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If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with drug or alcohol addiction in Miami Gardens, FL, Rehabs.com maintains a huge Internet database of exclusive private programs, as well as a wealth of other options. We can help you discover drug and alcohol abuse care centers for a dependencies to cocaine, Clonazepam or other addictive drug or alcohol. Search for a perfect rehab program in Miami Gardens now, and take off on the path to sober living.
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30, 60, 90-Day Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Miami Gardens, Florida
Getting clean and sober from Barbiturates, Dicodid, alcohol or other drugs you or your loved one is addicted to takes an individualized treatment arrangement. Two options of substance treatment programs in Miami Gardens can help you succeed: either Inpatient or Out-patient Rehabilitation. Residential care offers enduring benefits with extended residence in a highly-rated rehabilitation clinic. Outpatient programs may be more suitable, but lack the permanence and resources of long-term programs to become clean and sober. Ultimately, the choice is your own, and we are here to help you choose the best option for you.
Lisa Sussman is the Clinical Director at The Palm Beach Institute. Lisa has over 13 years in the substance abuse field. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from South University. She is a licensed mental health counselor, a clinical hypnotherapist and trained in Eye Mov...
The Palm Beach Institute
Dr. Rachel Needle is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Certified Sex Therapist. She obtained her M.S. and Doctor of Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated Cum Laude with her B.A. in Psychology from Barnard College, Columbia University. Dr. Needle...
Transformations Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center
Brenda has seen it all in her thirty years of experience as an alcohol, drug and mental health therapist. She maintains five industry certifications that require her to upload the highest national, international and Florida-specific standards.
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Ambrosia Treatment Center
Removing yourself from the conditions of the addiction issue can help eliminate disruptions and temptations that prevent long-term recovery. When viewing rehab as a therapeutic refuge, addicts will find exclusive private centers in cities outside of Miami Gardens, Florida. Offering resort-like amenities, the top-rated clinics help achieve a physical, psychological and emotional recovery. However, those looking for treatments from home may find a facility close to home is an easier choice.
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With the high rate of drug overdoses across the nation, it's no wonder that many Florida residents are seeking drug addiction treatment in Miami Gardens.
In many cases, it is an inadvertent overdose on prescription painkillers or a combination of painkillers with other drugs, including alcohol, that is causing the rate of untimely deaths to skyrocket. It's a relatively new issue. In fact, between 1990 and 2001, the rate of deaths due to drug overdose increased by 325 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Are you worried about losing someone you love to an accidental overdose? No matter what your loved one's drug of choice is, overdose is a distinct possibility when chronic drug abuse or addiction is an untreated issue. If you're ready to find a Miami Gardens drug rehab that can help your family heal after drug addiction, contact us today at the phone number listed above.A Guide to Entering a Rehab Clinic
How do drug overdoses occur? It's often surprising how quickly the body can become overwhelmed by a substance or substances, causing a heart attack or such depression of the respiratory system that the person stops breathing altogether. Few people take their drug of choice hoping to overdose, however, so how does it happen?
- Alcohol + ANY substance: Few people realize how deadly alcohol can be when taken in combination with other drugs. Having just one drink while taking prescription painkillers or sedatives can result in coma or overdose.
- Mixing drugs: Many mix drugs of opposite effect, like crystal meth and heroin or cocaine and heroin, hoping to increase their rush. Unfortunately, it often ends with multiple body systems shutting down.
- Changes in body chemistry: Many are surprised that someone who has been using a specific drug for years will suddenly overdose. But your body deteriorates during long-term use and yesterday's "perfect" dose may be too much for your body to handle today.
- Use after a period of sobriety: Those who relapse after a period of sobriety (e.g., after an attempted detox, travel, or jail time) no longer require as high a dose as they took before their sobriety - but few know that and take far too much for their body to handle.
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The only sure way to eliminate the risk of drug overdose is to eliminate the use of addictive and deadly substances. A Miami Gardens addiction treatment center can help your loved one stop abusing drugs and avoid relapse today.
Call now to find the right program for your family.
A co-occurring disorder refers to people who are simultaneously dealing with both a substance abuse problem and a behavioral or mental problem. For instance, an addiction to opiates, Percocet, heroin or opioids combined with compulsive gambling or ADHD. For these people, a residential rehab center is often imperative, incorporating quality inpatient treatments with group support, such as one might experience in Narcotics Anonymous. Luxury drug rehabs in Miami Gardens, Florida will provide excellent rehab services with upscale amenities for anyone requiring the very best drug rehab experience, just as Miami Gardens alcohol rehab centers will help those battling alcohol to attain sobriety.
Note About Insurance for Addiction Treatment: Eating Disorder Treatment , Texas Children's Health Plan and UnitedHealth Group frequently cover at least a part of your rehab stay, and you can find out more about your own provider or benefit status here.
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