Drug Addiction Rehab Kissimmee
A Place to Get Better in Florida
WhiteSands Alcohol and Drug Rehab offers drug addiction rehab Kissimmee residents can trust, with effective, evidence-based care provided in our comfortable Plant City inpatient rehab center for Kissimmee residents. We create individualized treatment programs for each of our patients, combating the chronic disease of addiction in a multifaceted program that incorporates mental and behavioral health care, medical treatments, exercise, holistic wellness, and more for a whole-patient approach to healing designed to safeguard your health and well-being.
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call WhiteSands Alcohol and Drug Rehab today at (877) 640-7820 to learn how we can help.
When Is Drug Addiction Rehab Needed?
Each person has their own unique reasons for choosing to go to drug addiction rehab in Kissimmee. Kissimmee rehab centers provide treatment for people who have been using drugs and alcohol for years, as well as people who may have noticed a loss of control over their health and well-being, and people whose friends and family have expressed concern regarding substance abuse issues. Some common points to look out for when wondering if drug addiction rehab in Kissimmee is needed include:
- Noticing a physical dependence on the substance, like experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop, feelings cravings for the substance, or feeling stress when you do not have any
- Taking more of the substance to achieve the same level of intoxication that a smaller amount once provided (developing a tolerance)
- Experiencing insomnia and other health-related issues like a change in appetite or medical problems related to substance abuse
- Neglecting your health, your appearance, and important life responsibilities like housecleaning, attending class, or going to work
- Turning to substance abuse as a way to cope with strong negative emotions like sadness or to deal with boredom or loneliness
- Changes in mood and behaviors that are affecting relationships with friends and loved ones
- Lying or keeping secrets from loved ones in an attempt to hide the substance use
- Changing the friends you spend time with and spending more time with other people who use substances
- Continuing to use the substance despite the negative effects it has on your life and relationships
- Calling in sick to work or missing class because of substance use or hangovers
- Engaging in risky behaviors that you normally would not, like illegal activities including stealing or driving under the influence, with or without legal consequences like DUIs or arrests for drug-related incidents
- Keeping stashes of substances and/or paraphernalia around the house, in the car, or at work
- Abandoning hobbies and activities you used to enjoy, either to keep away from people who may notice the substance use or because the activities have become too difficult
- Being unable to stop substance use, even when you try as hard as you can
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Drug Addiction Rehab
Inpatient rehab treatment is the type of rehab in which you move away from home, usually for a month or longer, to live inside a completely sober, supportive, and structured environment during and after detox. Also known as residential treatment, inpatient rehab provides various treatment options tailored to your unique needs. These options may include therapy and treatments including:
- Behavioral therapy like cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and rational emotive behavioral therapy
- Medication management and medical detox programs
- One-on-one psychotherapy or talk therapy
- Group therapy including educational groups, support groups, and process groups
- 24-hour access to medical care and support if needed
- Exercise and recreational programs designed to incorporate fun activities and a healthy lifestyle into your routine
- Family therapy to increase family involvement and grow your support at home
- Life skills programs to create long-lasting, positive, and healthy lifestyle changes
- Case management services to help you with practical issues like finding housing after rehab, filling out FMLA paperwork, or connecting you with external recovery resources and groups after rehab is complete
Inpatient rehab is especially beneficial to those with substance use disorders, as it takes you out of your everyday routine, and removes the temptation to return to old habits for the first few crucial weeks of recovery. It also provides a stable place to live with full, strong support day and night from professionals and peers who understand addiction and mental health, providing a safe shoulder to lean on.
After inpatient rehab, or in some cases, in lieu of inpatient rehab, outpatient treatments like partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, and further outpatient rehab options can provide convenient treatment as you live at home or in a sober living residence.
Will Insurance Help Cover Rehab for Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
Yes, as addiction treatment is considered essential health care, your health insurance will cover some or all of your rehab. Each individual insurance plan has its own rules about what types of treatment, therapy, residences, and amenities are covered, so speaking directly to your insurance company is the best way to determine how much of your stay with WhiteSands will be paid for by insurance. You will also find out the following:
- If WhiteSands is in-network with your insurance company
- Whether you need to reach a deductible before insurance kicks in
- Whether you have copays or other additional fees that need to be paid first
- If your insurance has limits on time spent on treatment
- Which types of medications and therapies are covered
At WhiteSands Alcohol and Drug Rehab, we are happy to help you determine your insurance coverage while estimating how much you can expect to pay out of pocket. Please contact us today to verify insurance coverage.
Aftercare Following Rehab for Addiction
Returning home after rehab can sometimes feel overwhelming, as the sudden freedom puts all the responsibility onto your shoulders. Rehab will prepare you for this feeling, and you will have a wide variety of relapse prevention skills and recovery tools in your sobriety toolbelt, but staying in touch with a sober community with access to medical and mental health care will help you though difficult moments you may face. You will stay in touch with the same doctors and psychiatric providers that you saw in rehab, so you don’t need to retell your story again, and you will see somebody you already know.
After drug addiction rehab, Kissimmee residents can also access a variety of personalized aftercare resource options that include:
- Outpatient rehab programs
- Local 12-step programs
- 24-hour hotline
- Multiple virtual alumni meetups
- Daily virtual check-in meetings
WhiteSands Is Proud to Offer the Best Drug Addiction Rehab for Kissimmee Residents
At WhiteSands, we treat each patient as the unique individual they are and promise to get to know you as a person while providing a positive and welcoming environment designed for comfort. You may enjoy our luxury amenities after your treatments have been completed for the day, taking a swim in our swimming pool and enjoying a relaxing massage.
We utilize tried and true, evidence-based and scientifically-backed therapies to help you heal the underlying aspects of addiction including past trauma and mental health issues while providing a structured plan that helps reinforce healthy behaviors and introduce new ways of thinking and acting. You will be safe in our care, with medical care and prescription medications provided as needed during detox and beyond, alongside counseling services and various treatments designed to heal the body, mind, and spirit in tandem.
To learn more about WhiteSands inpatient drug addiction rehab, Kissimmee residents can contact us today.
If you or a loved one needs help with abuse and/or treatment, please call the WhiteSands Treatment at (877) 855-3470. Our addiction specialists can assess your recovery needs and help you get the addiction treatment that provides the best chance for your long-term recovery.