If you or a loved one needs help overcoming alcohol or drug addiction, you don’t have to go it alone. Drug addictions are lifelong illnesses that require ongoing support to stay sober. This ongoing support can only be provided through comprehensive addiction treatment services like those offered by Serenity Springs in Edgewater, FL.

A Complete, Individualized Approach to Substance Abuse Treatment

Some rehabilitation programs use a one-size-fits-all approach to overcoming a substance use disorder. However, our treatment facility takes a different approach to treating substance abuse. We believe in focusing on the mind and spirit, in addition to the body, to help give you the greatest relapse prevention moving forward.

Each person receives an individualized treatment plan that considers numerous personal factors. Our services are designed to be gender-specific for men and will consider the following:

  • The type of substance abuse and how long you used it
  • Whether you need additional assistance from a mental health treatment center
  • Which substance abuse programs you feel most comfortable with
  • Your age and overall health
  • Whether you have support from family and friends
  • Anything else you believe is relevant to your addiction and treatment
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Drug Rehab For Men in Edgewater

Men’s Residential Program

A residential program means you’ll temporarily live at our recovery center. Most people who are just starting on their path to sobriety can benefit from a residential program, sometimes called an inpatient program. During your stay at our recovery center, you’ll be allowed to focus on your recovery without outside stressors or responsibilities. You’ll also have access to medical staff 24/7, making a residential program the safest way to recover.

Our men’s residential treatment center revolves around a simple yet powerful philosophy: “You can and will recover, no matter how hopeless you may feel now.” Our treatment centers were designed with this philosophy in mind to give you everything you need to physically overcome addiction and improve your spiritual and mental health. Included in our treatment centers are:

  • Fitness center. During recovery, you can use the fitness center to heal and strengthen your body.
  • Outdoor activities. Fresh air and sunshine can benefit your overall treatment plan and help you stay busy while overcoming your alcohol or drug abuse.
  • Professional chef. A healthy diet will help heal the body during and after detox.
  • Family services. This could include family therapy sessions and education on drug addiction and recovery for families.
  • Individual therapy. An addiction specialist will help you work out the stressors in your daily life that have led to your addiction and support you on the path to recovery.
  • Aftercare planning. You’ll be given the tools necessary to stay in recovery after you transition out of our inpatient program.

Our treatment facility can provide other mental health or substance use disorder services, depending on the individual’s needs. These can be discussed during the intake appointment. Every recovery program focuses on healing, inner peace, community support, and education. Our goal is for every person to leave the residential program with the tools they need to succeed in everyday life while remaining in recovery from their substance addiction.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive Outpatient Program

Serenity Springs offers an intensive outpatient treatment program for those who need help overcoming alcohol or drug addiction but don’t want or need to stay at our facility. Besides being an alternative to residential treatment for some, the intensive outpatient program can be used as community support and ongoing recovery treatment for those who have graduated from inpatient care.

An intensive outpatient program (also known as an IOP) is a more involved form of illicit drug or alcohol rehab than traditional outpatient programs. At Serenity Springs, our IOP combines mental health services, therapeutic activities and medically supervised detox. With a focus on uncovering the root cause of addiction and preparing you for a life of sobriety, our treatment program gives you the life tools you need most. You’ll receive IOP treatment at our facility, usually over 12 weeks.

Like our residential treatment program, the IOP is a full-continuum, individualized treatment plan. Our treatment programs provide a greater chance of long-term recovery by using a comprehensive approach tailored to you and your life. The introduction to a community of professionals and others in the same life situation as yourself is also highly beneficial.

Drug Addictions Treated

Not every addiction requires the same treatment options for success, although many sobriety journeys share similarities. Our facility provides treatment for a range of substance addictions. Patients and their families can learn more about our center’s addiction treatment options below.

Although some people may drink alcohol on occasion without issue, others find themselves addicted to the mind-altering effects of these drinks. Patients often turn to alcohol to help self-medicate for depression, anxiety or another mental health disorder. A few warning signs of alcoholism include choosing to drink over other obligations, blacking out while drinking and negative moods when not under the influence of alcohol.

Cocaine is usually recognized as a white powdery substance that may be snorted (inhaled through the nose) or melted down and injected into the veins. However, cocaine can also be formed into a rock and smoked, commonly known as “crack.”

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid over 100 times more potent than heroin or morphine. A combination of its potency and the euphoric effects it can have on the brain gives fentanyl a high likelihood of addiction. Due to its high concentration, even the smallest amount can lead to overdose or even be lethal.

Opioids, sometimes called opiates, include any drug derived from the poppy plant. A few common opioids prescribed for pain management include morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone and tramadol. Many people become addicted to opioids after being prescribed them for short- or long-term pain management by their physician.

Meth is considered one of the most addictive drugs globally, but it’s also one with some of the most evident and severe consequences. Crystal meth, the illegal street form of the drug, is created using numerous chemicals not meant to be consumed. Unfortunately, these chemicals can cause a person’s health to quickly diminish or even be fatal.

Molly and ecstasy are popular club drugs used for their hallucinogenic and euphoric properties. Both drugs increase the risk of heatstroke and heart attack. While high on molly or ecstasy, people may feel weightless, energetic and incredibly happy. However, once the drug wears off, users are left feeling depressed and irritable. The desire to feel euphoric again is a common reason people get addicted.

Heroin is a potent opioid that has a strong possibility of causing addiction. Many people turn to heroin after being prescribed opioids for pain management. When the prescription is no longer available or they need more than they’ve been prescribed, some turn to street drugs like heroin.

Benzodiazepines, also commonly called benzos, are a medication (usually prescription) that works as a sedative on the brain and body. Common benzos include Valium, Klonopin and Xanax. These medications are often prescribed to treat anxiety, sleep disorders, depression and seizures. While they sometimes have short term applications in medicine, they also carry an unfortunately high risk of addiction.

Serenity Springs Recovery Center Is Here To Help

If you or your loved one is ready to start the journey to long-term recovery, Serenity Springs in Edgewater, Florida, is ready to help. Remember, the beginning is often the most challenging part of your sobriety journey. We’re ready to help all patients from the very first step. For more information on our community and programs, you can call us today at (386) 423-4540. You can also fill out our online contact form and one of our caring addiction treatment specialists will get back to you as soon as possible.