About Beachway’s Residential Treatment Program
Making the decision to seek help for substance abuse or addiction is one of the first steps to reclaiming your life. Though at first it may be scary and largely intimidating, the lasting benefits of professional rehabilitation are remarkably life changing in so many ways. If you’re struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol and are wanting to be free of its grasp, the team at Beachway’s inpatient treatment center in Florida are here to help you overcome your unique individual challenges and obstacles.
Each patient at our inpatient treatment center receives a completely personalized approach to therapy, combining traditional rehabilitation programs with holistic and compassionate care. We specialize in a wide array of services including counseling, detoxification, dual diagnosis treatment, and holistic treatments such as art, music, and recreational therapy. Located in beautiful West Palm Beach, we are passionate about providing our patients with a safe and welcoming environment where the focus is on mental health and recovery. Together, we can defeat addiction and empower lifelong health and happiness to come.
What is Inpatient Treatment?
Inpatient treatment, or residential treatment, refers to a type of treatment or a level of care. A patient will live onsite at a facility while receiving treatment services. In a mental health or addiction treatment context, they will be under 24-hour supervision in a supportive environment.
Inpatient treatment typically lasts days or weeks at a time.
During this recovery phase, patients may receive; group and individual counseling, withdrawal management treatment (Detox), and clinical support.
Beachway’s Residential Treatment Program
Beachway Therapy Center offers inpatient medical detox and residential treatment at our Florida facility. Beachway’s holistic approach to residential treatment addresses addiction and mental health issues. Our luxury amenities and campus provide a focused, supportive environment that is free of distractions. By experiencing treatment at our inpatient facility, patients can avoid the temptations, stresses, and complexities that can lead to relapse. During patients’ time in our inpatient program, they can learn new tools and solutions to address and heal the issues in their lives.
When is Inpatient Treatment Necessary?
Substance abuse and addiction are serious conditions that often require close, specialized care in order to achieve long-lasting recovery. Inpatient care offers patients several benefits that are often not available with other at-home options, thus allowing for higher success rates and lifelong changes. If you’ve tried other ways to overcome an addiction, but ended up experiencing relapse, then inpatient treatment may be the right next step.
Inpatient care may be right for you if:
- You have a severe addiction to drugs or alcohol
- You have struggled with substance abuse for many years
- You have experienced little success with other rehabilitation methods
- You have experienced relapse following a previous treatment program
What are the Benefits of Inpatient Treatment?
With inpatient treatment at Beachway, you are given access to benefits such as:
- Around-the-clock support from our on-site staff of medical professionals and counselors
- Daily sessions and check-ins personalized for your individual needs
- A safe environment free of the stresses or influences of the outside world
- Access to unique holistic therapies such as horseback riding, golf, yoga, fishing, and more
- Companionship from peers who share your similar struggles and goals
Individualized Long-Term Rehabilitation
Everyone’s journey to recovery is different. In certain cases, a person may require a longer-term program in order to fully break free of their addiction. Unfortunately, many traditional programs are centered around a general 30-day approach, which isn’t always sufficient for a complete recovery. According to the US National Institute on Drug Abuse, treatment programs of 90+ days allow for the greatest chance of success.
At Beachway, we offer longer-term programs designed to help patients defeat addiction for good. Our programs are broken down into different phases based on the patient’s individual circumstances. Long-term rehabilitation will ideally begin with a detoxification phase, followed by inpatient care consisting of daily sessions with our experienced on-site staff of medical professionals and counselors. The length of treatment will vary from patient to patient, and can range from a minimum of 90 days to as long as two years. Your program will be customized to your needs and will continue to adapt as you grow in your recovery.