Florida Alcohol Inpatient Program

At South Beach Detox, we offer the most comprehensive alcohol inpatient programs in southern Florida. As a leading dual-diagnostic addiction treatment and detox center, we make it easy and convenient to receive alcohol treatment in Miami, no matter the patient. We offer 24-hour supervision and care by trained psychiatric professionals, providing patients with a safe and stable environment during their recovery.

South Beach Detox is composed of an experienced team of medical doctors, psychiatrists, advanced registered nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed clinical social workers, behavioral health technicians, nutritionists, and ancillary staff with extensive training in the field of acute care detox/residential services. In our alcohol treatment programs, South Beach Detox uses scientifically derived medical interventions and empirically proven clinical modalities to treat thousands of patients suffering from alcohol or substance use disorders.

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What is the Most Effective Treatment for Alcohol Dependence?

Alcohol addiction treatment programs are among the most effective ways to treat alcohol dependence. These alcohol treatment programs are geared toward individual needs, providing a fully comprehensive experience that works with each patient directly. We are far more than a detoxification center, and take pride in our years of experience of providing quality and meaningful programs for alcohol and substance abuse treatment. Each person in our program is shown patience and consideration, and our talented team of professionals are here to help each and every step of the way.

We serve local communities in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and the Palm Beaches, including those that visit us from out of town, from distant places in the United States, Canada, and abroad.

If you’re interested in exploring alcohol treatment options in Miami, please do not hesitate to contact us today. We understand how difficult the first step—reaching out—can be, and we are here to provide any information you need to get started on your recovery journey.