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Finding the Best Inpatient Drug Rehab for Tampa Residents
Addiction is unlike any other disease. There is not one set cause or cure for an addiction like there is for different conditions. In fact, addiction is a unique disease that is individual to each person experiencing it, and the way to treat it varies from patient to patient and their presenting needs. Finding a treatment program that will be suitable for your specific needs is essential. Residents of Tampa have received the individualized care they need through our inpatient drug rehab program.
At Legacy Healing Center for Tampa residents, we understand that addiction is a multifaceted disease and requires treatment methods to heal you mentally, physically, and spiritually. Through our holistic measures to treatment, you will receive therapeutic support through our evidence-based treatment models with our licensed and highly trained clinical counselors. We believe that an effective healing plan revolves around looking at your overall well-being. That is why we offer our patients unique treatment methods such as dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders, family therapy sessions, and learning life skills that promote sobriety and wellness through proper diet and exercise.
What Is Inpatient Drug Rehab?
Tampa residents who enter inpatient drug rehab will come into our residential treatment center with on-site staff 24/7. First, we encourage patients to go through a detox process. This should be done under medical supervision within our center. We offer patients a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) where their withdrawal symptoms will be monitored by nurses and physicians specializing in aiding a smooth detox process. Medication can be provided for patients experiencing more severe withdrawal symptoms to help mitigate the severity and increase their comfortability.
Once you have detoxed from drugs, you will move into your inpatient drug rehab program. Your days will consist of structured individual and group therapy sessions where you will gain perspective on the root cause of your addiction and learn the tools necessary to prevent future relapses through mindfulness and emotional regulation methods. When you are not in therapy sessions, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the great amenities offered within our facility. We hope that you will begin to build solid relationships with fellow patients through these fun, interactive activities while also seeing that a life in recovery can still be enjoyable.
After completing your residential drug rehab program, you will be invited to participate in our continuing care program. Patients of Miami find this beneficial in helping to make the transition from inpatient rehab back to your home environment as smooth as possible. You will have access to your support staff and fellow alumni, who will help give you emotional support and guidance as you navigate your new way of life.
Types of Drug Addictions We Treat in Inpatient Rehab
Legacy Healing understands that addiction looks different for Miami residents and offers programs that will be sure to target healing from your drug of choice through our exclusive, holistic treatment programs.
Our inpatient rehab program will treat the following drug addictions:
- Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium, Klonopin
- Prescription opioids including Methadone, Morphine, Oxycodone, Fentanyl
- Prescription stimulants such as Ritalin, Adderall, Dexedrine
- Sleep medication- Sonata, Ambien, Lunesta
Choosing Legacy for Inpatient Drug Rehab
Miami residents choose Legacy Healing Center for their inpatient drug rehab program for the high level of care provided to each patient. We give each patient who enters our program the necessary individual, one-on-one care they need to heal from their painful past of addiction and transition into a future of sobriety and happiness with our holistic treatment methods and evidence-based therapeutic models. For more information on our inpatient drug rehab for Tampa residents, call us today at 888.534.2295.
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