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Delray Beach Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

Just like cities across the country, Delray Beach, Florida, is experiencing high rates of substance abuse.

In 2016, a total of 405 people in Palm Beach County died with cocaine in their system. Cocaine was the direct cause of death in 291 of these cases.1 Just one year before, cocaine killed 109 people, meaning there was a 166% increase in the number of cocaine-caused deaths.1

Before you enter a rehab program, it can be beneficial to first undergo medical detox. It’s in medical detox that your withdrawal will be managed safely as the drugs clear from your system. Medical professionals will monitor your progress to make everything goes as smoothly as possible.

You can then begin the process of healing in a drug rehab program. Of course, just because you’ve gone through detox doesn’t mean you won’t experience cravings. In some cases, rehab centers can use a number of different pharmacotherapies to ease your cravings and lessen any protracted withdrawal symptoms you might be experiencing.

For opioid addiction, some of these medications are:2

  • Methadone, reduces cravings and, because of cross-tolerance, can minimize the effects of any other concurrently used opioids .
  • Buprenorphine, which can lessen your withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings without getting you high.
  • Naltrexone, which blocks the rewarding effects of opioids.

Medications to help with alcohol addiction include:2

  • Naltrexone, which minimizes the reinforcing effects of alcohol and may help reduce alcohol cravings.
  • Acamprosate, which decreases your protracted withdrawal symptoms.
  • Disulfiram, which produces very unpleasant effects if you drink while taking it.

Choosing the best rehab center for you can be tricky, which is why we’re here to help. We’ve compiled a directory of both Delray Beach rehab centers and out-of-state rehab centers to provide you with as many treatment options as possible. Browse our directory today to find the center that meets your needs.

Sources 

  1. University of Florida Health. Florida Drug-Related Outcomes Surveillance and Tracking System (FROST).
  2. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide (Third Edition).

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Discovery Point Retreat

I came here six months ago to do something about my meth addiction. To be honest I didn’t know what I was getting myself into but I took the chance. With the help and great support from all the therapists and case manager I finished the whole program without leaving.
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Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation Center

They have a wide assortment of fitness classes, kind and compassionate staff, fair visitation policies and telephone call opportunities. Could be better staffed, while my loved one was cared for well enough, they could have used more employees on shift. The staff was patient and caring while dealing with our loved one.
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Sojourn House

Rigid schedule . Too far from home to be able to visit regularly on the scheduled visit days once a week. Son was court ordered to go to Sojourn House for treatment. We were pleased with the staff there. Things were explained to us well.
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Executive Director Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment

Prior to being appointed the Executive Director at Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment, Adina Levi was the Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager of Business Development for Recovery Centers of America Maryland market. Adina has worked in the behavioral health field for 15 years, beginning as a crisis intervention counselor in the city of Chicago, responding to local police departments and hospitals. She later worked as a primary therapist for youth and families before transitioning into the role of business development. Adina relocated from Chicago to Washington, DC, to continue her work in this field. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology/Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling. Adina continues to maintain both the Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor designations.

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Associate Medical Director Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall

Teedo joined Bracebridge Hall, RCA in September 2016 as a nurse practitioner and quickly moved into the Associate Medical Director position by February 2017, becoming a strong advocate for addiction recovery. Entering the field through paramedicine in 2010, Teedo soon found her passion in nursing and finalized her formal education from Wilmington University in 2013 as a Board-Certified Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Family Nurse Practice. Through her work as an Emergency Department Travel Nurse along the east coast, Teedo is passionate about giving back to communities in need. Teedo has traveled and used her professional skills to provide care to outlying villages in Managua, Nicaragua with the Nicaraguan American Nurses Association. Teedo carries that same dedication into her daily interactions with patients, focusing on the best interest of each of them.

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Group Therapist The Freedom Center

Anya is a licensed clinical social worker who holds a Master of Social Work with a clinical concentration, mental health specialization, and substance abuse sub-specialization. She graduated from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and has years of experience providing direct services to individuals and groups with mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. Anya is dedicated to building rapport with clients and establishing a relationship of trust. Anya treats clients using a holistic approach incorporating experiential, cognitive, behavioral and psychoanalytical theory and modalities. Anya keeps a strong focus on addressing triggers, underlying issues, building and accomplishing goals, addiction education and connection to supports. She brings experience in working with addiction, trauma and LGBT issues with an individual, group, and families.

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Investigating Delray Beach Treatment Clinics Committing to drug rehab in Delray Beach can represent a major change in your life's direction. Many people who enroll in drug rehab struggle with multiple addictions, but with the support of a medically monitored recovery program, you can gradually eliminate these chemicals from your system.

Whether you're battling cocaine, alcohol, marijuana or meth addiction, rehabilitation can help heal your body and mind.

What Needs to Be Addressed Before Enrolling in Rehab Treatment

Known for its beautiful beaches, Delray Beach attracts many tourists and seasonal residents to this area of Southeast Florida. Yet many of the city's residents have been influenced by the influx of illegal drugs like cocaine and heroin into the community. The Palm Beach Post reported that in March 2012 a drug dealer was arrested for distributing cocaine out of Delray Beach bars. Delray Beach addiction treatment programs address the dual addictions of cocaine and alcohol in many of their clients. Before you enroll in rehab treatment, a rehab counselor will address the question of poly-drug use to determine whether you need treatment for one or more chemical dependencies.

Cocaine and Alcohol: A Deadly Combination

When cocaine, a central nervous system stimulant, and alcohol, a depressant, are combined, the end result may be more dangerous than using one of these chemicals alone. According to the Journal of Medical Toxicology, this combination produces a deadly metabolic product called cocaethylene.

Cocaethylene intensifies the effects of both chemicals, increasing the risk of life-threatening conditions like:

  • Heart attack
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Stroke
  • Brain hemorrhage
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Poly-drug abuse, or the abuse of multiple substances, may make recovery seem overwhelmingly complicated. But as you enroll in rehab, go through detox and begin the process of recovery, you'll find that you're able to work through your addictions with the help of qualified professionals.

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