Intensive Outpatient Programs
Outpatient Drug Rehab in Florida
We understand that everyone's situation is different, and our main goal is to help anyone who has fully committed to sobriety recover in their own way. For those who have completed our program or are unable to attend our full inpatient drug and alcohol rehab treatment programs, we offer an intensive alcohol and drug treatment outpatient program. Our outpatient drug treatment programs typically involve:
- Intensive alcohol and drug rehabilitation group therapy
- Educational classes on the disease of addiction and alcoholism
- One-on-one therapy
- Twelve-step meetings
Continuing Care Program
Lasting Support Provides Lasting Recovery
Real rehabilitation from an alcohol or drug addiction begins when you make the commitment to becoming sober. However, that is just the first step on a lifelong journey. At Lakeside Treatment Center, all of our treatment programs are designed to be comprehensive and holistic, enabling our clients to not only "get clean," but to address the underlying causes of addiction so that they're prepared for a life free from alcohol and drugs. And we know that, once you leave our facility, you will face struggles that challenge your commitment to sobriety, so we prepare you to meet those challenges head on, with continuing therapy and access to 12-step meetings, peer-group support, halfway housing, and other continuing care.
Recovery doesn't end when you leave a residential rehab program like the one at Lakeside Treatment Center. You've merely begun a lifelong journey that will require assistance along the way, and if you commit to your continuing care with the same dedication that you applied to your time in drug rehab, you are much more likely to avoid relapse.
Because addiction is never really "cured," it's vital that you maintain consistent engagement with Lakeside's continuing care program. By enlisting the support of professionals and peers in your recovery, you can successfully navigate the temptations and emotional/environmental triggers that threaten sobriety. Temptation, stress, social situations, broken trust in relationships, and many other things can threaten your sobriety once you're back in "the real world," but if you maintain therapeutic sessions with a therapist or counselor, you'll be much better prepared to successfully overcome these triggers. Only by coping with the challenges that await you upon completion of your time in rehab will you be able to live a truly sober and healthy life ... one day at a time.
Even if you relapse, we encourage you to jump right back in to continuing care and strive to regain your sobriety. We are here to support our clients for the rest of their lives.