Once medical detox is complete, clients can enter Coastal’s inpatient Residential Treatment Program where they are provided access to continuous medical, clinical, and psychiatric care in addition to a wide array of holistic treatment services and amenities.

Some clients may not require a medical detox protocol. But hese individuals might still need/desire medical, clinical and psychiatric care. Coastal also offers an inpatient Residential Treatment Program to these clients.

The typical length of stay for Coastal’s inpatient Residential Treatment Program is 14 days. Our compassionate team of substance abuse treatment professionals creates a customized treatment plan based on each client’s individual needs. Each client also has continuous access to our highly experienced team of medical professionals. This team includes psychiatrists, doctors, nurses, and behavioral health technicians. This around-the-clock care ensures that each client’s needs are addressed 24/7.

As part of Coastal’s inpatient Residential Treatment program, each client will find a wide array of treatment therapies. Our team of licensed clinicians presents therapy approaches that can help each client learn how to live a healthy, fulfilling, sober life. These therapies include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy (including EMDR)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Wellness Groups
  • Family Therapy

Coastal also offers amenities. This helps to ensure that every client remains comfortable and engaged in the treatment process throughout their stay at Coastal. Our amenities include daily access to Coastal’s Holistic Room, which offers:

  • Massage Therapy
  • Chiropractic Therapy
  • Biosound bed
  • Far infrared sauna
  • Amino acid hydration therapy
  • …and more!

Benefits of our Residential Treatment in Stuart

  • Better chance of successfully completing medical detox protocol
  • An immediate/seamless transition from detox level of care to inpatient to inpatient services—which research shows greatly increases long term recovery
  • Around the clock medical and clinical supervision
  • A community of support from others in treatment
  • No environmental triggers to drink or use drugs
  • Higher treatment completion rates (which is also linked with better long-term recovery outcomes)

Recognizing Addiction

Addiction typically isn’t a purposeful thing. A simple choice to “try something once” can end up becoming a constant subconscious decision to continuously use. An individual may become addicted to a substance, whether it is drugs, alcohol or both. Once this occurs, the person might deny that it has even happened. Most of the time, they will convince themselves that they can stop their use at any point. They may even try to convince others that confront them about the situation of the same. In reality, the substance has taken over control of their life. As a result, they have no concept of life without drugs or alcohol.

Recognizing that addiction has occurred is a key first step to choosing how to solve the problem. Our team of medical professionals here at Coastal can then assist you in deciding how to start your addiction treatment in Florida.

What is the Next Step?

Starting medical detox is usually the next step to recovery once admitting to the problem at hand. Detoxification is the process of slowly eliminating the drug or alcohol substances from the patient’s body. Detoxification is done through a professional, medical procedure. It allows the patient to safely wean off the substance they were addicted to. In order to become completely clean, individuals have to be given lesser amounts of the substance until their body can finally live without any at all.

The detox process is necessary for drug rehabilitation in Florida. It helps to ensure that all traces of the substance leave the patient’s body in a healthy and safe way. Detox shows people that their bodies can function normally without the substance. Although they were living in a drug-enhanced world for a long time, individuals

Residential Treatment

residential detox infographicOnce our clients are ready, they can enter Coastal’s Residential Treatment Program. In this program, individuals have access to continuous medical, clinical, and psychiatric care. They can also involve themselves in various holistic treatment services and amenities.

Some clients do not require a true medical detox protocol but still need/desire around-the-clock care. The Residential Treatment Program is also available to these individuals!

The typical length of stay for Coastal’s Residential Program is 14 days. Coastal’s compassionate team of substance abuse treatment professionals will create a customized treatment plan based on each client’s individual needs. Each client will also have continuous access to Coastal’s highly experienced team of medical professionals. This includes psychiatrists, doctors, nurses and behavioral health technicians. This around-the-clock care ensures that each client’s needs are addressed 24/7.

Types of Treatments at Coastal Detox

As part of Coastal’s inpatient Residential Treatment program, each client engage in various types of treatment therapies. Here are some of the therapeutic approaches we offer here at Coastal Detox:

  • Individual Therapy: allows the patient to talk solely with their therapist about things they may not feel comfortable sharing among others. This helps patients to process the emotional side of past situations that may have led them to addiction.
  • Group Therapy: this is another term for a group meeting setting. Primarily verbal to allow patients to interact with one another and share stories of their recoveries and experiences while using. This gives the patient support from people going through similar situations.
  • Trauma Therapy (including EMDR): focuses on understanding how the traumatic events in an addict’s life impacted their addiction. After this type of therapy, a patient should be able to understand their emotional and behavioral responses to certain situations.

More Therapy Options at Our Facility

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): encourages patients to change their destructive patterns of behavior. It is one of the most successful forms of therapy and allows patients to develop problem-solving skills.
  • Relapse Prevention: teaches patients about the emotional and environmental triggers that can cause an addict to relapse. In order to prevent them from winding up on the same path they were before, they learn what and who to avoid relapse.
  • Wellness Groups: these groups give patients a creative or physical outlet to focus on besides alcohol or drugs. For instance, they could discover a love for painting, rock climbing, or playing guitar they never knew they had before this type of therapy. These can also be performed in group settings. This enables people to connect with other individuals going through the same things they are.
  • Family Therapy: in these programs, family members and the patient can learn a better way to cope with recovery. Both parties can share thoughts and feelings on the subject. The program helps to bring family members closer together. This shows the recovering addict they have a long-lasting support system after rehab completion.

Residential Program Amenities

  • Private and semi-private bedrooms with pillow-top mattresses and personal 40” LED TV’s
  • Delicious and nutritious chef-cooked meals (Vegetarian, vegan, Kosher, gluten-free and allergy-sensitive meals available upon request)
  • Round the clock access to snacks, juices and ice cream
  • Xbox Game Room
  • Ping-Pong
  • Arts and Craft Activities
  • Guest Speakers
  • ‘Higher Power Enrichment Hour’
  • Soothing Outdoor Zen Garden and Waterfall
  • Outdoor Pavilion
  • Off-site Gym Membership
  • Off-site AA/NA Meetings

Residential Treatment for Addiction

There are endless options for those who are ready to overcome their addiction. Once you enter our facility, the staff walk with you every step of the way. From the very beginning of the process, we’ll be here for you to ensure a full and safe recovery. If you believe you need assistance with deciding how to start your residential treatment in Florida, please do not hesitate to contact us to get started today.



Content Reviewed by Jacklyn Steward

Jacklyn StewardJacklyn is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and an EMDR trained trauma therapy specialist with over 6 years of experience in the field of addiction. She has a Masters Degree in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling from Nova Southeastern University.