Treatment Programs

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Our Addiction Treatment Programs

Take a closer look at our drug and alcohol treatment programs, including;

Detox

Residential

Outpatient

Aftercare

Continuum Care

Alcoholism and drug addiction represent a growing public health crisis in this country that is devastating individuals, families and whole communities. Each year, tens of thousands of Americans die because of drug or alcohol-related overdoses—a death count that is steadily rising—while a countless number of Americans succumb to other health effects of drugs and/or alcohol abuse.

But they don’t have to.

If substance abuse is ruining your life, causing health problems, or raising quality-of-life concerns for you or a loved one, professional treatment can help. Our drug and alcohol programs are for anyone over the age of 18, male or female, who may be struggling with a substance use disorder and/or dual diagnosis (a co-occurring mental disorder).

“Beach House Center for Recovery saved my life. I went there in June of 2016, and I haven’t touched a substance since. ”– Richard

Why Choose Our Drug Rehab Center?

Here are the biggest reasons so many people choose our center over other rehab facilities nationwide:

Our Positive Treatment Outcomes – These consistently outperform those for our competitors. By applying a “client-directed, outcome-informed” approach that is highly personalized to the needs of each client, and by measuring our outcomes with the help of an independent third party, we are continuously evaluating what is working well and what can be done better in serving our clients’ treatment needs.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) – We employ the latest medical advances in treating addiction. MAT is, therefore, an option that our in-house psychiatrist can recommend to clients (depending on the drug of abuse, their history of addiction, and other factors that an in-depth medical and psychiatric assessment administered at the start of treatment may reveal). MAT has been evidenced to reduce rates of relapse for certain substance use disorders.

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