Boynton Beach, Florida

Drug Rehab Program

Emerge Recovery Center offers a unique, intimate addiction treatment program at our centrally located Boynton Beach, Florida facility. Our location easily services those living in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and for those outside of South Florida, we can easily assist you with travel planning and transportation from the airport to our facility. Learn more about how our innovative treatment program, which utilizes modern, traditional and holistic therapies, can help you overcome addiction once and for all.

What Exactly is a Drug Rehab?

Does it matter if I go to an inpatient or outpatient rehab?

No two people have the same addiction problems, and as such, everyone needs a different approach to treatment so they can get their life back on track. For a lot of people alcohol and drug addiction is a fight that can last a lifetime. They are always prone to relapse even after long periods of abstinence. Hence, it is important that the patient gets the best possible care.

This is where a drug rehab like ours in Palm Beach Florida comes in!

When a person becomes so dangerously ill due to addiction that they become a threat to not just themselves but also to the people around them, the time is right to opt for a center that specializes in treating such a case. A drug treatment center in Palm Beach, like Emerge Recovery Center,  give the patient an appropriate environment. The ambiance is suitable for treating addicts to achieve long-term recovery.

Treatment centers like Emerge Recovery Center, give the patient a feeling of being in a safe and friendly place where they get the care and attention they deserve. Surrounded by medical specialists, doctors and other patients who help each other out during the tough times, the environment is perfect for addicts to change their life around.

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Why Should I Choose a Drug Rehab in Palm Beach?

What are the benefits of a drug rehab?

As mentioned earlier, a drug rehab is a center designed specifically for patients who require special treatment and attention for their rehabilitation needs. Because the patient lives here for a minimum period of at least 30 days, or longer or shorter, depending on their condition, our facility has everything an individual needs to feel relaxed and at ease, knowing that they are in a safe place where they can begin their journey towards sobriety.

Here are a few benefits that an inpatient drug rehab provides:

  • A fully trained and qualified staff of therapists and doctors
  • 24/7 supervision and intensive care
  • A place that ensures you are never alone when fighting your addiction
  • A residential community of recovering addicts, working together to achieve a similar goal
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Treatment exercises
  • No outside intervention or distractions, leaving you worry-free from the outside world

When you are seeking treatment for substance abuse, the environment in which you recover is a huge part of how well treatment works. Our goal at our Palm Beach drug rehab program is to allow you to focus on the only thing that matters: your recovery.

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There are many substances in this world that humans can become addicted to. Throughout modern history, including the recent opioid epidemic and increasing rates of alcoholism in younger adults, these substances are what we see most people in the United States abusing. Click on a drug to learn more about the startling effects of short-term and long-term use, and how Emerge Recovery Center can help you finally break free from your addiction.

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What’s the Difference Between Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment?

Do I really need rehab in order to recover?

As the implied by their names, the two types of treatments differ in one major way, where the facility requires the patient to stay at a single facility for an extended duration, and the outpatient treatment does not!

Here are a few other notable differences:

  • Outpatient treatment allows the patient to go home at the end of the day and during non-treatment hours
  • Outpatient allows you to commit to work, education and family
  • Moreover, outpatient leaves the patient vulnerable to negative influences as the inpatient provides a safe and secure environment
  • The patient has to be more responsible in a non-residential treatment as they have to reach their counseling sessions and other treatments on time

It is important to note that an outpatient rehab is more suitable for those who either had a less severe case of addiction or have already spent the required time in a drug rehab center.

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How to Know If Myself or My Loved One Needs Treatment

Does recovery depend on rehab?

One of the biggest advantages of a residential treatment program is keeping the patient under care at all times for the duration. However, know that this type of care can cost on the high side. Hence, consult with a medical professional who, after a proper diagnosis of the patient’s condition, will either recommend such an intensive care or ask you to go for the outpatient instead.

However, these signs and symptoms will let you know whether you or your loved one needs treatment:

  • Continued use despite negative consequences;
  • The previous outpatient treatment failed due to relapse;
  • The patient’s needs are too difficult to be managed via outpatient treatment;
  • The addiction was so severe that the patient required hospitalization;
  • Astringent detox therapy is required;
  • The addict is a danger to him/herself and others;
  • Require a prolonged mental psychotherapy from a trained professional;

Seeking treatment at a drug rehab is only the beginning of the recovery phase, which, depending on the condition, can take months. This is a time when the recovering addict will need love, care, and support from family and friends.