment Orlando

The intensive outpatient program is a 16-week program that follows the model proposed by the Matrix Institute of Addictions. It involves more time commitment on the individual’s part by designing a weekly schedule that provides individual and group sessions at a great frequency than the regular outpatient program.

Regular Outpatient Addiction Treatment Orlando

Regular outpatient drug treatment can range anywhere from 4 to 8 months depending on the client’s individual treatment plan and progress. Services in the treatment plan include but are not limited to weekly individual and/or group therapies, family sessions, urinalysis, and self-help groups.