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Residential Care

Residential care, also known as inpatient care or treatment, requires the client to check into a controlled environment where they will learn about the tools they need to overcome their addiction. Most inpatient programs last for 30, 60, or 90 days, and clients remain in the facility 24/7 for ongoing support and accountability during that time. Many clients choose residential care programs because it provides them with a secure, controlled environment to assess their addiction with professional help. Inpatient care programs are ideal for individuals who believe their current lifestyle or home life is not a helpful environment for them.

Some of the benefits of checking-in at an inpatient rehab program include:

At Destination Hope in Fort Lauderdale, FL, our substance abuse treatment programs are safe and thorough, using methods that provide powerful healing. We carefully listen and provide feedback to our clients and their families, allowing them to consciously make goals on their road to sobriety.

Our methods of treatment are among the most specialized in the United States. We immerse clients daily in real-life situations with others in the community so that they develop practical skills. These skills become habits that are critical for fighting and successfully preventing relapse. We also offer an Intensive Outpatient Program and Partial Hospitalization Program for those clients better suited for living at home during treatment.


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