In the land of 30,000 lakes, alcohol and drug use on the water is as serious a threat to boaters and their passengers as they are to car drivers. In fact, alcohol and drug use contributed to fifteen percent of the boating fatalities in Florida in 2013, and Kissimmee is no exception. Wherever addictions are leading you, there is help for navigating stormy seas.
Step Into Lasting Recovery
The first step toward recovery is admitting there is a problem, but getting clean and sober are easier than staying that way. A thorough screening gives your caregivers a comprehensive overview of your case and any underlying medical or co-occurring disorders that may be contributing. Together, you can design an individualized treatment plan to meet your needs.
Why Detox Needs Medical Supervision
Abruptly halting certain drugs or alcohol can create life-threatening medical conditions if unsupervised by trained professionals. They will monitor your vitals until you are stable. From there, residential treatment gives you a break from familiar environment and triggers, permitting a focus on healing.
What Happens After Detox
After detox, individual counseling and peer participation help you face underlying causes of addiction and relapse. It helps you learn new ways of acting on life rather than reacting to it. Loved ones receive help facing the pain they have suffered and learn to support your recovery. You and your counselor work together to build an aftercare plan to help you transition into your recovery lifestyle. You also will build a backup plan and network with peers for lasting support.
36-40 year olds comprise the highest admissions in Kissimmee for alcohol and drug use, but we can help anyone find the help they need. Untreated addiction will lead you into ever-deeper troubled waters. Call us now for a lifeline to help today.
Your Treatment Program Should Be Personal and Private
While you are making your decision on a rehabilitation facility, consider those facilities that may be top-notch in other cities as well as those in your area. Many patients choose to travel to treatment centers that are outside of their home areas because it takes them away from the place where they became addicted. Every addict is different, but sometimes getting out of town and into a new location can give you a new perspective and a fresh start during recovery. In addition, peer pressure and negative influences will not be a problem if you are away from your home area.
With that being said, if you are opting for an outpatient treatment program, You may be better served by choosing a facility that is close to home. This option is often chosen by those who have families they need to take care of, jobs and careers they need to retain, or classes they need to attend. We know that each individual case is different, and we are willing to work with you to find the best treatment center for your recovery.