Our Process At Sober Living Florida Halfway Houses
The Things You Need to Know About Heroin rehab facilities and Sober Homes
Whatever you do, don’t underestimate the stride you are making by recognizing your heroin addiction and reaching out to us for help. You are among only a small percentage of those who do so and therefore, have a far greater chance than most to regain a happy and healthy life without drugs or alcohol. It’s fair to say you have already lengthened your life expectancy and are now on the road to recovery. Here on this page, you can find out about the heroin rehab process that will help you to enjoy a sober life.
The Evaluation Process
The next step—a smaller but equally important one—is to participate in our evaluation of your circumstances. Our team will tailor a drug or heroin rehab program to your unique situation. To do so, we need to obtain as much information and detail about you and your addiction as possible. From the details you provide us, we’ll learn about your heroin addiction and will be able to diagnose any other issues or conditions from which you may be suffering. It’s common for addicts to be dealing with trauma or other emotional pressures, for which alcohol and substance abuse becomes the medication. By tackling these underlying conditions, we’ll be able to combat the root causes of your dependence on heroin or alcohol.
The Insurance Verification Process
The next stage will be to work with you and your healthcare-insurance provider to construct a tailor-made drug or alcohol recovery program. You can find out more about insurance verification by visiting our information page devoted to the topic.
The Informed Consent Process
Finally, we will walk you through all our processes to ensure you understand them and to answer any questions which may arise. As a caring organization, we practice “informed consent”. This means that we don’t allow you to take part in our heroin rehab program until you know exactly what your therapy and treatment entails. We follow this practice so that you can consent to participation. Informed consent is an ethical requirement of our profession and includes providing you with details of how we protect your privacy and confidentiality.
Are You Ready To Take Step 2?
You’ve already taken your first step—recognizing the need for help. If you’re ready to move on to the next step in the process, just pick up the phone and call our team at (800) 518-5205. From there, you’ll be well on your way to recovery from alcohol or drug addiction.