Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs | Banyan Boca

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs at Banyan Boca

Substance abuse is a nationwide problem. The opioid epidemic is just one of the many contributing factors to the millions of addiction cases in the United States. Substance abuse disorders are not specific to any age, gender, or ethnicity. No one is immune to the dangers of addiction, which means that having the necessary tools to help individuals who have fallen victim to this disease is crucial. Our drug and alcohol rehab programs at Banyan Boca are designed to treat addictions related to a variety of substances. Our drug and alcohol treatment center in Boca Raton is dedicated to helping each of our patients overcome every aspect of addiction and achieve their long-term sobriety goals.


Our Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs In Boca Raton

Substance abuse disorders and the issues they cause may vary from person to person. Each substance produces a variety of symptoms, making one more difficult to detox from or quit from the other. Before patients begin their alcohol or drug rehab programs, we have them undergo our medically monitored detox. When a person becomes physically and mentally dependent on drugs or alcohol, they may experience withdrawal symptoms and even post-acute withdrawal syndrome when they stop using them. These symptoms can be severe and uncomfortable, including side effects like fever, headache, nausea, depression, and more. The safest way to detox from drugs and alcohol is under 24-hour medical care and supervision. Once patients have completed one of our detox programs, they can then move onto one of our substance-specific drug and alcohol rehab programs.


Alcohol

According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly 15 million people ages 12 and older in the U.S. suffered from alcohol use disorder.1 While alcohol is legal to purchase and drink for people ages 21 and older, it doesn’t mean it’s safe. Heavy drinking and alcohol abuse are known for causing several long-term health problems including liver disease, organ damage, alcoholic hepatitis, and more. Alcoholism can not only destroy a person’s health, but it can also cause relationship and financial problems. Our alcohol rehab program in Boca Raton focuses on helping individuals with this type of addiction in regaining their sobriety and rebuilding their health.


Benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepines, or benzos, are prescription drugs known as tranquilizers that are used to treat conditions like anxiety disorders, seizures, and insomnia. Like many other drugs, benzos have a high potential for abuse. Any misuse of these prescription pills can cause a severe addiction that would require a detox and rehab program. Fortunately, our South Florida rehab programs also include benzo addiction treatment that can help an individual suffering from this condition turn their life around.


Cocaine

Cocaine is a highly addictive and dangerous stimulant drug that directly impacts the central nervous system. It's known and abused for its euphoric and energy-boosting side effects, but also its dangers. Recreational cocaine abuse can quickly spiral into an addiction. To help cocaine addicts regain control over their lives, our cocaine addiction treatment can teach them how to stop using and learn how to cope with addiction triggers.


Heroin

Heroin is an illicit opioid drug that has a high potential for abuse. Its fast-acting side effects hook users, and its short half-life keeps them coming back for more. Many individuals who begin with a prescription opioid addiction eventually turn to heroin as a cheaper alternative. Heroin is a dangerous drug that’s known for the harm it can cause to a person’s physical and psychological health. Our heroin rehab program helps patients get off this dangerous path and helps them regain their sobriety and develop healthy relapse prevention strategies.


Methadone

Methadone is a narcotic drug that’s prescribed to people who suffer from opioid addiction. Methadone is considered an opioid antagonist because it blocks the effects of opioids. However, while it can help treat opioid addiction, it also has a potential for abuse. We also offer methadone addiction treatment to help patients who did not benefit from this other avenue of treatment and require further assistance in the recovery process.


Methamphetamine

Our drug addiction rehab programs also include methamphetamine addiction treatment. Meth is another stimulant drug that can cause severe mental and physical side effects in its users. Meth users can often be identified by the scars, sores, and scabs on their skin, usually caused by meth mites. Meth mouth is also a common side effect of this drug, which refers to tooth decay and loss. We’ve also created a rehab program that fits the unique needs of methamphetamine users to ensure they receive the best care possible.


Opioids

The opioid epidemic has affected the lives of millions in the U.S. Despite the restrictions placed on the prescription of these drugs, many people are still struggling with opioid abuse. At Banyan Treatment Centers Boca, we also offer opioid addiction treatment to help individuals who have become addicted to their prescription medications and need help getting sober.


Prescription Drugs

Our addiction rehab inpatient programs also include prescription pill treatment. Opioids aren’t the only medications that can cause addiction. Other medications like depressants and stimulants also have a high potential for abuse. It’s important to have a treatment program individualized to treat individuals who are dependent on their medications.


Additional Drug And Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs

In addition to substance-specific programs, we also offer a mental health program and inpatient drug treatment. We understand that mental illness can lead to addiction and vice versa, which is why we offer an additional program that focuses on these underlying issues. We also offer a residential treatment program that requires patients to live onsite for the duration of their treatment. This allows us to separate them from the distractions and triggers that may be present back home and help prepare them for a sober future.


If you or someone you know is battling addiction, we’re here to help. Contact our team today to learn more about our levels of care and other addiction services.