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Have questions regarding addiction and treatment? We understand. One of the many benefits of joining us at Vita Recovery is that your well-being and comfort mean everything to us. Our staff is always available to help relieve you of your anxieties by keeping you informed of your treatment and answering your questions. If you’re a family member of a patient and want to be kept in the loop, we can also involve you in the treatment plan and provide you with resources so you can learn more about addiction and how to support someone in recovery.

At Vita Recovery, we prioritize our patients’ well-being and are accessible at all times to answer your questions. Read our FAQs below—for more information and resources, such as financing options, give us a call today.

For evidence-based addiction treatment that greatly increases your chances of reducing relapse, call our office at (786) 559-0623. You can also contact us online for service in English and Spanish.

Vita Recovery FAQs

  • What’s the difference between substance abuse and addiction?

    Substance abuse and substance addiction are often used interchangeably, but there is a noticeable difference. People who abuse drugs and alcohol generally still have control over their lives, though this doesn’t mean abuse isn’t dangerous or harmful to one’s well-being. When a person who abuses drugs or alcohol does it often and for a certain length of time, however, their brain chemistry can be altered and at some point, they may feel like they can’t stop using. If you feel that you can’t quit drugs or alcohol even if you want to, and if you need to be high to feel “normal,” you have an addiction.

  • Are your programs overnight?

    No, our partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are different from inpatient programs that keep patients in their facilities overnight. In our programs, patients have counseling and therapy during the day and return home or to a sober living facility in the evenings. For many patients, our programs serve as the next step of recovery after completing inpatient rehab. They’re also great options for parents who have children depending on them or individuals with full-time jobs who can’t take time away from work.

  • What if I need more time in rehab than the program offers?

    Our IOP is 90 days and our PHP is 30 days, but they’re not set in stone. Our center prides itself on being accommodating, meaning if you require more or even less time in our programs, our team can be flexible and adjust our treatments for you. We understand that recovery looks different for everyone, and one patient’s recovery may take more or less time and intensive care than yours. When you call us to begin the admission process, we can discuss this option with you at length.

  • Can family members be involved in treatment?

    We know how important family is when it comes to the recovery process. When patients are surrounded and supported by family members and loved ones who genuinely care about their health and well-being, recovery can be more effective. Among our therapy options is family counseling, and we also have resources available for family members who want to learn how to create a safe environment for their loved ones.

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