Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs are based on the Twelve Step approach and focus on the fundamentals of recovery. We are usually able to work directly with our client’s insurance companies to provide treatment.

Addiction Recovery for Life, means promoting healthy lifestyle choices that will help clients maintain life long sobriety. We offer the following phased drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation programs that are adapted to the client’s needs accordingly.

Day or Night Treatment with Community Housing / Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Clients take residence in one of our addiction rehabilitation homes based in West Palm Beach, where they will participate in a 5-7 day per week program. Included in the treatment are several hours of daily therapy aligned with the blueprint for their personal drug or alcohol rehabilitation plan. They will also receive 24 hour support from our staff.

The objective of this addiction rehabilitation program is to support clients through the challenge of transitioning from addiction to sober living and will include dealing with withdrawal, deprogramming destructive behavior patterns and building habits that will support their sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

This program is a non-residential, intensive, structured setting consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance related and co-occurring mental health problems. This level of care is ideal for clients who have to manage “real world” commitments such as family, education or work.

The Intensive Outpatient Program entails a minimum of 9 hours of services per week, where our rehabilitation counselors are able to support clients by incorporating the program activities into their daily life, monitoring their progress, providing encouragement and adapting the program to meet the client’s needs, progress and lifestyle requirements.

Outpatient Program (OP)

The Outpatient Program is appropriate for clients who do not require a structured treatment setting. Outpatients reside in their own home and their program includes one or more group, individual or family sessions per week. This community based service allows the individual to apply skills in “real world” environments. Such treatment may be offered during the day, before or after work or school, in the evening or on a weekend.

We focus on assisting clients with concerns related to their progress and maintenance of sobriety while providing both community and family support to ensure that they are able to stay on track with a life free from addiction.

Rally Point offers safe and comfortable residences, as well as a state of the art rehabilitation treatment center, located in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida.

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The Rally Point
Experience

What to Expect

Entering a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program can be an intimidating experience. The staff at Rally Point in West Palm Beach understands this and we are here to help in any way possible. Prior to your arrival, we will go over all of the necessary details with you and work directly with your insurance company to ensure you are getting the proper coverage. When you arrive you will meet with one of our counselors to determine what kind of therapy and addiction treatment services will be best for your long term recovery. We encourage close family participation throughout the entire process to provide additional support and comfort.

We promote a community atmosphere to avoid clients growing to feel institutionalized and our staff members provide 24 hour assistance allowing clients to obtain professional care at anytime. A typical day in our drug and alcohol rehabilitation program could include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Lectures and Presentations
  • Twelve Step Meetings
  • Life Skills Training
  • Employment or Educational Support
  • Nutrition Education and Guidance
  • Personal Time
  • Recreational Activities

As well as the option to participate in holistic and alternative activities including:

Wondering what you’ll need to bring with you to treatment? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more.

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