Addiction Treatment Admissions 24/7 365 Days
Florida addiction admissions are accepted 7 days a week, 24-hours a day by calling 855-467-3625. If you are having a medical emergency, please go to the nearest Emergency Room or call 911.
At Simple Path Recovery, we strive to make getting addiction help as easy as possible so you may begin the "path" to recovery. Our length of stay is based on the client’s progress in treatment and is not insurance driven. Clients' length of stay is a clinical decision determined by our licensed clinical team. Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3.
Our admissions team will work with you over the phone to complete the pre-admission assessment. This is a brief clinical evaluation of your addiction history (i.e. drug of choice, quantities and patterns) and medical history.
To expedite the admissions process, we will quickly collect your insurance information and expedite the verification of benefits process. Once we verify your insurance benefits and walk you through co-pay and payment options.
The admissions team will stay in contact with you and/or your family to ensure the Florida addiction treatment admission process runs smoothly. We will remain in close contact with you every step of the way until your arrival. Once arrived at Simple Path Recovery, our staff will greet you and walk you through the intake and orientation process.
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Simple Path Recovery – Phases of Addiction Treatment
Drug Rehab in Florida is most effective when clients (and their families) make a long-term pledge to get sober and develop a healthy lifestyle. Addiction didn’t happen overnight, and it doesn’t go into remission quickly. It takes time, practice, and your ability to be teachable – You just have to take the first step Today!
Simple Path Recovery offers several levels of care at our Florida recovery center for clients suffering from substance use disorder (SUD). We also recognize that everyone can be a different stage of addiction, which can differ from mild to severe. While some people are high-operating addicts living a somewhat normal life, others have destructive addiction problems that can diminish their ability to go to school or keep a job. Both clients need assistance, but at a different level. Moreover, some clients may need Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) under appropriate medical guidelines.
The point is that no two clients are precisely the same. We’ll pay attention to the details in order to individualize your drug rehab treatment.
Our levels of care include: