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ALCOHOL DETOX IN FLORIDA

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H1 ALCOHOL DETOX IN FLORIDA

Alcohol detox is the first step in alcoholism treatment, and it often requires 24/7 medical attention. Abruptly ending or reducing alcohol consumption after a period of excessive use may cause the body to experience withdrawal symptoms that can range from mild to life-threatening. Having the support of an inpatient medical detox center can help to ensure a safe and comfortable withdrawal process. The success of alcohol detox can then be carried over into treatment for alcoholism.

Florida Center for Recovery (FCR) offers an all-inclusive onsite inpatient alcohol detox in Florida with comprehensive therapeutic services. The FCR alcohol detox admissions process includes a complete medical and clinical examination, development of an alcohol detox protocol, and the planning of individualized therapeutic services to address each patient’s specific needs.

If a patient also suffers from a co-existing mental health condition, such as anxiety and depression, an integrated dual diagnosis treatment plan will be a part of his or her treatment for alcoholism.

H2 What is Alcoholism?

Internally, alcoholism is characterized by changes in a person’s brain chemistry due to chronic alcohol abuse. Externally, alcoholism is characterized by the inability to control how much one drinks. In fact, alcoholics struggle to stop drinking at all. Another sign of alcohol dependency and addiction is the need to drink more and more alcohol to not obtain withdrawal symptoms.

Many people who suffer from alcoholism also continuously binge drink. Binge drinking occurs when a male consumes five or more drinks within two hours or a female consumes four or more drinks within two hours.

Severe health risks are associated with the act of binge drinking. In fact, alcoholism, in general, can cause a person to experience life-threatening health issues. Not every person that has a drinking problem suffers from the same level of alcoholism though. In fact, alcoholism can be mild, moderate, or severe.

One can determine a person’s level of alcoholism by the alcohol addiction signs and symptoms that he or she exhibits. But regardless of the level of alcoholism that a person suffers from, if a person is an alcoholic, he or she should attend treatment for alcoholism.

H2 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

H3 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

H3 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

H4 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

H5 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

H6 Health Risks Associated With Alcoholism

There are many health risks that are associated with alcoholism. Some of these health risks can even develop under just a mild form of alcoholism. Examples of some of the health risks that medical professionals associate with alcoholism include:

  • Stroke
  • Cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Organ damage
  • A weakened immune system
  • Gastrointestinal issues such as ulcers
  • Neurological disorders such as dementia
  • The development of mental illness such as depression
  • Hypoxia, or decreased oxygen levels to a person’s brain
  • Stillbirth in the unborn children of pregnant female alcoholics
  • Physical injuries due to falling and other physical incidents while drunk
  • Infectious diseases due to a weakened immune system or risky behavior


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OUR FLORIDA ADDICTION TREATMENT THERAPIES

Florida Center for Recovery utilizes an array of evidence-based, traditional, holistic and alternative therapies in the treatment of addiction. Therapeutic treatment is delivered face-to-face in both individual and group sessions. Group sessions include psychotherapy, a variety of educational lectures and discussions related to the disease of addiction as well as effective strategies for maintaining sobriety.

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Treatment Therapies
  • Medical Detox
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Gender Specific Counseling
  • Group & Individual Psychotherapy
  • Rapid Resolution Therapy® (Trauma Therapy)
  • Grief/ Loss Therapy
  • Intensive Family Therapy
  • Biofeedback Therapy
  • Chronic Relapse Program
  • 12 Steps
  • SMART RECOVERY® Meetings
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Recovery Educational Workshops
  • Addiction Cycle Education
  • Psycho-Education
  • Life Skills Training
  • Communication & Relationship Skills
  • Motivational Lectures
  • Stress Management
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Holistic & Alternative Therapies
  • Light Bodyweight Cardio
  • Nutritional Consultation
  • Yoga & Guided Meditation
  • Art Therapy
  • Drum Therapy

Addictions & Co-Occurring Disorders We Treat

Substances of Abuse

  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Meth
  • Marijuana
  • Other Drugs

Prescription Drugs

  • Opioids
  • Morphine Derivatives
  • Sedatives
  • Depressants
  • Codeine
  • Dextromethorphan

Co-Occurring Disorders

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Trauma
  • Compulsive Gambling
  • Sexual Compulsivity

Recover with Us! Individualized Inpatient Addiction Treatment Services:

  • All Inclusive Inpatient Detox
  • Medical and Psychological Evaluation
  • Addiction Treatment Assessment
  • Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Group and Individual Psychotherapy
  • Gender Specific Counseling
  • Grief / Loss Therapy
  • Rapid Resolution Therapy® (Trauma Therapy)
  • Intensive Family Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention
  • 12 Steps & SMART Recovery®
  • Addiction Educational Series
  • Holistic and Alternative Therapies
  • Recreational Activities
  • Aftercare Programming
  • Discharge Planning
  • Chronic Relapse Program
  • Pregnant Women Program
  • Military/First Responders Program
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