Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

drug rehab and alcohol rehabHigh Point has been helping people recover from alcohol and drug addiction by providing quality and compassionate drug and alcohol rehab in South Florida for more than 25 years. We offer a residential drug rehab program, day and evening outpatient programs, and complimentary aftercare for those who complete the program. Our drug and alcohol rehab programs include individual therapy, 12-step counseling, group therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and recreational therapy including yoga. Please contact us today and let us assist you in overcoming your addiction.

Residential Drug Rehab

Our residential rehab program provides a highly structured, safe haven where patients can learn the essential skills for establishing abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Patients typically enroll in our rehab program immediately after a drug detox at High Point or another facility.

Outpatient Drug Rehab

High Point’s outpatient rehab progam provides the structure needed for sober living. We allow patients to live in a supportive setting and return to the facility for treatment. Our day PHP program meets Monday through Friday, and our Intensive Outpatient program meets three times a week either during the day or evening.

To learn more about our residential or outpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs, please call us today at 800-523-7773.

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