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4110 Davie Road Extension, Hollywood, FL 33024

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Great experience ! Loved the staff. Loved the detox unit!! Very comfortable place that helps one feel safe. They are very responsive to the needs of the client. Oh and great food !! My only negative experience is that after 28 days in residential they abruply stopped taking Blue Cross insurance. So I couldn't continue treatment with Recovery First.
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Alcohol is highly addictive and both overdose and withdrawal can be lethal. Medically supervised detox is often necessary. Individual and group therapy are often necessary during recovery.

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Marijuana abuse can trigger or exacerbate mental illness and is best treated through therapeutic techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy.

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Tobacco addiction is best treated through therapy, possibly with the use of prescription drugs and nicotine patches.

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Psychedelics and Dissociatives

Psychedelics can trigger or exacerbate mental illness and abuse is best treated with therapy. Dissociatives can be life threatening and may require medical detox.

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Opioid withdrawals and overdoses can be lethal and, like alcohol, often require medically supervised detox.

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Stimulants like meth and cocaine are highly addictive and can have lethal overdoses. Medical detox is often necessary and rehab is integral to the process.

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Sedatives and Benzos

Sedative abuse is typically treated by tapering the dose under medical supervision along with therapy.

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Inhalant abuse is typically treated using therapeutic techniques.

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