What Is Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehab?
At our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility Hollywood, Florida, residential addiction treatment programs can have varying durations. Depending on the severity of their addiction and individual needs, someone may prefer a short-term detox program, a month-long rehab program, or long-term addiction treatment programs.
When you admitted to our inpatient addiction treatment program at our rehab facility near Miami, our medical staff will perform an evaluation to gather important information used to outline a treatment plan. They will ask questions about:2
- What substances you’ve been using and to what extent.
- Your physical and mental health condition.
- What your homelife and social situation is like.
Addiction treatment is a highly individualized process that works best when it fits the patient’s unique needs.3 Once we have the above information, we can help you not only withdraw from substances safely and more comfortably, but also address the psychological and social issues surrounding your addiction.2 An inpatient program is ideal when treating people with co-occurring disorders or who lack a supportive network.1
Inpatient addiction treatment programs typically begin with medical detox. Depending on the severity of addiction and substances being used, withdrawal can be extremely unpleasant and sometimes dangerous, and may require medical intervention.
However, despite its necessity in many instances, medical detox alone is largely ineffective in helping someone sustain long-term addiction recovery. The process of getting—and staying—sober is hard work and requires comprehensive treatment.2, 3
In rehab at our inpatient addiction treatment facility near Miami, FL, you’ll develop the skills required to change negative and damaging thought patterns and behaviors that lead to drug abuse. This is accomplished primarily through a combination of evidence-based therapies, alternative therapies, and psychoeducational sessions practiced both individually and as part of a group.1, 3–5 These types of addiction treatment include:4
- Motivational interviewing.
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
- 12-Step facilitation.
- Music therapy.
Our Hollywood, FL rehab facility offers specialized addiction treatment programs for veterans and first responders as well as a rehab program for healthcare professionals.
Does Health Insurance Cover Inpatient Rehab for Addiction?
Yes. Due to federal mandates, most insurance companies in Florida must provide coverage for addiction treatment, which includes inpatient care if it is deemed medically necessary.6 Our admissions navigators at Recovery First are available 24/7 at and can help you navigate the insurance process and obtain preauthorization from your insurer as needed.
The most important aspect of using insurance to cover drug and alcohol rehab is finding a facility within your care network. These facilities contract directly with insurance carriers, ensuring costs stay down.7 Recovery First is in-network with many insurers that operate in Florida and the Miami area, including:
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The extent of coverage will vary, depending on the individual plan and type of treatment. In most cases, there will be some out-of-pocket costs incurred for inpatient treatment, such as an annual deductible (a dollar amount that must be paid before insurance begins covering costs) and a co-insurance percentage (you’ll pay a percentage of the total cost of treatment while your insurer covers the rest).8 Plans will also have an out-of-pocket limit, which guarantees that once you’ve paid a certain amount, your insurer will cover the remaining costs of eligible services for the rest of the year.9
If you lack insurance, or if treatment is unaffordable even with insurance, there are ways to pay for rehab without health insurance that make costs more manageable, like financing options.
What Happens After Inpatient Rehab?
Rehab aftercare may include:
- “Stepping down” from inpatient treatment to an outpatient addiction treatment program. This can include partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) or intensive outpatient programs (IOPs).
- Staying at a sober-living facility.
- Entering a peer support or community program.
Before exiting our inpatient programs in Hollywood, FL, you’ll meet with a case manager to form a post-treatment plan. Completing rehab at Recovery First means you’ll have access to the Alumni App, which enables you to stay connected to your peers in the Miami metro area and track milestones. Additionally, Recovery First hosts weekly meetings for alumni and coordinates monthly sober events throughout the Miami area, such as trips to the water park, movies, or volunteer activities.
Why Choose Recovery First for Inpatient Rehab?
While inpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment at Recovery First comes with many features and amenities patients can enjoy, the focus is on addiction treatment and building life skills that will set you up for success after you leave our center. Participants are allotted a weekly budget for groceries, and go shopping once a week to provision. They then prepare their own meals together 3 times a day in their apartment-style living quarters, and also receive financial training.
(Note that during the detox phase, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are fully catered.)
Our client engagement coordinator organizes multiple evening activities that further foster a sense of community and skill development, such as the creation of recovery newsletter. In addition, Recovery First staff recently became trained on cognitive processing therapy (CPT), expanding our ability to address PTSD or other trauma in veterans and all clientele who may benefit.
The AAC Advantage
Because Recovery First is part of American Addiction Centers (AAC), you’ll be supported in aftercare and recovery no matter where you live in the United States. Our network of rehabs is the largest in the nation, with sister facilities in Tampa, as well as Texas, Mississippi, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Nevada, and California.
Those that complete 90 consecutive days in treatment at Recovery First (inpatient, outpatient, or both) qualify for our 90-day brand promise and may receive an additional 30 days of treatment for free at any AAC facility, if they suffer a relapse.
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Addiction Treatment Tailored to You
At Recovery First Treatment Center near Miami, FL, we provide a full continuum care to help those struggling with drug or alcohol abuse. If inpatient treatment doesn’t sound like the right fit, one of our other programs might be a better choice to meet your needs.
Begin With Detox
Our Hollywood, Florida, drug and alcohol rehab facility has 20 beds dedicated to medical detox. For many, this is the first level of addiction treatment—and a necessary one—in order to prepare for comprehensive treatment.
Opt for Outpatient Care
At our Hollywood, Florida rehab facility, we offer 2 different levels of outpatient addiction treatment programs, ranging in intensity and time commitment. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the most intensive: patients continue to live at home and attend treatment 5–6 hours a day. In our intensive outpatient program (IOP), participants live at home and attend treatment for 3 hours 3–5 times a week.
Start the Admissions Process
Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to answer questions, walk through the insurance process, and start the rehab admissions process to the ideal program—customized just for you. Contact us at today.
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