Treatment Centers in 32570

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Panhandle Comprehensive Treatment Center
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Milton, FL 32570
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a form of opioid addiction treatment that combines the use of prescription medication with counseling services. When someone is struggling with an addiction to opioids, it can be extremely difficult to stop using. One of the hardest struggles people have is going through the withdrawal process. The process of withdrawing from opioids can be so distressing that many people return to using opioids to ease their uncomfortable symptoms. The FDA-approved medications used in MAT, however, have proved to reduce or eliminate those symptoms, which allows people to focus on beginning their recovery journeys. By adding in the counseling component, people can work on identifying triggers and developing coping skills that can help prevent future relapse. This well-rounded approach to opioid addiction treatment has saved countless lives and is supported by medical professionals and respected agencies like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a form of opioid addiction treatment that combines the use of prescription medication with counseling services. When someone is struggling with an addiction to opioids, it can be extremely difficult to stop using. One of the hardest struggles people have is going through the withdrawal process. The process of withdrawing from opioids can be so distressing that many people return to using opioids to ease their uncomfortable symptoms. The FDA-approved medications used in MAT, however, have proved to reduce or eliminate those symptoms, which allows people to focus on beginning their recovery journeys. By adding in the counseling component, people can work on identifying triggers and developing coping skills that can help prevent future relapse. This well-rounded approach to opioid addiction treatment has saved countless lives and is supported by medical professionals and respected agencies like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
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Twelve Oaks Recovery - Detox Program
Treatment Center
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Milton, FL 32570
Detoxification is the process that helps a person rid their body of the substances they have been abusing. Attempting to go through this process without medical supervision can be dangerous and often painful. At Twelve Oaks Recovery Center in Navarre, Florida, we provide medically supervised detoxification, or detox, services for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with addictions. Clients who participate in the detox program at our facility typically spend three to seven days going through a process that rids the body of alcohol or other drugs while minimizing the discomfort of withdrawal. Our staff of doctors and registered nurses is on hand to observe clients round-the-clock, prioritizing health and comfort levels so that these individuals may progress in their recovery once detox is complete. Some clients may receive a prescribed medication to help them avoid negative effects of withdrawal, and all clients are encouraged to participate in therapeutic programming during detox if they are physically capable of doing so.
Detoxification is the process that helps a person rid their body of the substances they have been abusing. Attempting to go through this process without medical supervision can be dangerous and often painful. At Twelve Oaks Recovery Center in Navarre, Florida, we provide medically supervised detoxification, or detox, services for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with addictions. Clients who participate in the detox program at our facility typically spend three to seven days going through a process that rids the body of alcohol or other drugs while minimizing the discomfort of withdrawal. Our staff of doctors and registered nurses is on hand to observe clients round-the-clock, prioritizing health and comfort levels so that these individuals may progress in their recovery once detox is complete. Some clients may receive a prescribed medication to help them avoid negative effects of withdrawal, and all clients are encouraged to participate in therapeutic programming during detox if they are physically capable of doing so.
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Twelve Oaks Recovery Center - Adult Residential
Treatment Center
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Milton, FL 32570
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center offers residential treatment for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with substance use disorders and mental health concerns. Our live-in treatment center in Navarre, Florida, is a safe and welcoming environment for clients to manage their symptoms and focus on their health while working toward long-term recovery. A typical stay in residential treatment with us lasts 12-13 days. During that time, clients may participate in individual, experiential, and family therapy sessions, along with group therapy sessions multiple times per day. All clients receive basic medical care and medication management services, and those who have substance use disorders may participate in on-site detoxification. We also offer focused programming for active-duty members of the U.S. military, veterans, and other first responders. Our staff of highly experienced professionals works closely with each client to develop a personalized treatment plan. At the conclusion of treatment, each client receives a detailed discharge plan that offers ongoing resources to help them sustain their progress. We accept commercial insurances like Aetna, Cigna, TRICARE, and more.
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center offers residential treatment for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with substance use disorders and mental health concerns. Our live-in treatment center in Navarre, Florida, is a safe and welcoming environment for clients to manage their symptoms and focus on their health while working toward long-term recovery. A typical stay in residential treatment with us lasts 12-13 days. During that time, clients may participate in individual, experiential, and family therapy sessions, along with group therapy sessions multiple times per day. All clients receive basic medical care and medication management services, and those who have substance use disorders may participate in on-site detoxification. We also offer focused programming for active-duty members of the U.S. military, veterans, and other first responders. Our staff of highly experienced professionals works closely with each client to develop a personalized treatment plan. At the conclusion of treatment, each client receives a detailed discharge plan that offers ongoing resources to help them sustain their progress. We accept commercial insurances like Aetna, Cigna, TRICARE, and more.
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