Over 130,331 people report illicit drug use during their lifetime in a 2018 survey, with over 3,011 new users that year. Most users were over the age of 26 and of white, non-Hispanic ethnicity. They have a higher education and are employed.
Out of those addicted to drugs, only about 20.3% received treatment during 2018. While many did not feel the need for treatment, somewhere around 6,278 did but did not receive treatment. For some, it was lack of support to find help that delayed treatment. For others, it was too hard to deal with insurance and the financial commitment needed.
These barriers need not delay treatment. Aion Recovery’s helpline can help those seeking residential drug rehab Florida.
Where to Start?
Aion Recovery’s residential drug rehab Florida begins after detoxification. Then the recovering drug addict will move into one of the residential treatment homes. Meals and sleeping quarters are in the same building as treatment and freedom is limited. This helps the recovering drug addict focus on treatment instead of looking for the next fix.
Therapies During Residential Drug Rehab in Florida
Both traditional and non-traditional therapies are available. The primary therapist assigned to the recovering drug addict will recommend proper therapies based on the individual’s circumstance. Everyone joins the peer groups and has private therapy sessions.
Treatments at Aion Recovery
Along with peer group and private counseling, many treatment options are available.
12-Step Program: While optional, 12-Step Program meetings build a solid foundation of recovery. Recommended programs for drug addiction include Drug Addicts Anonymous (DAA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA), and Recoveries Anonymous (RA).
Art Therapy: Art therapy heals the brain by exploring events through creativity. A new perspective of trigger events can be found and then disarmed.
Chiropractic Care: Muscle spasms and tension can pull the spine out of alignment. Chiropractic adjustments will help lessen discomfort during therapy.
Life Skills: Life skills help the recovering addict keep sobriety. Life skills may include learning mindfulness, journaling, meditation, new employment skills.
Massage: Massage therapy helps to release toxins from the body as the chemical addiction is removed. Physical touch helps to release suppressed emotions. The release of emotions helps in recovery.
Music Therapy: Music therapy involves listening to music or playing an instrument as a way to release emotions.
Nutritional Therapy: While addicted to drugs many neglect their bodies. Improper eating habits plus the chemicals damage organs. Proper nutrition helps to rebuild the damaged tissues and organs.
Trauma Therapy: Traumatic events need to be understood and released in order for addiction therapy to work. Aion Recovery uses four techniques to release trauma.
Other Activities While in Drug Rehab
While residential drug rehab Florida may be restrictive, there are many activities available aside from therapy. Aion Recovery encourages peers to relax or play together, enjoying Florida’s warm temperatures. Swim, surf, or snorkel in the ocean. Play basketball, go cycling, or work out in the gym.
There will be time for watching movies, playing video games, journaling, or creating music in the sound studio. There are activities for everyone.
Ready for Residential Drug Rehab Florida?
If you are ready to beat drug addiction call Aion Recovery at 888-811-2879. Addiction specialists will help you find the right treatment and verify your insurance coverage.