Long Term Residential Treatment

Long-Term Rehab Leads to Improved Outcomes

Long-term residential treatment, which at Beach House is defined as 60 days or more of inpatient rehab, is the best treatment option for anyone who wants to find lasting freedom from drugs or alcohol. Here’s why:

  • The addiction triggers and cues to use are often so powerful that white knuckling sobriety on one’s own rarely achieves a successful recovery. (In fact, rates of relapse are highest during the first weeks and months after quitting drugs or alcohol.)
  • Levels of the “feel good” neurotransmitter dopamine are very low during the first weeks after a detox from drugs or alcohol, and can cause symptoms that mimic a co-occurring mental disorder, or “dual diagnosis,” such as anxiety or depression. An extended period of abstinence in a supportive sober living environment ensures that clients can be medically monitored, evaluated and in some cases treated for a confirmed dual diagnosis.

Learn more about our Dual Diagnosis Program and why treating a dual diagnosis is critical to successful recovery.

  • Research shows that long-term residential treatment produces the best recovery outcomes and that after one year of successful abstinence with the help of long-term rehab services, the rates of relapse drop dramatically. At Beach House, we’ve found the same to be true.

Learn more about our treatment outcomes and how they outperform those from other residential treatment programs in Florida and nationwide.

There is evidence to support a minimum of 35 days in treatment as the gold standard for detox and achieving recovery.– Medical Director Michael Slifer, MD, PhD

Here is what to expect from our long-term inpatient rehab program:

  • Medically supervised inpatient treatment for a minimum of 60 days
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment for drug or alcohol cravings, where appropriate
  • 7:1 client-therapist ratio (well below industry standards at 11:1)
  • State-of-the-art, brand-new facility in beautiful Juno Beach, Florida, located near miles of quiet beach preserve
  • Caring and experienced medical and clinical professionals
  • Evidence-based clinical interventions
  • 12-step recovery groups
  • The option of family therapy through our Family Program
  • Renowned high safety standard including 24/7, one-on-one medical monitoring for clients who need it
“The therapists and group facilitators did an amazing job in keeping me engaged while educating me on my disease and helping me process its emotional and behavioral components. The medical staff, especially nursing, made sure all of my medical needs were met on a daily basis.” “– Michelle

What Is Long-Term Residential Treatment?

Long-term residential treatment consists of a minimum of 60 days of inpatient rehab for drugs or alcohol. Inpatient rehab is a program of drug or alcohol treatment that treats the underlying roots of addiction with a comprehensive and personalized plan of care that consists of:

  • Medically supervised detox from one or more substances
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) where appropriate to curb drug or alcohol cravings and ease the transition into abstinence and recovery
  • Evidence-based behavioral therapies that address addiction triggers such as stress, trauma and/or an underlying mental condition like anxiety or depression, providing clients with healthy coping skills and effective tools for relapse prevention

Today, preventing and treating addiction means understanding clients’ personal needs along with a complex set of clinical considerations. Abstinence-based treatment, medically-assisted treatment and adverse childhood experiences must be understood and incorporated into treatment plans, when appropriate, to address the root causes of addiction and generate lasting recovery. – Chief Clinical Officer Anna Ciulla, LMHC, RD, LD

During long-term drug or alcohol rehab, clients receive 24/7 medical and clinical care, seven days a week, starting with a medically supervised detox. During this time, they also live at our new, state-of-the-art facility. Here, within a warm and supportive, family-like environment, located near miles of quiet beach preserve in the charming coastal town of Juno Beach, Florida, they immerse themselves in an intensive, daily routine of various group and individual therapies. Guided by caring and experienced medical and clinical professionals, clients learn new life skills and therapeutic coping tools, develop systems of support, such as 12-step recovery groups, and discover the ingredients of a healthy recovery lifestyle— all as part of the Beach House pledge: people, purpose and passion.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab at Beach House – What Sets It Apart

Long-term residential rehab at Beach House is characterized by a number of unique features that help to explain why our treatment outcomes consistently outperform the industry average:

  • An emphasis on the strength of the client-therapist relationship (also known as “therapeutic alliance”)
  • An especially low client-therapist ratio
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment that relieves cravings for certain substances, such as alcohol or opiates
  • An OTP-certified, on-site pharmacy
  • Our track record in the community as a trusted Florida provider known for its high safety standards
  • Our facility and location

Learn more about the above features and their distinctive benefits.

If you know someone struggling with addiction, Beach House can help.

What is the Cost of Long-Term Treatment?

We understand that the cost of long-term inpatient treatment is an important consideration, so we strive to make our residential treatment options as affordable as possible. Beach House accepts all major insurance carriers, which are now required by law to provide full or partial reimbursement for substance abuse treatment, depending on the plan. We also work with clients to develop flexible financing options that will accommodate their budget.

Get more details regarding pricing and insurance coverage for long-term rehab. For more information and advice regarding how to pay for inpatient rehab and why it’s a worthwhile investment, check out these articles: