Addiction Treatment at Miracles Recovery Center

Miracles Recovery Center is a miracle in itself and it can help you work miracles for yourself. It was founded by an individual who experienced the struggle of substance abuse and made it through to recovery. And his struggle gave him the drive to provide outstanding treatment and care to other people suffering from addiction.

When you think of drug rehab, you probably imagine an inpatient or residential treatment program. However, outpatient programs can also provide the levels and intensity of care you need to recover. The levels of care at Miracles Recovery Center are:

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Outpatient Program (OP)

Our Treatment Programs at Miracles

 

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
In our PHP, you will be focused on treating your substance use disorder (SUD) with the goal of long-term recovery. You will attend treatment sessions five full days a week in our secure facility and have the opportunity to return home in the evening. During these days, you will be free of any distractions and triggers that might stall your recovery. 

The time is structured with therapies and activities chosen for you and by you to make the most of your time in treatment. While in the program, you will learn to recognize your addiction triggers,  methods to help you cope in those situations, and techniques to avoid relapse.

Plus you will be made aware of any co-existing conditions you may have and receive the appropriate treatment. 

PHPs are best for people who:

  • Have severe episodes of addiction or overdose
  • Are more likely to relapse
  • Are still experiencing withdrawal symptoms
  • Aren’t  at risk for harming themselves or others
  • Are medically stable
  • Have sufficient support at home
  • Are motivated to take part in the treatment
  • Are experiencing co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
IOPs have been a way to treat addiction for a long time when longer stays at a residential treatment center weren’t necessary or possible. They have also proved to be a successful part of a continuing care program because they can serve as a step down from the partial hospitalization program. 

These programs are designed to provide psychological, behavioral, and social support therapies to people while they continue to live at home. This makes it possible to continue participation in work and educational activities and still attend treatment at the facility in the morning or the end of the day. Intensive outpatient programs are an important part of the levels of care for a person with alcohol or drug abuse problems. They have been judged to be as effective as inpatient treatment for most people.

An IOP is a good choice for people who:

  • Do not need or have completed detox
  • Aren’t a danger to themselves or others
  • Have caring, supportive friends and family
  • Want to continue participating in work, school, or other obligations while in treatment
Outpatient Program (OP)
If you decide on outpatient treatment you will live at home and commute to the facility for treatment. You will attend sessions a few days a week for about 3 hours each. At Miracles, you can schedule your counseling sessions for days or evenings – whatever is most convenient for you. 

An outpatient program can be used as a further continuation of treatment after completing a PHP or IOP. Studies show that the longer a person continues in some type of treatment, the better their chances of long-term sobriety.

Outpatient rehab is best for people who have:

  • Mild to moderate addiction
  • Strong support from family and friends
  • Transportation to and from regular sessions
  • Motivation to attend sessions regularly and stick to a treatment
  • Low risk of a medically complicated withdrawal

OP might not be the best choice for people who have severe alcohol or drug addiction or a co-occurring mental condition. Likewise, those with a poor support system or a history of relapse are less likely to benefit from an outpatient program.

Creating Your Miracle

If your goal is to recover, there is more to it than stopping your substance abuse. Addiction is more than your physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. Even after going through withdrawal and ridding your body of its physical dependence, you are still at high risk for a relapse. This is when you dig deep and find out why you started using drugs or alcohol, why you got addicted, and how to keep you from going back.

At Miracles, you will work with trained, experienced, specialists who will coach you and educate you about your disorder and how to overcome it. This is where the real work starts. This is where the miracle happens. 

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Therapy

We have several therapy processes you will use to gain a better understanding of yourself, your family, and any underlying reasons that caused you to abuse drugs or alcohol in the first place. You may have a co-occurring disorder that you have never addressed. Individuals who abuse substances are frequently suffering from depression, trauma, and anxiety.

Miracles Recovery Center offers these therapies:

Group Therapy

Group therapy is usually preferred over individual therapy, although they both have a part to play in recovery. In group therapy sessions there will typically be one or more therapists and 5 to 15 group members. During a group therapy session, you are likely to be challenged and, at the same time, supported by your fellow group members.

Also, group therapy helps you put your problems into perspective. You’ll find that listening to others regularly helps you open up about your issues and realize that you aren’t the only person with problems. By observing how other people handle their problems and make changes, you learn new strategies for your problems.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is also called psychotherapy or “talk therapy.” It is a collaborative and confidential process between the patient and the therapist. Talking to a trained therapist can help you uncover the causes of your thoughts and behaviors and help you make positive life changes.

Psychotherapy can be a great benefit to you if you have depression, bipolar, or another serious mental health disorder that needs to be treated separately, but at the same time as the substance disorder. Most people find it’s helpful to participate in both group and individual therapy.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a talk therapy that looks into the differences between what you want to do and what you do. Addiction is an example of that–nobody wants to be an addict. This form of behavioral therapy is an effective goal-oriented and short-term treatment that takes a matter-of-fact approach to problem-solving.

It highlights the behavior and thought patterns (cognition) of the patient. Using this method, the patient begins to understand the connections between their negative thoughts and attitudes and their behavior.

The ultimate goal of CBT is to adjust the patterns of thinking or behavior that led to the person’s problems. This is accomplished by targeting your:

Thoughts

  • Images
  • Beliefs
  • Attitudes, and
  • Relationships

By examining these, we can discover what caused you to behave in certain ways to deal with your emotional problems. Once you have identified the relationships between your problems, behavior, and thoughts, you can start to learn ways to cope and manage your thoughts and emotions. Research has shown that the effects of CBT continue after therapy sessions are complete.

Spirituality or Holistic Therapy

Frequently, people recovering from addictions name spirituality as a helpful influence. The theory of spirituality has been around for many years and has a variety of definitions. In ancient Greece, it was seen as therapy, a place where people went when they were in pain and distress to find relief.

And other people have described it as a basic drive for exceptional meaning and purpose that involves feeling connected to oneself, others, and ultimate reality. Still, another common explanation is that it is our breath, our life or essence, who we are.

Despite the lack of a clear definition and a lack of formal research, spirituality is an important predictor of recovery and signs of treatment outcome.

Effects of Spirituality

  • Spirituality increases between a person’s entry into treatment and their resulting recovery
  • Spirituality might be greater in people whose recovery is successful compared to people who have relapsed
  • Commitment to a higher power might reduce the severity of relapses
  • Addicts in recovery often report spirituality as an important part of their recovery and helped them maintain the changes they made during treatment.

Holistic Therapy

Holistic therapy has spirituality as its basis. It focuses on the relationship between mind, body, and spirit while attempting to address the ways issues in one part of a person’s life can lead to concerns in others. It holds that a person’s consciousness is not in any one part of the person, but is a combination of the mind, body, and spirit. A detox can flush the toxins from your body. Therapy can help you recover emotionally.  But there is more to a person than just body and mind. The spirit also needs treatment.

You Can Find Your Miracle on The Treasure Coast

Miracles Recovery Center is located in South Florida on the beautiful Treasure Coast. Our programs have a proven track record of success. Our team of addiction specialists will work with you to create a program that is uniquely yours. Aimed at meeting your goals. 

Let us guide you into the next phase of your life. Your life is waiting for you to take action. You have probably been thinking about this for a while now. For yourself and all the people, you care about who deserves the best you can be. Contact us now. We are available to you  24 hours a day.

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