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Beaches Recovery encourages clients who are working toward alcohol, drug, and mental health rehabilitation to continue to outpatient rehab treatment. Studies have shown that continuing treatment past the initial primary phase greatly increases the chances at lasting sobriety. This level of care also allows for greater emphasis on the underlying cause of addiction.
At Beaches Recovery, our outpatient care treatment is when therapy and clinical treatment extend beyond the standard 14-to-28 day initial treatment period. Clients who are new to recovery experience great benefits from our 60 and 90 day extended care treatment plans.
Dedicating your valuable time to an intensive outpatient rehab Jacksonville, Florida service is a tough decision. To make our service as convenient as possible, we offer flexible scheduling, individualized treatment plans and broad availability. If you’re juggling a hectic schedule, our IOP rehab service can easily fit into your busy lifestyle. Our staff is ready to help guide you through the process. Getting treatment right the first time is important. Enrolling in an extended care model, greatly increases your chances at establishing positive behaviors leading to lasting recovery.
As a leading intensive outpatient drug rehab provider, we utilize only the most effective and modern techniques for our treatment plans. Beaches Recovery focuses on equipping you with positive coping skills so you can maintain long-term sobriety. In addition, we offer a caring and supportive environment where you can thrive and achieve personal growth.
Our location is central to many major cities in Northern Florida, making commuting easy. We are also State of Florida Certified with the Department of Drug and Alcohol. Starting a personalized recovery plan is just a phone call away. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our facility or start your screening process!
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