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Outpatient rehab Florida

Outpatient rehab Florida

Solace Behavioral Health is a renowned outpatient rehab in Florida with highly effective treatment programs. Our team of licensed therapists and staff offer individual attention and personalized care to all our patients in recovery.

Top 3 reasons to join outpatient rehab

Outpatient rehab is a type of addiction treatment that helps patients suffering from mild to moderate levels of addiction attain sobriety. Here are some good reasons to consider outpatient rehab for your recovery:

  • Outpatient rehab is a more flexible treatment option for those that cannot take time off from their jobs or school or family commitments.
  • Outpatient rehab is less expensive than inpatient therapy.
  • It allows you to stay in the comfort of your homes, and you can heal and recover in the love and care of your loved ones.

Besides, outpatient rehab allows you to apply the skills you learn at rehab in everyday situations and is a more practical approach to treating addiction. At our outpatient rehab in Florida, we encourage our recovering addicts to regularly report to us about the cravings, triggers, and challenges they face in daily situations. We then provide patients with essential counseling and psychiatric treatments and therapies to help them embrace sustainable sobriety.

Do I need inpatient or outpatient rehab treatment?

The type of treatment you require largely depends on a variety of factors, such as the severity of your addiction condition, the substance abused, co-occurring mental health disorders, etc. Ideally, individuals suffering from moderate to severe levels of addiction require inpatient treatment, and those in the early stages of addiction can heal and recover with outpatient therapy.

Inpatient treatment is a residential program, where you may have to stay for 30-, 60-, or 90- days. On the other hand, with outpatient rehab, you do not have to take time off from work or school or family commitments, and it allows you to stay in your home and with your loved ones during treatment. Lastly, outpatient therapy is less expensive than an inpatient program and is an equally efficient treatment option to overcome addiction.

How Spravato works in treating co-occurring mental disorders?

Underlying and co-occurring mental health disorders are common in patients suffering from substance abuse or alcohol addiction. Mental health issues often occur due to an imbalance in the levels of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine in your brain. An imbalance in neurotransmitter levels can lead to depression and other mood-related disorders. Spravato helps reduce the symptoms of mental health issues and improves mental wellness.

Spravato helps block glutamate (one of the neurotransmitters) and prevents it from binding to a certain receptor on your nerves. This helps regulate and restore communication between nerve cells and message centers in the brain. Spravato works within 4 hours of its intake, and yields promising results in reducing the symptoms of mental illnesses in individuals. We are one of the few rehabs to use Spravato to treat addiction and its co-occurring disorders.

Call 1.855.276.5223 or visit to speak to one of us at Solace Behavioral Health. We are a leading outpatient rehab in Florida with a team of compassionate staff and the best addiction treatment modalities.

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