30-Day Inpatient & Outpatient Addiction Treatment Plans in FL
Addiction can cause people to easily lose control of their lives. Thankfully, there are several different levels of addiction treatment available that can help these individuals regain that control. Similar to other diseases like diabetes and cancer, addiction requires professional attention in order to properly treat. This page will focus on 30-day addiction treatment programs and highlight the benefits of participating in this type of rehab care.
What to Expect in a 30-Day Substance Treatment Program
When you arrive at Recovery First Treatment Center for a 30-day rehab program, you will be greeted by a program staff who will guide you through the admissions process. They will explain what to expect in rehab and introduce you to your therapist, case manager, and other staff. During your first 24 hours in rehab, you will complete assessments and screenings, as well as meet with a medical doctor. We will use this information to create a treatment program that meets your needs.
Depending on what substances you have been using, our treatment team may recommend that you start your 30-days of treatment in medical detox. The length of detox varies based on a number of factors, including the severity of your substance use disorder and the type of substance you are detoxing from. During detox, you will be monitored by our medical staff and, when needed, prescribed medications to help ease your withdrawal symptoms—keeping you as safe and comfortable as possible throughout this period.
Once your detox is complete, you will transition into a treatment program that reflects the appropriate level of care for you for the remainder of the 30-day program. Your time will be spent in therapy sessions, self-help group meetings, and positive recreational activities, like yoga and meditation. Our treatment team utilizes evidence-based behavioral therapy techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing to help you engage with your treatment plan and to identify means of positive, recovery-promoting behavioral changes.1
The goals of the 30-day program are for you to learn more about yourself and your addiction, as well as develop relapse prevention and recovery tools.
Is 30 Days in Rehab Long Enough to Treat Addiction?
There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to addiction treatment.1 Different people require different lengths of treatment and levels of care, ranging anywhere from 5-10 days in a detox program to a long-term rehab program. The type of addiction treatment that is right for you will depend on what substance you are addicted to, the severity of your addiction, and other personal factors.
Even though the recommended length of treatment varies from person to person, sticking with treatment for an adequate length of time can improve your recovery chances.1 For example, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) indicates that longer lengths of treatment are associated with improved treatment outcomes.1
Recovery First offers different levels of outpatient treatment in Florida so you can continue your recovery journey. Partial hospitalization (PHP) is an outpatient that offers over 20 hours a week of therapy, while intensive outpatient (IOP) offers about nine hours per week of therapy.2 Both programming options are highly structured and provide evidence-based therapies and treatments. In contrast with inpatient or residential treatment settings, outpatient programs don’t require you to reside at the treatment center, allowing you to return home or to a sober living situation outside of program hours. For some people, this form of treatment allows some additional flexibility in meeting obligations at work, school, and/or home as you to continue to work on your recovery.
American Addictions Centers, the parent company of Recovery First Treatment Center, offers a 90-day promise. We guarantee that you’ll remain sober after completing 90 consecutive days of treatment at our facility. If you experience a relapse, then you can return for an additional 30 days of treatment for free.
Does Health Insurance Cover 30 Days of Inpatient Rehab?
In Florida, health insurance can cover the cost of different levels of addiction treatment, including detox, inpatient rehab, and outpatient. The passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 required health insurance companies to cover substance use and mental health treatment.3 However, the level of coverage and out-of-pocket costs may vary. Depending on what your insurance covers for addiction treatment, you may be responsible to pay a copay, coinsurance, and/or meet a deductible. Recovery First offers different ways to pay for rehab, including financing options. Cost should not interfere with you getting the help that you need.
By filling out the form below, you can quickly and securely verify your insurance benefits. We will advise you whether we accept your insurance and if you have any out-of-pocket costs.
Get Admitted to a 30-Day Addiction Treatment Program
To start the admissions process, contact our admissions team today by filling out the form below or calling 813-491-8254. An intake clinician will evaluate you and provide a recommendation for your length of stay and level of care. At Recovery First we believe that each person has their own personal needs, so our treatment recommendations are always developed to meet those needs. We will also talk to you about what to expect in rehab and answer any questions you may have.
Getting help for a substance use disorder is the start of a better life. Treatment can provide you with the tools you need to get sober. Reach out today to begin your recovery journey.
✔ Decide if treatment is right for you.
✔ See if your health insurance will pay for rehab and other available options for paying for addiction treatment.
✔ Discuss your treatment options.
✔ Check in at your treatment center.