Inpatient Rehab Program in Port St. Lucie, FL
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Agape Detox Center is the perfect place to complete your inpatient treatment. Our inpatient rehab is designed to help our clients achieve healthy, happy lives and develop the skills that are essential for long-term recovery. We understand that drug and alcohol addiction goes far beyond mere power of choice. Many people abuse substances as a way of coping with pain that they don’t understand.
At every step of your journey, you’ll have access to proven medical interventions, therapies, and whole-health strategies. You’ll also have the benefit of an individualized treatment plan with ongoing refinements that allows for a steady, progressive path to your wellness goals.
What Is an Inpatient Rehab Program?
When you take part in inpatient rehab, you’ll spend the entire duration of your treatment in a safe and comfortable environment. This keeps patients far removed from enabling family members and friends, their substances of choice, toxic or traumatic environments, and other triggers, temptations, and stressors that might derail their recoveries. Inpatient rehab typically lasts between one and three months. However, when needed, people also have the option of voluntarily extending their treatment.
Agape's Inpatient Rehab
Our inpatient rehab program in Port St. Lucie, FL takes a multi-pronged approach to help recovering addicts achieve total wellness. We offer:
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Stress management training
- Individual counseling
- Group therapy
- Options in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
We also offer a diverse range of engaging activities. Our patients can take part in yoga and other physical exercise programs, guided or self-guided meditation, art therapy, life-planning, goal-setting workshops, and more. With a strong emphasis on good nutrition and getting sufficient rest, you’ll eat well, sleep well, and enjoy regular opportunities for peaceful relaxation. We offer a comfortable, vacation-like setting where you’ll be surrounded by lush landscapes and have access to outstanding views.
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Agape Detox Center’s inpatient program has a team of addiction professionals to ensure each of our clients gets the best care possible. We want everyone that enters our center to be successful and achieve long-term sobriety.
What to Expect
Many of our clients start inpatient rehab immediately after completing our in-house detox program. If you choose to complete medically assisted detox at Agape Detox Center, you can start taking part in inpatient treatment activities as soon as you feel up to the task. If you’ve opted to complete your detox elsewhere, you can still expect to get needs-specific interventions from the minute you walk through our doors.
Our care starts with thorough medical and mental health evaluations. We use the data we collect to structure individualized treatment plans for all our clients. Once you’re checked in, you’ll receive a brief tour of our facility and a review of our community rules. Then you’ll be shown to your room. You’ll have a chance to get settled in, and you can meet our staff and your fellow program participants.
During treatment, you’ll have a structured schedule that includes participation in various therapy types, time for relaxation, and time to engage in both self-care and self-managed, self-improvement projects. You’ll work with a case manager who will monitor your progress and assist you in connecting with the resources you need.
Throughout every step of this process, you’ll have access to a team of counselors, doctors, and other professionals who can help you find the right tools and techniques for mitigating, managing, or alleviating any physical or psychological discomfort you feel. One of the overarching goals of rehab is learning healthy coping techniques. At Agape Detox Center, we place a strong emphasis on establishing mood balance and general well-being through the diligent care of the whole person.
Benefits of Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Our inpatient rehab program will separate you from the many temptations and stressors that drive your addiction. This separation will give you the chance to learn more about why you’ve turned to drugs or alcohol. It is also an opportunity to learn how to:
- Set firm boundaries
- Establish healthy social connections
- Improve your communication skills
- Listen to yourself
- Value yourself
- Prioritize your own well-being
Both substance use disorder and alcohol use disorder are understood as chronic mental health issues. Taking time away from the factors that drive addiction will help you prepare for the stress and everyday challenges of the outside world. By the time that you exit our facility, you’ll be ready to live a robust and activity-filled life, and without returning to substance abuse.
Do You Need Inpatient Treatment?
Inpatient treatment is commonly recommended for anyone who’s spent a considerable amount of time using hard drugs or highly addictive substances, and for anyone who’s tried recovery and relapsed before. Although outpatient treatment can be incredibly effective when paired with other support types, inpatient treatment consistently boasts the highest success rates. You should definitely consider inpatient treatment if you:
- Have a co-occurring disorder that requires dual diagnosis treatment
- Are living in an environment with other substance users
- Have past or current trauma
- Are presently surrounded by enablers or other individuals who contribute to or support your addiction
Inpatient Rehab Following Detox
At Agape Detox Center, we pride ourselves on making sure that there are absolutely no gaps in your care. When you take part in our detox program, you can seamlessly transfer into our inpatient rehab at a pace that’s right for you. In fact, you can even start taking part in inpatient treatment while finishing your detox. As soon as your mind is clear and you feel physically and emotionally ready to get started, you can.
The risk of relapsing is at its highest throughout the very first year of recovery. Starting inpatient rehab immediately after detoxing is the best way to keep yourself on course during this incredibly vulnerable time. Whether your inpatient treatment lasts just one month, three months, or more, when you exit our center, you’ll have an established plan for relapse prevention, and a wealth of support tools and resources.
Why Choose Agape's Inpatient Program?
We offer rehab in a comfortable, resort-like setting. In Port St. Lucie, FL, the weather is warm, the surroundings are breathtaking, and the general atmosphere is one of peace. Our environment is an excellent place for discovering yourself and for getting a truly fresh start. At Agape Detox Center, it’s easy to let go of difficult emotions like shame, guilt, and grief and replace them with happiness, hope, and inspiration.
The targeted approach that we take with every client at Agape Detox Center sets the stage for successful recovery. In our inpatient rehab program, you’ll get a treatment plan that accounts for:
- Any co-occurring disorders you may have
- Your current physical and emotional health
- The types of substances you’ve been using
- Your addiction history
- Your lifestyle and belief system
and more. Our team constantly reviews and revises the treatment plans of our clients to account for personal growth, health changes, and changes in patients’ own goals.
Our whole-health approach to wellness also contributes to the long-term success of our patients. Here, you’ll learn to value yourself, care for yourself, and prioritize the daily activities that contribute to your well-being. We place an emphasis on healthful eating, regular exercise, good sleep hygiene, and other factors that promote mood balance, motivation, focus, and general peace of mind.
We’ll teach you how to feel better than you’ve ever felt before, and how to establish a lifestyle that allows you to sustain these good feelings. When you exit our program, you’ll be equipped with the skills and tools that you need for lifelong success in recovery. Call us today to speak with one of our admission counselors.