Struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction can leave you and your loved ones helpless and hopeless. If you’re like most addicts, you’ve tried time and time again to get your drug using or alcohol under control, but you’ve seen how impossible it can seem. This can leave you feeling like you’ve been doomed to a fate that you can’t escape, but you must know now…that there is hope. By going to an detox then an intensive outpatient program, you can learn how to overcome your addiction problem and go on to lead an incredible life no matter how low you’ve gone.
Peak Recovery is located in South Florida, a gentle and sunny location that is a perfect starting point for you to begin addiction treatment. It seems difficult enough to make the courageous step of beginning addiction treatment, but relocating to another state is highly recommended by addiction experts. Many addicts continue their cycle of drinking or using based off a variety of different environmental factors back home, which is why an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in your hometown may not be successful. At Peak, you’ll have the opportunity to be surrounded by a tranquil setting in a great recovery community while you’re able to fully focus on your sobriety and recovery.
An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is one of the primary types of treatment. An inpatient program is the type of facility that’s similar to a hospital setting. At an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), you have more freedom to resume your daily life while you go through addiction treatment. You’ll be living at a sober living home with other patients, and then you’ll be transported to Peak Recovery on a daily basis where you’ll do your treatment. This helps with your sobriety because you’ll have the accountability you need during early recovery, but you’ll also have the freedom that will help you transition back into life when you discharge.
We won’t tell you that we have the cure for addiction, but we do use methods that have been proven to have the highest success rates. You’ll go through evidence-based treatment in an individual and group setting, and these methods have shown that they greatly help retrain an addict’s mind to replace old behaviors. We’ve dealt with many clients who have gone on to experience the joys of years of sobriety once they leave, and you can too, but it’s up to you to continue using the recovery tools you’ve learned in treatment.
Admitting you have a problem is the first step, the second step involves picking up the phone and calling a reputable addiction treatment center like Peak Recovery Services. Call us today at 561-877-8753 if you’d like more information about overcoming your addiction.