Martin County’s Leading Rehab: Get The Best Treatment For Your Addiction or Mental Health Illness
Here at Coastal Detox we understand the struggle of trying to find a facility that’s just right for you. It’s a process that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The “right” treatment for your addiction or mental health illness needs to be tailored to suit your unique needs. Every patient has their own recovery goal and set of circumstances.
That’s where we come in. From therapy to professional medical care, we have it all. We offer the highest quality programs for all kinds of addiction and mental health illnesses. Our amenities are made to provide comfort and a sense of home.
There are many different reasons as to why you should let us be the ones to take those first steps in a recovery journey with you. With over 5 years of experience, we’ve gotten our methods perfected to the T. We will create a program that incorporates holistic treatment, along with more traditional forms of help.
Our holistic approach is based on the belief that we want to address who each of our patients is at their core. You are not your addiction. Our holistic approach takes into account how your body and mind feed off of each other.
We would be honored to offer you the highest quality treatment for your addiction or mental health illness. Keep reading to learn more about our addiction resources, the recovery process, and how we can help you.
Drug Rehab in Martin County
Martin is no stranger to drug addiction and mental health illness. Our nation is facing a serious epidemic. There are thousands upon thousands of people out there who need addiction and/or mental health illness treatment. Florida happens to have one of the most severe issues when it comes to opioid abuse as well.
In 2017, close to 40 people overdosed on opioids in Martin County.
And, according to SAMHSA, 89% of people responded needing addiction treatment but did not receive it in 2014. To make matters worse, 5,088 died of a drug overdose in Florida in 2017. These statistics show us a scary truth. We must give help to those who need it.
We must open our doors for people and help them take those first steps in recovery. SAMHSA also stated that between 2016 and 2017, Florida had roughly 51,000 people use heroin regularly (ages 12+). Florida also had roughly 4,370,000 people admit to binge drinking monthly (ages 12+).
In 2010 almost ⅕ (18%) of the Florida population admitted to having a mental illness, nearly 5% stating that was serious. From that group, only 38% (Less than half) sought any form of treatment. Mental illness is not something to take lightly.
Our internal battles deserve just as much recognition as our physical ones. Seeking treatment is a sign of strength. It shows that you’re ready to take the first step in creating a more fulfilling life for yourself. Treatment is about facing those problems head-on and working through them.
We know the process may seem intimidating at first. However, we assure you that the results are well worth it. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns you may have. We’re here to listen but most importantly, we’re here to help.
What You Can Expect In Drug Rehab
Addiction treatment is where you remain at a facility for some time and undergo treatment for long-term sobriety. Treatment can range from short-term programs like outpatient rehab to inpatient rehab that lasts months. The length of treatment will be dependent upon your recovery goals and the severity of addiction at hand.
There are many types of rehabilitation therapy, each addressing a different set of problems. All of these different forms of therapy have one primary goal: to assist you in your road to recovery. Treatment is all about targeting each set of issues and coming up with solutions. Below are some of the general rehabilitation therapies you can expect to see at our facility:
Individual therapy focuses on – yes, you guessed it! It’s all about you. Individual therapy consists of scheduled one-on-one sessions every week. What each session focuses on will depend on what you need and your recovery plan.
These sessions may include participation from anyone close to the patient such as a spouse, significant other, parent, sibling, etc. With the patient’s permission, these sessions may occur in person or via online.
Group therapy is centered around giving and getting support. These sessions will include multiple patients at a time, all working towards the common goal of getting better. Support through these groups gets rid of any isolation the patient may initially feel.
Addiction Treatment: What Options Are Available? What Will Work Best For Me?
Inpatient rehabilitation is a more intensive option for treatment. Inpatient rehab is also referred to as residential treatment. When it comes to moderate to severe addiction, this is the best option in most cases. Inpatient rehab provides 24/7 medical care and support, while the patient resides in the facility.
Medical detox is typically the first step of the inpatient process. A detox rids your body of any toxins accumulated through drug or alcohol use. Of course, this takes some time and your body won’t be back at its prime right away. However, this step sets up recovering addicts for future success and long-term sobriety.
Counseling and behavioral therapy are both another part of inpatient rehab. The former treats physical withdrawal symptoms. The latter, which is often offered at counseling centers, treats psychological withdrawal symptoms.
The length of treatment is typically 28 to 90 days long. Long-term residential treatments are reserved for more serious addictions.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
For a slightly lower level of care, patients can be a part of partial hospitalization programs (PHPs). These are also referred to as day/night programs. In this type of program, patients don’t live at the facility. However, there are daily scheduled sessions at our facility.
Sessions typically last 4 to 8 hours of treatment a day. The number of hours they need will depend on the severity of the addiction, as well as their overall needs. Most patients will generally receive more than 25 hours of therapy a week during PHPs.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a moderate addiction, this may be the best option. This is a great option for treatment if full-on commitment isn’t convenient. Patients need to have a stable and secure home environment to return to at the end of the day. Their loved ones need to be supportive of their addiction recovery journey as well.
Outpatient rehabs provide extended care/continuing care. Outpatient programs are for those that do not require a high level of care. They may not want to have to go to the drug and alcohol rehab facility often. Perhaps they have serious obligations such as caring for a child or school. A minimal amount of treatment may be the best option.
One of the major benefits of outpatient programs is that patients generally get to pick and choose when they’d like to receive treatment. The typical length of time ranges anywhere from 1 to 8 hours of treatment each week.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Those who sign up for intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) will require a minimum of 9 hours of treatment each week. The best option is to receive treatment for 3 hours, three times per week. IOPs require more commitment than a traditional outpatient program. However, they’re also less intense than the other forms of treatment.
Dual Diagnosis: What if I Have a Co-Occurring Condition?
Co-occurring conditions are when patients experience a mental health condition alongside an addiction. These two often go hand in hand. Although addiction is a physical obstacle to overcome, there are still underlying mental and emotional roots.
Perhaps the addict had a mental health illness to begin with, or maybe it developed over time. In either case, it should be taken very seriously. That’s where dual-diagnosis comes in.
Dual diagnosis treatment is a double-edged sword. It’ll provide the patient with a plan to control their substance use disorder. Also, the resources necessary to relieve the symptoms of their mental health disorder will be a part of treatment.
What Does the Treatment Timeline Look Like?
From the moment you step into our facility, your road to recovery begins. Although it may be difficult at times, it is a fulfilling and ultimately rewarding process. Below, are the main parts of a typical treatment program.
The beginning of treatment begins with an intake assessment. During this step, we’ll discuss your condition and current drug use. This conversation will also cover physical and mental health and willingness to partake in the program.
This part is also sometimes combined with drugs and other blood tests, including several interviews and questionnaires. Through the intake process, we’re able to properly assess you so we can begin formulating a treatment that’s just right for you.
Detoxification is the process of controlling withdrawal so that you can taper off the substance safely. The length of time needed for this can range from 3-10 days. Although, we like to emphasize that the patient is unique so no one road to recovery will be the same.
In most cases, medication is not used during this process. However, the severity of use can affect that.
Here at Coastal Detox, our inpatient treatment programs offer around-the-clock supervision. Patients can get help whenever they need it from staff members at the facility. This is the part when the real treatment starts. You’ll have a clear plan in front of you with the primary goal of long-term sobriety.
These treatment programs usually run from 28 to 90 days. 28 is the minimum amount of time that’s expected. Patients with a more severe addiction will usually choose an extended care option. Long-term care can extend beyond 90 days.
Aftercare happens once treatment comes to an end. We’ll assist you with aftercare planning to help you get accustomed to everyday life again. This may involve direction to supportive services, participation in a sober living environment, and/or vocational support and training.
We offer an extensive aftercare program for this purpose. Along with ongoing therapy and support, we’ll work with you to ensure drug-use will no longer be a part of your life. During this process, you should feel proud of yourself for coming so far. Brighter days are ahead!
Will My Insurance Cover My Rehab?
Many people feel nervous or even scared to seek treatment because they don’t think they could afford it. However, your physical and mental health is a priority. Here at Coastal Detox, we accept all major insurance plans while also offering several private pay options. We offer free verification as well.
With just a simple phone call or message, we can begin to process your insurance information. We’ll be able to validate exactly what kind of treatment is covered and how we can tailor the program to suit your needs.
We can also get in contact with your provider to find out the length of the stay that would be covered. Our priority is to do as much of the work as possible, leaving you to focus on getting better through treatment.
We’ll even do a review of your insurance coverage. After the review, we can confirm:
- How much of the expenses your insurance company will cover
- What level of care you’ll be covered for
- The length of time you’ll be covered for inpatient care (30, 60, 90 days, etc.)
- How much you can expect to pay out-of-pocket for a treatment program
A referral to your insurance is the next step. We’ll make a professional referral to ensure you can obtain the help you need. In just a few short days, we can have you begin enrollment at our facility. If you still have any doubts around your insurance claim, it’s comforting to know that the risk lies with our treatment center.
What if I Don’t Have Insurance?
If you don’t have insurance, don’t worry. There are other options available. You may be able to get a loan on your own or through your family. Not only that, but we may also be able to provide you with a financing plan within our facility.
Friends and family can be a great help if they understand your struggle and are in a financial position in which they could help. Make sure to center the conversation you have with them with honesty and an open heart.
You can speak to your bank about loan options about whether or not that’s a solid option. If that doesn’t work, we can help formulate a financing plan as well.
Common Questions You May Have About Going to Rehab
1.) How do I Tell My Family?
Remember, regardless of anyone’s opinions – treatment is a step in the right direction. If you’re struggling with substance abuse or mental illness, ignoring the problem will only make it more painful. Try not to allow their comments or opinions to get in the way of your decision. We encourage you to stay sharply focused on getting help and breaking free.
The decision to seek help for substance abuse is a courageous one. It is the most important step toward living a fulfilling and happy life you’re proud of. Talking openly and honestly with your family members before you start will set you up for the best possible outcome in recovery.
We also recommend that you do your homework before this conversation. Sit down and make a list of all the ways your addiction has negatively impacted you and your family.
2.) How do I tell my Job?
Through being honest and prepared, your job should be safe. It is really important to also prepare for this conversation. Make sure that you have a plan on how you’re going to go about handling your responsibilities at work.
Schedule a time to speak with your boss and remember, be honest! Be open and show how serious you are about long-term sobriety.
3.) How Long Will I Be in Treatment?
The length of treatment will completely depend on your specific needs and addiction. For more severe cases, treatment can last anywhere from a few months to a year. For less serious situations, treatment can take place over a month.
Once you undergo the intake process, you’ll have a clear plan and understanding of your treatment. We’ll walk you through all the details and make sure you’re prepared.
4.) How Do I Choose the Right Facility?
When searching for the right treatment center, one of the first suggestions you’ll hear is to find a center that is accredited. What does it mean to have an accredited facility? And does accreditation ensure quality treatment?
When a drug rehab program says that it is accredited, this means that the facility has gone through a series of evaluations. There is a seal of approval from the agency that provides the accreditation.
To become accredited, an in-depth review must be conducted. A drug rehab facility will need to open its drug rehab programs, therapy programs and even business records for review. This review is done by a third-party agency that has gained respect in the industry.
In the U.S., drug rehab centers are most commonly accredited by:
- CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) – an independent, nonprofit organization that accredits programs that focus on substance abuse and dual diagnosis (or co-occurring disorders). It is the largest accrediting body for substance abuse treatment centers.
- The Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO) – The United States’ biggest accreditor of health care services and the second largest accreditor of substance abuse programs.
Get the Help You Deserve
The process of recovery may seem intimidating at first. There’s a lot of information and you may not even know where to begin. However, we assure you that there is a silver lining. From pain comes growth. This growth can catapult you into a happier life than you’ve ever had.
Getting help is a sign of strength. We’re here to guide you through the entire process. We don’t ever want you to feel alone because you aren’t. There is hope. You deserve to live a sober, happy life and we would be honored to help you get there.
Your addiction doesn’t define who you are. Here at Coastal Detox, we want you to realize how much you have to offer. Long-term sobriety has endless benefits.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us today so that we can begin working on a drug rehab program for you or your loved one. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, we’d be more than happy to answer those for you too. You can call us at (877) 406 – 6623 or contact us here.
Remember, there are brighter days ahead.