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Recovering from addiction at home isn’t easy, as you’re surrounded by so many relapse cues. Residential drug and alcohol treatment programs allow you to get the help you need in a safe, structured, and protected space that is free from temptation.Start here with a free call
Often, the first step on the continuum of addiction care is medical detox. We offer medical detox services that involve 24-hour care, supervision, and monitoring to ensure your safety and comfort during alcohol or drug withdrawal.Learn More
Inpatient rehab involves living at one of our beautiful facilities for the duration of your program—often between 30 and 90 days. You receive an individualized treatment plan, benefit from a highly structured routine, and are able to focus on recovery in a peaceful setting away from your everyday triggering environment.Learn More
Outpatient rehab offers flexibility while recovering from an addiction. You can live at home and attend therapy and counseling during the day while continuing to work, attend school, or meet other responsibilities.Learn More
Addiction recovery is a lifelong process that doesn’t end once you complete your program. Successful recovery often requires aftercare and ongoing support in the form of step-down care, support groups, individual therapy, MAT, and more. Our treatment team collaborates with you to create an aftercare plan that’s right for you.Learn More
Your care team will meet you when you arrive and lead you to a private area for check-in.
We'll ask you questions about your drug use, medical history, preferences, and previous experiences with treatment. You'll have time to ask about the program and your treatment schedule.
You'll spend all day focused on your recovery. Individual therapy, group therapy, educational sessions, and more will help you learn more about why drugs and alcohol have such a hold on you and what you can do to break your habit.
We'll nourish your body with delicious food and offer recreational opportunities to help you find the joy of sober life.
Your treatment won't stop when you leave the residential treatment facility. Ongoing care will support your recovery, improving your long-term outcomes.You'll connect with counselors for ongoing sessions, and you might keep taking medications to help you combat cravings and relapse risks.
You won't be alone as you begin your new life outside treatment.
Boca recovery helped my best friend with her alcohol treatment in so many ways. She was treated with the most respect during this tough time in her life. She raved about the medical team & all of the wonderful techs. I’m thankful to Boca for helping her to become the woman she is today.
Jenn Alley - Friend of Patient
Boca Recovery Center is by far the best drug & alcohol treatment center I have ever experienced. I was treated by genuine, caring, & competent staff and truly felt set up for success by the time I left. I am truly grateful for the care I received while there.
Courtney Estelle - Patient
I went into this place, scared as hell. I wanted to leave 5 minutes after I got there. I was in a new state and alone. They was very understanding and open to whatever it took to make me comfortable. I'm 3 months clean now and very committed to my sobriety. Mentally I've came farther in 3 months than I even thought possible. I would have never made this far, had I not started at Boca Recovery.
Kenneth P - Patient
I had a wonderful experience here. The staff is fantastic! They actually care about you want want you to get better. I would recommend Boca for anyone struggling with their sobriety and is seeking help. I traveled all the way from California to Boca and it was well worth it.
Peter L - Patient
This place absolutely saved my life. When I thought I had no way to get better I came in contact with Boca Recovery Center. From detox to residential this place is amazing. I now have 1 yrs 4 months and 26 days clean and having a baby in five weeks....there is no way I would be able to say that without the help of Boca Recovery Center.
Heather K - Patient
Sobriety is your focus during your time in a residential drug and alcohol program. You'll use the following tools to help you recover.
This is your first step in a residential program. Doctors will provide medications to help you stop using drugs or alcohol without experiencing life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. When this phase ends, you'll be sober.
While medical detox can help you get sober, maintenance medications can help you maintain sobriety. Prescription therapies can correct chemical imbalances that lead to drug cravings, and these medications can make a big difference for some addictions.
Counseling is at the center of your days during residential programs. Your therapy team may use cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
Many people use drugs or alcohol to self-medicate underlying mental health issues like depression or anxiety. A dual-diagnosis approach involves using therapy and medications to address these mental health issues too.
Residential drug and alcohol treatment promotes a stronger relationship between patients and counselors. This unique rapport allows for significantly better treatment outcomes and ongoing sobriety. Your family might join counseling sessions with you to help support your recovery.
Your treatment program doesn't end when you move out of the residential program. You'll be connected with tools and support services, such as local counselors or medication management programs near you. Connection with support groups may help too.
We’ve helped over 6,000 patients fight and overcome their addiction and we truly understand the level of care needed to achieve long-term sobriety.
We have some of the best medical directors that focus on creating customizable treatment plans to help patients overcome addiction
Our industry accreditations put us as the top 10% of rehabs in the U.S.
Most major insurance carriers cover addiction treatment. We will work with your provider to get you the maximum possible coverage for your care.
Patients with limited or no insurance may need to secure private financing. We can help put you in touch with third-party lenders and explore other options if needed.
The cost of addiction treatment varies depending on the treatment setting, length of the program, insurance coverage, and more. Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce the cost of drug and alcohol rehab, including payment plans, using insurance, and financial aid.
Yes, Boca Recovery Center accepts most major insurance providers and plans. Contact us to verify your coverage and to make sure you get the most out of your insurance.
Yes, Boca Recovery Center offers financial assistance, such as financial aid, flexible payment plans, and rehab scholarships.
Boca Recovery Center offers financial scholarships to cover the cost of rehab. You can also apply for rehab scholarships through third-party organizations, such as 10,000 Beds.
Yes, you can attend drug rehab without insurance coverage. We aim to increase treatment access for those who need it by offering a variety of flexible financing options.