Drug & Alcohol Rehab Addiction Treatment Center Near Hypoluxo, FL

According to the 2022 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) more than 48 million people aged 12 and older (17.3% of the population) had a substance use disorder in the past year. Among this same population and during the same time period, 29.5 million people (10.5%) had an alcohol use disorder.(1) While these statistics are staggering, help and hope are available via a host of treatment options.

Drug and alcohol detox and treatment centers are scattered across the country, and several Florida rehab centers are available. However, for those living near Hypoluxo, FL, compassionate and evidence-based care is available through Immersion Recovery Center.

Immersion Recovery Center understands the complexities of addiction and tailors each treatment plan to the unique needs of you or your loved one. Offering detox and residential care as well as partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), our  Delray Beach rehab center gives you the tools for long-term success in recovery. Plus, our robust alumni program ensures you’re supported for the months and years ahead. Reach out to learn more about Immersion Recovery Center programs and to take your first step toward recovery today.

Drug Detox & Addiction Treatment Services Near Hypoluxo, FL

Managing a substance use disorder requires specialized treatment due to its multifaceted impact. Addiction affects both the mind and body, often requiring varying levels of care depending upon the disorder’s severity. At Immersion Recovery, we have a comprehensive approach that addresses physical recovery needs alongside mental and emotional components.

Detox may be required if the substance use disorder has progressed to the level of physical dependence. Detox duration depends on factors such as substances used, amount used, length of use, and personal factors. After completing a medically monitored detox, participants often transition to an inpatient level of care. During this stage of their journey, clients address the mental and emotional aspects of their disorder with a team of licensed mental health and addiction professionals. Throughout this time, they develop the tools needed for long-term success in their recovery journey.

Disorders & Addictions We Treat at Our Florida Treatment Facility

At Immersion Recovery Center, we offer substance use disorder treatment across a wide range of substances. However, regardless of the substance or level of care required, we believe each client is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. Every program is tailored to each client’s specific needs.

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Prescription Drug Detox and Treatment

Prescription drugs often affect the brain and body in a manner that’s similar to their illicit counterparts. Because of this, the detox and treatment process is also similar if not identical. After clients have addressed the physical withdrawal symptoms in their detox phase of treatment, they usually transition to a residential level of care. During this time, our professionals assist them in identifying and addressing the mental and emotional aspects of their disease through individual therapy, group counseling, and substance use education.

Alcohol Detox and Treatment

Alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening, especially when alcohol use is suddenly stopped or dosage is drastically reduced. Because of this, it’s helpful to undergo the alcohol detox process under the care of trained medical staff. Our clients receive the proper attention and medication to minimize these risks. After overcoming physical withdrawal symptoms, clients regularly transition to a residential level of care. At this level, clients gain the tools for recovery success through group therapy, individual counseling, and substance use education.

Opioid Detox and Treatment

Opioids comprise substances such as oxycodone (OxyContin), fentanyl, and heroin. Patients who suddenly end their opioid usage may experience withdrawal symptoms. Throughout the opioid detox process, our specialized medical staff provides emotional support and medication to minimize discomfort and health risks. In effect, we ensure each client is as safe and as comfortable as possible during detox. After addressing the physical aspects of an opioid use disorder, clients usually transition to residential treatment where ongoing education and therapeutic support help them develop the tools and relapse-prevention techniques for long-term recovery.

Stimulant Detox and Treatment

Stimulants are a classification of drugs intended to speed up the normal functions of the central nervous system. Cocaine and meth, for example, are types of stimulants. Though stopping stimulant use may not result in intense physical withdrawal symptoms, the mental and emotional aspects may be overwhelming. Thus, it’s often helpful to  address these feelings with a trained addiction professional. Throughout our inpatient treatment services, which often follow detox, clients work on the skills to process and address the mental and emotional components of their stimulant addiction.

Benzodiazepine Detox and Treatment

Benzodiazepines, such as alprazolam (Xanax) and clonazepam (Klonopin), have a deep impact on the brain. Because of this, suddenly stopping their use may result in dramatic health impacts. Our trained staff can mitigate these risks through proper care and medication during the detox process. Once again, residential level of care is often the next step clients’ care plans as they work to address the mental and emotional components of their benzodiazepine use disorder. 

Synthetic Drug Detox and Treatment

Synthetic drugs—e.g., synthetic marijuana, bath salts, ecstasy, methamphetamine, and anabolic steroids—contain substances that are pharmacologically similar to those found in more common illicit drugs.(2) Their effects, however, can vary greatly due to their lack of regulation and consistency. Our team of addiction professionals can assess issues related to synthetic drug misuse and formulate a treatment protocol unique to each client. This comprehensive treatment plan addresses the client’s physical, mental, and emotional needs via a holistic approach.

Our Levels of Care for Substance Use Recovery

At Immersion Recovery Center, our comprehensive alcohol and drug rehab treatment programs include multiple levels of care. These levels vary in intensity based on a host of factors such as a client’s medical and emotional needs, co-occurring disorders, length, duration, and severity of substance use, and more. After completing detox and inpatient levels of care, clients often continue their recovery journey in a partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), or long-term sober living environment. Other forms of outpatient care, aftercare, and alumni programming are also available. 

Substance Use Treatment Therapies

At Immersion Recovery Center, our therapists are committed to using evidence-based practices. This means that each therapist only uses counseling modalities with a proven track record of success. These therapeutic practices often include talk therapy, medication, or a combination of both.

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Drug & Alcohol Use Statistics in Hypoluxo, FL

The Behavioral Health Barometer for Florida (a SAMHSA publication) provides several insights about drug and alcohol misuse in Florida. The following data represents the annual average prevalence of past year substance use disorders (along with the number of afflicted individuals)  for those 12 and older between 2017 to 2019.(3)

  • Any Substance Use Disorder — 6.3% (1.1 million)
  • Alcohol Use Disorder — 4.2% (770,000)
  • Prescription Pain Reliever Misuse — 4.1% (752,000)
  • Illicit Drug Use Disorder — 2.7% (490,000)
  • Marijuana Use Disorder — 1.3% (232,000)
  • Opioid Use Disorder — 0.9% (165,000)
  • Heroin Use — 0.28% (51,000)

What to Look for in a Local Addiction Treatment Center

When assessing treatment facilities including FL drug detox programs and FL drug and alcohol rehabs, you’ll want to inquire about several factors and ask plenty of questions to ensure the rehab center meets your specific needs. Some of the main factors to investigate include:

  • Meeting state and national regulatory requirements
  • A staff of professionally qualified and licensed clinical and medical staff
  • Ability to meet each client’s specific needs
  • Treatment specialities and population-specific programming if necessary
  • Service and amenities
  • Payment and insurance options
  • Alumni programs

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Why Choose Immersion Recovery Center for Treatment & Recovery?

Immersion Recovery Center provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment near Hypoluxo, FL. Our team of caring and licensed addiction professionals is passionate about providing each client with the level of care and support needed. We regularly exceed all state and national requirements ensuring that you or your loved one receive the quality of care you deserve. 

Reaching out for help can seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. At Immersion Recovery Center, the simple admissions process starts with a single phone call. During this free, no-obligation call you can learn more about treatment options, discuss insurance and payment concerns, and even start the admission process if you choose. Reach out now to take your first step toward lasting recovery today.

  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2022 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Available from: https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/reports/rpt42731/2022-nsduh-nnr.pdf.
  2. Creagh S, Warden D, Latif MA, Paydar A. The New Classes of Synthetic Illicit Drugs Can Significantly Harm the Brain: A Neuro Imaging Perspective with Full Review of MRI Findings. Clin Radiol Imaging J. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6048967.
  3. Behavioral Health Barometer, Florida, Volume 3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Available from: https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/reports/rpt32826/Florida-BH-Barometer_Volume6.pdf