Drug and Alcohol Addiction Programs
South Beach Detox offers comprehensive acute inpatient medical detoxification and residential services for adults. Our program treats patients who are suffering from abuse of benzodiazepines, opioids, alcohol, and other substances.
South Beach Detox is comprised 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. South Beach Detox uses scientifically derived medical interventions and empirically proven clinical modalities for thousands of patients suffering from substance abuse disorders.
We offer multiple levels of care and unique programs
Our treatment phases include:
- Inpatient Medical Detoxification
- Inpatient Residential Rehabilitation
- Inpatient Mental Health Treatment
South Beach Detox will make the appropriate referrals for aftercare programs including:
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Outpatient Programs
Unlike many addiction treatment centers
South Beach Detox provides patients with the opportunity to reside in our state-of-the-art facility throughout all phases of treatment.
Our private medical detox, residential, and mental health program is a safe haven to recovering individuals, as they take back control of their lives.
Inpatient Mental Health Treatment
At South Beach Detox, we provide inpatient mental health treatment in a comfortable and stable environment. As a licensed AHCA facility, there is 24-hour supervision and care by trained psychiatric professionals. This provides patients with a safe space to meet with licensed therapists and psychiatrists. Our goals are to help stabilize, work on coping methods, and other life skills to help a person integrate back into everyday life.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Dual diagnosis treatment is formulated to treat and care for patients who have co-occurring psychiatric issues and addiction. This level of care is focused on understanding the psychiatric and addictive disease of the patient through therapy and stabilization. In addition, education and therapy techniques will allow patients to gain insight into how their mental illness can effect their addiction and how their addiction and substance abuse will affect their mental health.