At United Recovery Project, we have combined the best medical, clinical, and mindfulness practices necessary to recover from the disease of addiction and alcoholism. Most importantly, we truly value our clients from the meticulous cleanliness of our Bay Harbor Islands alcohol rehab center to the dedication and professionalism of our whole staff and our culture of love and connection.
The greatest challenge anyone will face in recovery from drugs or alcohol is the potential for relapse in the face of cravings and other cues to drink or use drugs. At United Recovery Project, we understand how very daunting this challenge can be— and that there is possibly no scarier, more vulnerable time than the transition to life after rehab, following detox and treatment.
Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
With any substance use disorder, the cues to drink or use drugs are typically so strong that, in the absence of medical and clinical interventions administered by caring specialists within a safe, supportive and sober residential setting, relapse is virtually inevitable. On the other hand, residential treatment is connected to better recovery outcomes and lower risks of addiction relapse and better retention in a treatment plan.
At United Recovery Project, we understand these challenges and realities unique to recovery and have designed our inpatient rehab programs accordingly, and anyone serious about getting lasting freedom from drugs or alcohol can have peace of mind knowing they are getting only the most evidence-and-outcomes-based treatment offered.
Bay Harbor Islands, Florida Intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a transitional steppingstone program that is between inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. As a “Stage 2” level of care for patients who have graduated from our inpatient residential program or have been called, our IOP program combines the advantages of both inpatient and outpatient rehab care:
- On-campus residence at our Bay Harbor Islands alcohol rehab facility, providing the added, built-in support of a peer support community and safe, sober living setting
- The same group and individual therapies provided in our inpatient rehab program, only in a less intensive, part-time capacity
- Greater independence and freedom to chase next vocational steps in preparing for life after rehab
- Career counseling, resume building, job, and vocational preparation, and other crucial life skills needed to succeed both at life and in recovery
Inpatient Versus Outpatient Treatment
Anyone considering addiction treatment must decide what kind of program will best serve their treatment needs, starting with the question of whether they want inpatient or outpatient care. Inpatient residential care is a highly structured, more intensive care level that necessitates 24/7 residence in a rehab center. On the other hand, outpatient treatment is usually very part-time, as a much less intensive level of care—in many cases comprising only a few hours of therapy per week—that can be undertaken while residing at home.